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Millions Should Stop Taking Aspirin for Heart Health 1 NEWS NOW

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

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Neurons help reduce neonatal seizures: study

ANI | Updated: 22. July 2019, 23:24 IS <! – 8 minutes ago -> <! – – Rajat Sharma -> Washington DC [USA] 22. July (ANI): A recent study has found an innovative approach to possibly slowing the progression of epilepsy and reducing neonatal seizures. The study was published in the Journal & # 39; Journal of Neurosciences. University of …

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Early introduction of peanuts in infants to reduce allergy risk suggests the study

Early adoption of peanuts in infants to reduce allergy risk (Representative image) & nbsp; Photo credits: Thinkstock Washington DC: An early introduction to peanuts in infant feeding can reduce the risk of peanut allergy. According to the latest study, infants who are regularly fed peanut protein have a lower risk of peanut allergies. The researchers suggest that peanut protein (such …

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5 Protein Powder Top fitness coaches swear by • Gear Patrol

Getting the workout right is just as important as doing regular gym work – and recovery starts with a good protein powder. Protein is by far the most important macronutrient when it comes to getting your muscles off a workout. Ingestion shortly after exercise promotes muscle recovery and muscle growth and is an indispensable step for anyone with a fixed …

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Study discovers how diabetes leads to vascular disease

(Representative image) & nbsp | Photo credits: Thinkstock Washington, DC: A team of scientists and physicians identified a cellular link between diabetes and one of its major complications – the narrowing of the blood vessel – that increases the risk of several serious illnesses, including heart disease, and stroke. The same team previously noted that high blood sugar, the hallmark …

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Hospitals show an increase of 65-70% in OPD patients

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Dengue Fever Surfaces, Health Dept alerted the residents

Tribune News Service Amritsar, July 20 As the district has reported a dengue-positive case, the Department of Health has asked residents to make adequate provision to keep the disease at bay. Health officials said that out of 68 suspected cases reported so far, one patient from Ajnala tested positive for dengue. According to officials, people should take precautions, as dengue …

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Smokers have more complications after skin cancer surgery, says study

Complications following skin cancer surgery may be more common in smokers and former smokers, as suggested by a US study. Researchers investigated the results after "Mohs reconstruction," a procedure to remove a skin cancer lesion. Once the cancer is removed, often from the head or neck, surgeons can close the site with a rag from surrounding tissue or a skin …

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Public Dental Health – Why is this important in India?

Mohsin Khan, a 42-year-old artisan from Bareilly, now brushes his teeth twice a day and is determined to quit smoking. His efforts to maintain dental health, however, come too late. Doctors have found leukoplakia – a cancer precursor – in Khan's mouth. He also has spots and periodontitis, a chronic inflammatory disease that destroys bone and gum tissue that support …

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Broken heart can lead to cancer, according to the AHA study

Delhi: The broken heart syndrome can actually cause cancer and vice versa, according to a recent study by the American Heart Association (AHA). Published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, found that 1 in 6 people with heart disease had cancer. In addition, those individuals are less likely to survive five years after onset compared to heart failure …

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