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2015/05/04 05:28
2015/05/04 05:28
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The health hazards of sitting for long periods can be offset by two minutes of walking every hour, says a study. Low-intensity activities such as standing may not be enough, according to the findings...
2015/05/04 05:28
2015/05/04 05:28
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2015/05/01 17:52
2015/05/01 17:52
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The American Academy of Pediatrics has a clear policy on the dangers associated with feeding babies unpasteurized milk, but there are no guidelines on the sharing of breast milk among friends or...
2015/05/01 15:52
2015/05/01 15:52
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... is great, but the reality is that the practical amount of vigorous exercise that can be achieved is limited. Our study suggests that even small changes can have a big impact," said senior...
2015/04/29 23:42
2015/04/29 23:42
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... study is important because it suggests that the type of work you do throughout your career may have even more significance on your brain health than your education does," said study author...
2015/04/27 22:10
2015/04/27 22:10
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SILENT KILLER: The so called 'kissing bug' and the damage it can do [Getty and IG] It can cause a parasitic infection that, at its worst, can cause major heart and stomach complications – and even...
2015/04/24 15:46
2015/04/24 15:46
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While nearly all of the 398 hospitals in the study use a variety of measures to protect their patients from Clostridium difficile infections, 48 percent haven't adopted strict limits on the use of...
2015/04/23 11:43
2015/04/23 11:43
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Patients admitted to the hospital on weekends are more likely to get a preventable illness or injury during their stay than people admitted during the week, a large U.S. study finds. Even after...
2015/04/21 07:18
2015/04/21 07:18
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By analyzing air quality data in combination with the volume of asthma-related tweets, researchers are able to predict with 75% accuracy whether the number of asthma-related emergency room visits...
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2015/04/16 09:08
2015/04/16 09:08
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Twitter users who post information about their personal health online might be considered by some to be "over-sharers," but new research led by the University of Arizona suggests that health-related...
2015/04/16 08:24
2015/04/16 08:24
19d
Using an oral topical gel to reduce inflammation of the gums could also prevent vascular inflammation, according to a new study that claims to be the first to demonstrate this finding. "Our research...
2015/04/14 13:42
2015/04/14 13:42
21d
However, even with surgery, as many as ten percent of people will ultimately suffer permanent vision loss due to a problem that has puzzled researchers for decades. "Despite having the detachment...
2015/04/14 12:24
2015/04/14 12:24
21d
... to Try’ measure raises issues of ethics, freedom Posted Apr. 14, 2015 at 6:56 AM Some doctors worry that an effort to grant terminally ill people more access to unproven drugs might offer...
2015/04/12 05:16
2015/04/12 05:16
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... Ellen Weaver has joined 84 Lumber Company as a contractor sales kitchen representative at the company's Altoona store. Weaver is a native of Neville, and is a graduate of Antonelli Institute of...
2015/04/10 00:43
2015/04/10 00:43
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The mental health issues hovering around the crash of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 on March 24 ought not be a cause for the stigmatization of depressive disorders. There is, however, evidence that the...
2015/04/08 01:42
2015/04/08 01:42
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... made a lot of progress toward understanding how to reduce the cancer risks associated with inherited mutations in BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations, but until now, little has been known about how cancer...
2015/05/04 05:28
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