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LOW SOCIAL STATUS AND HEALTH
Climbing the social ladder can strengthen your immune system, monkey study suggests
A low social status has an impact on the body - it can raise one's risk of heart disease, diabetes and mental health problems.
SEX PILL FOR MOUNTAIN CLIMBING
South Korea scandal: Can Viagra help with high-altitude sickness?
Some climbers have used Viagra to avoid altitude sickness, though the drug is normally associated with erectile dysfunction.
FOOD MARKETING AFFECTS KIDS
How food advertisements sway pre-schoolers' eating habits
Young children eat even when they are not hungry, after viewing TV ads for unhealthy snacks.
ZIKA FRENZY ENDS
WHO declares end of Zika emergency but says virus remains a threat
The mosquito-borne Zika virus no longer constitutes a global health threat.