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world oral health day.

  • On World Oral Health Day 2022, we are asking everyone to take meaningful action to help end the neglect of global oral health. This year, help us spread the word to encourage as many people as possibl

      20-Mar-2022
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World Leprosy Day

  • World Leprosy Day was established in 1954 by French journalist and activist, Raoul Follereau. Follereau created World Leprosy Day with two goals: to advocate for the equal treatment of

      30-Jan-2022
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World Leprosy Day

Wishing you the best year ever.

International day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking.

Happy world sickle cell day.

5th Surgical Outreach 2021

  • It's our 5th Surgical outreach, despite the economic situation of the country and deterioration of people's health, from diseases amenable to surgery like Lipoma, Hernia, Goitre, tooth decay,

      19-May-2021
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International no Diet Day

  • Days Of The Year Thu May 6th, 2021 No Diet Day Too long has health been associated with unrealistic body types and unhealthy, dangerous fad diets. No Diet Day has been pushed forward with the int

      06-May-2021
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International no Diet Day

  • Days Of The Year Thu May 6th, 2021 No Diet Day Too long has health been associated with unrealistic body types and unhealthy, dangerous fad diets. No Diet Day has been pushed forward with the int

      06-May-2021
      05:15:34am
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World Hand Hygiene Day

  • Make it a part of you in all you do.

      05-May-2021
      04:06:08pm
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World Hand Hygiene Day

World Asthma Day

  •   What Is Asthma?  Asthma is a chronic lung disorder that can make breathing difficult. It features narrow, inflamed airways (bronchial tubes). "Asthma" is an ancient Greek w

      04-May-2021
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Celebration of world Malaria Day . 25/04/2021

World Hemophilia Day

  • Hemophilia is usually an inherited bleeding disorder in which the blood does not clot properly. This can lead to spontaneous bleeding as well as bleeding following injuries or surgery. Blood cont

      17-Apr-2021
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World Chagas Disease Day.

  • 14 April is World Chagas Disease            Chagas disease, also known as "silent or silenced disease", affects mainly poor people without access to health c

      14-Apr-2021
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Happy world Health Day.

Happy National Doctor’s Day!

  • When there are tears, you are a shoulder. When there is pain, you are a medicine. When there is a tragedy, you are a hope. - Happy National Doctor’s Day!

      30-Mar-2021
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World Tuberculosis Day.

  •   Each year, World Tuberculosis (TB) Day commensurate on March 24 to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end

      24-Mar-2021
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World Water Day.

  • The theme of World Water Day 2021 is “Valuing Water” and has been chosen to highlight the value of water in our daily lives. “The value of water is about much more than its price &nd

      22-Mar-2021
      11:46:21am
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Down Syndrome

  • Did you know that Down Syndrome, is a disorder that occurs when there is a duplication of the twenty-first chromosome. It affects approximately 6,000 babies at birth every year? So on March 21—a

      20-Mar-2021
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DOWN SYSDROME DAY (MARCH 21)

  • WHY WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY IS IMPORTANT 1.       It promotes awareness: Down Syndrome effects approximately 400,000 families in the United States alone. World Down Sy

      20-Mar-2021
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BREAST FEEDING

  • The theme of World Breastfeeding Week 2020 is “Support breastfeeding for a healthier planet”. In line with this theme, WHO and UNICEF are calling on governments to protect and promote wome

      21-Aug-2020
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IMMUNIZATION

  • Your baby’s first shot Shortly after birth, your baby should receive the first dose of the vaccine to help protect against the following disease: Hepatitis B (HepB) (1st dose)

      05-Aug-2020
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IMMUNIZATION

  • Pregnancy & Vaccines Make sure you’re vaccinated Before pregnancy: MMR vaccine (get one month or more before pregnancy, unless you’re already protected) During pregnan

      05-Aug-2020
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IMMUNIZATION

  • Vaccine for your Children Why Vaccinate? On-time vaccination throughout childhood is essential because it helps provide immunity before children are exposed to potentially life-threatening disea

      05-Aug-2020
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IMMUNIZATION

  • National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM) is an annual observance held in August to highlight the importance of vaccination for people of all ages. Use these resources to assist you in communi

      05-Aug-2020
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IMMUNIZATION

  • What are the 6 months Shots? Vaccines at 6 Months Diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough (pertussis) (DTaP) (3rd dose) Haemophilus influenzae type b disease (Hib) (3rd dose)

      05-Aug-2020
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SUGAR MYTH

  • Medical myths: Does sugar make children hyperactive? Most parents are convinced that sugar causes hyperactivity in children. Surprisingly, scientific evidence does not back up this theory.  

