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22.02.2019
17:19 CNN HealthHow the daredevil sport of parkour can help aging adults fall better

It looks like something out of a ninja movie. The extreme sport known as parkour involves vaulting high obstacles, leaping from rooftop to rooftop and literally bouncing off the walls.

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17:17 ScienceDaily.comQuantum dots can spit out clone-like photons

Researchers have produced coherent single photon emitters, a key component for future quantum computers and communications systems.

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14:56 Reuters.com HealthUp to Czechs to act against risk of infected Polish beef imports: Commission

The Czech Republic is free to take the necessary steps against the risk of imports of Polish beef that could be infected with salmonella, but the measures have to be proportionate to the risk, the European Commission said on Friday.

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10:16 Technology.orgQuantum dots can spit out clone-like photons

In the global quest to develop practical computing and communications devices based on the principles of quantum physics,

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10:05 News-Medical.NetNew study finds how high-fat diets fuel colorectal cancer growth

As cancer death rates drop overall, doctors have noted a frightening anomaly: deaths from colorectal cancer in people under 55 appear to be creeping up. According to the American Cancer Society, deaths in this younger group increased by 1 percent between 2007 and 2016.

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09:30 News-Medical.Net1 in 10 middle-aged Chinese adults are at high risk for heart disease, finds study

Researchers at Yale and at the National Center for Cardiovascular Disease in China just quantified a significant opportunity to improve Chinese heart health: 1 in 10 middle-aged Chinese adults are at high risk for heart disease, yet only about 3% of those at-risk are taking either statins or aspirin, the recommended therapies for managing that risk.

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08:57 News-Medical.NetStudy: Women with more social support have low risk of dying

Women aged 50-79 who believed they had more social support were less likely to die during the course of the study, according to a new study led by Dr. Nancy Freeborne, adjunct professor in George Mason University's College of Health and Human Services.

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07:30 News-Medical.NetVitamin D supplementation less effective in the presence of obesity, shows study

A new Journal of Bone and Mineral Research study confirms that vitamin D supplementation is less effective in the presence of obesity, and it uncovers a biological mechanism to explain this observation.

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02:53 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: How to reduce your risk of asthma

Asthma risk factors include smoking, dust mites, and environmental pollutants, as well as many others. Steering clear of these risk factors can help people avoid developing the condition. Learn more about how to prevent asthma here.

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01:28 CNBC health careWhole grains can reduce risk of liver cancer by nearly 40 percent, study finds

A diet full of whole grains can decrease the risk of liver cancer by nearly 40 percent, according to a new study released Thursday.

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21.02.2019
23:33 ScienceDaily.comScientists uncover how high-fat diet drives colorectal cancer growth

A new study suggests that high-fat diets fuel colorectal cancer growth by upsetting the balance of bile acids in the intestine and triggering a hormonal signal that lets potentially cancerous cells thrive. The findings could explain why colorectal cancer, which can take decades to develop, is being seen in younger people growing up at a time when higher-fat diets are common.

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22:53 News-Medical.NetGenetic defect linked to pediatric liver disease identified

Researchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, in collaboration with several other institutions, have discovered a genetic defect linked to Biliary atresia, the most common pediatric cause of end-stage liver disease, and the leading indication for liver transplantation in children.

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22:51 News-Medical.NetUnhealthy diet linked to poor mental health

A study has found that poor mental health is linked with poor diet quality -- regardless of personal characteristics such as gender age, education, age, marital status and income level.

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22:51 News-Medical.NetSustained smoking cessation can lower risk of seropositive RA

Smoking is an important risk factor for developing the most common form of rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory diseases, but a critical question remains: Can those who quit smoking delay or prevent RA or have they permanently and irrevocably altered their risk of the disease? A new study by investigators from Brigham and Women's Hospital leverages data from the Nurses' Health Studies to find out.

