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Boys enter puberty earlier if their mothers started their period before 11

5 monthes ago   |   By Daily Mail

Researchers from Aarhus University also found boys whose mothers started their periods between eight and 11 years old later have sons whose voices break two months earlier than normal.
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Hundreds of 'natural' supplements contain active drugs and the FDA knows but doesn't tell the public

Hundreds of 'natural' supplements contain active drugs and the FDA knows but doesn't tell the public

5 monthes ago   |   By Daily Mail

From 2007 to 2016, the US Food and Drug Administration found drugs in 776 supplements, but recalled less than half of them, a new California Department of Food and Agriculture study found.
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Paper says 776 products marketed as supplements over 10-year period found by FDA to be tainted with drugs

Paper says 776 products marketed as supplements over 10-year period found by FDA to be tainted with drugs

5 monthes ago   |   By NutraIngredients-USA

A paper that published this morning in the JAMA Network Open journal found that FDA had identified 776 adulterated dietary supplements in a 10-year period ending in 2016. As most of these products were tainted with drugs, calling them âsupplementsâ was attacked by industry stakeholders.
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Gait Speed and Dynamic Stability Decline Accelerates Only in Late Life: A...

Gait Speed and Dynamic Stability Decline Accelerates Only in Late Life: A Cross-sectional Study in Community-Dwelling Older Adults

Background and Purpose: Incidence of falls increases with age whereas gait speed declines. The purposes of this study were to examine (1) whether gait speed and center-of-mass... Read more ...

Factors Related to Self-rated Health in Older Adults: A Clinical Approach...

Factors Related to Self-rated Health in Older Adults: A Clinical Approach Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health Model

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Reusing Cooking Oil May Up Breast Cancer Risk

Reusing Cooking Oil May Up Breast Cancer Risk

Is it safe to reuse cooking oil? Beware, reusing the same frying oil too many times may trigger genetic changes that promote the progression of late-stage breast cancer... Read more ...

Naltrexone Implant Prevents Relapse in HIV Patients With Opioid Dependence

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Gift Cards Make Better Incentives Than Cash: Study

Gift Cards Make Better Incentives Than Cash: Study

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New Membrane Helps Regenerate Tissue and Bone for Gum Disease Treatment

New Membrane Helps Regenerate Tissue and Bone for Gum Disease Treatment

Novel periodontal membrane may lead to more effective and reliable therapy for a severe gum disease known as periodontitis. This innovative technique helps regrow gum tissue... Read more ...

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MRI markers of small vessel disease are now thought to be associated with worse cognitive health in older adults, finds a new study. Read more ...

New Open-Source Solution Can Map Heart's Electrical Activity with Multiple...

New Open-Source Solution Can Map Heart's Electrical Activity with Multiple Parameters

Novel open-source system can map the heart's electrical activity as well as track intracellular calcium concentration simultaneously. This technique can be a useful tool for... Read more ...

Bacteria in Urine Doesn't Always Mean You Have an Infection

Bacteria in Urine Doesn't Always Mean You Have an Infection

Bacteria in urine doesn't always indicate that you have an infection. Therefore, doctors should think twice before testing patients for a urinary tract infection to avoid... Read more ...

Very Few Smartphone Apps Help Kidney Disease Patients Manage Their Disease

Very Few Smartphone Apps Help Kidney Disease Patients Manage Their Disease

Use of smartphone apps has become a trend in healthcare and disease management. But, a very few smartphone apps related to chronic kidney disease are highly rated by both... Read more ...