      29-Jul-2020
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Covid 19

  • WHO Director-General's opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19 - 27 July 2020 Covid-19 is easily the most severe global health emergency ever declared by the World Health Organization

      29-Jul-2020
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COVID-19

  • WHO warns of an 'acceleration' of Covid-19 cases in Africa Experts are warning that coronavirus infection rates in several sub-Saharan countries are alarmingly high after the region was ini

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • A B C OF HEPATITIS HEPATITIS WEEK JUNE 28 T0 AUGUST 5, 2020 VISIT OUR FACILITY FOR CHECK UP AND FREE HETATITIS AND HIV INVESTIGATION . Hepatitis B and C Serology Liver function test

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • SYMPTOMS ASK OUR DOCTORS ABOUT THE RISK AND SYMPTOMS OF HEPATITIS ON FACEBOOK, WEBSITE, 08055196382 OR VISIT HOSPITAL  

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • HEPATITIS E Hepatitis E is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis E virus (HEV). HEV is found in the stool of an infected person. It is spread when someone unknowingly ingests the virus &nd

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • HEPATITIS D Hepatitis D, also known as “delta hepatitis,” is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis D virus (HDV). Hepatitis D only occurs in people who are also infected with t

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • HEPATITIS C Hepatitis C Testing Recommendations CDC now recommends one-time hepatitis C testing of all adults (18 years and older) and all pregnant women during every pregnancy. CDC continues to

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • HEPATITIS B (HBV) How is HBV transmitted? HBV is transmitted through activities that involve percutaneous (i.e., puncture through the skin) or mucosal contact with infectious blood or body fluid

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • Hepatitis A Outbreaks Ongoing - Widespread person-to-person outbreaks August 2016 – Frozen strawberries August 2016 – Raw scallops Hepatitis A Hepatitis A is a contagious li

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • CAUSES OF HEPATITIS Blood transfusion Sex from mother to child  

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • TYPES OF HEPATITIS Scientists have identified 5 unique hepatitis viruses, identified by the letters A, B, C, D, and E. While all cause liver disease, they vary in important ways. Hepatitis A vir

      29-Jul-2020
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SEPSIS IN WOMEN

  • https://www.georgeinstitute.org.au/media-releases/long-road-to-recovery-after-septic-shock-especially-for-women   SYDNEY, JULY 17 - New research from The George Institute has

      29-Jul-2020
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HEPATITIS

  • JUNE 28- World Hepatitis day

      29-Jul-2020
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July 28: World Hepatitis Day

  • Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that can cause a range of health problems and can be fatal. There are five main strains of the hepatitis virus, referred to as types A, B, C, D and E. While t

      29-Jul-2020
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DIALYSIS

  • Dialysis center and home hemodialysis comparison Use the following chart to help you choose between treatment in a dialysis center or at home. Dialysis Center and Home Hemodialysis C

      28-Jul-2020
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DIALYSIS

  • DIALYSIS SERVICES AVAILABLE HERE Day Time dialysis Night Time Dialysi

      28-Jul-2020
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COVID-19 Update: Daily Roundup July 27, 2020

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Daily Roundup July 27, 2020 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced the following actions taken in its ongoing response effort to the COVID-19 pandemic:

      28-Jul-2020
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DIALYSIS

  • What happens to my blood while it’s in the filter? Blood enters at one end of the filter and is forced into many, very thin, hollow fibers. As your blood passes through the hollow fibers,&nbs

      28-Jul-2020
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DIALYSIS- WHAT HAPPENS DURING A SESSION

  • What happens during haemodialysis? During hemodialysis, your blood goes through a filter, called a dialyzer, outside your body. A dialyzer is sometimes called an “artificial kidney.&rdqu

      28-Jul-2020
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DIALYSIS

  • What is Dialysis? Overview-Dialysis Contents Overview How it's performed Pros and cons Side effects Dialysis is a procedure to remove waste products and excess fluid fr

      28-Jul-2020
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COVID 19 HELP PROTECT YOURSELF

  • Help protect yourself and others against covid

      28-Jul-2020
      03:00:58pm
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Covid 19

  • COVID 19 This illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses. Note the spikes that adorn the outer surf

      28-Jul-2020
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Vegetarian heart health: Study identifies benefits and risks

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman  Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey The authors of a large, long term study conclude that pescatarianism and vegetarianism have an asso

      07-Sep-2019
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Heart attack risk higher in those who sleep too little or too much

  •   Published Wednesday 4 September 2019 By Catharine Paddock PhD  Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson The right amount of sleep is protective of heart health. This wa

      04-Sep-2019
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Plant-based diets tied to 23% lower diabetes risk

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson An extensive meta-analysis provides comprehensive evidence that consistently following a healthful, plant-

      23-Jul-2019
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Cardiovascular disease: 7 simple steps that lower future risk

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Paula Field Maintaining good cardiovascular health — as the American Heart Association define it — over an

      04-Jun-2019
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Can blueberries protect heart health?

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Tim Newman Fact checked by Jasmin Collier According to a new study, consuming 1 cup of blueberries each day might improve the metabolic markers as

      01-Jun-2019
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Are feminine hygiene products really necessary?

