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Kashmira Gander

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Recent articles by Kashmira:

Is It Possible to 'Overdose' on Exercise? Yes, Warns Expert

American Heart Association fellow tells Newsweek that it is possible to have "too much of a 'good thing.'" → Read More

Gender Stereotype That Reading Is for Girls Linked to Worse Test Scores in Boys

Researchers quizzed over 1,500 fifth graders for their study. → Read More

How to Prepare for the Coronavirus: What to Buy Now in Case a Pandemic Is Declared, According to a Virologist

COVID-19 has killed over 3,000 people in more than 80,000 cases since an outbreak of the new coronavirus started last year. → Read More

Coronavirus Lockdown in Chinese City Led Young Boy to Stay Home With Dead Grandfather

Almost 3,000 people have died of the disease, now named COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus in South Korea Prompts Testing of Hundreds of Thousands of Fringe Church Members at Center of Outbreak

Almost 3,000 people have died of the new coronavirus, named COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus Outbreak Sees China Ban Trade and Consumption of Wild Animals

COVID-19 has killed over 2,000 people since late last year. → Read More

Colorado River Basin Is Drying Up in 'Potentially Catastrophic' Impact of Climate Change

The Colorado River supplies water to around 40 million people. → Read More

Recovered Coronavirus Patients Who Have Traces of COVID-19 in Their Bodies Could Infect Others, Doctor Warns

Over 2,000 people have been killed by the virus officially named COVID-19. → Read More

Chinese Scientists Raise Concerns Over Potential Link Between Coronavirus and Male Fertility

Over 75,000 cases and 2,000 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed since it emerged from China in late 2019. → Read More

Coronavirus May Be Spreading So Fast Because of Fecal Transmission, Scientists Say

COVID-19 has killed over 2,000 people since it emerged from the Chinese city of Wuhan late last year. → Read More

Coronavirus Update: WHO Confirms over 2,000 COVID-19 Fatalities as Two Quarantined Cruise Ship Passengers Die

The Diamond Princess passengers were taken to hospital after showing symptoms of the coronavirus. → Read More

Male Fertility Worsens With Age Just Like Women's, With a Man's Biological Clock Ticking Faster After 50

The study involved 1,506 couples struggling to conceive. → Read More

Eating a Big Breakfast and Small Dinner Could Stop You From Becoming Obese, Scientists Say

The study involved 16 men who stayed at a lab for three days. → Read More

Coronavirus Recoveries Overtake New COVID-19 Cases in China for the First Time, Health Officials Say

Professor Paul Digard of University of Edinburgh told Newsweek "this is excellent news." → Read More

Chemotherapy for Cancer Treatment Could Soon Be Unviable Because of Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs, Doctors Fear

At least 700,000 people die each year from drug-resistant infections. → Read More

Following a Mediterranean Diet Could Prevent Older People From Becoming Frail, Study Suggests

This is the latest study to find a link between the Mediterranean diet and good health. → Read More

Women Who Survive Domestic Abuse More Likely to Develop Heart Disease, Diabetes, Die of Any Cause

The study involved tens of thousands of women, including over 18,000 who experienced domestic abuse. → Read More

Bad Sleep and Overeating Linked in Women, Say Scientists Who Fear It Could Increase Risk of Heart Problems

The study involved over 500 women of a range of ages. → Read More

American Cruise Ship Passengers Tested Positive for Coronavirus During Evacuation From Quarantined Vessel

Hundreds of U.S. citizens were removed from the Diamond Princess cruise ship on Sunday. → Read More

Texas Man Accused of Hanging Puppy Out of Boredom

Claudio Gomez, a 21-year-old, shared a video of the incident on Facebook. → Read More