Totally Fit Spark Plug - Foam Rolling and a Tender Heart
Hey Champion, Foam rollers came on the scene 10 years ago, providing numerous health and fitness benefits, including: • improved circulation. • increased blood flow. •...
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Decreased Glucose Metabolism in Medial Prefrontal Areas Associated w/ Nutritional Status in Patients Alzheimer's Disease
Nutritional problems, especially weight loss are very common in people with Alzheimer's. This study looks at the associations of nutritional status with Alzheimer's and related...
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Personal 'Omic' Profiles Make Health Data Actionable
The clinical application of genomic data might lead to disease prevention, according to an advocate of medical monitoring. Medscape Medical News
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Biosimilar Drugs May Cut US Health Spending by 54 Billion
Introducing "biosimilar" versions of complex biologic drugs used to treat illnesses such as cancer and rheumatoid arthritis could cut health care spending.
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Christie denies making remark about Trump, opioid crisis
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is denying a published report that he said Donald Trump's "presidency is over" if he doesn't recognize the seriousness of the opioid crisis
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So Much Care It Hurts
A growing number of patients and doctors are concerned about overtreatment, which is rampant across the health care system. Kaiser Health News
27 minutes ago - Medscape
PrEP Drug 'Could Prevent 1 in 4 HIV Infections'
A drug that can reduce the risk of HIV infection among men who have sex with men would save the NHS money in the long-term, a study has found. WebMD Health News
27 minutes ago - Medscape - 2 articles
Heart Failure Patients Receive Less Palliative Care
With improved education, cardiologists and primary care clinicians can integrate palliative care techniques in their everyday practice.
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AHA: Heart disease, stroke shorten life expectancy of black Americans
Black individuals may live shorter lives compared with white people due to a higher CVD burden, according to a scientific statement from the American Heart Association...
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Going the Extra Miles for Patient Care
Lauren Sweeney, BSN, RN, went the distance on behalf of one of her patients on Tower 11C recently, pulling out all the stops to make sure he could go home to his family in...
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The headlines of Master Doctor
Even "healthy people," if they eat sugar, are at risk for heart disease, new...
New research reveals that even healthy people who consume a high-sugar diet are prone to heart disease. To reach this conclusion, researchers from the University of Surrey in...
Poor heart health is driving the racial health gap
The average white American lives to 79 years old, compared to 75.5 years for the average black American. Scientists at Northwestern say a lack of care and prevention in blacks...
Should You Work Out on Halloween? This Is What Jillian Michaels Says
A little Halloween mondaymotivation for ya! Get crackin' team. riseandgrind A photo posted by Jillian Michaels on Oct 31, 2016 at 8:46am PDT Just in case you were thinking...
This 8-Move, Total-Body Workout From Kayla Itsines Looks Intense!
✅ 12 Curl and press ✅ 12 Push up ✅ 30 Mountain climber ✅ 30 X mountain climber ✅ 10 Straight leg sit up + twist ✅ 12 Tricep dips ✅ 12 Lay down push up ✅ 50 Ab bikes Set a timer...
The 180 breast cancer genes
The Cambridge University study has shed more light on the BRCA1 gene, which Hollywood star Angelina Jolie famously inherited, before she had a mastectomy to reduce her risk.
Higher Levels Of Thyroxine Linked To Irregular Heartbeat
The risk of irregular heartbeat is greater among individuals who produce too much thyroid hormone than among those with normal hormonal levels.
Opioid Use Numbers Go Down in Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery
Multimode drug therapy approach has almost completing replaced the opioid alone prescription to combat pain postop.
Stress And Pain in Cancer Patients Increase Risk of Longer Hospital Stay
Patients' physical symptoms are associated with longer hospital lengths of stay and increased risk of unplanned readmission within 90 days.
Postpartum Depression is Less in Women Delivering Babies in Winter
The postpartum depression risk might be greater in women who had delivered in the winter season when compared to summer or fall
Diabetes Increases Risk of Cognitive Dysfunction After Surgery
Older diabetes patients are at higher risk of developing postoperative cognitive dysfunction than those who do not have diabetes.