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Many people use so-called feminine hygiene products — such as intimate cleansers and wi

      31-May-2019
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Veganism: Why food choice can spark rage

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Vegetarianism and veganism are growing in popularity. In this Spotlight, we ask why these dietary choices can

      28-May-2019
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These 5 tropical plants may 'provide anticancer benefits'

  •   Published Today By David McNamee Fact checked by Jasmin Collier In a recent study, scientists identified several tropical plants that have anticancer properties. The Ban

      27-May-2019
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Weighing yourself every day could prevent weight gain

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New research tests a novel strategy for preventing holiday weight gain and proposes a psychological mec

      25-May-2019
      09:34:49am
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Weighing yourself every day could prevent weight gain

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New research tests a novel strategy for preventing holiday weight gain and proposes a psychological mec

      25-May-2019
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How a fruit compound may lower blood pressure

  •   Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Blueberries, red grapes, red wine, and peanuts are some of the natural sources of resveratrol — a

      24-May-2019
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How lack of sleep harms circulation

  • Published Friday 24 May 2019 By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Scientists have long been aware of the relationship between insufficient sleep and poor cardiova

      24-May-2019
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Brain study may explain why depression is more common in women

  • Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Researchers have scanned the brains of 115 participants and found that inflammation can lead to a loss of pleasure

      23-May-2019
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How fasting may prevent obesity-related insulin resistance

  •   Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New research adds to the mounting evidence that fasting may be helpful in the fight against obesity and its r

      23-May-2019
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Could gut bacteria explain the link between stress and autoimmune disease?

  • Published 1 hour ago By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New evidence could explain why stress is a risk factor for autoimmune disease. A recent study in mice re

      16-May-2019
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Too much dietary fat in the brain may impact mental health

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson People with obesity are often likely to develop depression as well, but the mechanisms at

      13-May-2019
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DIALYSIS

  • Center of Excellence for Renal Transplant has been established with an aim to bring world class facilities and the highest standards of medical care at an affordable rate. The center is equipped with

      16-Apr-2019
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Breast cancer: Does stress fuel its spread?

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier New research in mouse models shows that stress hormones can help breast cancer grow, spread, and diversify, w

      16-Mar-2019
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Avocado seeds may have anti-inflammatory properties

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey One of the most popular foods in recent years, avocados are rich in vitamins and minerals and a great source

      15-Mar-2019
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93 percent of medications contain 'potential allergens'

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey According to a recent study, many of the medicine ingredients that people consider to be inactive may, in fact

      15-Mar-2019
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Is there a link between stroke and changes in gut bacteria?

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio New research investigates whether a stroke can affect the diversity of bacterial populations in the gut

      14-Mar-2019
      02:11:57pm
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Could sleep apnea be a risk factor for Alzheimer's?

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Lauren Sharkey Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey The majority of people with sleep apnea do not receive a diagnosis. However, brain scans have revealed th

      11-Mar-2019
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Can we heal wounds by printing skin?

  •   Published Today By Monica Beyer Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Printing layers of skin to help treat chronic wounds or burns may be on the horizon, thanks to a newly developed

      11-Mar-2019
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Genes may contribute to marital satisfaction

  •   Published Thursday 8 March 2019 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Paula Field Genes may have a discernible impact on the quality of a marriage, according to a

      08-Mar-2019
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Pancreatic cancer: Two-hit treatment approach shows promise

  •   Published Tuesday 5 March 2019 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson It may be feasible to treat pancreatic cancer by using one drug to get the cancer

      06-Mar-2019
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Cocoa may help treat common MS symptom

  •   Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New research, which features in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, finds that

      05-Mar-2019
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Sleeping more on weekends does not make up for past sleep loss

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Whenever we sleep poorly throughout the week, we comfort ourselves with the thought that we will make u

      04-Mar-2019
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Working long hours increases depression risk in women

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Monica Beyer Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Women who clock 55 working hours or more every week might have a higher risk of depression. Also, working w

      04-Mar-2019
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Pollutants may speed up ALS progression

  • Published 2 hours ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson New research, appearing in the BMJ Journal of Neurology,suggests that various pollutants may not only rai

      02-Mar-2019
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How language shapes our brains...and our lives

  • Published 3 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Language and communication are as vital as food and water. We communicate to exchange information, build relation

      2019-02-22
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Bacteria living on insects could provide new antibiotics

  •   Published 1 hour ago By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Many antibiotics in use today came from bacteria that live in soil. Now, recent research revea

      20-Feb-2019
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New stem cells could be 'universally transplanted'

  • Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson Transplants are often a point of crisis, since there is a global shortage of donated organs, but also because there

      19-Feb-2019
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Ability to do push-ups may predict cardiovascular risk

  • Published 2 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio A new study suggests that the more pushups a man is able to complete, the lower his cardiovascular risk and

      19-Feb-2019
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Parkinson's: How stem cells can help repair the brain

  •   Published 1 hour ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier New research examines the potential of stem cell therapy in the replacement of damaged neurons in Parkin

      18-Feb-2019
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Exercise boosts well-being by improving gut health

  • Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Both bacterial diversity in the gut and regular exercise are important when it comes to health. But how are the tw

      16-Feb-2019
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How can estrogen help control type 2 diabetes?

