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How surgery could help patients with severe blockages in leg arteriesgroups of people based on unmodifiable factors such as race, gender, ethnicity,
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groups of people based on unmodifiable factors such as race, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status,” Stapleton told Reuters Health by email. “We are shifting the focus from patients and unmodifiable patient factors to looking at... Read more
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Limb amputation rates for blocked arteries vary by race and settinggroups of people based on unmodifiable factors such as race, gender, ethnicity,
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groups of people based on unmodifiable factors such as race, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status,” Stapleton told Reuters Health by email. “We are shifting the focus from patients and unmodifiable patient factors to looking at... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Even without nicotine, e-cigarettes can still damage lungs - studyof white blood cell, upon exposure to flavouring chemicals used in popular e-ci
Eye Witness News / Posted 5 days ago
of white blood cell, upon exposure to flavouring chemicals used in popular e-cigarette liquids. Picture: Pixabay.com (Reuters Health) - E-cigarette liquids sweetened with flavorings like vanilla and cinnamon may harm the lungs even when they... Read more
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Free public transport for older adults tied to less depressionpeople,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and soc
asianage / Posted 7 days ago
people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and social medicine at King’s College London, told Reuters Health by email. “This study should motivate policymakers from other countries to adopt similar concessionary fare... Read more
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Free public transport for elderly linked to 12% decline in depression symptomspeople,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and soc
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and social medicine at King’s College London, told Reuters Health by email. “This study should motivate policymakers from other countries to adopt similar concessionary fare... Read more
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Free pass for public transport for older adults lowers risk of depression, say expertspeople,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and soc
asianage / Posted 9 days ago
people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and social medicine at King’s College London, told Reuters Health by email. “This study should motivate policymakers from other countries to adopt similar concessionary fare... Read more
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Free public transport for older adults tied to less depression, say expertspeople,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and soc
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
people,” lead author Erica Reinhard, of the department of global health and social medicine at King’s College London, told Reuters Health by email. “This study should motivate policymakers from other countries to adopt similar concessionary fare... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
African-Americans disproportionately endangered by HIV/AIDS, says studyHe was not involved with the new study. Dr. Eugene McCray, director of CDC’s D
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
He was not involved with the new study. Dr. Eugene McCray, director of CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, told Reuters Health by email, “These findings underscore the importance of provider and public health efforts to reach all... Read more
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Study finds African-Americans disproportionately endangered by HIV/AIDSHe was not involved with the new study. Dr. Eugene McCray, director of CDC’s D
asianage / Posted 9 days ago
He was not involved with the new study. Dr. Eugene McCray, director of CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, told Reuters Health by email, “These findings underscore the importance of provider and public health efforts to reach all... Read more
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asianage
Swallowed button batteries a concern with 'fidget spinners'kids of all ages, and how poorly marked many of the toy’s packaging is regardin
asianage / Posted 10 days ago
kids of all ages, and how poorly marked many of the toy’s packaging is regarding any warnings,” Dr. Yoseph Gurevich told Reuters Health in an email. “We were also wondering if anyone else at other medical centers around the country has seen... Read more
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Socially active older women benefit from flu vaccineof the influenza vaccine varies by season because circulating strains vary and
asianage / Posted 10 days ago
of the influenza vaccine varies by season because circulating strains vary and are gradually evolving,” Shobugawa told Reuters Health by email. “However, this suggests a need for further efforts to promote vaccination, particularly among... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Swallowed button batteries could lead to severe injuries, doctors warnkids of all ages, and how poorly marked many of the toy’s packaging is regardin
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
kids of all ages, and how poorly marked many of the toy’s packaging is regarding any warnings,” Dr. Yoseph Gurevich told Reuters Health in an email. “We were also wondering if anyone else at other medical centers around the country has seen... Read more
