Sunday, July 5, 2020

Eating salads daily may keep your brain 11 years younger

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New York-- Eating one to two servings of salad with spinach, lettuce and kale daily may keep your brain 11 years younger as well...

Insulin to improve treatment for diabetes patients developed

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Sydney-- In a promising discovery that could improve the clinical delivery of insulin for people living with diabetes, researchers have developed a non-fibrillating form...

E-cigarettes more harmful to heart than tobacco: Study

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New York-- Researchers have found that electronic nicotine delivery systems, such as e-cigarettes might be just as harmful to the heart, than traditional cigarettes. "Our...

E-cigarettes may up heart rate, blood pressure in young people

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New York-- Smoking e-cigarettes? Read this carefully. Researchers have found that nicotine-filled e-cigarettes can increase heart rate and blood pressure in young people after...

Men more at risk of rare heart attack after sex: Study

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New York-- Men with a history of cardiovascular disease may be more at risk of facing sudden cardiac arrest during or soon after sex,...

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine candidate protects monkeys in trial

London-- An experimental vaccine developed by researchers at Oxford University has shown promise in preventing COVID-19, according to a small trial in six monkeys. The...

Young smokers less likely to give up smoking as adults

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New York-- The younger you start smoking, the more likely you are to smoke daily as an adult, even into your 40s, and the...

Gallbladder removal during pregnancy ups risk of preterm delivery

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New York-- Getting the gallbladder removed during pregnancy may increase the risk of preterm delivery and hospital re-admissions among others, researchers said. Also, women whose...

Just one drink daily can raise stroke risk

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Beijing--While it is known that excess drinking is harmful for health, a new study suggests that even consuming one or two alcoholic drinks a...

Sohini Mukherjee: Researching psycho-social factors in the women’s lives

By Karen Feldscher Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health During a college research project in the Sundarbans, a poor rural area of India, Sohini Mukherjee...
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