  •   Published 1 hour ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio New research finds that estrogen improves insulin sensitivity and details the mechanism behind this

      15-Feb-2019
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How music motivates the brain to learn

  • Published 2 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Humans have been making, listening, and dancing to music since time immemorial, and this art can easily soothe or

      2019-02-15
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Breast cancer: Cut down on alcohol to lower risk

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New research involving Australian women aged 45 years and over found that the majority of this cohort b

      2019-02-04
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New drug shows promise against several aggressive cancers

  • Published 3 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey A new phase I/II open-label, dose-escalation trial has recently tested the effectiveness of a "Trojan horse&

      13-Feb-2019
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Researchers discover almost 2,000 new gut bacteria

  • Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson According to numerous recent studies, human gut bacterial populations are capable of influencing various aspects of

      12-Feb-2019
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Does the birth control pill stop you from recognizing emotions?

  • Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New research that features in the journal Frontiers in Neuroscience suggests that women who use oral contrace

      12-Feb-2019
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Weight loss: How important is eating breakfast?

  • Published today By Chiara Townley Fact checked by Jasmin Collier One new study finds no evidence to suggest that eating the first meal of the day may help with weight loss. How import

      11-Feb-2019
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Diabetes: Could a pill replace insulin injections?

  •   Published By Yella Hewings-Martin PhD Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Researchers have developed a new pill that can deliver insulin straight into the stomach wall. Will in

      11-Feb-2019
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Exercise caution when lifting heavy loads/Proper way of Lifting Loads

  • Published   Photo: Ian Palmer In 2011, the back was the body part involved in the largest percentage of injuries involving days away from work, according to the 2014 edition of the N

      2019-02-09
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Just 8 weeks of yoga benefit rheumatoid arthritis

  • Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Paula Field New research, published in the journal Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, finds that an 8-week regimen of i

      08-Feb-2019
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How does smoking marijuana affect sperm?

  • Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey With the increased legalization of cannabis, especially medical marijuana, researchers are interested in finding out mo

      07-Feb-2019
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A diet rich in fiber and vegetables can relieve depression

  • Published Wednesday 6 February 2019 By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson A healthful diet can "significantly reduce" symptoms of depression. That's the def

      06-Feb-2019
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How skin cancer becomes invasive

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier In a study on mouse models and human tissue, researchers have revealed how aggressive forms of skin cancer ar

      02-Feb-2019
      03:58:56pm
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Hearing loss and cognitive decline: Study probes link

  •   Published Thursday 31 January 2019 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Recent research adds to a growing body of knowledge that links hearing

      31-Jan-2019
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Why sleep is the best painkiller

  • Published 2 hours ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio New research, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, finds that sleep deprivation increases sen

      29-Jan-2019
      02:43:21pm
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21 Best Benefits Of Watermelon

  • Content Watermelon – A Brief History Is Watermelon Good For You? Watermelon Nutritional Value Health Benefits Of Watermelon Stunning Watermelon Facts Watermelons – Selectio

      2019-01-28
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How aspirin may benefit some people with head and neck cancer

  •   Published Saturday 26 January 2019 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Paula Field Recent research has tied regular use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs,

      26-Jan-2019
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Sitting positions for good posture

  • By Jennifer Huizen Reviewed by Gregory Minnis, DPT What is good posture? Best sitting position Sitting at a computer Sitting positions to avoid Tips for good posture Outlook

      26-Jan-2019
      09:33:59am
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Why being rocked will help you sleep better

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Ana Sandoiu  Fact checked by Paula Field New research published in the journal Current Biology finds that slow, repetitive movement

      25-Jan-2019
      11:08:05am
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Why being rocked will help you sleep better

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Ana Sandoiu 08083947636 Fact checked by Paula Field New research published in the journal Current Biology finds that slow, repetiti

      25-Jan-2019
      11:07:17am
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Simply thinking of your partner can help you manage stress

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Being in a healthy romantic relationship can help people face life's difficulties, from times of il

      24-Jan-2019
      10:35:40am
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How your flu medicine can affect your heart

  •   Published Just now By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson January is at the heart of the cold and flu season, and whenever the sneezing and coughing hits, we ten

      23-Jan-2019
      08:53:48am
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Common food additive may impact gut bacteria, increase anxiety

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson A wide range of foods contain ingredients that we call emulsifiers. A new study in mice shows that these co

      22-Jan-2019
      07:40:13pm
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Health Benefits of Ginger

  • Ginger has been revered as a culinary and medicinal spice in many traditional cultures. It is also a very powerful remedy with numerous proven health benefits — from reducing nausea and PMS symp

      21-Jan-2019
      01:59:36pm
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Drinking soda after exercise could damage kidneys

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Tim Newman Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Downing a cool soft drink after a hot workout can feel refreshing. However, according to the latest

      21-Jan-2019
      01:44:07pm
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What role does the immune system play in hypertension?

