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Vigorous Exercise Changes Genes in Body not to Grow Fat

Vigorous Exercise Changes Genes in Body not to Grow FatSwedish scientists have come with findings about how vigorous exercise is related with benefits for the body. They found that exercise changes how fat is stored in the first place. The action of genes, involved in laying down fat and the development of obesity, are changed by regular exercises, such as cycling or aerobics, over a period of six months.

Losing Teeth Related to Memory Loss

Losing Teeth Related to Memory LossAccording to a research published in the European Journal of Oral Sciences, losing teeth is related to memory loss.

A group of researchers from the Umea University and Stockholm University in Norway and Sweden have explained that sensory impulses are created with the movements due to jaw and teeth. These movements ate then passed to the brain that further helps in retrieving memory.

Bariatric Surgery Beneficial for Morbidly Obese People

Bariatric-Surgery-Obese-PeopleBariatric surgery is one of the best options to treat severe obesity. A team of surgeons in Goteborg, Sweden, has said that benefits of bariatric surgery are long term.

Exposure to Microbes from Parents’ Saliva Helps Children Fight Allergies

Exposure to Microbes from Parents’ Saliva Helps Children Fight AllergiesA panel of researchers at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden has discovered in a latest study that the parents, who clean their children's pacifiers by sucking them, make them less vulnerable to development of allergic conditions.

Mammogram predicts Efficacy of Breast Cancer Treatment Drug

Mammogram predicts Efficacy of Breast Cancer Treatment DrugAccording to a research carried out by a group of researchers from the Karolinska Institute, Sweden, it has been revealed that mammograms can be put into use to know the efficacy of the drug tamoxifen among breast cancer patients.

Study Ties Vitamin C Supplements to Increased Risks of Kidney Stones in Men

Study Ties Vitamin C Supplements to Increased Risks of Kidney Stones in MenA new study has linked vitamin C supplements to men's kidney stones.

Above are the findings of a Swedish study, which was run by experts over more than 22,000 men. The findings of the study say (according to researchers) men, who have a higher intake of vitamin C supplements have been noticed to be at higher-than-average risks of developing kidney stones.

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