Disclosure of Incidental Genetic Findings Can Have Positive Impact for Patients
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Patients who received information about coronary artery disease risk in addition to Alzheimer's disease risk made improvements to health behaviors
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Everything You Need to Know Before Trying Intermittent Fasting
When someone first proposes you go an extended period of time without food, it's normal to panic. But when you hear all of the potential benefits of intermittent fasting...
Vitamin startup focuses on possible drug interactions as differentiator
While many personalized nutrition companies offer multivitamins as a core product, startup Vitamin Packs said its algorithm incorporating detailed drug-supplement interactions...
Interactive map reveals millions of people aren't eating enough calcium
Nepal in Asia was found to be the worst offender - having an intake of calcium seven times lower than the amount in Iceland, according to The International Osteoporosis Foundation.
10 Minutes of Hills: The OTF-Inspired Workout That Made Me a Stronger Runner
For a full year now, I've been going to a few Orangetheory Fitness classes a week. I do that, plus a few hard-core workouts at my usual gym, The Fit Pit, plus a quick run...
Having a fat belly DOUBLES the risk of heart attack or stroke
Having a belly that is bigger than your waist makes you two-fold more likely to have a major heart even than if you were just overweight or obese, according to new Mayo Clinic...
Englishman cured of 'world's worst' case of super-gonorrhoea
In the first recorded case worldwide, the unidentified man caught a version of the STI that was resistant to two crucial drugs. Public Health England revealed today he has been...
Low Testosterone Levels Linked to Increased Risk Of Long-Term Disease
Low Testosterone Levels Could Put You At Increased Risk Of Long-Term Diseases, finds a new study.
New Effective Way to Deliver Anti-Cancer Drugs
A new drug delivery method has been developed using nanotubes, which is found to be effective in delivering anti-cancer drugs by reducing the side effects in cancer patients.
How a good diet can cure your acne: Doctor reveals which foods to avoid
From hormones to genetics to your skincare regime, adult acne can be triggered by many factors. New research shows this can include what you eat.
What's New in Breast Cancer Brain Metastases Treatment
By using immune system, researchers are finding ways to improve treatment for patients with breast cancer brain metastases.