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22:30 Medscape.ComInfanticide Risk Factors Identified for the First Time

For the first time, researchers have identified risk factors for single and repeat neonaticide, revealing that such occurrences are not as rare as previously thought.

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22:19 News-Medical.NetFactors associated with increased risk of developing surgical site infections

In an International Wound Journal study of 4,818 older patients undergoing elective orthopedic surgeries, five risk factors were linked with an increased risk of developing surgical site infections, including diabetes, morbid obesity, tobacco smoking, prolonged surgical duration, and lower serum albumin levels prior to surgery.

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22:09 Phys.orgQuantum dots can spit out clone-like photons

In the global quest to develop practical computing and communications devices based on the principles of quantum physics, one potentially useful component has proved elusive: a source of individual particles of light with perfectly constant, predictable, and steady characteristics. Now, researchers at MIT and in Switzerland say they have made major steps toward such a single photon source.

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20:27 Medscape.ComPsychosis May Accelerate Brain Aging

Accelerated aging of cognitive networks after psychosis onset may offer the potential for early intervention in patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, new research suggests.

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20:27 News-Medical.NetOverweight, obesity in adolescence associated with increased risk of renal cancer later in life

Being overweight has been linked with a higher risk of developing a form of kidney cancer called renal cell carcinoma among adults, but it's unclear if this risk is present during adolescence.

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20:16 News-Medical.NetConsumption of allium vegetables linked to reduced colorectal cancer risk

Consumption of allium vegetables—which include garlic, leeks, and onions—was linked with a reduced risk of in colorectal cancer in a study of men and women in China.

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19:39 ScienceDaily.comEvening exercise will not ruin sleep and might even reduce appetite

With growing time demands, many middle-aged adults are finding time to engage in exercise increasingly difficult. For many, even the thought of fitting exercise in after a busy day at work can be as tiring as it is unappetizing. The standing belief that high-intensity exercise should be avoided in the early evening due to its effect on sleep only serves to act as another barrier to exercise at this time.

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19:17 ScienceDaily.comThe new exercise trend that's made for everyone

Bringing the science of high intensity interval training (HIIT) into everyday life could be the key to helping unfit, overweight people get more of the exercise they need to improve their health, according to researchers.

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18:37 News-Medical.NetEvening exercise does not negatively affect sleep, may also reduce hunger

Must cook dinner. Need to pick the kids up from school. Have to catch up on my favorite TV series. Live too far from the gym. Any of these sound familiar? With growing time demands, many middle-aged adults are finding time to engage in exercise increasingly difficult.

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18:26 Phys.orgThe dollar store diet: Study shows discount produce matches quality of traditional chains

When you hear about dollar discount stores, the first thought that comes to mind likely isn't groceries for you and your family.

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12:49 Technology.orgDatabase funded to help researchers understand the effect of bipolar disorder throughout adult life span

Not much is known about how bipolar disorder (BD) affects people throughout their lives. Do women and men

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10:12 Gizmag Geneticists use CRISPR to cut toxic protein out of the aging equation


There is much we don't understand about an aging human body, but working with what we do know researchers continue to uncover potential new was to slow down the process. Among them is a team of genetic scientists at the Salk Institute, which has developed a new therapy using the CRISPR/Cas9 tool that has greatly boosted the lifespan of rapidly aging mice.
.. Continue Reading Geneticists use CRISPR to cut toxic protein out of the aging equation Category: Medical Tags: Aging anti-aging CRISPR Salk Institute

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10:10 News-Medical.NetResearchers discover several genes linked to increased use of alcohol and tobacco

The use of alcohol and tobacco is closely linked to several diseases, and is a contributing factor in many deaths.

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10:01 News-Medical.NetIntense exercise, fasting and hormones can enhance waste-protein removal, study shows

The body's ability to adapt to changing conditions and shifting physiologic demands is essential to survival. To do so, each cell must be able to dispose of damaged or unnecessary proteins--a quality-control mechanism critical for cellular performance and for the health of the entire organism.

