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Living Near Loud, Busy Roads Can Increase Alzheimer’s Risk by Over 25%

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ODENSE, Denmark —According to new research, noise pollution can significantly increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists say road and railway traffic alone accounts for an astonishing one-in-seven dementia cases. Constant racket from cars, buses, and trains, as well as dirty air, speeds up the brain’s decline. This leads to the conclusion that people…

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Plastic Snow? Study Finds Trillions of Plastic Particles Fall on the Swiss Alps Every Year

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DÜBENDORF, Switzerland — For those who love to catch the fresh falling snow on their tongues, beware, that might actually be plastic falling from the sky! Researchers from Switzerland, Austria, and the Netherlands estimate that close to 43 trillion miniature plastic particles land in Switzerland every year. The research focused on determining just how much plastic…

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Online ‘sextortion’ Rising During Pandemic: Men Twice As Likely to Receive Blackmail Threats

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MIAMI — More people are being sexually blackmailed online during the pandemic, a new study warns. Researchers add that men are the number one targets of these crimes — threatening to publish explicit images or videos of the victim, a cybercrime called sextortion. Other groups, including young people, black women, and members of the LGBTQ…

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Less Sugar May Actually Help Muscles Repair Themselves

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TOKYO, Japan — Blood sugar, or glucose, is usually an essential ingredient in cellular growth. However, a recent study finds having less sugar in the blood may actually help muscles repair themselves faster. Researchers in Japan say the cause of this connects to the behavior of a special type of stem cell which doesn’t seem to…

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