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Frequent drinking strongest risk factor for atrial fibrillation

1 hour ago   |   News Medical   |   6 articles

A new study published on October 17, 2019, in the journal EP Europace, shows that people who drink alcohol almost every day, even in small amounts, are more at risk to develop...
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Frequent drinking is greater risk factor for heart rhythm disorder than binge drinking

9 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily   |   2 articles

Drinking small amounts of alcohol frequently is linked with a higher likelihood of atrial fibrillation than binge drinking, according to new research.
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What to know about delirium

16 hours ago   |   Medical News Today

Delirium is a sudden change in a person's mental function. It often affects older adults or people experiencing alcohol withdrawal. Learn more here.
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Study compares frequent drinking and binge drinking for new-onset atrial fibrillation

17 hours ago   |   News Medical

Drinking small amounts of alcohol frequently is linked with a higher likelihood of atrial fibrillation than binge drinking, according to research published today in EP...
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What Hangover Remedies Really Work? We Asked a Registered Dietitian

What Hangover Remedies Really Work? We Asked a Registered Dietitian

1 day ago   |   PopSugar

Your head is pounding, the room is spinning, your undereye bags now have undereye bags, and the thought of a boozy brunch instantly makes you nauseous? Yep, sounds like one...
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Are There Benefits to Drinking Kombucha?

1 day ago   |   NY Times

If by “benefits” you mean being wildly popular and sometimes unpredictably alcoholic, then yes.
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International system can provide practical guideline on cannabis use, say researchers

1 day ago   |   News Medical

Despite widespread use of the drug around the world and increasing moves to legalise its sale for recreational consumption, standard units - which have been commonplace for...
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Jeremy Renner's Ex-Wife Sonni Pacheco Claims He Threatened To Kill Her

2 days ago   |   Scary Mommy

Sonni Pacheco says Jeremy Renner has a history of verbally abusive behavior against her Jeremy Renner is in the midst of a heated custody battle with his ex-wife, Sonni...
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Dietary n-6 to n-3 fatty acid ratio is related to liver fat content independent of genetic effects: evidence from the monozygotic co-twin control design

2 days ago   |   Clinical Nutrition

Lifestyle changes focusing on diet and exercise remain the cornerstone of the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. The present co-twin control study of monozygotic...
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Watch Out: Even Special Occasion Drinking during Pregnancy can be Harmful

Watch Out: Even Special Occasion Drinking during Pregnancy can be Harmful

3 days ago   |   Medindia Health

Is drinking alcohol bad for a pregnant woman? Yes, drinking a small amount of wine on a special occasion while pregnant can be harmful to the fetus.
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Kidney issues? Drink more water

Kidney issues? Drink more water

Drinking more water is the key to healthy kidneys, and a new research further strengthens this claim. A study published in PLOS ONE found that it could help treat polycystic... Read more ...

Your Personality as a Teen May Predict Your Risk of Dementia: Study

Your Personality as a Teen May Predict Your Risk of Dementia: Study

Being calm and mature as teen were each associated with roughly a 10% reduction in adult dementia risk. Read more ...

PTSD Linked to Stroke Risk in Younger Adults

PTSD Linked to Stroke Risk in Younger Adults

Young and middle-aged adults with post-traumatic stress disorder have an increased risk of stroke, new research suggests. Read more ...

Medicare for All Would Actually Be ‘Medicare for None,' HHS Secretary Alex...

Medicare for All Would Actually Be ‘Medicare for None,' HHS Secretary Alex Azar Argues at TIME 100 Health Summit

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar called Medicare for All a “utopian” and “simplistic” approach to health care that would actually become... Read more ...

Alarming report reveals youth suicide has risen 56% in the past decade

Alarming report reveals youth suicide has risen 56% in the past decade

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's report on violent deaths shows that while homicides have fallen since 2000, suicides among 10- to 24-year-olds have risen sharply. Read more ...

95% Of Baby Foods Tested In U.S. Contain Toxic Metals

95% Of Baby Foods Tested In U.S. Contain Toxic Metals

The majority of baby food sold in the United States contains lead, arsenic, cadmium, and/or mercury According to a new report released on Thursday, October 17, 2019, the food... Read more ...

Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds Reveal Their New Baby In The Sneakiest Way

Blake Lively And Ryan Reynolds Reveal Their New Baby In The Sneakiest Way

Congratulations to Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds on the arrival of their third little girl Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are notoriously private about their personal lives... Read more ...

Nicotine Addiction May Lead to Diabetes

Nicotine Addiction May Lead to Diabetes

Cigarette smoking has been proved fatal time and again, and now this notorious habit is linked to increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Read more ...

PTSD Doubles Infection Risk in Patients

PTSD Doubles Infection Risk in Patients

PTSD affected people have a staggering 1.8 times the risk of having any infection compared with those without PTSD. Read more ...

Daily blue light exposure from smartphones and tablets 'could be taking...

Daily blue light exposure from smartphones and tablets 'could be taking years off people's lives'

A new study from Oregon State University found, in research conducted on flies, that blue light emitted from smartphones damages brain neurons as well as the retina at the back... Read more ...