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Overweight men face discrimination

by Ironson November 5, 2016
  Overweight men face discrimination 3 Overweight men face discrimination while shopping and trying to get jobs, based on new information printed within the Journal of Applied Psychology.   Bigger men face subtle discrimination. Previous studies have checked out weight stigmatization or discrimination toward women, but less so for males. Enrica Ruggs, assistant professor of […]
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Risks Of Staggered Overdose Of Acetaminophen (Tylenol, Paracetamol)

by Ironson November 3, 2016
Risks Of Staggered Overdose Of Acetaminophen (Tylenol, Paracetamol) 4.520 Frequently taking marginally an excessive amount of paracetamol (acetaminophen, Tylenol) with time may cause a harmful overdose that’s difficult to identify and can result in dying, because patients usually don’t benefit by an overdose once they go to the hospital, rather they feel unwell. Clinicians need […]

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Low Magnesium Associated With Cardiovascular Disease

by Ironson November 3, 2016
Low Magnesium Associated With Cardiovascular Disease 4.51,1223 Low magnesium levels have been discovered is the best predictor of cardiovascular disease, resistant to the traditional thought that cholesterol or saturated fats take part in the greatest roles. Research researcher Andrea Rosanoff, PhD., and her colleagues conducted an in depth overview of coronary disease research, using studies […]
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Gang Membership Associated With Mental Health Issues

by Ironson October 24, 2016
  Gang Membership Associated With Mental Health Issues 58 Youthful men that are people of street gangs are more inclined to have psychological illnesses and access mental health services, based on new information in the United kingdom printed online within the This summer twelfth publication of the American Journal of Psychiatry. Lead author Professor Jeremy […]

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Broccoli might be ‘sunscreen against skin cancer’

by Ironson October 23, 2016
Broccoli might be ‘sunscreen against skin cancer’ 41 There are many studies that suggest eating vegetables can offer certain health advantages. Now researchers state that broccoli might help to combat cancer of the skin, not when you eat it, but by making use of it straight to your skin. Sally Dickinson, research assistant professor within […]
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CDC Transmits Zika Test Kits To Florida

by Ironson October 14, 2016
CDC Transmits Zika Test Kits To Florida Gov. Rick Scott asked the CDC to send Zika test kits to Florida.Lottie Watts / WUSF Listen Listening… / :34 Federal nutritionists have sent the condition of Florida yet another 950 kits to check for viral antibodies in those who have proven Zika signs and symptoms after visiting […]

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Could low vitamin D during pregnancy mean a danger of MS in offspring?

by Ironson October 13, 2016
  Could low vitamin D during pregnancy mean a danger of MS in offspring? 3401 Children might be at and the higher chances of developing ms later in existence if their mother lacked vitamin D in early stages of being pregnant, based on research printed online by JAMA Neurology. Multiple sclerosis is a degenerative, neurological […]
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Sciatica: Causes, Signs and symptoms and coverings

by Ironson October 11, 2016
  Sciatica: Causes, Signs and symptoms and coverings Sciatica may be the name provided to any discomfort stemming in the irritation from the sciatic nerve. Something that irritates this nerve may cause discomfort that varies from mild to severe usually, from the compressed nerve root within the lumbar (lower) spine. Frequently, the word “sciatica” is […]

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Mediterranean Diet: Details and Health Advantages

by Ironson October 9, 2016
Mediterranean Diet: Details and Health Advantages Typically, The European Union has two broad dietary approaches – the Northern European and Southern European. The Med Weight loss program is Southern European, and much more particularly concentrates on the eating routine of those of The island, a lot of A holiday in greece, and southern Italia. Today, […]
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How skin cells may help fight cancer

by Ironson October 9, 2016
How skin cells may help fight cancer 5 Scientists say they’ve designed a “groundbreaking discovery” in the area of cancer treatment: a method to transform skin cells into stem cells that may target and destroy brain cancer. Researchers transformed fibroblasts – cells in connective tissue that produce collagen – into cancer-killing neural stem cells. Inside […]

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Defense mechanisms influences evolution of gut bacteria, study shows

by Ironson October 5, 2016
  Defense mechanisms influences evolution of gut bacteria, study shows 5 It’s now well-established our health depends upon the interaction between gut bacteria and also the defense mechanisms. It’s been recommended the wealthy diversity of bacteria within our gut is caused by the 2 systems co-evolving and dealing on one another. Now, new research provides […]
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‘Bionic heart patch’ could offer heart transplant alternative

by Ironson October 3, 2016
  ‘Bionic heart patch’ could offer heart transplant alternative 51 An alternative choice to heart transplantation could eventually maintain them for patients with heart failure scientists have produced a “bionic heart patch” that enables doctors to remotely deliver tissue regeneration drugs to patients in tangible-time. Dr. Dvir says the bionic heart patch represents a “breakthrough” […]

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Sports Help Lower Aggression Enhance Self-control And Discipline In Boys

by Ironson October 1, 2016
Sports Help Lower Aggression Enhance Self-control And Discipline In Boys 52 Furthermore sports help children’s health, sports participation also improves their emotional, behavior and cognitive wellbeing, researchers from Tel Aviv College, Israel reported. Pd.D. College student, Keren Shahar, collected data on 649 children from low socioeconomic backgrounds. All of them required part in various kinds […]
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Donating Kidney Does not Shorten Lifespan

by Ironson September 29, 2016
Donating Kidney Does not Shorten Lifespan 4 Research well over 80,000 American live kidney contributors found these were prone to live just like lengthy as those who have two healthy kidneys which the process carries hardly any medical risk. Read concerning the landmark study by lead author and transplant surgeon Dr Dorry L Segev, in […]

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What exactly are hives? What’s hives? What can cause hives?

by Ironson September 28, 2016
What exactly are hives? What’s hives? What can cause hives? Hives can also be known as hives, welts, wheals, or nettle rash. It’s a red, elevated, itchy skin rash that’s sometimes triggered by something which produces a hypersensitive reaction – an allergen. When there’s a hypersensitive reaction your body releases a protein known as histamine. […]
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Brain ‘wired differently’ in men and women

by Ironson September 25, 2016
Brain ‘wired differently’ in men and women 42 Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have found striking differences in how men’s and women’s brains are wired. In one brain region, women have more connections between left and right hemispheres, and men within hemispheres, while in another brain region, it is the other way around. Researchers […]

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Amoxicillin use linked to diarrhea and thrush

by Ironson September 21, 2016
Amoxicillin use linked to diarrhea and thrush 298 Researchers have found that taking the common antibiotics amoxicillin and amoxicillin-clavulanic acid can result in symptoms of diarrhea and candidiasis, also known as thrush. Not only that, but these adverse effects could also be under-reported, leading to a high prevalence of prescriptions. In a recent survey study […]
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Coffee Consuming Associated With Bladder Control Problems In Males

by Ironson September 10, 2016
Coffee Consuming Associated With Bladder Control Problems In Males 4.53 Men that consume about two glasses of coffee each day, or even the equivalent quantity of caffeine, are considerably more prone to have urinary incontinence or perhaps a “leaky bladder” than men that drink less or none whatsoever, based on new information in the US. […]