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Are you testing your microbiota, a good idea?

Illustration of toilets. – Pixabay Patients with indigestion often take years to name their ailments. In the last decade, many studies of the microbiota colony have been carried out by bacteria in our intestines that play a role in digestion, but also have a strong impact on our health. These tests, if scientifically validated, could provide valuable information for caregivers …

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Scientists unveil new factor that can affect longevity

US scientists published the results of a study that says that excessive neuronal activity in the brain plays a role in aging and reduces life expectancy in humans. Their investigations showed that the REST protein can suppress this excess. Scientists at Harvard Medical School in the US discovered that excessive neural activity in the brain is associated with disorders ranging …

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drinking a little every day is more dangerous than being drunk!

Study published today in EP Europace, the Journal of the European Society of Cardiology, found that consumption of low levels of alcohol is often associated with a higher risk of atrial fibrillation (a very common arrhythmia). Atrial fibrillation : A Very Common Heart Disease in France "The recommendations on Alcohol Use focused exclusively on volume reduction of drunk rather than …

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Vapotage: A study combines electronic cigarette and inflammation of the lungs

Wellbeing HEALTH – Does vapors affect the lungs? American study shows that even short, nicotine-free taking of e-cigarettes contributes to pneumonia-related lung cancer 2019-10-17T12: 45: 21.555Z Idèr Nabili Would be steaming our lungs damage? US researchers at Ohio State University believe that e-cigarettes can cause lung inflammation, even if they are only used for a short time without nicotine or …

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Five things you should know about fentanyl and the opiate crisis

The latest figures from Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report more than 400,000 overdose deaths in the US between 1999 and 2018 and more than 130 deaths per day today. [201502] In 2018, the number of fatal overdoses in the United States dropped for the first time in twenty years, but the number of deaths from fentanyl and other synthetic …

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Health Magazine | Passive smoking reaches the hearts of children

Does Passive Smoking reach the hearts of children? The answer is yes. To prove this, US scientists followed 5,124 children under the age of 18 between 1971 and 2014. The parents were accompanied by doctors every 2 to 4 years. And every 4 to 8 years for children. Volunteers were considered smokers starting from a minimum cigar a day during …

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E-cigarettes could help more than 50,000 smokers quit each year in the UK

A recent study of the UK population, published yesterday in the journal Addiction shows a positive relationship between the number of people who quit smoking after switching to an electronic cigarette , The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Louvain (UCL) and funded by Cancer Research UK (previously peer-reviewed), found that the use of e-cigarettes in experiments has …

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Drinking sweet would be worse than eating sugar

It would not be sweet to eat that makes you fat but sweet to drink. Chinese researchers gave mice extra sugar, either in the diet or in the drink. In both cases, the added sugar accounted for 73% of their calorie intake. This can be read on the health pages of Figaro . After eight weeks the mice that drank …

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Health Magazine | How to recognize meningitis to respond as soon as possible

Meningitis is an infection of the meninges, the thin membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord. Can be very dangerous, can be found with certain symptoms. There are many causes of meningitis: viruses, bacteria, fungi. Meningitis of viral origin is generally benign. But in their bacterial form, they are very serious and potentially life-threatening. Without treatment, the patient dies …

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Therefore, some people may sleep (only) four hours a night

We are not all the same before sleeping. While an average adult needs at least seven hours a night, some are fit after four hours in bed. Why? To recover well after a day of hard work, it is recommended to sleep at least seven hours a night . The French have less sleep, as they spent an average of …

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