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Researchers at Boston University claim that they have created a new, more deadly COVID strain in their lab

Boston University researchers claim to have created a new COVID strain with an 80% kill rate. This is a result of similar experiments that were first believed to have caused the global pandemic in China. According to the university, Omicron was combined with the original Wuhan virus, which killed 80% of infected mice. Mice only …

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NIH study: Chemical hair-straightening may increase uterine cancer risk

A new National Institutes of Health study has found a link between uterine cancer and chemical hair-straightening product use. This suggests that more frequent users might be at greater risk. The study was published Monday. It tracked 33,947 women of different races between 35 and 74 years for an average of about 11 years. The …

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A study has shown that taking a break from the news can help improve your mental health

An inundation of negative news, such as shootings, inflation, natural catastrophes, and political turmoil, can be overwhelming. A new study out of Spain has confirmed the negative effects that constant news cycles can have on our health. Researchers looked into how people managed anxiety and depression during the pandemic. They found that taking breaks from …

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Study finds that nearly one in five Americans with diabetes use insulin to save money

Research published Monday shows that insulin costs are still a major barrier for many Americans suffering from diabetes, according to research. The Annals of Internal Medicine revealed that nearly one in five Americans with diabetes in the United States in 2021 either delayed, skipped, or used less insulin to save money. This is 16.5% of …

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