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09:48 News-Medical.NetLesbian and bisexual women at greater risk of being overweight, study finds

Lesbian and bisexual women are at increased risk of being overweight or obese compared to heterosexual women, according to new research from the University of East Anglia and UCL.

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06:22 News-Medical.NetStrong social support may reduce cardiovascular disease risk in postmenopausal women

Having good friends can save your life, as a study based on data from the Women's Health Initiative demonstrates how strong social support may reduce the risk of death from cardiovascular disease in postmenopausal women.

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06:00 News-Medical.NetLink between dietary fatty acid intake and hypertension found to be influenced by diabetes status

Hypertension is an important public health problem that can lead to life-threatening cardiovascular events, including heart attack and stroke.

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03:23 ScienceDaily.comActivating tooth regeneration in mice

Most reptiles and fish have multiple sets of teeth during their lifetime. However, most mammals, such as humans, have only one set of replacement teeth and some mammals, like mice, have only a single set with no replacement. This diversity raises both evolutionary questions -- how did different tooth replacement strategies evolve? -- and developmental ones -- which mechanisms prevent replacement teeth in animals that lost them?

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03:06 Technology.orgPeople live longer if they have someone who cares about them

Life is short and it is even shorter if you‘re alone. It is not just some tacky popular

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03:01 ScienceDaily.comYoung bone marrow rejuvenates aging mouse brains

A new study has found that transplanting the bone marrow of young laboratory mice into old mice prevented cognitive decline in the old mice, preserving their memory and learning abilities. The findings support an emerging model that attributes cognitive decline, in part, to aging of blood cells, which are produced in bone marrow.

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20.02.2019
22:48 ScienceDaily.comVigorous exercise, fasting, hormones improve elimination of toxic, misfolded, unnecessary proteins in mouse and human cells

A new study shows vigorous exercise and fasting improve the ability of human and mouse cells to remove misfolded, toxic, unnecessary proteins. The findings reveal a previously unknown mechanism that activates the cells' protein-disposal machinery, allowing them to adapt their protein content to shifting demands and new conditions.

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20:39 LiveScience.comA High-Fat Diet May Be Bad for Your Gut Bacteria

Eating too much fat may be bad for your gut bacteria, a new study from China suggests.

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19:52 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Can we halt cellular aging? New drug combo shows promise

In the first clinical trial in humans, researchers test a promising drug combination that could help fight the effects of cellular aging.

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17:28 Phys.orgActivating tooth regeneration in mice

Most reptiles and fish have multiple sets of teeth during their lifetime. However, most mammals, such as humans, have only one set of replacement teeth and some mammals, like mice, have only a single set with no replacement. This diversity raises both evolutionary questions—how did different tooth replacement strategies evolve?—and developmental ones—which mechanisms prevent replacement teeth in animals that lost them?

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17:00 ScienceDaily.comCombining morning exercise with short walking breaks helps control blood pressure

Treadmill walking for 30 minutes in the morning lowered average blood pressure over an eight-hour day among older, overweight or obese men and women. Women who are overweight or obese enhanced the beneficial effects of morning exercise to reduce blood pressure by adding three-minute breaks from sitting every half hour throughout the day.

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16:08 News-Medical.NetStudy shows therapeutic potential of VEGF-A mRNA for regenerative angiogenesis in humans

An international team of researchers from academia and the biopharma industry has published a Phase 1a/b study, showing the therapeutic potential of mRNA encoding for vascular endothelial growth factor A (VEGF-A) for regenerative angiogenesis in humans.

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14:59 News-Medical.NetStudy shows blood pressure benefits of morning exercise for older overweight/obese adults

Thirty minutes of morning exercise lowers blood pressure for the rest of the day among older men and women who are overweight or obese.

