DR PHILIPPA KAYE: Why it might be time to ease off your daily aspirin
DR PHILIPPA KAYE: More than one million Britons, roughly 40 per cent of over-60s, are prescribed a daily dose of aspirin to help prevent heart attacks and strokes in those who...
6 hours ago - Daily Mail
AHA News: Preterm Babies May Have Higher Stroke Risk as Young Adults
Title: AHA News: Preterm Babies May Have Higher Stroke Risk as Young Adults Category: Health News Created: 6/17/2021 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 6/18/2021 12:00:00 AM
22 hours ago - Medicine Net - 6 articles
Depression After Stroke can be Prevented by Tai Chi
Tai chi holds the potential to reduce depression, anxiety, and stress along with improved sleep in people after they had a stroke
1 day ago - Medindia Health
Do YOU Understand the Dangers of Hormone Therapy?
Despite widespread publicity, the 2002 landmark study on the potential dangers of hormone therapy for postmenopausal women is completely unknown to most women. New research...
1 day ago - Mercola
Lifestyle intervention program improves CV, mental health in obesity
Patients with obesity experienced improved CV and mental health after attending a nonjudgmental and personalized lifestyle modification program, according to a study presented...
1 day ago - Healio - 2 articles
Stroke Risk in New-Onset AF Goes Up With Greater Alcohol Intake
That increasing risk, which is independent of oral anticoagulation, may attenuate or disappear in patients who give up drinking after their AF diagnosis, researchers...
2 days ago - Medscape
Discouraging CVD trends highlight need to ‘stem the tide,' focus on reducing disparities
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death globally, according to recent statistics, putting the spotlight on prevention and eliminating race and sex...
2 days ago - Healio
Is There a Link Between Gut Microbes and Stroke?
Gut microbe enzyme called CutC increases the risk of stroke severity and worsens outcomes. However, targeting this enzyme can be a promising approach in the future to prevent...
2 days ago - Medindia Health
Treating Sleep Apnea Lowers MI, Stroke Risk
Treating sleep apnea reduces the risk for stroke, myocardial infarction, and other cardiovascular events, new research shows. Medscape Medical News
2 days ago - Medscape
A simple computer program could predict people's art preferences
Do you like the thick brush strokes and soft color palettes of an impressionist painting such as those by Claude Monet? Or do you prefer the bold colors and abstract shapes of...
2 days ago - News Medical
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RSL Victoria head stood down after internal investigation
CEO Jamie Twidale has been stood down while an investigation is completed following an “internal complaint”.
Veronicas deliver a show both nostalgic and fresh
With 17 years of songs to draw from, The Veronicas take fans all the way down memory lane and back again.
Leptin: This Hormone Makes Counting Calories Irrelevant
By Ron Rosedale, M.D. It is amazing how the little twists and turns of researchers can have such a profound impact on what we generally come to realize as “scientific truth.”...
Breast Cancer Rates Fell When Regular Hormone Therapy Decreased
Breast cancer rates dropped by half in tandem with the discontinuation of hormone replacement therapy , according to a study published online in the Journal of the National...
Melatonin: Is This Natural Hormone One of the Keys To Slowing Brain Aging?
Melatonin is best known as a sleep hormone because of its action controlling the circadian cycle. But melatonin also has antioxidant properties, and may have an important...
Mouse Studies Confirm the Key to Longevity
Mice lacking the insulin receptor substrate are more resistant to aging than normal mice, according to University College London researchers. The finding further confirms the...
Parabens: The Hidden Danger in Lotions and Sunscreens
Many consumers have long known their favorite lotions and sunscreens contained parabens, or synthetic chemicals used as preservatives. But with more and more products being...
‘Goosebumps' for Hughes with maiden major title in reach
It was “goosebumps” for 30-year-old Canadian Mackenzie Hughes, who rocketed up the leaderboard at the US Open on Sunday and will play in the final group of a major for the...
Hunger pain: Kiwis gave Aussie rivals a lesson in desire in Super Rugby
The gap between New Zealand and Australian rugby was highlighted in one clear way during the Super Rugby Trans Tasman final.
Blowing the whistle on the challenges of umpiring
Umpires cop a lot of abuse and they don't deserve it. They're the Ginger Rogers of footy - they're doing just as much running, but backwards, and for one-tenth of the pay.