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22.05.2019
03:53 News-Medical.NetFemale firefighters at high risk for PTSD symptoms and suicide ideation

In the heavily male-dominated firefighting profession, females seem to take on a majority of stress. Consuelo Arbona, UH professor of counseling psychology reports in the journal Occupational Medicine that one-fifth of female firefighters in a large, urban fire department experience post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and are at higher risk of contemplating suicide than their male colleagues.

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03:30 Google news Sci/TechElon Musk exercises Tesla options for 175,000 fresh shares - MarketWatch

Elon Musk exercises Tesla options for 175,000 fresh shares  MarketWatchApple bid to buy Tesla in 2013 for $240 a share, analyst says  CNBCTesla hires the 'absolute unit' meme guy to run its social media  MashableApple tried to buy Tesla for more than it’s currently worth a few years ago, report says  ElectrekTesla lowers prices on Models S and X amid stock slump  CNBCView full coverage on Google News

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03:18 Google news HealthElon Musk exercises Tesla options for 175,000 fresh shares - MarketWatch

Elon Musk exercises Tesla options for 175,000 fresh shares  MarketWatchApple bid to buy Tesla in 2013 for $240 a share, analyst says  CNBCApple tried to buy Tesla for more than it’s currently worth a few years ago, report says  ElectrekTesla reduces prices on Models S and X amid stock slump  Yahoo FinanceNothing Elon Musk has done has stopped the bleeding at Tesla — and things look like they're going to get worse  Business InsiderView full coverage on Google News

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01:06 Reuters.com HealthMore evidence welding fumes raise lung cancer risk

(Reuters Health) - Workers exposed to welding fumes are more likely to develop lung cancer than those not exposed to the fumes, and a new study suggests this holds true regardless of other risk factors like smoking or exposure to asbestos.

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01:00 ScienceDaily.comDawn-to-sunset fasting suggests potential new treatment for obesity-related conditions

Fasting from dawn to sunset for 30 days increased levels of proteins that play a crucial role in improving insulin resistance and protecting against the risks from a high-fat, high-sugar diet, according to researchers.

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00:27 CNN HealthHow black women are walking away from the obesity epidemic

Across the US, obesity rates have risen and life expectancy has declined.

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00:12 ScienceDaily.comCertain placental stem cells can regenerate heart after heart attack

Researchers have identified a new stem cell type that can significantly improve cardiac function.

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21.05.2019
23:38 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: What are the health benefits of lemons vs. limes?

Lemons and limes have very similar health benefits and nutritional profiles. This article looks at the benefits and uses of these citrus fruits.

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21:22 News-Medical.NetBlood proteins may be useful for predicting risk of developing heart failure

Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of pain, suffering and death in the United States, and despite tremendous advances in knowledge on prevention, treatment of risk factors such as cholesterol, blood pressure and obesity is not optimal.

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20:57 News-Medical.NetAdditional surgical procedure may reduce risk of ACL re-injury in young athletes

An anterior cruciate ligament tear, an injury of the knee, can be devastating to a young athlete. While the ACL can be reconstructed through surgery, there is a high risk of re-injury in patients under the age of 25.

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20:45 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Cirrhosis and liver cancer risk higher in people with type 2 diabetes

A large European study now suggests that many diagnoses of cirrhosis and liver cancer come too late, and that diabetes might be an independent risk factor.

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19:57 News-Medical.NetStudy suggests exercise as new primary prescription for psychiatric patients

When it comes to inpatient treatment of a range of mental health and mood disorders -- from anxiety and depression to schizophrenia, suicidality and acute psychotic episodes -- a new study advocates for exercise, rather than psychotropic medications, as the primary prescription and method of intervention.

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19:42 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Sleep apnea and cancer: Is there a link, and in what cases?

New research analyzing a large dataset suggests there may be a link between sleep apnea and the likelihood of developing cancer, especially in women.

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19:30 Medscape.ComMediterranean Diet May Keep Late-Life Depression at Bay

Adherence to a Mediterranean diet may guard against late-life depression, new research shows.

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18:52 News-Medical.NetDistractions and exercise may be key to managing chronic pain

A man who developed scoliosis as a teenager has developed ways to cope with chronic pain without using pain medication.