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14:36 FightAging.OrgCalcification of Arteries is an Independent Cardiovascular Risk, Distinct from Atherosclerosis and Inflammation

The same underlying molecular and cellular damage of aging contributes to both calcification of blood vessel walls and the development of atherosclerosis, but researchers here argue that calcification can be considered on its own, an independent risk factor for cardiovascular dysfunction and mortality in later life. The presence of senescent cells is one of the common underlying factors that accelerates the progression of both atherosclerosis and calcification of blood vessels. This is due to the inflammatory signaling produced by these cells. That signaling distorts the behavior of macrophages trying to clear up deposits of cholesterol in blood vessel walls, but also makes other cells in the wall behave as though they are osteoblasts in bone, laying down mineral deposits. Calcification, like the creation of cross-links […]

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10:52 News-Medical.NetResearchers engineer stem cell with ‘suicide genes’ to induce cell death in all but beta cells

Researchers have been advancing methods to generate insulin-producing beta cells from pluripotent stem cells for the clinical treatment of type 1 diabetes.

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10:30 News-Medical.NetStudy reveals major sex differences in management of cardiovascular risk factors among U.S. adults

"The good news is that, since the Millennium, there have been reductions in blood pressure and cholesterol levels and in rates of smoking across adults in the United States.

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09:04 News-Medical.NetEarly delivery due to scrapping of ‘baby cheque’ poses risks to babies

A study by Libertad González, professor with the Department of Economics and Business at UPF and the Barcelona GSE; Cristina Borra and Almudena Sevilla, found that children born prematurely due to the scrapping of the "baby cheque" weighed less at birth and had 20% more hospitalizations, especially due to respiratory problems, although the negative effects seem to dissipate after the second month of life.

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08:30 News-Medical.NetNewly developed gene therapy helps decelerate aging process

Aging is a leading risk factor for a number of debilitating conditions, including heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer's disease, to name a few. This makes the need for anti-aging therapies all the more urgent. Now, Salk Institute researchers have developed a new gene therapy to help decelerate the aging process.

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08:19 News-Medical.NetRubicon level linked to inhibition of autophagic process

Autophagy is an important biological recycling mechanism that is used to maintain homeostasis within all types of animal tissue. Many studies have attempted to understand the relationship between the reduction of autophagy and progression of aging in animals; however, none have provided a clear explanation, until now.

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07:57 News-Medical.NetExercise can shift human body clock depending on time when people work out

Exercise can shift the human body clock, with the direction and amount of this effect depending on the time of day or night in which people exercise.

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07:35 News-Medical.NetResearchers develop new way to deliver treatment for cartilage regeneration

Researchers from Texas A&M University, led by Dr. Akhilesh K. Gaharwar, have developed a new way to deliver treatment for cartilage regeneration.

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03:40 News-Medical.NetIncreasing frailty associated with greater mortality risk

A new study published in Age and Ageing indicates that frail patients in any age group are more likely to die than those who are not frail.

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03:31 News-Medical.NetStudy finds new link between food allergies and multiple sclerosis

Like many other medical conditions, the mechanism of multiple sclerosis remains an enigma--a puzzle composed of complex genetic and environmental factors. A key piece to this puzzle is the immune system, which is also responsible for regulating many other physiological (and pathological) phenomena--including allergies.

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03:29 News-Medical.NetCommon acid reflux drugs tied to elevated risk for kidney disease

Proton pump inhibitors, which include well-known brand names Prilosec, Nexium and Prevacid, are among the most commonly prescribed medications in the world. Approximately 10 percent of adults in the United States take these drugs for frequent heartburn, acid reflux and gastroesophageal reflux disease.

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02:11 ScienceDaily.comThe key to increased lifespan? Rubicon alters autophagy in animals during aging

Autophagy is an important biological recycling mechanism that influences the progression of aging in animals. Here, age-related changes in autophagy were studied in multiple model organisms. A team found that Rubicon suppression led to reduction of age-associated motor decline, as well as reduction of fibrosis, and that Rubicon could be an important new target for treatments designed to reduce the effects of aging in humans.

