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Family members' drugs may be risk factor for overdose in individuals without prescriptions

5 minutes ago   |   News Medical

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, opioid overdoses were responsible for more than 42,000 deaths in 2016.
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Why most health commissioners end up in bed with big pharma

17 minutes ago   |   Mercola

Treatments for medical problems have been used since the beginning of human civilization. 1 While many illnesses were thought to be the work of supernatural forces, various...
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Novel bed system with VR brainwave-control for sleep bliss

37 minutes ago   |   News Medical

Getting good sleep has long been a problem the world over, and its importance in contributing to many illnesses, both mental and bodily, has been acknowledged.
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Preventing Brain Damage After TBI Using a Novel Therapy

Preventing Brain Damage After TBI Using a Novel Therapy

1 hour ago   |   Medindia Health   |   5 articles

An experimental treatment given to mice after a traumatic brain injury reduced damage almost to the levels of mice that never had a TBI, reveals study.
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Hot Water Soak Benefits People With Peripheral Artery Disease

Hot Water Soak Benefits People With Peripheral Artery Disease

1 hour ago   |   Medindia Health

Heat therapy may be a useful alternative form of cardiovascular conditioning for individuals with peripheral artery disease, revealed new research.
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U-M partnership paves way for new method to treat acute aortic dissection

2 hours ago   |   News Medical

When a patient comes to the hospital with acute type A aortic dissection , a tearing of the inner lining of the aorta, surgeons typically perform an immediate open repair to...
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Study explores role of iron in over 900 diseases

2 hours ago   |   News Medical

In a series of early-stage studies examining genetic data from over 500,000 people, a team of international scientists, led by Imperial College London, explored the role that...
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Preventative Botox - What age do you need Botox?

Preventative Botox - What age do you need Botox?

3 hours ago   |   IAPAM

Aging is a natural process. However, specific symptoms of aging are not desirable by the majority of people. This includes the onset of fine lines and wrinkles. In today's...
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Reducing burnout and stress symptoms with rhodiola

Reducing burnout and stress symptoms with rhodiola

3 hours ago   |   Natural News   |   2 articles

Researchers from Germany and Austria have found that the flowering herb Rhodiola rosea can be used to improve symptoms of patients with burnout syndrome. In their study, which...
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A prebiotic used in TCM can regulate lipid and glucose metabolism, improving outcomes of metabolic disease

A prebiotic used in TCM can regulate lipid and glucose metabolism, improving outcomes of metabolic disease

3 hours ago   |   Natural News   |   2 articles

Improve your metabolic health by consuming poria mushroom, which is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine. Poria mushrooms contain a water-insoluble polysaccharide that...
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Nanotechnology Treatment Shows Promise Against Multiple Sclerosis, Stated Study

Nanotechnology Treatment Shows Promise Against Multiple Sclerosis, Stated Study

Nanotechnology treatment was found to reverse multiple sclerosis symptoms in mice, said new research. Read more ...

Disparities in Triple-negative Breast Cancer Diagnoses Confirmed

Disparities in Triple-negative Breast Cancer Diagnoses Confirmed

New study has uncovered a significant incidence of triple-negative breast cancer for women of color, specifically non-Hispanic black women, and for younger women. Read more ...

New Diagnostic Tool to See If Targeted Cancer Therapy is Effective

New Diagnostic Tool to See If Targeted Cancer Therapy is Effective

A portable device using artificial intelligence and biosensors accurately see if liver cancer cells are sensitive or resistant to chemotherapy drugs with instantaneous results. Read more ...

A prebiotic used in TCM can regulate lipid and glucose metabolism, improving...

A prebiotic used in TCM can regulate lipid and glucose metabolism, improving outcomes of metabolic disease

Improve your metabolic health by consuming poria mushroom, which is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine. Poria mushrooms contain a water-insoluble polysaccharide that... Read more ...

Alabama father-of-eight is in the ICU with a flesh-eating infection after...

Alabama father-of-eight is in the ICU with a flesh-eating infection after kayaking

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Ricky Rutherford, 41, contracted a flesh-eating bacterial infection after kayaking in Alabama. Doctors had to cut a six-inch piece of flesh out of... Read more ...

How we evolved to be obese: Over-eating turns on fat-saving protein

How we evolved to be obese: Over-eating turns on fat-saving protein

The RAGE protein is activated by stress and the threat of starvation, making our bodies conserve fat to burn later, It helped us in early human history, but now may make us... Read more ...

Trump's Abortion ‘Gag Rule' Has Gone Into Effect - Here's What That Means

Trump's Abortion ‘Gag Rule' Has Gone Into Effect - Here's What That Means

Federally funded health care clinics are no longer required to discuss abortion, and family planning funds are at stake in new ruling The Trump administration proposed an... Read more ...

Hypnotherapy, healing and growth: How meditation and self-hypnosis can...

Hypnotherapy, healing and growth: How meditation and self-hypnosis can improve your mental health

Meditation and hypnosis are two popular and widely studied techniques used for therapy. While they slightly differ in the way they are executed, they can be used to achieve the... Read more ...

Cancer patient, 25, diagnosed WEEKS before her first smear test is calling...

Cancer patient, 25, diagnosed WEEKS before her first smear test is calling for lower screening age

Amy Anderson, of Gateshead, was diagnosed with cervical cancer in March this year, three weeks before she was eligible to have a smear test. Read more ...

Statins Under-prescribed to Prevent Cardiac Diseases: Study

Statins Under-prescribed to Prevent Cardiac Diseases: Study

Significant treatment gap is present in managing patients who are at risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Read more ...