Educational Disabilities More Likely With Neonatal Abstinence
Children with a history of neonatal abstinence syndrome are more likely to be referred for a disability evaluation and meet criteria for a disability, according to a study...
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Daily aspirin does not make for a longer, 'disability-free' life
Daily low-dose aspirin does not help healthy older people with no history of heart problems live a longer dementia- and disability-free life, a study says.
3 days ago - Medical News Today
Light physical activity may reduce stroke severity
Engaging in light to moderate physical activity, such as walking or swimming, for a few hours a week, was associated with less severe strokes when compared with physical...
3 days ago - Healio - 3 articles
Common Painkiller Is Causing Many Heart Attacks
By Dr. Mercola Nearly 25 million American adults suffer from pain on a daily basis and 23 million report experiencing severe pain. 1 In fact, pain affects more Americans than...
4 days ago - Mercola - 3 articles
Enlarged genotype-phenotype correlation for a deletion in neurofibromatosis type 1
New research shows that while a three-base pair, in-frame deletion called p.Met992del in the NF1 gene has a mild phenotype for people with the genetic disorder...
4 days ago - ScienceDaily
Low-dose aspirin does not improve survival in elderly
A daily 100-mg dose of aspirin had no impact on disability-free survival among healthy elderly patients, and was linked to a higher rate of major hemorrhage, according to...
5 days ago - Healio - 4 articles
Daily low-dose aspirin does not prolong healthy life in older people, study finds
In a large clinical trial to determine the risks and benefits of daily low-dose aspirin in healthy older adults without previous cardiovascular events, aspirin did not prolong...
6 days ago - News Medical - 3 articles
Daily low-dose aspirin found to have no effect on healthy life span in older people
In a clinical trial to determine the effects of daily low-dose aspirin in healthy older adults without previous cardiovascular events, aspirin did not prolong healthy...
6 days ago - ScienceDaily - 3 articles
ASPREE: No Benefit of Aspirin in Primary Prevention
Findings of the ASPREE trial show no benefit, at all, of aspirin in primary prevention of disability, cardiovascular events and death, or all-cause death in healthy elderly...
6 days ago - Medscape - 2 articles
Aspirin Unlikely to Benefit Older People
Treatment with 100 mg of low-dose aspirin per day did not affect survival free of dementia or disability in older adults without previous cardiovascular events.
6 days ago - Medindia Health
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Mystery of Gut-brain Connection Decoded
A surprising array of conditions, from appetite disorders and obesity to arthritis and depression, may get their start in the gut.
It doesn't matter how long you sleep, it's WHEN you go to bed
A new study on sleep patterns suggests that a regular bedtime and wake time are just as important for heart and metabolic health among older adults, Duke researchers found.
First HIV immunotherapy drug proves safe in phase 1 trial
The phase 1 trial is an early but significant milestone for the team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which won a $20 million grant to make their ideas a...
Context before vocabulary: New research shows babies as young as 6 months...
Babies are naturally curious, and their drive to explore the world around them can help them become fast learners. A recent study has even discovered that infants as young as...
High Gluten Diet in Pregnancy can Increase Diabetes Risk in Children
High consumption of gluten pregnant women can increase the risk of Type-1 diabetes in children. Proteins found in foods rich in gluten such as wheat, rye, and barley can...
New Smartphone App and Lab Kit Can Help Diagnose Urinary Infections Much Faster
Your smartphone can be your doctor now, here's how. New smartphone app using the phone's camera and lab kit can help identify urinary tract infections much faster.
Neuroscientist reveals the five ways you can boost your boring commute
Neuroscientist Dr Liron Jacobson works at Peak Labs in London and has shared five ways you can improve your mind during your commute. And none of them involve scrolling on...
Do YOU wear contact lenses? Beware of a rare infection
Moorfields Eye Hospital researchers checked medical records since 1986 to analyse and compare rates of the infection in south east England.
New Study Reports Poor Physical and Mental Health in Rural Borderland...
Poor mental and physical health is seen among American rural borderline communities due to the impact of high stress.
Insulin Shows Promise in Treating Chronic Bowel Inflammation
Insulin has been found to reduce inflammation in Chronic bowel inflammation condition.