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01:44 Reuters.com HealthEating nuts tied to lower heart disease risk for diabetics

(Reuters Health) - People with diabetes who regularly eat nuts may be less likely to develop heart disease than their counterparts who rarely, if ever, consume nuts, a U.S. study suggests.

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00:39 Reuters.com HealthClimate change could raise risk of congenital heart defects

(Reuters Health) - More babies could be born with heart defects in the future as global warming puts pregnant women at greater risk of exposure to dangerously high temperatures, new research suggests.

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00:37 Euronews.NetSpanish town loses 46,000 kilos in a year in healthy lifestyle initiative

The Spanish town of Narón last year launched a pioneering healthy lifestyle initiative to help its residents shed a collective 100,000 kilos over a two-year period. So far, it seems to be working.

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19.02.2019
23:55 LiveScience.com'Young Blood' Transfusions to Prevent Aging Are Unproven and Risky, FDA Warns

If you think the idea of getting a transfusion with "young blood" to ward off aging sounds far-fetched, well, U.S. health officials agree.

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23:53 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: What are the best lower chest exercises?

People can strengthen and define the lower chest by performing exercises that target the pectoral muscles. These exercises use either barbells, dumbbells, cables, or a person's own body weight. In this article, we look at five specific strength training exercises for the lower chest.

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21:29 CNBC top newsPeople are pumping young blood into their bodies to reverse aging, but the FDA says don't do it

The FDA is advising against "young blood" infusions, in which people are infused with plasma from young donors. It warns consumers that clinics are making unproven claims that the treatment can reverse aging.

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20:05 ScienceDaily.comCRISPR/Cas9 therapy can suppress aging, enhance health and extend life span in mice

Researchers have developed a new gene therapy to help decelerate the aging process. The findings highlight a novel CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing therapy that can suppress the accelerated aging observed in mice with Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that also afflicts humans.

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19:02 CNBC health careFDA discourages people against 'young blood' infusions, which make unproven claims to reverse aging

The FDA is advising against "young blood" infusions, in which people are infused with plasma from young donors. It warns consumers that clinics are making unproven claims that the treatment can reverse aging.

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14:48 Technology.orgNew diet, new teeth

Dinosaurs like T. rex likely grew new teeth in different ways to best suit their changing diet as they developed

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12:49 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Ability to do pushups may predict cardiovascular risk

Recent research has found a strong link between a man's ability to complete numerous pushups and his risk of developing cardiovascular problems.

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05:34 Gizmag Great white shark genome has been sequenced, revealing clues to longevity and cancer resistance


To many of us, the great white shark is a mysterious and scary creature from the deep – but now it's a little less mysterious. A team of scientists has sequenced the entire genome of the great white shark, revealing a few clues as to how these animals are so good at healing wounds and resisting cancer.
.. Continue Reading Great white shark genome has been sequenced, revealing clues to longevity and cancer resistance Category: Biology Tags: Cornell University DNA Genetics Genome Marine Marine Biology Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute NSU Sharks

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18.02.2019
23:08 ScienceDaily.comThe Lypla1 gene impacts obesity in a sex-specific manner

Susceptibility to obesity, insulin resistance and other cardio-metabolic traits may also be dependent on a person's sex. An international research team studied sex differences and sex-specific interaction with the genetic background in cardio-metabolic phenotypes. The researchers discovered, among other things, a sex-specific obesity locus of the Lypla1 gene, which is associated with human obesity.

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22:04 News-Medical.NetNew protocol can help identify febrile infants at low risk for serious bacterial infections

A national research team led by UC Davis Health clinicians and researchers from the University of Michigan, Nationwide Children's Hospital and Columbia University, has derived and validated a new protocol for emergency departments that can determine which infant patients with fevers, age 60 days or younger, are at low risk of significant bacterial infections.

