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Cranberries For Urinary System Infections – New Evidence

Cranberries For Urinary System Infections – New Evidence Scientific study has found a brand new use for cranberries in combating microbial infections, including stopping microbial colonization in urinary catheters. Two studies printed within the Canadian Journal of Microbiology and Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces says cranberry powder can hinder the bacteria Proteus mirabilis, an insect […]

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  • November 23, 2016

What is uveitis? What causes uveitis? What is iritis?

What is uveitis? What causes uveitis? What is iritis? 3.517 Uveitis is inflammation of the middle layer of the eye – the uvea, also known as the uceal tract. The term Uveitis is frequently more loosely used for any inflammation of the interior of the eye. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and […]

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  • November 17, 2016

Most Depression Patients Report Discrimination

Most Depression Patients Report Discrimination 42 More than three quarters of patients (79%) with depression have experienced discrimination because of their condition. Previous studies analyzing the association between depression and discrimination have indicated that discrimination often leads to depression. For example, one particular report found that since minority children often have to deal with discrimination, […]

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  • November 17, 2016

Hemp: Health Benefits, Nutritional Information

Hemp: Health Benefits, Nutritional Information 52 Hemp is a plant grown in the northern hemisphere that takes about 3-4 months to mature. The seeds themselves can be consumed or used to produce a variety of food products including hemp milk, hemp oil, hemp cheese substitutes and hemp-based protein powder. Hemp seeds have a very mild, […]

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  • November 12, 2016

New Layer In Human Eye Discovered

New Layer In Human Eye Discovered 5 A new layer in the front layer of the human eye has been discovered by researchers at The University of Nottingham. The findings, published in the journal Ophthalmology, could significantly help doctors carry out corneal grafts or transplants. The layer has been called the “Dua’s Layer”, named after […]

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  • November 08, 2016

Drug combination for advanced melanoma wins FDA approval

Drug combination for advanced melanoma wins FDA approval 140 In what has been described as a significant step forward in the treatment of advanced melanoma, US regulators have approved a combination drug therapy to treat the most aggressive and dangerous form of skin cancer. The majority of skin cancers are caused by exposure to ultraviolet […]

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  • November 06, 2016

Noise From Earphones Can Damage Your Ears

Noise From Earphones Can Damage Your Ears 42 Although many people like to turn their headphones up as loud as they can after having a bad day or to get their mind off things bothering them, experts from the University of Leicester have shown evidence for the first time that turning the volume on your […]

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  • November 04, 2016

Fatigue: Why Am I So Tired?

Fatigue: Why Am I So Tired? 451110 Fatigue, also referred to as tiredness, exhaustion, lethargy, and listlessness, describes a physical and/or mental state of being tired and weak. Although physical and mental fatigue are different, the two often exist together – if a person is physically exhausted for long enough, they will also be mentally […]

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  • November 02, 2016

Why Do Some People Exercise And Others Don’t?

Why Do Some People Exercise And Others Don’t? 3 The question of why certain people are more physically active than others is examined by an international research team in the second paper in The Lancet Series on physical activity. The researchers say more studies need to be done in low and middle income countries where […]

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  • October 29, 2016

Cat Owners Have Lower Heart Attack Risk, Study

Cat Owners Have Lower Heart Attack Risk, Study 4.53 Owning a cat could reduce your risk of a heart attack by nearly one third, researchers told delegates of the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference in New Orleans last week. The finding provoked a mixed reaction from heart experts and veterinarians. The finding was the […]

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