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Flu shots important for socially active older womenof the influenza vaccine varies by season because circulating strains vary and
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
of the influenza vaccine varies by season because circulating strains vary and are gradually evolving,” Shobugawa told Reuters Health by email. “However, this suggests a need for further efforts to promote vaccination, particularly among... Read more
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Youngsters with food allergies are often put at risk by parents, says studythat in some cases, our patients experienced allergic reactions that were assoc
asianage / Posted 10 days ago
that in some cases, our patients experienced allergic reactions that were associated with risk-taking behavior,” Wang told Reuters Health in an email. “It is important to understand the barriers patients and their families face in managing their... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Children with food allergies often put at risk by their parentsthat in some cases, our patients experienced allergic reactions that were assoc
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
that in some cases, our patients experienced allergic reactions that were associated with risk-taking behavior,” Wang told Reuters Health in an email. “It is important to understand the barriers patients and their families face in managing their... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Raw meat-based products may harm pets and ownersby cross-contamination of foods and utensils in the kitchen,” study co-author D
Eye Witness News / Posted 12 days ago
by cross-contamination of foods and utensils in the kitchen,” study co-author Dr Paul Overgaauw of Utrecht University told Reuters Health by email. More than 200 commercial raw meat-based pet food products are available in the Netherlands.... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Raw meat-based diets may give your pet E. Coli, Salmonellaby cross-contamination of foods and utensils in the kitchen,” study coauthor Dr
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
by cross-contamination of foods and utensils in the kitchen,” study coauthor Dr. Paul Overgaauw of Utrecht University told Reuters Health by email. More than 200 commercial raw meat-based pet food products are available in the Netherlands.... Read more
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Raw meat-based products may harm pets and their ownersby cross-contamination of foods and utensils in the kitchen,” study coauthor Dr
asianage / Posted 14 days ago
by cross-contamination of foods and utensils in the kitchen,” study coauthor Dr. Paul Overgaauw of Utrecht University told Reuters Health by email. More than 200 commercial raw meat-based pet food products are available in the Netherlands.... Read more
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FOX News
Probiotic milk tied to lowered risk of some pregnancy complicationsof consumption that might be of greater importance when it comes to these assoc
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
of consumption that might be of greater importance when it comes to these associations," lead author Mahsa Nordqvist told Reuters Health in an email. These findings are only statistical observations, they do not prove causality and are therefore... Read more
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Study shows traumatic brain injuries increase later dementia riskdepartment at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, who wasn’t involv
asianage / Posted 17 days ago
department at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, who wasn’t involved in the study. “Don’t allow children to start sports too young and prevent them from getting cumulative injuries,” Stein told Reuters health in a telephone int... Read more
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Traumatic brain injuries raise later dementia riskof the study,” coauthor Peter Nordstrom of the department of community medicine
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
of the study,” coauthor Peter Nordstrom of the department of community medicine and rehabilitation at Umea University told Reuters Health by email. TBI usually happens when a sudden bump, blow or jolt to the head causes the brain to bounce around... Read more
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Early pregnancy weight gain linked to baby’s size at birthweight measured at every appointment to see how much they are gaining,” Dr. Ret
asianage / Posted 17 days ago
weight measured at every appointment to see how much they are gaining,” Dr. Retnakaran noted in a telephone interview with Reuters Health. “Traditionally in the past, it’s never been clear if the timing of the weight gain matters.” The timing is... Read more
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More weight gain in early pregnancy leads to deliver unusually large babiesweight measured at every appointment to see how much they are gaining,” Dr. Ret
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
weight measured at every appointment to see how much they are gaining,” Dr. Retnakaran noted in a telephone interview with Reuters Health. “Traditionally in the past, it’s never been clear if the timing of the weight gain matters.” The timing is... Read more
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Cancer risk elevated with severe gum diseasestudy author Dominique Michaud, professor of public health and community medici
asianage / Posted 17 days ago
