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One study says you may increase your risk for depression.
US scientists exposed hamsters to dim light at night and found -- symptoms were strikingly similar to depress people.
They say artificial light from electronics could play a big role in an increase of depression.
Having children later in life they reduce a woman's risk of cancer a new US study finds that women who gave birth after age forty.
Less likely to develop endometrial cancer than those who have children in their twenties.
Women who become mothers in their thirties also had a lower risk.
And next time you reach for a sports drink plan on doing a little more Carty oh.
Oxford researchers say most popular brands can actually reversed the health benefits of exercise.
At an average of 300 calories a bottle it would require more than thirty extra minutes on the treadmill to burn off.
Some sports drinks do have lower calories but experts advise sticking to water.
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