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Breast Cancer Survivors More Likely to Face Heart Disease Risk

4 monthes ago   |   By Medindia Health

Postmenopausal women survivors of breast cancer are at a higher risk of developing heart disease, reveals a new study.
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Coronary heart disease may speed up cognitive decline

Coronary heart disease may speed up cognitive decline

4 monthes ago   |   By Medical News Today

A study of adults aged 50 and over found that decline in memory and thinking was faster after a heart attack or angina, but not before.
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Healthy Blood Vessels may Delay Cognitive Decline, Says Study

Healthy Blood Vessels may Delay Cognitive Decline, Says Study

4 monthes ago   |   By Medindia Health

Research in rats suggests treating hypertension could delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Treatments targeting hypertension could in turn reduce 946;-amyloid buildup and delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
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Link Between Cognitive Decline and Coronary Heart Disease Discovered

Link Between Cognitive Decline and Coronary Heart Disease Discovered

4 monthes ago   |   By Medindia Health

Adults with incident coronary heart disease are at higher risk for faster cognitive decline in the long-term, stated new research.
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High blood pressure drugs more effective if taken at night before bed, study...

High blood pressure drugs more effective if taken at night before bed, study finds

Scientists from the University of Vigo in Spain found people who took the drugs before bed had a 44% reduced risk of a heart attack compared to those who took them in the morning. Read more ...

Number of premature babies who survive has DOUBLED in just over a decade 

Number of premature babies who survive has DOUBLED in just over a decade 

New guidelines published today by the British Association of Perinatal Medicine say improved survival chances mean doctors should routinely attempt to resuscitate babies born... Read more ...

PQQ's Protective Roles in Parkinson's Disease

PQQ's Protective Roles in Parkinson's Disease

Juanita Enogieru, MS Parkinson's disease is a degenerative disorder of the the dopamine-producing neurons in a region of central nervous system. It occurs when the brain called... Read more ...

Poor toilet hygiene 'puts you at a greater risk of E.coli than eating...

Poor toilet hygiene 'puts you at a greater risk of E.coli than eating undercooked meat'

Researchers at the University of East Anglia found the majority of super-strains of the common bug are spread between humans and not through eating raw chicken, beef or pork. Read more ...

Three hours a day or more on social media interrupts teenagers' sleep...

Three hours a day or more on social media interrupts teenagers' sleep, scientists say

Teenagers' social media use and sleeping patterns were analysed by University of Glasgow. More than one in three were 'high users' who were are up to 70 per cent more likely to... Read more ...

Teens drink more sugar and caffeine every hour they spend on screens

Teens drink more sugar and caffeine every hour they spend on screens

A new McMaster University and California State University - Fullerton study found that three hours of TV and each hour of social media and screen time raises the risks kids... Read more ...

NPA says poll confirms consumers' desire for CBD regulations

NPA says poll confirms consumers' desire for CBD regulations

A new poll shows many consumers would stop using CBD products if they knew FDA has not yet set regulations around them. The poll was commissioned by the Natural Products... Read more ...

Powered by potato? Spuds ‘just as good' as carb gels for athletic...

Powered by potato? Spuds ‘just as good' as carb gels for athletic performance, says study

Consuming potato puree works just as well as a commercial carbohydrate gel when it comes to maintaining blood sugar levels and boosting athletic performance, researchers report. Read more ...

Mattress Label ‘Ghost Baby' On Video Monitor Scares The Crap Out Of Mom

Mattress Label ‘Ghost Baby' On Video Monitor Scares The Crap Out Of Mom

This mom's real baby looked frighteningly as though it was sleeping next to a ghost baby Do you ever recall being so sleep deprived as a new mom that you literally start seeing... Read more ...

FDA Approves New Drug for Most Common Form of Cystic Fibrosis

FDA Approves New Drug for Most Common Form of Cystic Fibrosis

Acting FDA Commissioner Dr. Ned Sharpless said the approval was an outgrowth of efforts to speed development of new therapies for complex diseases. Read more ...