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Tall people more likely to develop atrial fibrillation
7 monthes ago - By News Medical
Size may matter when it comes to having a safe and steady heart. A new study shows tall people are more likely to develop from an irregular heartbeat, known as atrial fibrillation .
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Illiterate people 'are three times more likely to develop dementia'
7 monthes ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers from Columbia University in New York followed 983 people with an average age of 77 over four years. They found the risk of dementia trebled in those who were illiterate.
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Matt Hancock says ban on care home visits will be lifted 'in the coming days'
Now the daily deaths have fizzled out, there is the promise of care home closures 'coming to an end very soon' the Health Secretary said.
COVID-19 In Maharashtra: Cases Cross 2.25 Lakh, 219 Fresh Deaths
For the second day running, Maharashtra''s new Covid-19 cases continued in the 6,000-plus range, shooting above the 2.25 lakh mark.
Ergonomic Tips for Working at Home During COVID-19 Lockdown
Sitting at the desk for a long time during COVID-19 lockdown weakens and tightens muscles, stiffening the back, shoulders and neck. Here are a few tips as to how you can work...
Seniors With COVID-19 May Have High Risk of Bradycardia With Lopinavir and...
The incidence of bradycardia is high among severely ill patients with COVID-19 using lopinavir and ritonavir.
Chatbots Ease Medical Providers Burden, Guides COVID-19 Patients
COVID-19 has placed tremendous pressure on health care providers, not only for critical care but also from an anxious public looking for answers. Chatbots can ease their burden.
Kerala CM Cautions About Getting Closer to COVID-19 Community Spread
Amid rising COVID-19 cases in Kerala, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that chances of multiple clusters forming in city regions and leading to super spread could not be...
Around 2,033 Fresh COVID-19 Cases Reported in Delhi, Recovery Rate Nears 75%
With 2,187 new COVID-19 cases and 45 deaths in the last 24 hours, Delhi recorded 1,07,051 cases and 3,258 deaths.
Face Masks can Be Devastating for Deaf People in Healthcare Settings
During the coronavirus pandemic, with masks covering the faces around us, it's difficult to see the facial expressions and lip movements, which is vital for daily spoken...
Is Novel Coronavirus Airborne? WHO Updates Transmission Guidelines
The World Health Organization has admitted that novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, might spread through the air under certain conditions suggesting the possibility of...
Black Lives Matter TERRORISTS beat White Christian men in public - video
A prayer rally held next to the iconic St. Louis Statue on Art Hill in St. Louis City's Forest Park was violently disrupted by Black Lives Matter and Antifa terrorists who...