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17:59 ScienceDaily.comInhibition of protein phosphorylation promotes optic nerve regeneration after injury

Research results suggest that the inhibition of phosphorylation of microtubule-binding protein CRMP2 could be a novel approach to the development of treatments for optic neuropathies, such as glaucoma and traumatic injury.

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16:49 News-Medical.NetResearchers explore link between aging fat cells and Alzheimer's

Scientists want to know whether our aging fat cells are important to the onset and progression of Alzheimer's.

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15:19 News-Medical.NetUltra-processed diet increases calorie consumption and weight gain

Experts have long suspected that increased consumption of processed foods over the past 50 years has been a primary driver of the obesity epidemic.

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13:23 FightAging.OrgAnother Cholesterol-Lowering Variant that Reduces Heart Disease Risk, but This One Has Unfortunate Side Effects

In recent years, researchers have discovered a number of human gene variants or mutations that significantly lower blood cholesterol, and this also the risk of heart disease, such as DSCAML1, ANGPTL4, and ASGR1. Why does this work? Oxidized cholesterol contributes to the development of atherosclerosis with advancing age, by causing macrophages to falter in their work of removing cholesterol from blood vessel walls, become inflammatory, transform into foam cells, and die, leaving debris that grows the lesions the cells are trying to repair. Reducing overall cholesterol works because it reduces oxidized cholesterol as well. Yet this business of reducing blood cholesterol is unfortunately far from the most efficient way to tackle atherosclerosis. It can only slow it down, and not produce significant reversal of existing […]

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10:02 Technology.orgEstrogen receptors might hold key in obesity prevention

Despite countless fad diets, both obesity and metabolic diseases continue to plague communities across the U.S. Now, researchers

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10:00 News-Medical.NetOverweight and obese adolescents have similar increased risks of heart disorders

A study performed in Brazil by researchers from São Paulo State University suggests that overweight and obese adolescents have similar increased risks of developing heart disorders. The results of cardiovascular fitness tests with volunteers aged 10-17 were similar in both groups.

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10:00 News-Medical.NetTeen drivers with ADHD more likely to crash and get traffic violations for risky driving

Teen drivers diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder are significantly more likely to crash, be issued traffic and moving violations, and engage in risky driving behaviors than their peers without ADHD, according to a Children's Hospital of Philadelphia study published today in the journal Pediatrics.

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04:22 BBC HealthDon't be complacent over laughing gas risks, say nurses

Nurses are warning drug use can cause breathing and heart problems - and sometimes death.

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20.05.2019
23:29 BBC HealthHeart scan 'could pick up signs of sudden death risk'

Researchers used detailed images of the heart to look for signs of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

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22:18 CNN HealthIs vegan diet healthy for kids? Belgian doctors say no

Belgium's Royal Academy of Medicine recommended last week that children, teens, pregnant women and nursing mothers do not follow a vegan diet.

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22:08 FierceBiotech.comMount Sinai researchers isolate placental cells that regenerate damaged hearts in mice

Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have shown in a study that Cdx2 cells from the placenta can migrate through the circulatory system and target heart injuries. In male mouse models of heart attack, the cells regenerated damaged tissue.

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20:43 Google news HealthThe Latest: US conducts navy exercises in Arabian Sea - Fox News

The Latest: US conducts navy exercises in Arabian Sea  Fox NewsIranians see Donald Trump as erratic, untrustworthy adversary  Washington TimesAirliners flying over Persian Gulf face risk of being misidentified, U.S. diplomats warned  CBS This MorningView full coverage on Google News

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20:43 Google news Sci/TechThe Latest: US conducts navy exercises in Arabian Sea - Fox News

The Latest: US conducts navy exercises in Arabian Sea  Fox NewsIranians see Donald Trump as erratic, untrustworthy adversary  Washington TimesAirliners flying over Persian Gulf face risk of being misidentified, U.S. diplomats warned  CBS This MorningView full coverage on Google News

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14:13 Phys.orgIntensive silviculture accelerates Atlantic rainforest biodiversity regeneration

An experiment conducted in Brazil in an area of Atlantic Rainforest suggests that intensive silviculture, including the use of herbicide and substantial amounts of fertilizer, is a more effective approach to promoting the regeneration of tropical forest and biomass gain than the traditional method based on manual weeding and less fertilizer.

