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6 years of exercise in middle age could slash risk of heart failure
2 monthes ago - By Daily Mail
A study of more than 11,000 adults found that increasing physical activity for as little as six years in middle age cuts the risk of heart failure by a third.
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Reduction in heart disease risk factors could help prevent frailty among older adults
2 monthes ago - By News Medical
New research has shown that older people with very low heart disease risks also have very little frailty, raising the possibility that frailty could be prevented.
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Frailty Is Not Inevitable in Older Adults With A Healthy Heart
2 monthes ago - By Medindia Health
Frailty is not inevitable during old age. Older adults with a lower risk of heart disease are less frail and do not easily get weak in later life, says a recent study.
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Microbiome seen as key factor in resilience/immunity equation
The microbiome plays a key role in determining how different individuals respond to psychological and physical stress, researchers have concluded.
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Federal government tyrants have developed yet another covert spying program to use against Americans known as “Quiet Skies” that involves having employees of the Transportation...
Exposure to air pollution found to increase risk of chronic kidney disease
Outdoor air pollution is detrimental to a person's health - this much is certain. Various studies link it to major health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, cancer...
All the Breakfast Foods That Contain Glyphosate, the Weed-Killing Chemical...
A new report from the Environmental Working Group found that glyphosate, a common weed killer that has been linked to cancer, was found in a large amount of oat-based breakfast...
Aretha Franklin ‘Queen of Soul' Dies At 76
Aretha Franklin dies after health struggles including a battle with pancreatic cancer Aretha Franklin, undisputed Queen of Soul, has died at the age of 76 after a mostly...
Experts warn to not turn to YouTube videos for plastic surgery advice
A new paper from the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School has warned that videos on YouTube about plastic surgery often don't even feature medical professionals.
Hope for a new autism treatment: Scientists discover a defunct gene in...
Scientists from the Spanish National Research Council, Madrid, found that the gene CPEB4 controls the expression of 200 other genes that have been linked to autism.
Better Option than Amputation can Save Your Life and Limbs
Blood flow restoration is the better option than amputation for treating severe peripheral artery disease, otherwise called as critical limb ischemia.
Logistics of Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Therapies in PICU
Objectives: To describe practical considerations and approaches to best practices for end-of-life care for critically ill children and families in the PICU. Data...
Novel HIV Drug Suppresses Virus and Raises Immunity in Drug-resistant Patients
New HIV drugs may help reduce virus replication and boosts immunity in drug-resistant patients.