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  • December 23, 2016

Antibiotic use within America: 30 % of prescriptions ‘inappropriate’

  Antibiotic use within America: 30 % of prescriptions ‘inappropriate’ Antibiotic resistance is very large news along with a genuine concern. New information, printed in JAMA, fleshes out these worries and, the very first time, puts some statistics behind the problem. If there is more legislation to curb the overuse of antibiotics? How can the […]

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  • December 21, 2016

Social networking: ‘no direct association’ with stress

Social networking: ‘no direct association’ with stress There’s been considerable commentary from critics regarding Internet use and particularly relating greater stress levels to social networking use. However, research on “the price of caring,” conducted through the Pew Research Center’s Internet Project, finds the alternative holds true. The connection between stress and social networking me is […]

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  • December 21, 2016

First organ transplants from the baby performed in United kingdom

  First organ transplants from the baby performed in United kingdom The United kingdom has performed its first effective organ transplants from the baby. The donor would be a 6-day-old baby girl who had been born with severe brain damage. The doctors give thanks to the “extreme generosity” from the parents a patient with kidney […]

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  • December 17, 2016

Could It Have Been Unbelievable? Sex, Coffee, Cola May Cause Aneurysm, Stroke

Could It Have Been Unbelievable? Sex, Coffee, Cola May Cause Aneurysm, Stroke 45 New research printed now in the Netherlands claims that getting sex, blowing onto your nose or perhaps consuming coffee can temporarily lift up your chance of rupturing a brain aneurysm and suffering a stroke. Little is famous about activities that trigger rupture […]

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  • December 06, 2016

Dr Google And Also The Foolish Practice Of Self-Diagnosis

Dr Google And Also The Foolish Practice Of Self-Diagnosis Shall We Be Held getting cardiac arrest? My self-diagnosis concludes I have to be, since the signs and symptoms match things i available on Google. However, a far more objective reflection which considers the chance of getting a specific condition, might lead another person, just like […]

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  • December 05, 2016

Can maternal stress during pregnancy affect child’s motor development?

Can maternal stress during pregnancy affect child’s motor development? Stress continues to be implicated in many adverse health outcomes, but new research shows that stress experienced by moms while pregnant may affect their child’s motor development completely right through to adolescence. Women who experience a lot of stress in pregnancy may have children who are […]

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  • December 04, 2016

Heavy snoring, anti snoring associated with earlier cognitive decline

  Heavy snoring, anti snoring associated with earlier cognitive decline Difficulty in breathing while asleep – for example heavy snoring and anti snoring – might be connected with earlier loss of memory and thinking skills. This is actually the finding of new research printed within the journal Neurology. Compared with participants who were free of […]

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  • November 29, 2016

How does music benefit the brain?

How does music benefit the brain? 5 Sometimes, watching a musician perform live can make us mere listeners feel like they have superpowers. Now, new research suggests brief musical training increases blood flow in the left hemisphere of the brain, but there are other benefits for listeners, too. Researchers from the Department of Psychological Sciences […]

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  • November 26, 2016

New Study: Think You Need Bypass Surgery? Not So Fast!

New Study: Think You Need Bypass Surgery? Not So Fast! 4 New study findings suggest that contrary to current practice, doctors and patients have time to consider bypass surgery over drug treatment alone. Open-heart surgery has an early risk of death, with nearly 5% of patients who underwent bypass surgery in the study dying within […]

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  • November 21, 2016

Vegan Diet: Health Benefits Of Being Vegan

Vegan Diet: Health Benefits Of Being Vegan 428 Being a vegan is definitely more of a lifestyle choice and a philosophy than a diet. A vegan does not eat anything that is of animal origin. Vegans will not use animal based products for clothing, or any other purpose. A person can become a vegan because […]

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