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Most vitamins may be a waste of money, but the study finds two exceptions

Most vitamins and other nutritional supplements neither prolong their lifespan nor protect their heart health. This was the result of a comprehensive analysis by Johns Hopkins University. However, there were two exceptions to the results for folic acid and omega-3 fatty acid supplements, while a particularly popular combination of vitamins and minerals has been associated with an increased risk of …

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According to a study, millions of people should stop taking aspirin for heart health reasons

Millions of people taking aspirin to prevent a heart attack may need to rethink the pill pills, Harvard researchers said Monday. A daily low-dose aspirin is recommended for people who have had a heart attack or stroke and are diagnosed with heart disease. But for the otherwise healthy, this advice was lifted. The guidelines published this year precluded the routine …

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Loving grandma died after putting a latex glove in her nursing home

A "loving and amusing" Gran died after a latex glove was trapped in her neck in a nursing home, an investigation said. Irene Collins, 78, lived at the Firbank House of Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester, suffering from both Alzheimer's and vascular dementia. An investigation into her death revealed that Irene was found dead on June 16 last year, before a post-mortem attempt …

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Why are fractures so difficult for the elderly?

Consumer Reports has no financial relationships with advertisers on this site. When children or young adults break a bone, they may have weeks or months to recover. Usually, however, they can expect to return to their functional level before the fracture. In older adults, the fraction of a fracture may be much higher. In a study published this year, researchers …

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Health officials warn of hepatitis A outbreak in Denver

DENVER – Denver Public Health said Monday. Denver Public Health and Denver Public Health Health officials say the disease is highly contagious and is a vaccine-preventable Symptoms include jaundice, nausea, cola. Symptoms include jaundice, nausea, cola. Hepatitis A can be spread through the fecal-oral contamination or intimate contact with a person -colored urine and fatigue, officials said. Washing hands with …

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4 cases of hepatitis A have been reported in the Denver area

Health officials are stepping up their hepatitis A education and education efforts Four homeless people were diagnosed with the disease in the city this year, three of them last month, according to Denver Public Health (DPH) and the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) identified. ASSOCIATED: More than 6,000 vaccinated after hepatitis A outbreak in Colorado Hepatitis A …

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Eating a plant-based diet might help prevent diabetes, study suggests

That is the reason why there is no such thing as healthy plant-based foods – such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts – are included in your daily diet, as JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday. "We found the plant-based diets associated with, on average, 23% reduction in diabetes risk," he says. "said Dr. Qi Sun, associate professor in …

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Intestinal bacteria may play a role in motor neuron diseases

Image copyright Getty Images Intestinal bacteria may play a role in motor neurone disease after early studies in animals and humans. Experiments show that some types of bacteria – and the chemicals they produce – change the pace of the disease. The team at the Weizmann Institute in Israel says it adds to the work that the "microbiome" alters the …

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Color Changing Tattoo Shows Blood Sugar Level / Boing Boing

An experimental skin implant changes color with high acidity or blood sugar, potentially allowing diabetics and other patients to monitor their well-being without taking samples. The implant material can be incorporated into tattoo ink formulations to make it as discreet or eye-catching as the wearer desires ink. The pigmented areas of the skin varied in color as the blood pH …

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Women should be warned about breast implant disease, surgeons say

Anna Nightingale, 44, was removed from the breast implant because she believes she has a breast implant disease that causes migraine and muscle aches. Women planning a plastic surgery should be warned about the possibility of breast implant disease, say British surgeons. Breast Implant Disease (BII) is a poorly understood disease that is not officially recognized by the NHS. Women, …

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