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Menstrual cups safe, practical and cheap: study

PARIS – Inexpensive and reusable menstrual cups are safe and as unlikely as disposable pads or tampons to leak, according to the first major scientific review of the devices, published Wednesday. Some 70 percent of women who have tried menstrual cups Sanitary protection remains unavailable and unaffordable to many women around the world, the authors noted This means monthly In …

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Confessions of a chronic fatigued skeptic

"Chronic fatigue, my ass!" I have to make a confession. I have often considered people internally overly dramatic throughout my life. There I said it. I am a censorship. I owe to the inner roll of eyes, the dubious compassion and frankly some completely uneducated trains of thought. And now that the spit is upside down, I feel stupid, guilty, …

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The work of mothers with solvents is associated with a higher risk of autism for children

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) – According to a recent study, the likelihood of women exposed to solvents in the workplace to children with autism is higher than that of mothers without this occupational exposure. Researchers used data on the work experience of 750 mothers and 891 fathers to determine the frequency and intensity of occupational exposure before and during …

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Women with paid jobs see slower memory loss later in life, according to the study

That's because paid work may provide mental stimulation, financial benefits, and social bonds that can limit the decline in memory as women's ages increase, said Elizabeth Rose Mayeda, research assistant professor of epidemiology at the Fielding School of Public Health of UCLA. With women accounting for nearly two-thirds of all Americans with Alzheimer's disease, research may suggest that preventing the …

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Man pulls carnivorous bacteria while kayaking

A man from Alabama "struggling for his life" for a carnivorous bacterial infection he sustained during a weekend kayak trip, according to his wife, who shared gruesome photos on social media to warn others about the rare disease , [19659002] Ricky Rutherford and his wife Cassey from Waterloo – along with their family and friends – rode the Second Creek …

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Some edible insects beat orange juice and olive oil in the antioxidant test

New research has shown that edible insects have a high level of antioxidants. Regardless of whether or not you are taking advantage of the health benefits of consuming antioxidants, this is an important nutritional insight. About one third of the world eats insects. They are a high-protein, potentially environmentally friendly alternative to chicken, pork and beef. However, a research team …

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University of Calgary scientists identify new cells with potential to heal the heart

Scientists at the University of Calgary have found that they have been diagnosed as having lost their lives in Canada. A team of researchers identified a new immune cell with Immunity – reveals researchers first discovered the cell in mice with damaged hearts. "We ' [http://enwikipediaorg/wiki/Portal_Founder_Calcary_Party_Documentary_Party_Dealer_PrintinDeniset By injecting an extra gene into the mice, investigators make a change in the …

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