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How females select their sexual partners is a matter of more than passing concern to a large number of males.
Cesarean births have increased during the last thirty years, especially with mothers from the social and economic middle class.
According to UK government statistics over 8 million working days per year are lost due to illness and about a third of these are due to minor ailments such as coughs, colds, sickness and diarrhea.
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is characterized by unexplained and debilitating tiredness and is associated with headaches, disrupted sleep, muscle pain and difficulty in concentrating.
Pregnancy is meant to be a joyous time however some women experience overwhelming 'baby blues' before the birth of their child.
Going to college to earn an advanced degree could keep you healthier in the long run, according to a new study that had discovered a link between education and lower blood pressure.
It is well known that sunbathing increases the risk of skin cancer and that this risk is increased in people with a family history of melanoma.
Crested gibbons (genus Nomascus) live in dense Asian rainforest, specifically in China, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, and, because of their environment, they communicate with other gibbons by singing.
Binge drinking is often considered to be a problem of towns and cities but new research published in BioMed Central's open access journal BMC Public Health shows that binge drinking in rural areas is more of a problem than previously thought.
It can be hard to get noticed when you're a little chick in a big colony, but new research published in BioMed Central's open access journal BMC Ecology reveals that baby birds in need of a feed have individual ways of letting their parents know.
- The practice of two or more parties jointly purchasing all or part of a butchered cow and dividing the meat between them.