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Migraines Linked to Bacteria in the Mouth

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Migraine headaches can be debilitating and affect about 38 million people in the U.S. Although a number of migraine triggers have been identified, the exact cause of the painful headaches is unknown. Now, a new study has found that people who suffer from these painful headaches have high levels of a certain type of bacteria in their mouths.
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Migraines Linked to Bacteria
MNT—Migraine headaches can be debilitating and affect about 38 million people in the U.S. Although a number of migraine triggers have been identified, the exact cause of the painful headaches is unknown. Now, a new study has found that people who suffer from these painful headaches have high levels of a certain type of bacteria in their mouths.
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What Twitter Tells Us about Health
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According to a recent study, researchers may be able to use information from Twitter to improve public health. It seems people’s tweets may provide helpful insight into how healthy their lifestyles are.

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Smartphones Reduce Productivity
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The jury is in: constant connectivity impedes our ability to get things done. The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High Tech World, by neuroscientist, Dr. Adam Gazzaley and research psychologist and professor emeritus, Larry Rosen explains why our brains just cannot multitask the way many of us want.

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Heart Surgery Device Linked to Deadly Infection
Health After 50

An infection risk from medical devices used during open-heart surgery to warm or cool the patient’s blood during the procedure has prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a warning about the units.

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Berkeley Wellness—Drinking very hot beverages is "probably carcinogenic to humans," according to a new assessment by the World Health Organization.
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