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During Pregnancy, a Fake ‘Infection’ Protects the Fetus

Cells in the placenta have an unusual trick for activating gentle immune defenses and keeping them turned on when no infection is present. It involves crafting and deploying a fake virus. When you were a child, it seemed like an ingenious plan: Splash hot water on your face and stagger into the kitchen, letting out…
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Skin Diseases Can Cause Profound Sleep Issues That Make It Hard to Function

For people with skin diseases such as atopic dermatitis (eczema), psoriasis, and acne, symptoms such as itchiness and tenderness can make a good night’s rest elusive. And things go downhill from there. A large new study based on surveys with skin disease patients in 20 countries discovered that more than 40 percent cope with sleep disturbances that often have…
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Common Types of Colds

Common cold viruses include rhinoviruses, adenoviruses, human parainfluenza virus, and respiratory syncytial virus. Most resolve on their own with rest and over-the-counter medications. The average adult gets a cold 2–4 times every year. One reason this mild type of infection is so common is that hundreds of viruses can lead to it. More than 200 different…
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Study: Your Voice May Reveal If You Have Type 2 Diabetes

The most common and accurate way to diagnose diabetes, including prediabetes and type 2, is through blood tests. However, a new study suggests that type 2 diabetes could also be detected in a person’s voice. Researchers from Klick Labs have created an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that can determine if a person has type 2 diabetes using just six to…
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Cancer Prevention: 8 Lifestyle Changes To Reduce the Risk Of Cancer

Cancer, a complex and pervasive disease, affects millions of lives worldwide. While certain risk factors for cancer, such as genetics and environmental exposure, are beyond an individual's control, numerous lifestyle and behavioral changes can significantly reduce the likelihood of developing cancer. This article explores these changes, providing valuable insights into how individuals can modify their…
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