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Blood Transfusions For Aging Cure Are Unproven And Risky, FDA Warns
Blood Transfusions For Aging Cure Are Unproven And Risky, FDA Warns Blood Transfusions For Aging Cure Are Unproven And Risky, FDA Warns. If you think the idea of getting a transfusion with "young blood" to ward off aging sounds far-fetched, well, U.S. health officials agree. As on (Feb. 19), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it was concerned about reports...
Men Who Do 40 Pushups May Have Better Heart Health
Men Who Do 40 Pushups May Have Better Heart Health Men Who Do 40 Pushups May Have Better Heart Health. How frequent do you get yourself engaged in pushups weekly? And if you haven’t be doing so, it is time to begin getting engage doing pushups. Traditional pushups are beneficial for building upper body strength. The ability to do a lot of pushups...
Sleep Deprivation: Here's How Poor Sleep May Hurt Your Heart?
Sleep Deprivation: Here's How Poor Sleep May Hurt Your Heart Sleep Deprivation: Here's How Poor Sleep May Hurt Your Heart. If you have not been giving your body the amount of sleep it requires there are slight chance you too fall ill unknowingly. According to a previous research in November 26, 2017. A new study explains why your brain feels so...
Is Seasonal Affective Disorder Real? Symptoms & Therapy
Is Seasonal Affective Disorder Real? Symptoms & Therapy Is Seasonal Affective Disorder Real? Symptoms & Therapy. Have you ever for once come in contact with someone who just go sad for unknown reasons to you, and you try to figure where have I actually wrong him or her? Sometimes this people could actually act like they have lost their mind when...
Marijuana Lollipop May Have Triggered Man's Heart Attack
Marijuana Lollipop May Have Triggered Man's Heart Attack Marijuana Lollipop May Have Triggered Man's Heart Attack. Medical marijuana is used to treat a variety of issues, from chronic pain and migraines to severe nausea and seizures. But can it help save your life during a heart attack? And also, according to some reports in 2018, medical researchers observed sudden heart problems in people who had...
More Women Reported To Have Rare Cancer Linked to Breast Implants
More Women Reported To Have Rare Cancer Linked to Breast Implants Most women would go for either saline, and silicone gel breast implants to make their breasts bigger and fuller. While some can be done for reconstructive purposes, such as after a mastectomy for breast cancer, or for cosmetic reasons. But the question is, Can Breast Implants Make You Sick? Getting breast implants can change a person’s life for the better....
Marijuana Intake Linked To Improve Sperm Counts In Surprising StudyMarijuana Intake Linked To Improve Sperm Counts In Surprising Study
Marijuana Intake Linked To Improve Sperm Counts In Surprising Study The use of some substances, including marijuana and cocaine, may reduce sperm counts. Men who smoke cigarettes may have lower sperm counts than men who do not smoke according to previous health research. But of recently, new study prove men who smoke marijuana could have higher sperm counts. Men who smoke...
Cancers Related To Obesity Rates Are Rising Among Millennials In U.S
Cancers Related To Obesity Rates Are Rising Among Millennials In U.S The American Cancer Society now recommends colorectal cancer tests begin at age 45. Experts say the change would save lives as well as money. The obesity epidemic may be contributing to an increase in certain cancers among millennials in the U.S., a new study suggests. A researcher’s team in 2018 at the...
Women's Brains Are 3 Years 'Younger' To Their Men's Agemate, Study Suggests
Women's Brains Are 3 Years 'Younger' To Their Men's Agemate, Study Suggests Women's Brains Are 3 Years 'Younger' To Their Men's Agemate, Study Suggests. "Young at heart," but what about young in the brain? Why research had indicated women who abuse stimulants experience critical, long-term decrease in brain volume as well as changes that affect crucial emotional and decision-making abilities — even...
Israeli Biotech Scientists Company Claim To Cure Cancer Within A Year
Israeli Biotech Scientists Company Claim To Cure Cancer Within A Year Israeli Biotech Scientists Company Claim To Cure Cancer Within A Year. Scientists at an Israeli biotech company say that they believe they will have a cure for cancer within a year. It revealed that they might have found the first complete cure for cancer which will be affordable, quick, and...
Flu Complications Increases Risk Of Stroke And Ruptured Arteries
Flu Complications Increases Risk Of Stroke And Ruptured Arteries Flu Complications Increases Risk Of Stroke And Ruptured Arteries. Two new Flu can make you deathly ill, but it could also trigger a stroke or a rupture in your neck arteries. The findings prompted an urgent reminder from the researchers: Getting a flu shot will not only protect you against infection but may also reduce your risk for these...
What Alzheimer's Diseases? Symptoms And Causes
What Alzheimer's Diseases? Symptoms And Causes What Alzheimer's Diseases? Symptoms And Causes. Last week, there was seemingly groundbreaking news: Scientists had found a cause of Alzheimer and with it, a possible cure — of the  disease. The study that spurred last week's headlines was published on Jan. 23 in the journal Science Advances. In this study, researchers suggested that Porphyromonas gingivalis, the bacteria that...
Pet Hedgehogs Link As Source Of A Salmonella Outbreak
Pet Hedgehogs Link As Source Of A Salmonella Outbreak Pet Hedgehogs Link As Source Of A Salmonella Outbreak. Hedgehogs can carry salmonella even when they appear healthy. Wild hedgehogs have been living in Africa forever but only in recent years have they been kept as pets. Most North American pet hedgehogs,typically called African pygmy hedgehogs, were bred from African species and are...
Chinese Scientist Who Created Gene-Edited Babies Lied, Authorities Say
Chinese Scientist Who Created Gene-Edited Babies Lied, Authorities Say Chinese Scientist Who Created Gene-Edited Babies Lied, Authorities Say. The researcher who created genetically modified babies behaved improperly, authorities in China said yesterday (Jan. 21). If true, it would be a profound leap of science and ethics. Many mainstream scientists think it’s too unsafe to try, and some denounced the Chinese report as...
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