  •   Published Just now By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Millions of people in the United States and across the world have hypertension, a condition that, without

      19-Jan-2019
      09:09:28am
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Stem cell transplant slows down MS progression

  • Stem cell transplant slows down MS progression Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Paula Field A preliminary clinical trial shows that stem cell transplantation, along

      18-Jan-2019
      02:22:17pm
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How certain bacteria protect us against flu

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey A new study brings us closer to an anti-flu probiotic pill. By subtly altering the bacteria in our nose and th

      17-Jan-2019
      03:13:53pm
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7 simple steps for heart health also prevent diabetes

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New research suggests that following the American Heart Association's guidelines for main

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The best cancer-fighting foods

  •   Last reviewed Tue 15 January 2019 By Jamie Eske Reviewed by Katherine Marengo LDN, RD Apples   Berries   Cruciferous vegetables   Carrots &

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How do our brains remember?

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio The way in which our brains retrieve memories is still quite poorly understood, and we often remember mo

      15-Jan-2019
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Have researchers found a new risk factor for schizophrenia?

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Scientists have located an intriguing link between schizophrenia and the Epstein-Barr virus, a type of herpes

      14-Jan-2019
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Common pain relievers may worsen C. difficile infection

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Chiara Townley Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey A study finds that certain pain relievers may promote Clostridium difficile infection

      12-Jan-2019
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Study reveals how much fiber we should eat to prevent disease

  •   Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Paula Field A new meta-analysis examines 40 years' worth of research in an attempt to find out the ideal amount of fiber

      11-Jan-2019
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Benefits of Banana

  •   Top 5 Benefits of Banana for Skin Updated on January 11, 2019 Contact Author Who knew that the humble banana offered so many beauty benefits for skin? It's rich in powerful anti

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What dictates how vitamin E supplements affect cancer risk?

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey There is a longstanding debate as to whether taking vitamin E supplements increases or decreases a pers

      10-Jan-2019
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Cancer: A new 'drug sponge' may reduce chemo's toxic effects

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Researchers have developed an innovative, personalized absorber that can "catch" toxic chemot

      09-Jan-2019
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Bowel cancer: New bio-marker may also boost treatment

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson A recent study identifies a new biomarker for colorectal cancer. The protein in question might also lead th

      08-Jan-2019
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New breath test for cancer currently under trial

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier A clinical trial has just launched to assess the effectiveness of a newly developed breath te

      07-Jan-2019
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Bullying alters brain structure, raises risk of mental health problems

  •   Published 7 Mondyay January 2019 By Chiara Townley Fact checked by Jasmin Collier New research is suggesting that there may be physical structural differences in the brain

      07-Jan-2019
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Childbirth may increase risk of breast cancer

  •   Published Saturday 5 January 2019 By Lauren Sharkey Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Many believe that childbirth can protect women against breast cancer, but new findings sugges

      07-Jan-2019
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Heart failure: Flu vaccine could save lives

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Lauren Sharkey Fact checked by Paula Field People with heart failure are more susceptible to flu complications than other people. However, a

      04-Jan-2019
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Diabetes: Drug duo helps body replenish its insulin-producing cells

  •   Published Wednesday 3 January 2019 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Scientists have taken a key step in the pursuit of a cure for diabetes that

      03-Jan-2019
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Giving up alcohol for just 1 month has lasting benefits

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Many of us will have enjoyed numerous glasses of wine, beer, champagne, or other alcoholic be

      03-Jan-2019
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How does yo-yo dieting affect our heart health?

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Sticking to a strict diet can be challenging, so our eating patterns can fluctuate wildly. A new study looks a

      02-Jan-2019
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11 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Bananas

  •   Bananas are extremely healthy and delicious. They contain several essential nutrients and provide benefits for digestion, heart health and weight loss. Aside from being very nutritious

      29-Dec-2018
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Bipolar: Physical activity may boost mood and energy

  •   Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier New research, published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry, found that higher levels of physical activi

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Moderate drinking tied to lower risk of hospitalization

  •   Published Just now By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Paula Field New research suggests that moderate drinking may lower the risk of being hospitalized for any cause, includin

      28-Dec-2018
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Study finds link between obesity and sense of smell

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Chiara Townley Fact checked by Paula Field A recent review concludes that people with obesity have a reduced ability to detect and discrimina

      27-Dec-2018
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How do relationship breakups impact physical activity?

