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If an unhealthy gut is the most important factor in understanding the trigger for many diseases, the state of our gums runs it a close second. In a new study, gum disease has been linked to rheumatoid arthritis (RA), the chronic inflammatory disease that affects joints.
Many health problems seem to have their origins in the gut—and that even goes for depression and anxiety, new research suggests.
Every second person seems to have a tattoo these days—but instead of checking out the best designs, you should make sure your immune system is healthy first. A tattoo can trigger health problems in those whose immunity is compromised, a new report has discovered.
One in three prescription drugs that people take every day can cause depression and increase the risk of suicide—and yet nobody seems to be aware of the dangers, a new study has found.
One in every five deaths among young adults in the US is caused by opioid painkillers, a new study has discovered. The drugs' death toll has tripled in the past few years alone
Heart disease is still the biggest killer in the West—and loneliness could be one of its biggest causes, a new study has discovered.