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The Formosa Plastics Group (台塑集團), the Wang Jan-Yang Charitable Trust (WJYTRUST) and the Taiwanese Osteoporosis Association are cooperating to promote research on five groups at high risk for osteoporosis, according to a press release of the WJYTRUST.
2015/5/10
A new study suggests the measles shot comes with a bonus: By preventing that disease, the vaccine may also help your body fight off other illnesses for years.
2015/5/9
Ireland's growing weight problem is linked to a range of causes including generations of over-eating following historic poverty, experts said Thursday, after a study indicated it would become one of Europe's fattest nations.
2015/5/8
A new study by Taiwan scientists has discovered that gold-plated onion cells can be used to make artificial muscles, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday.
2015/5/8
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If Tom Schneider has his way, the image of chubby, pasty children hunkered down in front of their computers or personal devices will become a thing of the past.
2015/5/5
Your employer may one day help determine if your genes are why your jeans have become too snug.
2015/4/30
Women who are obese while pregnant may put their offspring at risk of childhood diabetes, a condition that requires lifelong insulin therapy, Swedish researchers said Tuesday.
2015/4/29
Some two million U.S. high school students tried e-cigarettes last year, a rate that tripled in just one year, U.S. health authorities said Thursday.
2015/4/18
The brain ages just like the rest of a body, says a new report that urges seniors to take steps to keep sharp.
2015/4/16
People who are obese in middle age run a lower risk of developing dementia later, said a large and long-term study Friday whose findings challenge the prevailing wisdom.
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