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21:41 News-Medical.NetStudy examines link between supply of primary care physicians and life expectancy

This study used U.S. population data to identify changes in the supply of primary care physicians across counties from 2005 to 2015 and the association with life expectancy and other outcomes.

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20:57 Reuters.com HealthSupply of primary care doctors linked with mortality rates

(Reuters Health) - Mortality rates are lower in American communities with more primary care physicians than in areas of the country with fewer doctors, a study suggests.

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16:36 TechInvestorNews.comBest disk cloning software of 2019: Protect yourself from data loss (Jonas DeMuro/TechRadar)

Jonas DeMuro / TechRadarBest disk cloning software of 2019: Protect yourself from data loss - Well show you how to choose the right software to copy your hard drive, bit by bit. Disk cloning is the process of creating an exact, uncompressed replica of your systems hard drive onto another drive. A related term that sometimes folks use interchangeably, but is not, is the process ...

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16:00 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Marijuana may be risky for those with heart disease

The case of a 70-year-old man who had a heart attack after eating a marijuana lollipop has caused concern in the medical community.

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15:26 News-Medical.NetHormone therapy during gender transition may increase risk for cardiovascular events

Patients receiving hormone therapy as part of their gender-transition treatment had an elevated risk for cardiovascular events, including strokes, heart attacks and blood clots, according to a study published in the American Heart Association's journal Circulation.

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13:57 Technology.org’Longevity Protein’ Rejuvenates Muscle Healing in Old Mice

One of the downsides to getting older is that skeletal muscle loses its ability to heal after injury.

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10:12 Google news Sci/TechYou'll Live Longer If You Can Do This Many Push Ups, Say Scientists - D'Marge

You'll Live Longer If You Can Do This Many Push Ups, Say Scientists  D'MargeHow Many Push-Ups You Can Do Could Predict Your Risk of Heart Disease  ScienceAlertHow many push-ups can you do? Study finds men who can do 40 have lower risk of heart disease  USA TODAYHarvard Study of 1000 Men Identified One Exercise That Predicts 96% lower Heart Attack Risk  Inc.The Big Number: 40 push-ups linked to better heart health in men  Washington PostView full coverage on Google News

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09:05 News-Medical.NetPatients with diabetes mellitus have high risk of stable ischemic heart disease

More than 30 million Americans have diabetes mellitus, and heart disease is the cause of death in 68% of them.

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08:11 News-Medical.NetScientists identify link between drinking contexts and early onset intoxication among adolescents

Early onset drinking, drinking and intoxication at an early age among adolescents, has been identified as a primary risk for later heavy drinking, alcohol problems, and alcohol dependence among youth and young adults. To prevent or delay early onset drinking, we must know more about the modifiable circumstances that enable these behaviors.

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01:30 TechInvestorNews.comAging Americans are a big market for tech investors, who also want to track their parents (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsAging Americans are a big market for tech investors, who also want to track their parents - Techies are finding new uses for consumer devices to help monitor their aging parents, who are increasingly opting to live independently. ...

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01:19 CNBC health careAging Americans are a big market for tech investors, who also want to track their parents

Techies are finding new uses for consumer devices to help monitor their aging parents, who are increasingly opting to live independently.

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00:15 CNBC technologyAging Americans are a big market for tech investors, who also want to track their parents

Techies are finding new uses for consumer devices to help monitor their aging parents, who are increasingly opting to live independently.

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00:04 CNBC top newsAging Americans are a big market for tech investors, who also want to track their parents

Techies are finding new uses for consumer devices to help monitor their aging parents, who are increasingly opting to live independently.

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17.02.2019
12:57 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Diabetes and Alzheimer's: What's the link?

Although scientists have linked Alzheimer's and diabetes, the exact connection has been difficult to unpick. A recent study now gives further insight.

