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A new study finds that the duration and timing of lunch and recess is related to food choices and physical activity of school children. These findings could help schools make policies that promote healthier school lunches and increased physical activity during…
04.24 / 08:32
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A new study finds that carvedilol, a drug typically used to treat high blood pressure, can protect against the sun-induced cell damage that leads to skin cancer. Researchers serendipitously discovered the beta blocker's cancer-fighting properties after making an error in the…
04.24 / 08:32
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New research suggests it is possible to quickly and accurately diagnose some the most dangerous and drug-resistant types of bacterial infections, using equipment already owned by most…
04.24 / 08:32
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What is one thing that keeps your body healthy, your extremities warm, your immune system strong, your face glowing, and your energy levels lasting all day long? If you guessed proper blood circulation, you’re right. Your circulatory system is responsible … The post These 4 natural tricks improve blood circulation appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health I…
04.24 / 08:32
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You may be wondering, what is pseudogout? Well, you probably have heard of gout, the painful condition that commonly affects the large toe. But pseudogout? While it does sound similar, there are some notable differences. Before we outline the differences … The post Pseudogout: Causes, symptoms, prevention, and treatment appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health…
04.24 / 08:32
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[Radio Dabanga] Um Jar -Hundreds of people in the area of Um Jar in White Nile State are reportedly suffering from 'watery…
04.24 / 08:32
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STRATFORD, Conn. (AP) - Starbucks' new "Unicorn Frappuccino" has made waves on the internet for its colorful presentation, but a Connecticut health department is trying to draw attention to the large amount of sugar found in the purple-pink drink. On Friday, the Stratford Health Department called out the newest Starbucks…
04.24 / 08:27
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Pregnant women are advised not to travel to Thailand and the Philippines after an increased number of reported cases of the Zika…
04.24 / 08:23
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Fifty-three cases of the Zika virus have now been reported in Britain, health officials…
04.24 / 08:23
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Italian scientists used denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis to help discover the yeasts responsible for spoiling a cream-filled baked …
04.24 / 08:22
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Scientists in the Czech Republic have used ion-exchange liquid chromatography to analyze the amino acid profiles of zinc resistant prostate cancer cell…
04.24 / 08:22
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Healthcare and biomedical investor Netscientific PLC's LONNSCI portfolio company Wanda has sold off its stake in OncoVerse LLC for an undisclosed sum.The sale to BTG plc LONBTG represents a strong return on NetScientifics initial investment and a…
04.24 / 08:09
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The Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation CISCRP is holding an AWARE for All Clinical Research Education and Health Screening event on Friday May 12 from 11 am2 pm at the Windsor Village Kingdom Builders Center in Houston…
04.24 / 08:09
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Clinically relevant subgroups benefit from the treatment with lefitolimod in this study Results are indicative for the further development of lefitolimod in SCLC The biopharmaceutical company…
04.24 / 08:09
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A new study discovered why people have a hard time cutting unhealthy foods from their diets. The results suggest that genes might be influencing our choice of food by inducing in the brain certain dietary preferences. Thus, this might help people in choosing the perfect diets for them, which they would also enjoy. Our genes […] The post Genes Determine Our Preference for Unhealthy Foods appeared first on Trinity News…
04.24 / 08:05
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(St. Michael's Hospital) The researchers who reported last year that more male babies than expected were being born to Indian-born women living in Canada have now found the numbers are driven by women whose mother tongue is Punjabi and, to a lesser extent,…
04.24 / 07:55
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Testing for molecular markers in the urine of kidney transplant patients could reveal whether the transplant is failing and why, according to research presented at the 27th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious…
04.24 / 07:35
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Patients with bloodstream infections could avoid treatment with a combination of antimicrobial therapies if they are given the right drug as early as possible and if they are classified as at low risk of…
04.24 / 07:35
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People who have recently been found to have drug-resistant bacteria in their urine or stool samples have a greatly increased risk of developing a bloodstream infection that is also resistant to certain antibiotics, according to a study presented at the 27th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious…
04.24 / 07:35
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[Nyasa Times] Health advocates, who include the powerful Actionaid, Oxfam and Save the Children, are up in arms, asking the government to halt its decision to introduce paying wards in public district…
04.24 / 07:35
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