IOF-FFN agreement sets framework for greater collaborative efforts worldwide
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World's first drone delivery of insulin may be useful model in pandemic response
A successful drone delivery of insulin for a person with diabetes in a remote location in Ireland may serve as a useful model for health care delivery during a future pandemic...
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Do Dairy Foods Cause Inflammation?
Dairy foods are an outstanding source of calcium and protein. In fact, one reason people consume dairy foods is because of their calcium content. Calcium is a key component you...
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5 Types of Low-Impact Workouts
Many of the most popular workouts are high impact in nature. High-impact exercise is where both feet leave the floor at the same time. Examples are running, sprinting, and any...
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Pain under the shoulder blade: 7 Possible causes and how to prevent it
The shoulder blades or scapulae are triangular bones located on the upper back. The scapulae serve many functions including shoulder rotation and spinal support. Pain along...
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5 Surprising Facts about Osteoporosis Your Doctor Might Not Tell You
Osteoporosis is the pathological loss of bone mass. People who have osteoporosis have bones that are weaker than normal and fracture with minimal trauma. You're not surprised...
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Relieve osteoporosis pain with these natural remedies
Osteoporosis affects bone health. If you have the condition, you are at high risk of fractures, even while doing normal activities like walking or standing. Osteoporosis also...
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Here are 7 reasons why you should take more vitamin C - your bones will thank you
Vitamin C is an essential vitamin that supports many bodily functions, like metabolism and digestion. Adults require around 65 to 90 milligrams of vitamin C a day to avoid...
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Wearing High Heels Every Day can Affect Women's Bone Health
High Heel Lovers, Watch Out: Wearing pointed heels all day can affect your bone health, thereby increasing the risk of early osteoporosis and permanent back pain.
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9 Natural ways to prevent osteoporosis
Those at risk for osteoporosis and looking to prevent the condition can do so by following a healthy diet, supplementing with calcium and vitamin D, and exercising regularly...
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COVID-19 Lockdown: Increase Family Time to Limit Your Child's Screen Time
Want to keep your kids away from mobile phones? Spending quality time with family and playing a family game can limit your child's screen time while social distancing during...
Telehealth can Help Mental Health Care Patients During COVID-19 Pandemic
Telehealth can play a critical role in ensuring continuity of care for people with mental illness during the COVID-19 pandemic, reveals a new study.
Abbott's newly FDA-approved test that can diagnose coronavirus in just 5 minutes
Abbott Laboratories, based in Illinois, is ramping up production to manufacture at least 50,000 of its new five-minute tests per day to use in hospitals, urgent care clinics...
Coronavirus UK: Testing chaos as NHS swabbing centre EMPTY
Novacyt has made £17.8million selling its testing equipment to more than 80 countries via its Southampton-based subsidiary Primerdesign. But only £1million worth has been sold...
Coronavirus UK: Formerly healthy boy, 13, is youngest to die
Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab, 13, from Brixton, London has become Britain's youngest coronavirus victim, after dying alone at King's College Hospital on Monday.
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: This testing shambles is unforgivable. When will...
Has the Government done everything possible to crack Covid-19? The Mail reluctantly concludes not.
Early Introduction to Solid Foods Show Gut Bacteria Changes That may Predict...
Infants who were started on solid foods early showed changes in the levels of gut bacteria called short-chain fatty acids, measured in their stool samples, reports a new study.
Creating a COVID-19 Palliative Care Pandemic Plan is Essential
COVID-19 pandemic is stressing healthcare systems throughout the world. Hence, a palliative care plan is an essential part of the response to this pandemic.
Patients Taking Certain Steroids at High Risk for COVID-19
Individuals taking a class of steroid hormones called glucocorticoids for asthma, allergies and arthritis routinely are at high risk to get infected with the virus causing...
Liraglutide can Help Obese Adolescents Manage Their Weight
Liraglutide, approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration as an aid to a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity to help adults with obesity manage...