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12:26 Google news HealthDrinking Diet Soft Drinks 'Increases Risk Of Dying Young From Stroke And Heart Attack' - baltimorejewishlife.com

Drinking Diet Soft Drinks 'Increases Risk Of Dying Young From Stroke And Heart Attack'  baltimorejewishlife.com5 reasons you need to stop consuming soft drinks right away - cause strokes, acne, diabetes and more  Times NowDrinking Two or More Diet Sodas a Day Linked to Stroke, Heart-Attack Risk, Study Says  FortuneConsuming two or more diet drinks per day 'could increase risk of stroke and heart disease'  The IndependentDiet drinks 'increase the risk of stroke and heart disease'  Wales OnlineView full coverage on Google News

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12:26 Google news Sci/TechDrinking Diet Soft Drinks 'Increases Risk Of Dying Young From Stroke And Heart Attack' - baltimorejewishlife.com

Drinking Diet Soft Drinks 'Increases Risk Of Dying Young From Stroke And Heart Attack'  baltimorejewishlife.com5 reasons you need to stop consuming soft drinks right away - cause strokes, acne, diabetes and more  Times NowDrinking Two or More Diet Sodas a Day Linked to Stroke, Heart-Attack Risk, Study Says  FortuneConsuming two or more diet drinks per day 'could increase risk of stroke and heart disease'  The IndependentDiet drinks 'increase the risk of stroke and heart disease'  Wales OnlineView full coverage on Google News

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12:15 Google news HealthBooker slams Trump over border emergency, says he won't push his vegan diet on Americans - Fox News

Booker slams Trump over border emergency, says he won't push his vegan diet on Americans  Fox NewsThe Latest: Gillibrand accuses Trump of dividing people  ABC NewsView full coverage on Google News

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12:15 Google news Sci/TechBooker slams Trump over border emergency, says he won't push his vegan diet on Americans - Fox News

Booker slams Trump over border emergency, says he won't push his vegan diet on Americans  Fox NewsThe Latest: Gillibrand accuses Trump of dividing people  ABC NewsView full coverage on Google News

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16.02.2019
23:33 ScientificAmerican.ComHuman Diet Drugs Kill Mosquitoes' Appetite Too

When researchers fed mosquitoes a drug used to treat people for obesity, the insects were less interested in hunting for their next human meal ticket. Karen Hopkin reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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19:32 WhatReallyHappened.com'Race is not biological, it's a social construct': Scientists say ethnicity does NOT determine health risks - and doctors who say so are just fueling 'racial prejudice'

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12:45 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Exercise boosts well-being by improving gut health

Researchers believe that physical activity can influence a person's overall health because of its effect on gut health. A new study explains the link.

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07:47 Google news HealthDrinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks - KSL.com

Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks  KSL.comDiet Sodas And Juices Are Linked To Higher Stroke Risk, Study Says | TIME  TIMEDrinking 2 or more diet sodas a day linked to stroke, heart disease: study  Fox NewsStudy: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death  The TakeoutDrinking Diet Coke every day 'increases risk of early DEATH' | Mens and Womens symptoms, causes and cures  Daily StarView full coverage on Google News

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07:47 Google news Sci/TechDrinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks - KSL.com

Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks  KSL.comDiet Sodas And Juices Are Linked To Higher Stroke Risk, Study Says | TIME  TIMEDrinking 2 or more diet sodas a day linked to stroke, heart disease: study  Fox NewsStudy: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death  The TakeoutDrinking Diet Coke every day 'increases risk of early DEATH' | Mens and Womens symptoms, causes and cures  Daily StarView full coverage on Google News

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04:19 BBC HealthShort bursts of intense exercise 'better for weight loss'

Researchers suggest bursts of high intensity workouts, like sprinting, are more effective for weight loss.

