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Congo starts first-ever trial testing Ebola drugs
Congo has begun the first-ever trial to test the effectiveness and safety of four experimental Ebola drugs, the first time scientists have directly compared such treatments, the World Health Organization said Monday.

Sperm count 50% lower in sons of fathers who smoke
Studies have repeatedly linked maternal smoking during pregnancy with reduced sperm counts in male offspring. Now a research team at Lund University in Sweden has discovered that, independently of nicotine exposure from the mother, men whose fathers smoked at…

Scientists in China Claim First Gene-Edited Babies
He Jiankui of Shenzhen used a powerful new tool to alter the DNA of twin girls born this month in China.

Air pollution affects life expectancy worse than smoking, terrorism: Study
According to the new Air Quality Life Index (AQLI), developed by researchers at University of Chicago in the US, particulate air pollution cuts global average life expectancy by 1.8 years per person.

US Autism Rate Rises to 1 in 40 Children: Report
A new government study finds that roughly 1 in 40 American children has autism, a huge jump from the previous estimate of 1 in every 59 children.

Obesity Boosts Childhood Asthma Risk by 30 Percent
The wheezy lung disease asthma is yet one more problem linked to excess weight in childhood, a new study suggests.

Sexist men underestimate their power in romantic relationships
Heterosexual men with sexist attitudes may underestimate how much power they actually have in their romantic relationships, which could lead to increased aggression toward their female partners or wives, according to research published by the American Psychol…

Emotional suppression has negative outcomes on children
"Not in front of the kids." It's an age-old plea for parents to avoid showing conflict and strong negative emotions around their children.

Flu season is upon us, are you prepared? Fond du Lac County health experts say shot helps
The first confirmed cases of influenza are in, and health experts are pushing the flu vaccine as we head into peak months.

You're Likely To Choose Coffee Over Tea If You're More Sensitive To The Bitterness Of Caffeine
You’re Likely To Choose Coffee Over Tea If You’re More Sensitive To The Bitterness Of Caffeine. “People genetically pre-programmed to like coffee's bitterness learn to associate "good things with it." That people who are genetically predisposed to like more b…

Brave cancer mum's heartbreaking response every time son, 8, asks why she's crying
Emma Shaw, from Rothley, Leicestershire, is battling triple negative breast cancer and cries when she looks at her son, Theo

FOBT Colorectal Cancer Screening Only Effective in Men
Fecal occult blood tests to detect colorectal cancer led to survival benefits and treatment of reduced intensity in men, especially men with left-sided tumors, not in women, Finnish trial data indicate.

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