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14:11 News-Medical.NetResearchers examine effects of prediabetes on cardiac risk of patients with CAD

Prediabetes, the precursor stage before type 2 diabetes, does not increase the cardiac risk of patients with coronary artery disease.

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14:11 News-Medical.NetDietary cholesterol or egg consumption not linked with elevated risk of stroke

A new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows that a moderately high intake of dietary cholesterol or consumption of up to one egg per day is not associated with an elevated risk of stroke.

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13:20 BBC HealthLiposuction rise linked to gym wear trend

More women are seeking surgery, possibly to get a body that looks good in trendy gym clothing, says surgeon.

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10:14 News-Medical.NetWalking and muscle-strengthening activities associated with reduced risk of cirrhosis-related death

Physical activity, including walking and muscle-strengthening activities, were associated with significantly reduced risk of cirrhosis-related death, according to research presented at Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2019.

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09:33 News-Medical.NetNew project involves understanding link between opioid crisis and cancer

Jennifer Havens, Ph.D., professor of behavioral science in the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, faculty member in the Center on Drug and Alcohol Research and member of the team awarded $87 million through the National Institutes of Health's HEALing Communities study, has spent the past decade studying the transmission of infectious disease and advocating for the expansion of harm reduction programs.

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08:32 News-Medical.NetStudy: People with type 2 diabetes are at particular risk of deadly liver disease

Many patients with potentially deadly liver cirrhosis and liver cancer are being diagnosed at late advanced stages of disease, according to a study led by Queen Mary University of London and the University of Glasgow.

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08:30 News-Medical.NetGene linked to rare progressive brain disease causes new kind of congenital disorder

A new kind of congenital disorder caused by a group of mutations in a gene previously linked only to a rare progressive brain disease has been discovered by an international team co-led by Saudi investigators.

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03:55 GizmagPeasant pottery sheds light on medieval English diets


A new study from the University of Bristol claims to have, for the first time, found direct, definitive evidence of the food eaten by medieval common folk in England. Based on the chemical analysis of food residue found on pottery fragments from excavations of the village of West Cotton in Raunds, Northamptonshire, as well bones from the site and historical documents, the Bristol team found culinary insights along with evidence of animal husbandry and butchery.
.. Continue Reading Peasant pottery sheds light on medieval English diets Category: Science Tags: Archeology Food University of Bristol

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03:31 WhatReallyHappened.comBank of America Predicts Immortality Will Be Next Hot Investment

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19.05.2019
08:29 Google news HealthRedefining Manhood: Men Look To Men For Healthier Norms : Shots - Health News - NPR

Redefining Manhood: Men Look To Men For Healthier Norms : Shots - Health News  NPR American men face higher rates of suicide than women and higher rates of incarceration. In the age of #MeToo, some men are turning to each other to build ...
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08:29 Google news Sci/TechRedefining Manhood: Men Look To Men For Healthier Norms : Shots - Health News - NPR

Redefining Manhood: Men Look To Men For Healthier Norms : Shots - Health News  NPR American men face higher rates of suicide than women and higher rates of incarceration. In the age of #MeToo, some men are turning to each other to build ...
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18.05.2019
16:04 Google news HealthCalories, Carbs, Fat, Fiber: Unraveling The Links Between Breast Cancer And Diet - NPR

Calories, Carbs, Fat, Fiber: Unraveling The Links Between Breast Cancer And Diet  NPRNew study suggests that certain diets lower risk of death from breast cancer  Fox NewsStudy Says Low Risk Breast Cancer Patients See Similar Survival Rates With Partial Radiation  CBS PhillyWorker-run farm in Northampton to help make healthy food more accessible  WWLP-22NewsHealth Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS MiamiView full coverage on Google News

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16:04 Google news Sci/TechCalories, Carbs, Fat, Fiber: Unraveling The Links Between Breast Cancer And Diet - NPR

Calories, Carbs, Fat, Fiber: Unraveling The Links Between Breast Cancer And Diet  NPRNew study suggests that certain diets lower risk of death from breast cancer  Fox NewsStudy Says Low Risk Breast Cancer Patients See Similar Survival Rates With Partial Radiation  CBS PhillyWorker-run farm in Northampton to help make healthy food more accessible  WWLP-22NewsHealth Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS MiamiView full coverage on Google News