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03:48 Google news HealthStudy: Drinking two or more diet sodas a day could increase risk of heart attack and stroke - Deseret News

Study: Drinking two or more diet sodas a day could increase risk of heart attack and stroke  Deseret NewsDiet Sodas And Juices Are Linked To Higher Stroke Risk, Study Says | TIME  TIMEStudy: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death  The TakeoutDrinking 2 or more diet sodas a day linked to stroke, heart disease: study  Fox NewsWhat we know about diet soda's connection to heart disease, stroke, and early death  Popular ScienceView full coverage on Google News

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03:48 Google news Sci/TechStudy: Drinking two or more diet sodas a day could increase risk of heart attack and stroke - Deseret News

Study: Drinking two or more diet sodas a day could increase risk of heart attack and stroke  Deseret NewsDiet Sodas And Juices Are Linked To Higher Stroke Risk, Study Says | TIME  TIMEStudy: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death  The TakeoutDrinking 2 or more diet sodas a day linked to stroke, heart disease: study  Fox NewsWhat we know about diet soda's connection to heart disease, stroke, and early death  Popular ScienceView full coverage on Google News

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15.02.2019
23:36 Google news HealthStudy: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death - The Takeout

Study: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death  The TakeoutDrinking 2 or more diet sodas a day linked to stroke, heart disease: study  Fox NewsDiet Sodas And Juices Are Linked To Higher Stroke Risk, Study Says | TIME  TIMEDiet drinks linked to a higher risk of stroke after the menopause  Medical News TodayStudy links diet drinks to greater risk strokes, heart disease for women over 50  WCNCView full coverage on Google News

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23:36 Google news Sci/TechStudy: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death - The Takeout

Study: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death  The TakeoutDrinking 2 or more diet sodas a day linked to stroke, heart disease: study  Fox NewsDiet Sodas And Juices Are Linked To Higher Stroke Risk, Study Says | TIME  TIMEDiet drinks linked to a higher risk of stroke after the menopause  Medical News TodayStudy links diet drinks to greater risk strokes, heart disease for women over 50  WCNCView full coverage on Google News

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22:41 TechInvestorNews.comDiet soda may dramatically increase your risk of heart attack and stroke, study shows (Mike Wehner/Boy Genius Report)

Mike Wehner / Boy Genius ReportDiet soda may dramatically increase your risk of heart attack and stroke, study shows - If youre watching your weight to start the new year you might be tempted to opt for anything labeled diet. As it turns out, diet soda might not be the best choice if you actually care about your health, as a new study warns that indulging in low-calorie beverages packed ...

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22:28 Medscape.ComNSAID Kidney Risk Underestimated in Young, Active Adults

High doses of prescribed NSAIDS are linked to increased risk of potentially preventable cases of acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease in active young adults.

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21:54 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Diet drinks linked to a higher risk of stroke after the menopause

A large, long-term study of postmenopausal women has linked higher consumption of diet drinks to a raised risk of stroke, heart disease, and death.

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21:45 Google news HealthStudy: 2 or more diet drinks a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks - WSET

Study: 2 or more diet drinks a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks  WSETStudy: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death  The TakeoutDiet Sodas And Juices Are Linked To Higher Stroke Risk, Study Says | TIME  TIMEDrinking 2 or more diet sodas a day linked to stroke, heart disease: study  Fox NewsStudy links diet drinks to greater risk strokes, heart disease for women over 50  WCNCView full coverage on Google News

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21:45 Google news Sci/TechStudy: 2 or more diet drinks a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks - WSET

Study: 2 or more diet drinks a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks  WSETStudy: Daily diet drinks linked to strokes, heart attacks, and early death  The TakeoutDiet Sodas And Juices Are Linked To Higher Stroke Risk, Study Says | TIME  TIMEDrinking 2 or more diet sodas a day linked to stroke, heart disease: study  Fox NewsStudy links diet drinks to greater risk strokes, heart disease for women over 50  WCNCView full coverage on Google News

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20:59 Medscape.ComEU Panel Recommends Fenspiride Suspension Because of Heart Risks

The potential risk of serious heart rhythm problems associated with fenspiride prompts the EMA's safety committee to recommend suspending its use pending further review.

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