A mother or baby dies in childbirth every 11 SECONDS, UNICEF report reveals
A report from UNICEF showed that mothers face the highest risk of dying during childbirth in South Sudan, where 1,150 die for every 100,000 live births, compared with two in...
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Q&A: NASH Intervention Requires Mutual Learning Between Specialties
Specialists from all medical fields have become more aware over the last few decades about how one disease can feed the development of others and that the need for...
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Spotting NASH Starts With Simple Calculations
Approximately 30% of Americans have fatty liver, but only a small proportion have progressed to nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. One of the complications that we face in finding...
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The truth comes out - Friend of Kavanaugh accuser Blasey-Ford says she was threatened if she didn't go along with sexual assault LIE
The accusations of serial sexual abuse and sexual assault made against now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh by Christine Blasey-Ford last year never did make any sense...
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4-year-old boy faces discipline for long hair, sparks school dress code battle
Parents are challenging the school's hair policy that that they feel is discriminatory.
15 hours ago - NBC News
The Road to Precision Medicine for Children: Resilience, Vulnerability, and Gene Polymorphism
Resilience in children in the face of adversity has been an elusive target of our scientific investigations. Why do some children who experience significant adversity, such as...
16 hours ago - The Journal of Pediatrics
Polypill strategy effective in US socioeconomically disadvantaged population
Among a U.S. population of socioeconomically disadvantaged adults, a polypill-based strategy was associated with greater reductions in systolic BP and LDL compared with the...
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Important Things To Know About Advances In Healthcare Robotics
Health care providers have become increasingly dependent on technology over the last few decades, with electronic records, heart monitors, and laparoscopic procedures replacing...
19 hours ago - HealthWorks Collective
Adapalene/benzoyl peroxide gel reduces atrophic acne scars, lesions up to 48 weeks
After 24 weeks of treatment with adapalene/benzoyl peroxide gel, atrophic acne scarring and lesions were reduced, and results were maintained after 48 weeks of treatment in...
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Learning to read boosts the visual brain
How does learning to read change our brain? Does reading take up brain space dedicated to seeing objects such as faces, tools or houses? In a functional brain imaging study, a...
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Toxic water pollution may cause over 100,0000 cases of cancer in the US...
The Environmental Working Group calculated how much the collective effects of pollutants in drinking water that passes US regulations' muster raises cancer risks and urge new...
Researchers Uncover New Effective Drug to Fight Malaria
Pantothenamides stop the malaria parasite from multiplying in infected humans and from being transmitted to mosquitoes, and are effective against malaria parasites resistant to...
All-in-One Pill can Cut Down Heart Disease Risk
Polypills or combination pills help lower both blood pressure and cholesterol. A new study reveals that taking one polypill daily can also lower the risk of heart attack and...
Study Reveals Potential New Drug Target To Combat Cancer
Drugs that target gateways of mitochondria named voltage-dependent anion channels hold promise in treating various cancers.
Kid's Gluten Intake During Infancy is Linked to Type 1 Diabetes
New study examined the link between the maternal gluten intake during pregnancy, child's gluten intake at age 18 months, and the risk of type 1 diabetes.
Kids Born to Moms with Anemia More Likely to Suffer Intellectual Disability...
Early anemia during pregnancy can cause intellectual disability , ADHD and autism in children, reveals a new study.
Obesity Linked to Chronic Diarrhea: Study
Obese people are more likely to experience sessions of chronic diarrhea that are not driven by diet or physical activity and may be due to low-grade inflammation.
Heart Cells may Increase Survival in Heart Attack Patients
Heart cells may respond well to heart attack, and increase the chance of survival, reveals a new study.
Babies Born Underweight More Likely to Develop Type 2 Diabetes at a Younger Age
Underweight babies are at a higher risk of develop type 2 diabetes more than a year earlier, reveals a new study.
Young Adults With Type 2 Diabetes on the Rise
The proportion of young-onset type 2 diabetes has increased from 2000 to 2017, revealed new study.