Health news roundup: June 27

More health-related news from around the web: From the Globe and Mail, two soon-to-be-published long-term studies show that running could

More health-related news from around the web:

From the Globe and Mail, two soon-to-be-published long-term studies show that running could actually be good for your knees.

A UK study suggests that women who are depressed during pregnancy aremore likely to have babies with slower than average development,according to the BBC.

From Telegraph.co.uk, an event at the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena—combining hypnotherapy and neurolinguistic programming with an acrobatic adventure course—that aims to cure participants of their fear of heights.

And the UK-based Institute of Food Research has released a study showing that almonds have prebiotic properties that can raise levels of beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract.

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