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(RNN) - When two French physicists proclaimed last month that they had found a cause and cure for dyslexia the story went viral and cries of outrage soon followed.
WASHINGTON -- Last year, Indiana University researcher Michael Hendryx published the latest in a series of studies he’s done concluding people living near mountaintop coal mining sites are sicker than those residing elsewhere in Appalachia.
Up to one-third of the world's dementia cases could be prevented by addressing factors such as education, hypertension, diet, hearing loss and depression over the course of a person's lifetime, according to a new report presented Thursday at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in London.
A new study claims to have found a connection between drinking diet soda and being at higher risk of developing dementia and stroke. However, the study's author is calling for more research to be done.
Calorie counting is a useful way to lose weight, but a new study suggests a fitness tracker could sabotage your efforts.
Asteroids are a dime a dozen, astronomically speaking. These small rocky shards from the formation of our solar system whiz harmlessly past Earth several times a week. About once a year, a car-size asteroid hits the atmosphere and flames out.