  •   Published Today By Chiara Townley Fact checked by Paula Field Researchers found that changes in marital status affect levels of physical activity in men and women differently.

      26-Dec-2018
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Combo of existing drugs fights bowel cancer and reduces side effects

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Monica Beyer Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey The combination of a common cancer drug and another cancer medication is more effective than some standalon

      26-Dec-2018
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Reversing hearing loss by regrowing hairs

  •   Published Sunday 23 December 2018 By Lauren Sharkey Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson Humans are unable to reverse the effects of hearing loss, but a biological process found i

      24-Dec-2018
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6 months of exercise may reverse mild cognitive impairment

  •   Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier New research finds that a 6-month regimen of aerobic exercise can reverse symptoms of mild cognitive impairme

      21-Dec-2018
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What were the most intriguing medical studies of 2018?

  •   Published Just now By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier With just 11 days left until another new year of medical advances and health research, we take a look at s

      21-Dec-2018
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Alzheimer's: Study zeroes in on brain's weakest link

  •   Published Thursday 20 December 2018 By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Alzheimer's disease is a form of neurocognitive decline that affects millions ac

      21-Dec-2018
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MS: Disease impact is greater in those with food allergies

  •   Published Today By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Individuals with multiple sclerosis are more likely to experience higher levels of disease act

      21-Dec-2018
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Why green leafy vegetables can protect liver health

  •   Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey New research that features in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) di

      20-Dec-2018
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Type 2 diabetes: How do migraines affect risk

  •   Published Tuesday 18 December 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson Women with current migraine have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes,

      19-Dec-2018
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How do anxiety and depression affect physical health?

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson Depression and anxiety may be just as bad for your health as smoking and obesity. However,

      18-Dec-2018
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Simply receiving DNA test results can alter your physiology

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson Knowledge is power but, when it comes to knowing our genetic risks, could too much information be a bad thi

      18-Dec-2018
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How to make kefir more healthful using sound

  •   Published Sunday 16 December 2018 By Tim Newman Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Kefir has shot to fame over recent years for its potential health benefits. Using sound tech

      17-Dec-2018
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There's more to blinking than meets the eye

  •   Published Just now By Tim Newman Fact checked by Jasmin Collier According to an unusual and innovative recent study, blinking is a visual clue that influences our everyday

      17-Dec-2018
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The uterus plays a role in memory, study finds

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Paula Field New research conducted in an animal model has uncovered an intriguing fact about the uterus, namely that i

      14-Dec-2018
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How our body clocks can make or break our health

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Paula Field As our lifestyles become increasingly demanding, we build our lives around artificially divided days and nights

      13-Dec-2018
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How your imagination can help you overcome your fears

  •   Published Wednesday 12 December 2018 By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey In your imagination, you can do anything. Riding a dragon? Piece of cake. Imagination is

      13-Dec-2018
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How brain waves enable creative thinking

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Creativity often means taking the road less traveled. New research identifies the neural mech

      12-Dec-2018
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Does problem-solving stave off mental decline?

  •   Published Tuesday 11 December 2018 By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson A widely held belief has it that the more we use our brains, the less likely it is that

      12-Dec-2018
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Study explains how red meat raises heart disease risk

  •   Eating meat also altered kidney function, the researchers found. Anna Hoychuk / Shutterstock / Anna Hoychuk Dec. 10, 2018 / 11:03 PM GMT+1 By Maggie Fox Researchers have

      11-Dec-2018
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How safe are probiotics?

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Amid the increasing rise of probiotic use in Western society, a recent journal article asks whether we sh

      10-Dec-2018
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Future of Alzheimer's therapy: What is the best approach?

  •   Published 1 hour ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Millions of people worldwide live with a form of dementia, the most common of which is Alzheimer

      10-Dec-2018
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Is it possible to reverse 'chemo brain?'

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Chemotherapy can affect a person's brain for years after coming to an end. How does it actually cha

      08-Dec-2018
      02:27:11pm
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Vitamin D deficiency increases schizophrenia risk

  •   Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Some research suggests a link between low vitamin D levels and a person's risk of developing schizophreni

      07-Dec-2018
      07:25:13pm
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Weight may affect the risk of flu hospitalization

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Jasmin Collier According to a recent study, individuals may be more likely to be hospitalized due to the flu

      07-Dec-2018
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Universal 10-minute cancer test in sight

  •   Published Wednesday 5 December 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Scientists have created an experimental test that can detect cancer in less tha

      06-Dec-2018
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Universal 10-minute cancer test in sight

  •   Published Wednesday 5 December 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Scientists have created an experimental test that can detect cancer in less tha

      06-Dec-2018
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Honeybees may hold the secret to stem cell youth

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Royal jelly is a gelatinous substance that honeybees produce to feed their young. This intriguing food