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15:39 Google news HealthNew study suggests that certain diets lower risk of death from breast cancer - Fox News

New study suggests that certain diets lower risk of death from breast cancer  Fox NewsStudy Says Low Risk Breast Cancer Patients See Similar Survival Rates With Partial Radiation  CBS PhillyWorker-run farm in Northampton to help make healthy food more accessible  WWLP-22NewsHealth Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS MiamiView full coverage on Google News

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15:39 Google news Sci/TechNew study suggests that certain diets lower risk of death from breast cancer - Fox News

New study suggests that certain diets lower risk of death from breast cancer  Fox NewsStudy Says Low Risk Breast Cancer Patients See Similar Survival Rates With Partial Radiation  CBS PhillyWorker-run farm in Northampton to help make healthy food more accessible  WWLP-22NewsHealth Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS MiamiView full coverage on Google News

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11:49 Google news HealthTheresa May's steady diet of faint hope - BBC News

Theresa May's steady diet of faint hope  BBC NewsBrexit talks collapse, setting up Theresa May’s likely departure  The Washington PostTheresa May scolds Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage saying only the Conservatives can deliver Brexit  The SunIs there a single blue-rinse Tory who doesn’t fancy a knee-trembler with Boris Johnson?  The GuardianBoris Johnson Gets His Chance to Fail Too  BloombergView full coverage on Google News

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11:49 Google news Sci/TechTheresa May's steady diet of faint hope - BBC News

Theresa May's steady diet of faint hope  BBC NewsBrexit talks collapse, setting up Theresa May’s likely departure  The Washington PostTheresa May scolds Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage saying only the Conservatives can deliver Brexit  The SunIs there a single blue-rinse Tory who doesn’t fancy a knee-trembler with Boris Johnson?  The GuardianBoris Johnson Gets His Chance to Fail Too  BloombergView full coverage on Google News

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11:47 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Dementia: New WHO prevention guidelines evaluate 12 risk factors

The WHO have recently released a new set of guidelines around strategies for dementia prevention, in which they evaluate potential interventions.

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00:55 Medscape.ComEU Panel Backs Market Withdrawal of Fenspiride Due to Heart Risk

The European Medicines Agency's Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee recommended revoking marketing authorizations for fenspiride medicines, preventing them from being marketed in the EU.

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00:19 Medscape.ComEMA Puts Temporary Restrictions on Tofacitinib Due to PE Risk

The EMA's safety committee advises physicians not to prescribe the 10-mg twice-daily dose of tofacitinib to patients who are at high risk for pulmonary embolism, pending results of an ongoing safety review.

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17.05.2019
23:21 Reuters.com HealthSmokers have higher risk for multiple strokes

(Reuters Health) - Smokers who have a stroke are much more likely to have another one if they don't quit or at least cut back, a Chinese study suggests.

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22:44 Google news HealthOver-processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day - News 5 Cleveland

Over-processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day  News 5 ClevelandOverprocessed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day  CNNProcessed foods make us fatter, lead to cancer, and are linked with early death. But what exactly is a processed food?  Business InsiderProcessed Foods, Regardless Of Nutrition, Still Cause Weight Gain - The Crux  Discover MagazineProcessed food really does make you gain weight  Popular ScienceView full coverage on Google News

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22:44 Google news Sci/TechOver-processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day - News 5 Cleveland

Over-processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day  News 5 ClevelandOverprocessed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day  CNNProcessed foods make us fatter, lead to cancer, and are linked with early death. But what exactly is a processed food?  Business InsiderProcessed Foods, Regardless Of Nutrition, Still Cause Weight Gain - The Crux  Discover MagazineProcessed food really does make you gain weight  Popular ScienceView full coverage on Google News

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22:03 ScienceDaily.comElectric car switch on for health benefits

Could the health benefits and reduced costs to healthcare systems be enough to justify subsidizing charging infrastructure to allow society to switch from the internal combustion engine to electric vehicles faster than current trends predict?

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21:30 Medscape.ComHigh Vitamin B6, B12 May Increase Hip Fracture Risk

A combined high intake of vitamins B6 and B12 was linked to an increased hip fracture risk, a study found.

