Keeping your smartphone nearby may not be so smart 

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Experiments with groups of college students suggest that keeping your smartphone out of sight can make it easier to focus on demanding mental tasks.

Source: Keeping your smartphone nearby may not be so smart – Harvard Health Blog

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Why you really don’t want to ignore small health problems

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Something minor can develop into something chronic that’s harder to fix.

Source: Why you really don’t want to ignore small health problems

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How running is crucial to being human

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An academic who runs talks neuroscience and Rousseau — and dumps on treadmills.

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Scientists Find Another Reason to Load Up on Broccoli

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Source: Scientists Find Another Reason to Load Up on Broccoli

Broccoli is well-known for its cancer-fighting properties. Now scientists have discovered it can help fight type 2 diabetes as well.

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Costa Rica studies longevity of its centenarian citizens

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According to the National Institute of Statistics and Census, there are currently 626 centenarians living in Costa Rica.

Source: Costa Rica studies longevity of its centenarian citizens The Tico Times

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Can Coffee Help Your Live Longer? If so, I should make it well into my 90s.

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Two new studies tie coffee drinking to longevity.

Source: Can Coffee Help Your Live Longer?

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Rethinking good cholesterol. Not all HDL is created equal.

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Not all HDL is created equal.

Source: Rethinking good cholesterol – Harvard Health

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Getting to grips with longevity: The Economist.

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Ageing populations could be a boon rather than a curse. But for that to happen, a lot needs to change first, argues Sacha Nauta

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Study: Chemotherapy may spread cancer and trigger more aggressive tumours.

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Chemotherapy could allow cancer to spread, and trigger more aggressive tumours, a new study suggests.

Source: Chemotherapy may spread cancer and trigger more aggressive tumours, warn scientists 

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