Ebola Outbreak Declared Health Emergency in Congo

EBOLA OUTBREAK DECLARED HEALTH EMERGENCY IN CONGO

Ebola virus disease outbreak in Congo is declared as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by WHO.

Twitter and AI can See Who is Hitting the Gym: Study

TWITTER AND AI CAN SEE WHO IS HITTING THE GYM: STUDY

Artificial intelligence can use social media data to provide a population-level view of physical activity, and inform future efforts...

 
 
 
Hypertension Poorly Managed in Low- and Middle-income Countries: Study

HYPERTENSION POORLY MANAGED IN LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES: STUDY

Health systems in low- and middle-income countries are poorly prepared for the increasing number of people with high blood pressure.

Names With Hidden Nature Meanings: Part 5

NAMES WITH HIDDEN NATURE MEANINGS: PART 5

Thinking about naming your baby one of these cool baby names? It might have a hidden nature meaning.

 
 
 
Research says fasting while pregnant affects baby's growth rate, increases risk of adult-onset disorders

RESEARCH SAYS FASTING WHILE PREGNANT AFFECTS BABY'S GROWTH RATE, INCREASES RISK OF ADULT-ONSET DISORDERS

Intrauterine growth restriction is an irreversible complication of pregnancy that results in poor fetal growth. IUGR is caused by maternal...

Music calmed nervous pre-op patients just as well as drugs in a new study

MUSIC CALMED NERVOUS PRE-OP PATIENTS JUST AS WELL AS DRUGS IN A NEW STUDY

Addictive drugs called benzodiazepines are often used to calm nervous patients before surgery, but University of Pennsylvania researchers...

 
 
 
Girl Baby Names: Part 1

GIRL BABY NAMES: PART 1

Like a girl blossoming into a woman, sometimes their names are flowers blossoming into tongue twisters. Do some mouth exercises and...

BioActor study: Evidence so far suggests citrus flavanones, metabolites benefit gastrointestinal function

BIOACTOR STUDY: EVIDENCE SO FAR SUGGESTS CITRUS FLAVANONES, METABOLITES BENEFIT GASTROINTESTINAL FUNCTION

A group of Dutch researchers looked at 22 published studies to summarize the evidence we have so far on the health benefits of a group...

 
 
 
Study boosts microbiome fitness and diet quality link

STUDY BOOSTS MICROBIOME FITNESS AND DIET QUALITY LINK

Researchers continue to link diet with gut health as a US team find fruit, vegetable and whole grain consumption results in higher...

Women with diabetes are up to 47% more likely than men to get heart failure

WOMEN WITH DIABETES ARE UP TO 47% MORE LIKELY THAN MEN TO GET HEART FAILURE

The risk was particularly high for type 1 diabetics, according to a large study by the George Institute for Global Health in Oxford....

 
 
 
Girl Baby Names: Part 4

GIRL BABY NAMES: PART 4

Girl names with silent vowels and silent consonants might be confusing to the eye but the names can be beautiful to the ears. Check...

Woman whose Lyme disease makes her feel 'like she has dementia' is raising £6,000 for treatment

WOMAN WHOSE LYME DISEASE MAKES HER FEEL 'LIKE SHE HAS DEMENTIA' IS RAISING £6,000 FOR TREATMENT

Clare Haworth, from North Lanarkshire, first became ill six years ago but doesn't remember ever being bitten by a tick, which is how...

 
 
 
One in 6 'broken heart syndrome' patients have had cancer, study finds

ONE IN 6 'BROKEN HEART SYNDROME' PATIENTS HAVE HAD CANCER, STUDY FINDS

People can develop 'broken heart syndrome' when unexpected stress causes the heart to contort and malfunction. Many patients have had...

Gwendoline Christie Submitted HERSELF For An Emmy Nomination After HBO Didn't

GWENDOLINE CHRISTIE SUBMITTED HERSELF FOR AN EMMY NOMINATION AFTER HBO DIDN'T

Ser Brienne of Tarth will reign as knight of our hearts FOREVER If you're unfamiliar with Game of Thrones' Ser Brienne of Tarth, you...

 
 
 
Caring Interactions in Secondary Prevention Programs: A Qualitative Inquiry of Individuals With Parkinson's Disease

CARING INTERACTIONS IN SECONDARY PREVENTION PROGRAMS: A QUALITATIVE INQUIRY OF INDIVIDUALS WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Background and Purpose: With Parkinson's disease prevalence rates steadily increasing and long-term adherence to regular physical activity...

Septic Arthritis Outbreak: Multiple Injection Safety Violations Found in New Jersey

SEPTIC ARTHRITIS OUTBREAK: MULTIPLE INJECTION SAFETY VIOLATIONS FOUND IN NEW JERSEY

After a septic outbreak, in 2017, at a New Jersey outpatient facility multiple violations of injection safety and infection prevention...

 
 
 
Gut infections can cause Parkinson's, study shows

GUT INFECTIONS CAN CAUSE PARKINSON'S, STUDY SHOWS

The groundbreaking findings by researchers in Canada could lead to the development of a drug that prevents the devastating disorder.

Autism Largely Caused by Genetics, Not Environment

AUTISM LARGELY CAUSED BY GENETICS, NOT ENVIRONMENT

He largest study of its kind, involving more than 2 million people across five countries, finds that autism spectrum disorders are...

 
 
 
The Trailer For J.Lo's Film ‘Hustlers' Is The Most Badass Thing You'll See Today

THE TRAILER FOR J.LO'S FILM ‘HUSTLERS' IS THE MOST BADASS THING YOU'LL SEE TODAY

Hustlers , starring Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu, hits theaters in September Ever wanted to see Jennifer Lopez, Betty from Riverdale...

Learning new skills could make older people's brains 30 years younger in six weeks, study claims

LEARNING NEW SKILLS COULD MAKE OLDER PEOPLE'S BRAINS 30 YEARS YOUNGER IN SIX WEEKS, STUDY CLAIMS

Taking up three new tasks at the same time boosts mental power and protects against Alzheimer's disease, scientists from California...

 
 
 




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