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19:28 Medscape.ComHigh Juice Consumption May Up Mortality Risk

Despite fruit juice's reputation as a healthier alternative to soda, the sugar in fruit juice may be just as dangerous, study shows.

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18:51 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Many women at risk of heart disease don't exercise enough

New research examines the patterns of physical activity among women in the United States who also have a form of cardiovascular disease.

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18:48 Nature.ComDaily briefing: First randomized controlled trial shows why a junk-food diet packs on weight

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18:14 CNN HealthIt's not just soda: Drinking too much fruit juice (or any sugary drink) linked to premature death risk

Many sugar-sweetened beverages have little to no nutritional value and lots of calories, and their harmful health effects have been well-documented. Now, a study links drinking too many sugary beverages -- and even 100% natural fruit juices -- to an increased risk of early death.

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18:03 WhatReallyHappened.comHow Equities Can Reduce Longevity Risk

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17:37 CNN HealthOver-processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day, causing weight gain

Less expensive, easier to prepare ultra-processed foods can make you fat, a new study says.

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14:19 News-Medical.NetDog ownership strongly linked to DNA make-up, says new study

A surprising new study shows that the difference in genetic blueprint explains more than 50% of the variation between those who choose to own dogs and those who don’t.

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13:55 News-Medical.NetStudy explores why people at risk for Huntington's disease choose not to undergo genetic testing

As many as 90 percent of individuals who have a parent with Huntington's disease (HD) choose not to take a gene test that reveals if they will also develop the fatal disorder -- and a new study details the reasons why.

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09:21 News-Medical.NetStudy may help identify patients at relapse risk after treatment for cocaine use disorder

A study conducted at the University of São Paulo in Brazil and described in an article published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence may help healthcare workers identify patients who risk relapse after undergoing treatment for cocaine use disorder.

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08:44 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: What to know about a low-protein diet

People with kidney-related illnesses may benefit from a low-protein diet. Key changes can help people create a varied, healthful, low-protein diet plan that works for them. Learn more here.

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04:47 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: A guide to low-carb diets for diabetes

A low-carb diet is one strategy to help manage diabetes symptoms and reduce the risk of complications. In this article, learn why a low-carb diet helps, what to eat, and what to avoid.

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16.05.2019
23:48 Google news HealthA New Diet Study Confirms Your Worst Suspicions About Ultra-Processed Foods - Gizmodo

A New Diet Study Confirms Your Worst Suspicions About Ultra-Processed Foods  GizmodoIt's Not Just Salt, Sugar, Fat: Study Finds Ultra-Processed Foods Drive Weight Gain  NPRThere's evidence for the first time that processed foods like muffins and quesadillas cause us to eat about 500 more calories every day  Business InsiderUltraprocessed foods cause people to gain weight, study finds  NBC NewsUltra-Processed Foods Show “Surprising Effects” on Appetite and Weight  InverseView full coverage on Google News

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23:48 Google news Sci/TechA New Diet Study Confirms Your Worst Suspicions About Ultra-Processed Foods - Gizmodo

A New Diet Study Confirms Your Worst Suspicions About Ultra-Processed Foods  GizmodoIt's Not Just Salt, Sugar, Fat: Study Finds Ultra-Processed Foods Drive Weight Gain  NPRThere's evidence for the first time that processed foods like muffins and quesadillas cause us to eat about 500 more calories every day  Business InsiderUltraprocessed foods cause people to gain weight, study finds  NBC NewsUltra-Processed Foods Show “Surprising Effects” on Appetite and Weight  InverseView full coverage on Google News

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23:34 News-Medical.NetUnderstanding neurotoxic side effects of CAR T-cell therapy

The recent advent of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy has revolutionized the clinical treatment of cancer.

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22:56 ScienceDaily.comScientists find new type of cell that helps tadpoles' tails regenerate

Researchers have uncovered a specialized population of skin cells that coordinate tail regeneration in frogs. These 'Regeneration-Organizing Cells' help to explain one of the great mysteries of nature and may offer clues about how this ability might be achieved in mammalian tissues.

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22:46 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: What are the side effects of Adderall?

Adderall is a stimulant drug that people with ADHD can take to relieve their symptoms. Adderall can have mild to severe side effects. Learn more here.

