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Study: With acne, you’re at increased risk of depression and anxiety – Insider – INSIDER

A study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, found that having acne was linked to a risk of depression and anxiety. Previous research has not shown a link, though doctors and patients have always known there was one, the researchers said. The study found that adults with acne were more likely… Read More »

Imposing lockdown sooner could have prevented 2,000 coronavirus deaths in Scotland, study finds

Could 26,000 lives have been saved if Britain imposed coronavirus lockdown two weeks earlier? Introducing strict measures sooner may have prevented 80% of COVID-19 deaths, experts say Eight out of 10 coronavirus deaths in Scotland alone could have been prevented University of Edinburgh researchers said it would’ve had ‘similar’ effect on UK This suggests that… Read More »

How Effective Are Cherries for Gout? (STUDY)

A study has revealed that gout sufferers eating cherries for a 2 day period exhibited a 35 percent reduced risk of gout attacks in comparison to people who didn’t eat cherries. Prior studies report that there are 8.3 million adult gout sufferers within the U.S., an inflammatory arthritis caused by a crystallization of uric acid… Read More »

Sugar-Rich Diets Have Negative Impact on Health Independent of Obesity: Study

High calorie and sugar food. (Photo credits: Unsplash.com) London, March 22: Researchers have found that consuming high sugar diets has a negative impact on the health of individuals independent of the body-weight of the people. Sugar-rich diets have a negative impact on health independent of obesity, as per a new study led by the MRC… Read More »

Blood Type May Affect COVID-19 Risk: Study

A person’s blood type may affect their risk for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, researchers report. They analyzed blood samples from nearly 2,200 COVID-19 patients in China and tens of thousands of healthy people, and found those with A blood types had a significantly higher risk of COVID-19 while those with O… Read More »