      06-Dec-2018
      10:19:43am
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Type 1 diabetes: Drawing nearer to treatment that generates new insulin cells

  •   Published Monday 3 December 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio Recent research has broken new ground in the quest for a type 1 diabetes trea

      04-Dec-2018
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Insomnia: Light pollution and sleeping pill use may be linked

  •   Published Just now By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio New research, published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, suggests that nighttime

      04-Dec-2018
      08:32:58am
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Surgeons successfully perform full face transplant

  •   Published 1 hour ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier A team of surgeons has successfully performed a face transplant for a 26-year-old man who had a self-inf

      03-Dec-2018
      09:37:49am
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Cancer cells' use of sugar holds the key to their destruction

  •   Published Friday 30 November 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Scientists have suggested a way to improve treatments that use viruses to attack

      01-Dec-2018
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Gun ownership and dementia: A growing concern

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Tim Newman Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey A recent article raises important questions about the prevalence of firearms in the aging popu

      29-Nov-2018
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What kind of physical exercise can help you stay young?

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson Endurance training, resistance training, or high-intensity interval training — what type of ph

      28-Nov-2018
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'DNA origami' tackles multidrug-resistant cancer cells

  •   Published Monday 26 November 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Paula Field A DNA tool that combines gene therapy with chemotherapy could be a promising new way

      27-Nov-2018
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Breast cancer: Tumor growth fueled by bone marrow cells

  • Published Less than an hour ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Paula Field New research, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, reveals a novel mechanism that

      27-Nov-2018
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New brain region 'could be what makes humans unique'

  •   Published Sunday 25 November 2018 By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier A neuroscientist has just found a previously unknown brain area. The newly identified brain

      26-Nov-2018
      10:54:39am
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Do cancer treatments accelerate brain aging?

  •   Published 1 hour ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Cancer treatments can work, but the same factors that help them eradicate tumors may also accelerate agi

      26-Nov-2018
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Today's Health Tips

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Brain health: Low-protein, high-carb diet just as good as low-calorie diet

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio New research, published in the journal Cell Reports, suggests that a low-prote

      23-Nov-2018
      09:11:21am
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10 ways to Exercise Safely

  • Be aware of your body. Think about how the particular exercise is making you feel. If something doesn’t feel right, stop immediately and seek medical advice. Warm up and cool down.&nbs

      22-Nov-2018
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Could managing cholesterol prevent Alzheimer's?

  •   Published 3 hours ago By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey The largest genetic study of Alzheimer's disease to date finds that a "handful of gene variant

      22-Nov-2018
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How your personality could affect your longevity

  •     Published 1 hour ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson   Our personality traits may affect many of the choices we make and alter different

      21-Nov-2018
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Strength training tied to better heart health than aerobic

  •   Published Monday 19 November 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Paula Field   Exercises that build strength can benefit the heart more than aerobic acti

      20-Nov-2018
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Why a low-gluten diet may benefit everyone

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Ana Sandoiu   New research, published in the journal Nature Communications finds that a diet low in gluten ma

      20-Nov-2018
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How does social media use affect our body image?

  •   Published Just now By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier   A new study reveals how social media use could affect the self-perceived body image of young wom

      19-Nov-2018
      09:43:44am
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Does using testosterone to treat depression work?

  •   Published Today By Tim Newman Fact checked by Jasmin Collier   Medical professionals have been discussing whether testosterone treatment can actually reduce depres

      17-Nov-2018
      05:09:44pm
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Do you use music as a sleep aid?

  •   Published Today By Chiara Townley Fact checked by Paula Field   Participants in a study reported that music helps them fall asleep and removes internal and external sti

      16-Nov-2018
      02:43:38pm
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Hot baths reduce inflammation, improve glucose metabolism

  •   Published 1 hour ago By Tim Newman Fact checked by Paula Field   According to new research, a hot bath could have effects that extend way beyond mental relaxation.

      15-Nov-2018
      05:22:43pm
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Interaction between immunity and gut bacteria influences aging

  •   Published Just now By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Paula Field   A mechanism that links the immune system, gut bacteria, and aging has come to light in re

      15-Nov-2018
      05:20:44pm
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Parkinson's disease: Scientists find new target to destroy protein clumps

  • Published Wednesday 14 November 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey   Blocking an enzyme could put a stop to the buildup of toxic protein clumps tha

      15-Nov-2018
      09:41:11am
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Cannabis and the brain: Recent studies shed new light

  • Published Tuesday 13 November 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Jasmin Collier   Recent research sheds new light on the effects of cannabis on the brain. It reve

      14-Nov-2018
      12:10:50pm
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Cancer and obesity: Clogged immune cells help explain link

  •   Published 1 hour ago By Tim Newman Fact checked by Jasmin Collier   Obesity is a risk factor for cancer, but researchers are only now unfurling the exact mechanism

      13-Nov-2018
      12:23:09pm
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Health tricks that works

  • Crazy health tricks that really work Many methods to improve your health are pretty straightforward: to lose weight, eat less and exercise more; to boost your energy, get more sleep; to prevent

      13-Nov-2018
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How strangers judge personality based on body shape

  •   Published Just now By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio   Do you think you can tell if a person is quarrelsome and irritable or warm and reliable bas

      13-Nov-2018
      08:44:59am
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Toady's Health Tips

  • 1. Make Sure to Eat Enough Protein Eating enough protein is incredibly important, and many experts believe that the recommended daily intake is too low. Protein is particularly importa

      12-Nov-2018
      11:04:56am
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Could blue light reduce blood pressure?