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21:10 Phys.orgScientists find new type of cell that helps tadpoles' tails regenerate

Researchers at the University of Cambridge have uncovered a specialised population of skin cells that coordinate tail regeneration in frogs. These 'Regeneration-Organizing Cells' help to explain one of the great mysteries of nature and may offer clues about how this ability might be achieved in mammalian tissues.

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20:55 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Could gut bacteria explain the link between stress and autoimmune disease?

A mouse study shows that persistent social stress alters gut bacteria in ways that raise the likelihood of immune system attacks on the body's own tissues.

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20:33 Phys.orgElectric car switch on for health benefits

Could the health benefits and reduced costs to healthcare systems be enough to justify subsidizing charging infrastructure to allow society to switch from the internal combustion engine to electric vehicles faster than current trends predict?

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20:29 Nature.ComFirst strict test shows why a junk-food diet packs on weight

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19:51 NewScientist.ComPeasants in medieval England ate a diet of meat stew and cheese

Medieval peasants mainly ate stews of meat and vegetables, along with dairy products such as cheese, according to a study of old cooking pots

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18:44 Reuters.com HealthHealthy diet cuts risk of dying from breast cancer in older women

A balanced, low-fat diet significantly lowers the risk of dying from breast cancer in postmenopausal women, according to new long-term data from the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) Dietary Modification trial.

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17:55 News-Medical.NetNeurological Side Effects of CAR T-Cell Therapy Revealed

Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital quantified the neurological symptoms associated with CAR T-cell therapy and found that 77 percent of patients receiving the treatment experienced at least one neurological side effect.

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17:06 Phys.orgAnalysis of the Palaeolithic diet shows no social divisions in food consumption

Biochemical analysis of human remains has become a key feature in our understanding of past peoples. Ancient DNA and stable isotope analysis are now considered primary sources of information in the study of the geographic mobility of populations, their genetic affinities, and their diets.

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17:06 Phys.orgNew power supply unit lets electrical devices live longer

From the charging unit for smartphones to the power supply of the laptop or washing machine to LED lights or charging stations of electric cars – switching power supplies are omnipresent in electrical devices. They convert the alternating current from the house line into the direct current needed by the device. The problem: power supplies are susceptible to errors, which also reduces the service life of end devices. Researchers of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have now developed a power supply unit with a significantly increased service life.

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16:10 ScienceDaily.comCancer drugs promote stem cell properties of colorectal cancer

Scientists have now discovered that a certain group of cancer drugs (MEK Inhibitors) activates the cancer-promoting Wnt signalling pathway in colorectal cancer cells. This can lead to the accumulation of tumor cells with stem cell characteristics that are resistant to many therapies and can lead to relapses. The researchers thus provide a possible explanation for why these drugs are not effective in colorectal cancer.

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11:55 News-Medical.NetSurgical care improvement linked to hospital financial performance

Hospitals that perform better on steps to prevent complications after surgery also have better performance on measures of profitability, reports a study in the May/June issue of the Journal of Healthcare Management, an official publication of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

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11:53 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Supplement for joint pain linked to lower heart disease risk

A large new study has found an association between glucosamine, a common dietary supplement for joint pain, and a lower risk of cardiovascular problems.

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11:40 News-Medical.NetMediterranean diet shown to help prevent diabetes and protect the heart

Earlier this year, U.S. News & World Report issued its annual rankings of the best diets. This year's winner: the Mediterranean diet, a plant-based diet shown to help prevent diabetes and protect the heart.

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11:02 News-Medical.NetStudy aims to optimize device implantation in patients with atrial fibrillation and stroke risk

According to clinical studies, about a third of patients with atrial fibrillation will suffer a stroke during their lifetime. Between 70 and 90% of these strokes are caused by a thrombus formed in the left atrial appendage.

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10:25 News-Medical.NetRenal infarction linked with acute kidney injury in patients with cardiac amyloidosis

Systemic amyloidosis is a major cause of renal injury, mostly due to direct kidney damage caused by deposits of abnormal protein called amyloid, in the kidney parenchyma.

