Continued PTSD in women exposed to deepwater horizon oil spill
A study reports that women exposed to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill continue to experience symptoms of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder. Less than half reported...
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Avocados Are Being Recalled Over Listeria Concerns
Listeria is so not cool.
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Hearing loss before 50 may mean higher risk of drug and alcohol issues
People under age 50 with hearing loss misuse prescription opioids at twice the rate of their hearing peers, and are also more likely to misuse alcohol and other drugs, a new...
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Hologic Opens State-Of-The-Art Learning Centre In Belgium
Hologic, parent company of Cynosure, opened its first Learning and Experience Centre in Zaventem, Belgium in March. The state-of-the-art facility provides comprehensive...
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Detrimental effect of overlooking female athletes' nutritional needs
As poor nutrition can negatively affect everything from bone to reproductive health, more attention needs to be paid to the specific nutritional needs of female athletes...
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Morning Break: Second Parkland Suicide; Fatal Home Circumcision; Avocad-Oh Nos
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Cardiff University launches Medicines Discovery Institute to develop new generation of drugs
Cardiff University is stepping up the development of new drugs for mental health and central nervous system conditions, with the launch of the Medicines Discovery Institute.
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Luxia Scientific partners with Life Genomics to commercialize microbiome-based tests in the Nordic countries
Luxia Scientific, a French biotech dedicated to improving wellbeing and health for all through the analysis and understanding of the microbiome, announced today that it has...
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Seven alcoholic drinks per week enough to increase odds of hypertension
NEW ORLEANS - Moderate and heavy alcohol drinkers appear to have an increased prevalence of both stage 1 and stage 2 hypertension, according to a presentation at the American...
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Study charts cesarean delivery trends in India
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How pollution could be killing your SPERM: Breathing in tiny toxic particles...
Researchers at Sao Paulo University exposed groups of mice to pollution at varies ages before testing their sperm production in adulthood.
Gender-bending chemicals in DUST 'could be making children fat'
A study by Duke University of more than 190 dust samples from US homes revealed the grime can contain up to 70 chemicals that are known to cause fat cell development or...
Oxytocin Modulates Brain's Reward Responses to Food
Oxytocin modifies the pathways in the brain specifically during their responses to highly palatable, rewarding foods, as per new research.
New Guideline Recommends Simpler Medication Regimens, Looser Glycemic...
New guideline suggests that simplifying medication regimens and tailoring glycemic targets can improve the quality of life in older adults with diabetes.
Obesity Might Cause Early Puberty In Boys
A new study has shown that boys with obesity enter puberty at an earlier age than average.
Younger Women may Respond Poorly to Keto Diet: Study
Women on the ketogenic diet are less likely than males to encounter notable weight loss and are more likely to display impaired blood sugar control, finds a new study.
Patients Bear Higher Financial Burden for Growth Hormone Therapy Despite FDA...
Using insurance data, a new study reveals that the cost burden for growth hormone treatment has increased over time for patients and their families.
Chemicals in Household Dust May Up Obesity Risk
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals in household dust may promote fat cell development and put you at a higher risk of obesity, reveals a new study.
Hormone Released from Fat Tissue may Play a Role in Obesity-related Asthma
New research shows that a hormone released from fat tissue is critical in the development of obesity-related asthma and may be a target of future treatments for the disease.
Race, Ethnicity Influence Fracture Risk in People With Diabetes: Study
African Americans with diabetes may not require the additional screening or treatment for osteoporosis that Caucasians or Hispanics with diabetes may require.