study author Dominique Michaud, professor of public health and community medicine at the Tuft’s School of Medicine, told Reuters Health. The researchers took cancer risk factors into account, including age, gender, weight status, smoking, race... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
People with severe gum disease at greater risk of cancerstudy author Dominique Michaud, professor of public health and community medici
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
study author Dominique Michaud, professor of public health and community medicine at the Tuft’s School of Medicine, told Reuters Health. The researchers took cancer risk factors into account, including age, gender, weight status, smoking, race... Read more
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FOX News
Early pregnancy weight gain linked to baby's size at birthweight measured at every appointment to see how much they are gaining," Dr. Ret
FOX News / Posted 18 days ago
weight measured at every appointment to see how much they are gaining," Dr. Retnakaran noted in a telephone interview with Reuters Health. "Traditionally in the past, it's never been clear if the timing of the weight gain matters." The timing is... Read more
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asianage
Study confirms late clot extraction can save brain cells of stroke victimsunprecedented,” chief author Dr. Gregory Albers, director of the Stanford Strok
asianage / Posted 23 days ago
unprecedented,” chief author Dr. Gregory Albers, director of the Stanford Stroke Center in Palo Alto, California, told Reuters Health by phone. The results were released at the American Heart Association International Stroke Conference in Los... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Late clot extraction can save brain cells of stroke victimsunprecedented,” chief author Dr. Gregory Albers, director of the Stanford Strok
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
unprecedented,” chief author Dr. Gregory Albers, director of the Stanford Stroke Center in Palo Alto, California, told Reuters Health by phone. The results were released at the American Heart Association International Stroke Conference in Los... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Flu increases the risk of heart attack, study findsa six-fold increase in the risk during the first seven days of lab-confirmed in
Eye Witness News / Posted 23 days ago
a six-fold increase in the risk during the first seven days of lab-confirmed influenza,” chief author Dr Jeffrey Kwong told Reuters Health in a telephone interview. “We were also surprised the risk dropped off to nothing by day 8 and beyond.” He... Read more
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Clot extraction after 16 hours can still save brain cells of stroke victims, says studyunprecedented,” chief author Dr. Gregory Albers, director of the Stanford Strok
asianage / Posted 24 days ago
unprecedented,” chief author Dr. Gregory Albers, director of the Stanford Stroke Center in Palo Alto, California, told Reuters Health by phone. The results were released at the American Heart Association International Stroke Conference in Los... Read more
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Late clot extraction can still save brain cells of stroke victims, says studyunprecedented,” chief author Dr. Gregory Albers, director of the Stanford Strok
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
unprecedented,” chief author Dr. Gregory Albers, director of the Stanford Stroke Center in Palo Alto, California, told Reuters Health by phone. The results were released at the American Heart Association International Stroke Conference in Los... Read more
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asianage
Seek medical guidance before sharing breast milk, experts saylead author Dr. Natasha Sriraman, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of the
asianage / Posted 24 days ago
lead author Dr. Natasha Sriraman, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia, told Reuters Health in an email. Sriraman said there are many reasons for informal breast milk sharing. ”One of the most common... Read more
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Here's why you should not share breast milk without medical guidancelead author Dr. Natasha Sriraman, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of the
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
lead author Dr. Natasha Sriraman, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia, told Reuters Health in an email. Sriraman said there are many reasons for informal breast milk sharing. ”One of the most common... Read more
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asianage
Gardening may help cancer survivors eat better, says studycounsel them to eat better, but we want it to be more rewarding, and we want it
asianage / Posted 27 days ago
counsel them to eat better, but we want it to be more rewarding, and we want it to be long-term,” Demark-Wahnefried told Reuters Health in a telephone interview. “With gardening, we’ve hit the ball out of the ballpark.” Demark-Wahnefried and her... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Gardening may help cancer survivors eat better, says studycounsel them to eat better, but we want it to be more rewarding, and we want it
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
counsel them to eat better, but we want it to be more rewarding, and we want it to be long-term,” Demark-Wahnefried told Reuters Health in a telephone interview. “With gardening, we’ve hit the ball out of the ballpark.” Demark-Wahnefried and her... Read more

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