On the Move! Watch Prince Louis Show Off His Walking Skills

Growing up fast! Prince Louis celebrated his first birthday last month and proved that he’s already mastered one major milestone — walking. The little one showed off his fancy footwork on Sunday, May 19, while visiting the garden that his mom, Duchess Kate, designed at the Chelsea Flower Show. He and his older siblings, Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, […]

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Prince Harry Spills The Beans On Sleep Deprivation & Bliss Of Becoming A Father

The wait is finally over, and the newest royal has marked his arrival in the world! Prince Harry has officially been titled as a dad now. It’s been just a couple of days since the little one came out of his mother’s belly, but like any other new-born, he has already started giving sleepless nights to the first-time parents. Though, […]

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Caution: Grapefruit juice may impose risk on patients with long QT syndrome

Grapefruit juice is already listed as a substance to avoid when taking QT-prolonging medications because it increases the toxicity of many drugs. Investigators have now confirmed the QT-prolonging effects of grapefruit juice in a new study and call for a stronger warning to patients who are taking QT-prolonging drugs or who have long QT syndrome because of the potential risk. […]

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And The Bachelor’s Lauren Bushnell’s Thoughts on the Keto Diet Are…

Lauren Bushnell Opens a New Window. truly knows that every rose has its thorn — and that goes for diets as much as relationships. Speaking to Us Weekly at Rails’ first ever pop-up at The Grove Opens a New Window. on Saturday, April 20 (which is open through April 30), the Bachelor Opens a New Window. alum shared her thoughts […]

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Testosterone and cortisol modulate the effects of empathy on aggression in children

Researchers at the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country have explored the psychobiological mechanisms that may exist behind aggressive behaviour in children. The study, which included 139 eight-year-old children, has concluded that low levels of testosterone and high levels of empathy may explain the low levels of aggressive behaviour in girls; low levels of empathy and high levels of cortisol may […]

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Half of patients on statins fail to reach ‘healthy’ cholesterol level after 2 years

Half of patients prescribed statins in primary care fail to reach ‘healthy’ cholesterol levels after two years of treatment with these drugs, reveals research published online in the journal Heart. The findings back up those of previous studies, and highlight the need for personalised medicine to tackle high cholesterol and lower the significantly increased risks of future heart disease and […]

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74-Year-Old Man Develops Huge White Bump on His Eyeball Following Surgery

After a mass grew on his right eyeball for six months, a 74-year-old man was diagnosed with a corneal keloid, according to a new report in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology. The man had previously had cataract surgery, and he ended up in an ocular oncology clinic after the mass grew to 10 by 10 millimeters. In the report, the mass […]

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