Snoring Can Affect The Carotid Artery

Snoring Can Affect The Carotid Artery 4.5853 People who snore regularly have a much higher risk of having thicker or abnormal carotid arteries, researchers from the Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, reported. They added that the risk is greater for snorers than overweight people and smokers. When the lining of the two blood vessels that nourish […]

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Can Apple’s ResearchKit change the face of medical research?

Can Apple’s ResearchKit change the face of medical research? Every day, Medical News Today reports on a large number of studies. Many of these involve the recruitment of participants so researchers can obtain new and relevant data. The best of these studies will involve the participation of thousands of people, but getting hold of large […]

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New Test For Early Stage Ovarian Cancer Is 99 Percent Accurate

New Test For Early Stage Ovarian Cancer Is 99 Percent Accurate 51 According to a recent study published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research, researchers at Yale School of Medicine have developed a very sensitive and specific blood test that is able to detect early stage ovarian cancer with 99 percent accuracy. The research group, […]

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Antibiotic Beats Cranberry Capsules In Preventing Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections – Antibiotic Resistance A Concern

Antibiotic Beats Cranberry Capsules In Preventing Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections – Antibiotic Resistance A Concern 413 A human study found that trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (TMP-SMX), an antibiotic, was more effective at preventing recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) among premenopausal females than cranberry capsules. The researchers, from the Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, reported their findings in the journal […]

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