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'Red-hair' Gene Raises Skin Cancer Risk
MNT—Researchers determined that the MC1R gene not only increases risk for skin cancer related to sun exposure, but also increases the risk for tumors that are not related to sun damage. According to one of the study's lead researchers, "people with only a single copy of the gene variant still have a much higher number of tumor mutations than the rest of the population."
ScienceDaily—Results of a recent study published in the journal Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics show that a new visual field test can detect vision loss related to glaucoma up to 4 years sooner. Glaucoma damages the optic nerve, resulting in irreversible vision loss. It often causes no symptoms in its early stages.
CBS News—While interesting, the results of a recent study did not prove a cause-effect relationship between drinking water and losing weight. People who are overweight may eat when they are actually thirsty and drinking water may help people feel more full, so they eat less.
Berkeley Wellness—You know you should slather on sunscreen to shield your skin from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. But many products don't deliver the protection their labels promise, according to the latest tests by Consumer Reports. The organization tested 65 sunscreens-both sprays and lotions-claiming to have a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30, the minimum amount recommended by the American Academy of Dermatology.
Health After 50—Your feet don't always get the respect they deserve. And unless they're causing you pain, you may not even think about regular care. Here's how to keep them comfortable and in top shape:
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