  •   Published Sunday 11 November 2018 By Tim Newman Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio   Exposure to blue light may help combat hypertension, according to a recent st

      12-Nov-2018
      09:14:42am
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Chronic noise can impact heart health

  •   Published Less than an hour ago By Monica Beyer Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio   Exposure to a high level of noise on a regular basis can wreak havoc on the cardio

      12-Nov-2018
      09:10:48am
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New genetic culprit found for early progressive hair loss

  •   Published 2 hours ago By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier   Many people face hair loss, but only a few experience it from as early as childhood. This occ

      10-Nov-2018
      10:10:44am
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How a key protein boosts memory, learning in the adult brain

  • How a key protein boosts memory, learning in the adult brain Published Thursday 8 November 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Jasmin Collier   A protein that p

      09-Nov-2018
      09:43:37am
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Health tips for the cold season

  •   Raise the roof on your Vitamin D Raise your Vitamin D levels naturally by making healthy lifestyle changes such as: Losing 5% of your body weight, lower your chol

      08-Nov-2018
      08:58:46am
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Alzheimer's: Artificial intelligence predicts onset

  • Alzheimer's: Artificial intelligence predicts onset Published Wednesday 7 November 2018 By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio   An artificial i

      08-Nov-2018
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To what extent do our genes really dictate longevity?

  • To what extent do our genes really dictate longevity? Published Just now By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier   A long-held belief has it that some people have &

      08-Nov-2018
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Nutrition & Diet

  • A natural pigment can help decrease cardiovascular risk Published Today By Maria Cohut Fact checked by Jasmin Collier   According to new evidence, anthocyanin — a p

      07-Nov-2018
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Sleep deprivation may cause dehydration

  • Sleep deprivation may cause dehydration Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D'Emilio   New research suggests that insufficient sleep may cause dehyd

      07-Nov-2018
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Today's Health Tip, Be Health Informed Daily, And Keep Healthy Mind And Body

  • What Causes a Chronic Cough Coughing serves an important purpose -- to help you expel mucus, microbes and other foreign particles from your respiratory tract. This helps protect the lungs from i

      2018-11-06
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Melanoma: More evidence that antioxidants speed up tumor spread

  • Melanoma: More evidence that antioxidants speed up tumor spread By Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Paula Field   New research evidence backs up previous findings that

      06-Nov-2018
      10:18:36am
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Depression: Three new sub types identified

  • According to recent estimates, depression affects over 300 million people worldwide, and at least 16 million people in the United States. Over 60 percent of U.S. individuals l

      2018-11-05
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New virus could help destroy cancer

  • Cancer is a chronic disease that kills millions of people worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is the second leading cause of death globally and is likely to be res

      05-Nov-2018
      01:21:04pm
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Electrical implant helps paralysed people to walk again

  • Three patients, all paralysed from the waist down, have been able to walk again after having an electrical patch fitted to their spinal cords. Experts say the device, which is placed below the inju

      28-Sep-2018
      09:54:41pm
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Placenta complications: 'Women must know the risks'

  • Expectant mothers should be told that the risk of placenta complications rises after a caesarean or fertility treatment, according to top doctors. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

      28-Sep-2018
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Mediterranean diet 'may help prevent depression'

  • Eating a Mediterranean diet may help prevent depression, research suggests. But an expert in metabolic medicine says more rigorous, targeted trials are needed to confirm evidence of the potential l

      28-Sep-2018
      09:49:09pm
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Ovarian cancer: Newer birth control pills may lower risk

  •   A new, large-scale study published in The BMJ suggests that newer birth control pills can significantly reduce the risk of ovarian cancer among young women. birth control pills Newer b

      28-Sep-2018
      09:42:26pm
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Manipulating features of cells 'could help to slow cancer'

  • New research, published in the journal Genes & Development, makes the case that manipulating elements of cells called nuclear pores could eventually prevent cancerous cells from proliferating

      28-Sep-2018
      09:35:16pm
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Exercise could benefit early-onset Alzeimer's

  • Being physically active for at least 2.5 hours per week could delay decline in mental capacity in a rare form of Alzheimer's disease that starts years earlier, according to recently published rese

      28-Sep-2018
      09:31:03pm
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