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Stress bad for the heart: study


Scientists have long known that stressed people are at higher risk of heart attacks and strokes, but they've never known exactly why.

Watching violent TV alters your brain

Men's Health

US researchers say young adult men who watch violent TV shows have less mature brain development and poorer executive functioning, such as the ability to problem solve or make plans and decisions.

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Hydro-Man ChallengeFaces of fatherhoodA UK photographer has captured the reactions of new dads moments after the birth of their children.

Expert Advice

Men warned not to leave it late to have kidsResearchers are warning that men who conceive later have a greater risk of infertility problems, as well as having a child with autism or schizophrenia.

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