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Зеленый чай может помочь в разработке новых лекарств против рака http://healthvesti.com/news/201418649/zelenyj-chaj-mozhet-pomoch-v-razrabotke-novyx-lekarstv-protiv-raka.html

Could chilling out save your life?

How we deal with stress has a major effect on our lifespan -- and researchers say learning to deal with it more effectively could even increase how long we live: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2600004/Could-chilling-save-life-Researchers-say-cutting-slack-help-people-live-longer.html

Could blue lights replace a daily cup of coffee?

Hmmm... "Could blue lights replace a daily cup of coffee? Scientists claim they could be more effective at keeping you alert than caffeine"

The six tongue exercises that can CURE snoring:

The six tongue exercises that can CURE snoring: #DailyMail | See this & more at: http://twodaysnewstand.weebly.com/mail-onlinecom

Spending time with horses can make teenagers less stressed, study reveals

Spending time with horses can make teenagers less stressed. Research conducted at Washington State University http://lifeslearning.org/ Twitter: @ sapelskog https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lifes-Learning-for-Counselors/1385843855036156

Blood test for depression that can speed up treatment unveiled

Around one in five Britons experiences depression at some point during their lives, with between eight and 12 per cent experiencing at least one bout a year http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2755687/Blood-test-depression-speed-treatment-unveiled-scientists-discover-spike-certain-chemicals-bouts-severe-gloominess.html

Forget five a day, we should eat SEVEN a day for a long life

"The clear message here is that the more fruit and vegetables you eat, the less likely you are to die at any age. Vegetables have a larger effect than fruit, but fruit still makes a real difference"

Menopause? It can change your life for the better, say experts

New Viagra PLASTER could work in just minutes

The patch could slash the time the drug takes to work to a matter of minutes and increase the length of time it is effective for, say the researchers from King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia.