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USPSTF recommendation statement on screening for obstructive

he U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) concludes that the current evidence is insufficient to make a recommendation about screening for obstr...
16-11-2022 16:06

Ultraprocessed foods linked to premature deaths

  Ultraprocessed foods (UPFs), ready-to-eat-or-heat industrial formulations made with ingredients extracted from foods or synthesized in laboratorie...
08-11-2022 16:06

Mindfulness shows promise as an effective intervention to lo

American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2022, Abstract 18627Reports and ProceedingsAMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATIONPrintEmail AppEmbargoed until 3:53...
08-11-2022 16:06

Warning: Aspirin-Containing Antacid Medicines Can Cause Blee

The next time you reach for a nonprescription drug to treat your upset stomach or heartburn, consider whether you should use one of the many antacids ...
08-11-2022 16:06

Physical activity in the afternoon or evening is linked to r

 A new study published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]) finds that afternoon or evening p...
03-11-2022 16:06

Initiative to increase lung cancer screening in the United S

  Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the United States, accounting for almost 25% of all cancer deaths. Despite advances in treatme...
02-11-2022 16:06

Sleep Research Society position statement supports adoption

With the annual change from daylight saving time to standard time approaching on Sunday, Nov. 6, a new position statement from the Sleep Research So...
02-11-2022 16:06

Dieters may overestimate the healthiness of their eating hab

 In a small study, most adults seeking to lose weight overestimated the healthiness of their diet, according to preliminary research to be presented ...
01-11-2022 16:06

Alcohol risk factors for acute stroke

 INTERSTROKE study is one of the largest international studies of risk factors for strokePeer-Reviewed PublicationNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND GALW...
28-10-2022 16:06

Sedentary lifestyle and sugary diet more detrimental to men

A new study from the University of Missouri School of Medicine is the first evidence in humans that short-term lifestyle changes can disrupt the res...
28-10-2022 16:06

Crossword puzzles beat computer video games in slowing memor

Study finds adults with mild cognitive decline assigned puzzles showed less brain shrinkage, better daily functioning IMAGE: COLUMBIA-DUKE STUDY SHO...
28-10-2022 16:06

At risk for diabetes" Cut the carbs, says new study

While low-carb diets are often recommended for those being treated for diabetes, little evidence exists on whether eating fewer carbs can impact the b...
27-10-2022 16:06

Best evidence yet that lowering blood pressure can prevent d

A global study of over 28,000 people has provided the strongest evidence to date that lowering blood pressure in later life can cut the risk of dement...
26-10-2022 16:07

Regular physical activity may boost effectiveness of COVID-1

 Regular physical activity may boost the effectiveness of the COVID-19 jab, with the level of protection afforded against serious infection rising in...
26-10-2022 16:07

Plant-based diet leads to greater reduction in harmful dieta

 Eating a plant-based diet reduces inflammatory dietary advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) by 79%, compared to a 15% reduction for a diet that in...
25-10-2022 16:06

Diet and exercise for obese mothers protects cardiovascular

A lifestyle intervention of diet and exercise in pregnancy protects against cardiovascular risk in infants, a new study has found.The study, publishe...
25-10-2022 16:06

First medical guideline recommends new prescription medicati

 Diet and exercise fail for most adults who try to lose weight in the long-term. Today the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) released n...
21-10-2022 16:06

Study shows certain foods reduce hot flashes associated with

Trial participants lost, on average, eight pounds in 12 weeksA new study, published by the North American Menopause Society in the journal Menopause...
21-10-2022 16:06

Do caffeine and alcohol affect fertility treatments"

A recent analysis published in Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica found no association between women\'s caffeine consumption and pregnanc...
21-10-2022 16:06

Spice containers pose contamination risk during food prepara

 A government-funded study on the potential for cross-contaminating kitchen surfaces with pathogens during food preparation has pointed to an unlikel...
21-10-2022 16:06

Birdsong is good for mental health

In the study, the researchers examined how traffic noise and birdsong affect mood, paranoia, and cognitive functioning by carrying out a randomized on...
15-10-2022 16:06

USPSTF recommends screening for anxiety in children and adol

  The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends screening for anxiety in children and adolescents ages 8 to 18 and concludes that the...
12-10-2022 16:06

New study finds no association between potato consumption an

Although potatoes are a nutrient-rich vegetable, they are often singled out as a food to limit. In fact, despite the Dietary Guidelines for Americans?...
12-10-2022 16:06

USPSTF recommends screening for major depressive disorder (M

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends screening for major depressive disorder (MDD) in adolescents ages 12 to 18 and concludes t...
12-10-2022 16:06

Mother?s ultra-processed food intake linked to obesity risk

A mother?s consumption of ultra-processed foods appears to be linked to an increased risk of overweight or obesity in her offspring, irrespective of o...
07-10-2022 16:06

Study links omega-3s to improved brain structure, cognition

 Holy mackerel! Could eating salmon, cod, tuna, herring or sardines keep our brains healthy and our thinking agile in middle age" New research makes ...
06-10-2022 16:06

Eating late increases hunger, decreases calories burned, and

Obesity afflicts approximately 42 percent of the U.S. adult population and contributes to the onset of chronic diseases, including diabetes, cancer, a...
05-10-2022 16:07

Which grains you eat can impact your risk of getting heart d

In one of the first studies to examine the relationship between different types of grain intake and premature coronary artery disease in the Middle Ea...
05-10-2022 16:07

Being lonely and unhappy accelerates aging more than smoking

Molecular damage accumulates and contributes to the development of aging-related frailty and serious diseases. In some people these molecular processe...
28-09-2022 16:06

Coffee drinking is associated with increased longevity

Drinking two to three cups of coffee a day is linked with a longer lifespan and lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared with avoiding coffee, ac...
28-09-2022 16:06

Low-carb vegan diet shows similar health benefits to vegetar

A low-carb vegan diet has the same health effects as a vegetarian diet, but at a much lower cost to the environment, according to new research from St...
28-09-2022 16:06

FDA Proposes Updated Definition of ?Healthy? Claim on Food P

 Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed updated criteria for when foods can be labeled with the nutrient content claim ?healthy? on th...
28-09-2022 16:06

More older adults should be checking blood pressure at home

Only 48% of people age 50 to 80 who take blood pressure medications or have a health condition that?s affected by hypertension ...
24-09-2022 16:06

Wearing a pedometer ? even if you don't look at it ? may boo

Peer-Reviewed Publication IMAGE: PEOPLE WEARING STEP TRACKERS WALK MORE, EVEN IF THEY DON\'T LOOK AT THEIR DEVICE. view more CREDIT: JAREN WILKEY...
23-09-2022 16:06

Healthy lifestyle linked to 90% lower risk of diabetes in su

Women with a history of diabetes in pregnancy can still reduce their chances of developing type 2 diabetes by adopting a healthy lifestyle, such as ea...
23-09-2022 16:06

A healthy lifestyle may help former smokers lower their risk

Former smokers who stick to a healthy lifestyle have a lower risk of dying from all causes than those who don?t engage in healthy habits, ...
23-09-2022 16:06

Clinical trial shows implantable shock absorber Knee pain is

Results from a multi-center clinical trial, presented today at an orthopedic symposium in Boston, show a new implantable shock absorber can relieve pa...
23-09-2022 16:06

Researcher calls for tailoring colorectal cancer screening f

  It?s been a year since national recommendations issued by the American Cancer Society and the U.S. Multi-Society Task Force called for colorectal ...
23-09-2022 16:06

Simple 20-20-20 screen rule really does help with eye strain

It?s long been recommended as a way of easing eye strain while working at a computer screen. Now the 20-20-20 rule ? taking a break of at least 20 sec...
22-09-2022 16:08

A consistent lack of sleep negatively impacts immune stem ce

 IMAGE: INSUFFICIENT SLEEP AND THE IMPACT ON IMMUNE STEM CELLS. THE LEFT SIDE OF THE FIGURE SHOWS THE SLEEP TIME OF THE HUMANS IN THE STUDY. PARTICI...
22-09-2022 16:08

Stain-resistant school uniforms could expose children to har

 Children who wear stain-resistant school uniforms may be exposed to potentially harmful levels of chemicals, according to a new study by researchers...
22-09-2022 16:08

Do sleep timing and duration affect dementia risk"

 New research published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society suggests that the time people go to bed and the amount of time they sleep...
22-09-2022 16:08

Many heart-related emergencies are due to uncontrolled blood

 The top cardiovascular (CVD) diagnoses from U.S. emergency departments suggest that many cardiovascular emergencies are due to poorly controlled hig...
21-09-2022 16:06

Statin use not justified for healthy people with high choles

  About 40 million adults in the United States regularly take statins to lower their cholesterol levels and reduce their risk of heart disease and s...
21-09-2022 16:06

People who are ?night owls? could have greater risk of type

Are you an early bird or a night owl" Our activity patterns and sleep cycles could influence our risk of diseases, such as type 2 diabetes and heart d...
21-09-2022 16:06

Protein restriction can be effective in combating obesity an

 Cutting protein intake can help control metabolic syndrome and some of its main symptoms, such as obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure (hyperte...
21-09-2022 16:06

High intake of whole grains, fiber, fish and omega-3 fatty a

 Eating a diet high in whole grains, fibre, fish and n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) may reduce the risk of dying from all causes in adults w...
17-09-2022 16:06

Seven healthy lifestyle habits may reduce dementia risk for

 A combination of seven healthy lifestyle habits including sleeping seven to nine hours daily, exercising regularly and having frequent social contac...
17-09-2022 16:06

Dairy products in moderate amounts may protect against type

 New research being presented at the annual meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes in Stockholm, Sweden (19-23 Sept) shows tha...
17-09-2022 16:06

Added phosphorus in food bad for you

 The International Food Additives Council (IFAC), a global association representing manufacturers and end-users of food ingredients, has released its...
17-09-2022 16:06

Adult ADHD linked to elevated risk of cardiovascular disease

 Adults with ADHD are at greater risk of developing a range of cardiovascular diseases than those without the condition, according to a large observa...
17-09-2022 16:06

Walk then sit: A scientific recipe that helps babies stop cr

 New research published in Current Biology on September 13 demonstrates the importance of carrying crying infants rather than simply holding them. ...
15-09-2022 16:07

Twice-daily nasal irrigation reduces COVID-related illness,

 Starting twice daily flushing of the mucus-lined nasal cavity with a mild saline solution soon after testing positive for COVID-19 can significantly...
15-09-2022 16:07

Screening for type 2 diabetes in children, adolescents

  The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) concludes that the current evidence is insufficient to make a recommendation about screening for ...
15-09-2022 16:07

?Bulk and cut? dieting linked to symptoms of eating disorder

A new study, published in the journal Eating and Weight Disorders ? Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity, has found that nearly half of men, and...
13-09-2022 16:06

Older adults with regular activity routines are happier and

Older adults who consistently get up early and remain active throughout the day are happier and perform better on cognitive tests than those with irre...
13-09-2022 16:06

Pace as important as 10,000 steps for health, finds new rese

 The studies, published in leading journals JAMA Internal Medicine and JAMA Neurology, monitored 78, 500 adults with wearable trackers ? making th...
13-09-2022 16:06

Eating at night increased depression and anxiety-related moo

Beating the blues with food" A new study adds evidence that meal timing may affect mental health, including levels of depression- and anxiety-related ...
13-09-2022 16:06

Front-loading calories early in the day reduces hunger but d

 There?s the old saying in dieting that one must ?breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dine like a pauper,? based on the belief that consu...
10-09-2022 16:06

Study suggests possible link between artificial sweeteners a

These food additives ?should not be considered a healthy and safe alternative to sugar,? argue researchersA large study of French adults published by¬...
09-09-2022 16:06

Fish oil and vitamin D supplements in pregnancy lower the ri

Babies and children under three years old are less likely to develop croup if their mothers took fish oil and vitamin D supplements during pregnancy, ...
08-09-2022 16:06

The flu shot can reduce your risk of stroke

 Getting an annual flu shot may be associated with a lower risk of stroke, according to a study published in the September 7, 2022, online issue of ...
08-09-2022 16:06

Exercise for Primary and Secondary Prevention of Cardiovascu

In the first part of the focus seminar series, the authors highlight the need for regular exercise to meet or exceed the current physical activity gui...
08-09-2022 16:06

New study links ultra-processed foods and colorectal cancer

 For many Americans, the convenience of pre-cooked and instant meals may make it easy to overlook the less-than-ideal nutritional information, but a ...
02-09-2022 16:06

Two new studies link ultra-processed foods with heart diseas

 Two large studies published by The BMJ today find links between high consumption of ultra-processed foods and increased risks of cardiovascular di...
02-09-2022 16:06

Blood type A linked to your risk of stroke before age 60

 Gene variants associated with a person?s blood type may be linked to their risk of early stroke, according to a new meta-analysis published in the A...
01-09-2022 16:06

Low physical function after age 65 associated with future ca

 Among people older than age 65 who were assessed using a short physical function test, having lower physical function was independently associated w...
01-09-2022 16:06

Drinking black tea may be associated with lower mortality ri

 A prospective cohort study found that drinking black tea may be associated with a moderately lower mortality risk. The risk was lowest among persons...
01-09-2022 16:06

Boosting duration, intensity & frequency of physical activit

 The study, in Circulation, is one of the first to examine the association between objectively measured physical activity levels and heart failure ri...
30-08-2022 16:06

Study highlights lifelong benefits of statin therapy

 Stopping statin treatment early could substantially reduce lifetime protection against heart disease since a large share of the benefit occurs later...
27-08-2022 16:06

Feeling anxious or blue" Ultra-processed foods may be t

Do you love those sugary-sweet beverages, reconstituted meat products and packaged snacks" You may want to reconsider based on a new study that explor...
27-08-2022 16:06

NEWS RELEASE 26-AUG-2022 Good sleepers have lower risk of he

Nine in ten people do not get a good night?s sleep, according to research presented at ESC Congress 2022.1 The study found that suboptimal sleep was ...
27-08-2022 16:06

Smoking is even more damaging to the heart than previously t

Smokers have weaker hearts than non-smokers, according to research presented at ESC Congress 2022.1 The study found that the more people smoked, the...
27-08-2022 16:06

Statins provide protective immune benefits for females

 Cholesterol tends to get a bad rap through its association with cardiovascular disease. But its role in the body is much more nuanced.When we have t...
26-08-2022 16:06

Leading urologists release consensus statements advocating f

 An international panel of seven leading urologists from North America and Europe reviewed over 50 original clinical research studies and developed s...
26-08-2022 16:06

Octogenarians should walk 10 minutes a day to prolong life

One hour of walking per week is associated with greater longevity in people aged 85 years and above, according to research presented at ESC Congress 2...
26-08-2022 16:06

Many types of leisure time activities may lower risk of deat

 : Older adults who participate weekly in many different types of leisure time activities, such as walking for exercise, jogging, swimming laps, or ...
26-08-2022 16:06

Physical activity may have a stronger role than genes in lon

Previous research has shown that low physical activity and greater time spent sitting are associated with a higher risk of death. Does risk change if ...
26-08-2022 16:06

People with an obsessive urge to constantly check the news a

 People with an obsessive urge to constantly check the news are more likely to suffer from stress, anxiety, as well as physical ill health, finds a n...
26-08-2022 16:06

What older adults do while they sit affects dementia risk

 Adults aged 60 and older who sit for long periods watching TV or other such passive, sedentary behaviors may be at increased risk of developing deme...
24-08-2022 16:06

Lack of sleep makes us less generous

 Humans help each other ? it?s one of the foundations of civilized society. But a new study by scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, ...
24-08-2022 16:06

Regular physical activity linked to lower risk of COVID-19 i

Regular physical activity is linked to a lower risk of COVID-19 infection and severity, including hospital admission and death, finds a pooled data an...
24-08-2022 16:06

Non-nutritive sweeteners affect human microbiomes and can al

Since the late 1800s non-nutritive sweeteners have promised to deliver all the sweetness of sugar with none of the calories. They have long been belie...
20-08-2022 16:06

Recreational runners benefit from adjusting their training b

¬†A study at the University of Jyvšskylš, Finland, compared a traditional endurance training program with a program that was individually adjusted bas...
20-08-2022 16:06

GlyNAC supplementation reverses mitochondrial dysfunction, o

 A randomized, double blind human clinical trial conducted by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine reveals that supplementation with GlyNAC ? a ...
20-08-2022 16:06

Exercise answer: Research shows it?s how often you do it, no

 So? should I exercise a little bit every day, or exercise for longer once a week"It?s a dilemma faced by many health-conscious people ? and new res...
16-08-2022 16:06

Vitamin D supplementation seems to alleviate depressive symp

An extensive meta-analysis suggests that vitamin D supplementation may alleviate depressive symptoms in adults with depression. Conducted by an intern...
16-08-2022 16:06

Study shows annual screening before age 50 leads to lower pr

A new study led by University of Ottawa professors has found Canadian provinces that annually screen women aged 40-49 had lower proportions of advance...
12-08-2022 16:06

Dietary salt substitutes lower risk of heart attack/stroke a

Dietary salt substitutes lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from all causes and cardiovascular disease, finds a pooled data analysis of...
12-08-2022 16:06

Which leisure activities are linked to lower risk of dementi

  Leisure activities, such as reading a book, doing yoga and spending time with family and friends, may help lower the risk of dementia, according t...
12-08-2022 16:06

Why do men face a higher risk of most types of cancer than w

Rates of most types of cancer are higher in men than in women for reasons that are unclear. Results from a recent study published by CANCER, a peer-r...
09-08-2022 16:06

Latest Health Research -Aging, General Health, Medicine, Sup

 AgingEducation, job, and social life may help protect brain from cognitive declineWhy do some people with amyloid plaques in their brains associated...
09-08-2022 16:06

Education, job, and social life may help protect brain from

 Why do some people with amyloid plaques in their brains associated with Alzheimer?s disease show no signs of the disease, while others with the same...
05-08-2022 16:06

Vegans who lift weights may have stronger bones than other p

 People on a plant-based diet who do strength training as opposed to other forms of exercise such as biking or swimming may have stronger bones than ...
05-08-2022 16:06

Flare-ups of gout are linked to heart attack and stroke

Experts at the University of Nottingham, in collaboration with experts at Keele University, have found that the risk of heart attacks and strokes temp...
03-08-2022 16:06

Could acupuncture help ward off diabetes"

 It?s been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of illnesses ? and now acupuncture could also help fight one of the 21st century?s biggest...
03-08-2022 16:06

Using smartphones could help improve memory skills

 Using digital devices, such as smartphones, could help improve memory skills rather than causing people to become lazy or forgetful, finds a new stu...
02-08-2022 16:06

Diets higher in calcium and potassium may help prevent recur

 chronic kidney disease, cardiovascular disease. If you\'ve experienced a kidney stone once, you have a 30% chance of having another kidney stone wi...
02-08-2022 16:06

Research links red meat intake, gut microbiome, and cardiova

 Does eating more meat?especially red meat and processed meat?raise the risk of cardiovascular disease, and if so, why" Despite intense study, the im...
02-08-2022 16:06

It doesn?t matter much which fiber you choose ? just get mor

-- That huge array of dietary fiber supplements in the drugstore or grocery aisle can be overwhelming to a consumer. They make all sorts of health cla...
30-07-2022 16:06
 



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