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03:34 Google news HealthLow-fat diet helps reduce risk of dying from breast cancer, study finds - NBCNews.com

Low-fat diet helps reduce risk of dying from breast cancer, study finds  NBCNews.comLower-fat diet reduces women’s risk of dying from breast cancer, study says  The Washington PostHealth Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS MiamiLess fat, more fruit may cut risk of dying of breast cancer  The Associated PressLow-fat diet can lower a woman's breast cancer risk, research suggests  CBS NewsView full coverage on Google News

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03:34 Google news Sci/TechLow-fat diet helps reduce risk of dying from breast cancer, study finds - NBCNews.com

Low-fat diet helps reduce risk of dying from breast cancer, study finds  NBCNews.comLower-fat diet reduces women’s risk of dying from breast cancer, study says  The Washington PostHealth Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS MiamiLess fat, more fruit may cut risk of dying of breast cancer  The Associated PressLow-fat diet can lower a woman's breast cancer risk, research suggests  CBS NewsView full coverage on Google News

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02:47 Reuters.com HealthAbortion restrictions carry political risk for Republicans in 2020

The move by states like Alabama, Georgia and Ohio to impose drastic restrictions on abortion could bolster Republicans' support from religious voters wary of President Donald Trump but risks alienating moderates, political experts said on Wednesday.

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00:13 News-Medical.NetA direct link established between chronic insomnia and cognitive problems

Chronic insomnia disorder, which affects approximately 10 percent of adults, has a direct negative impact on cognitive function of people aged 45 and over, independent of the effect of other health issues.

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15.05.2019
23:02 FightAging.OrgTowards Restoration of Neural Stem Cell Function in the Old

Every tissue in the body supported by its own specialized small stem cell populations. The vast majority of cells in the body, known as somatic cells, are limited in the number of times they can divide. Their telomeres shorten with each cell division, and they become senescent or self-destruct when reaching the Hayflick limit on replication, triggered by short telomeres. Stem cells have no such limitation, and use telomerase to maintain telomere length regardless of the number of divisions they undergo. They divide asymmetrically to generate daughter somatic cells with long telomeres that can replace lost somatic cells in order to maintain tissue function. This split between a small privileged cell population and a large, limited cell population most likely evolved because it greatly reduces […]

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22:15 Phys.orgAs bumblebee diets narrow, ours could too

There has been a lot of buzz about honeybees' failing health because they pollinate our produce. Less well known is how critical bumblebees are for some of our favorite foods. And their numbers are also rapidly declining.

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22:03 Technology.orgInjections, exercise promote muscle regrowth after atrophy in mice, study finds

By injecting cells that support blood vessel growth into muscles depleted by inactivity, researchers say they are able

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21:21 ScienceDaily.comAs bumblebee diets narrow, ours could too

A new study reveals the loss of plant diversity harms the humble bumblebee at a critical stage in its development from egg to adult.

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17:56 News-Medical.NetResearch suggests wisdom is linked to happiness and mental health

New research suggests that wisdom is a direct contributor to psychological well-being and happiness.

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16:16 Nature.ComStem-cell and genetic therapies make a healthy marriage

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15:05 News-Medical.NetEarly removal of some pancreatic cysts could decrease cancer risk, save lives

By analyzing medical records of 901 adults who had surgery for a certain type of precancerous pancreatic cyst, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine and The Karolinska Institute in Sweden have updated parameters for an anatomical “marker” that can tell more precisely if these cysts are likely to develop into lethal pancreatic cancers.

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11:37 Technology.orgResearch Brief: Mothers with higher quality diets have slimmer, leaner babies

Obesity is a growing problem among toddlers, children and adolescents in the United States. Gaining weight and fat

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11:23 News-Medical.NetYork researchers share new findings on who is at risk for orthorexia nervosa

Researchers at York University's Faculty of Health say those who have a history of an eating disorder, obsessive-compulsive traits, dieting, poor body image, and a drive for thinness are more likely to develop a pathological obsession with healthy eating or consuming only healthy food, known as orthorexia nervosa.

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11:23 News-Medical.NetImmune system discovery could inform the development of new stem cell therapies

A discovery of how stem cells are protected from viruses could inform the development of therapies for use in medicine, research suggests.

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10:09 Phys.orgSport and exercise science graduates contribute 4 billion to the UK economy every year

Sport and Exercise Science (SES) graduates contribute almost £4 billion a year to the UK economy, supporting almost 150,000 jobs, a new report to be launched in Parliament on Wednesday reveals.

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