Traffic Noise Pollution Can Contribute To Cardiovascular Risk – Study

Latest study of more than 50,000 people, about the effects of traffic noise pollution, it has found a ‘clear relationship’ between noise and heart attacks, reports journal PLoS ONE.

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Emotional Stress Of Losing A Loved One Can Subject Grieving Persons More Vulnerable To Infections

Emotional Stress Of Losing A Loved One Can Weaken Body’s Immune System & Reduce The Ability To Fight Off Infections.

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A Woman With A Stressful Early Pregnancy Lowers The Odds Of Delivering A Baby Boy

A would be mother experiencing a stressful early pregnancy could either lower the odds for delivering a baby boy or raises the risk for a premature delivery.

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Women Who Worry A Lot Are Less Likely To Give Birth To Baby Boys

Under stress women are more likely to have baby girls than boys, experts say.
Prospective parents hoping to have a son and heir should just relax and worried women are less likely to give birth to baby boys as research suggests.

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