Friday December 13-th, 2019

'Love Island' Stars Say There's No Support Following The Show 'Love Island' Stars Say There's No Support Following The Show

Mike Thalassitis died over the weekend aged 26. "That was your last text to me", she added. "I had no idea it would be the last time I'd ever hear from you". "'Offices and the London Ambulance Service attended and found a man, aged in his 20s, dec...

Research Links Higher Egg Consumption, Cholesterol To Premature Death Risk Research Links Higher Egg Consumption, Cholesterol To Premature Death Risk

Previous studies found that eating eggs increased the risk of cardiovascular disease . The chances of dying early were also elevated. Other products, such as red meat, butter or whipped cream, also have a high content. "So we would advocate that peo...

Frequent consumption of sugary drinks linked to higher risk of early death Frequent consumption of sugary drinks linked to higher risk of early death

Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) - including fizzy sports and fruit drinks - also raised the risk of early death from any cause by a fifth. While SSB consumption had been dropping in the US over the past decade, there's been an increase in consumpt...

Does Taking Aspirin Daily Prevent Heart Attacks? Think Again Does Taking Aspirin Daily Prevent Heart Attacks? Think Again

Doctors presented the guidelines at an ACC conference in New Orleans. This is concerning since heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Experts say that adults don't need to take the daily aspirin anymore because it is much easier ...

Apple Watch can detect irregular heartbeat, study finds Apple Watch can detect irregular heartbeat, study finds

Comparisons between irregular pulse-detection on Apple Watch and simultaneous electrocardiography patch recordings showed the pulse detection algorithm (indicating a positive tachogram reading) has a 71 percent positive predictive value. Stanford l...

Consumption of Sugary Drinks Linked To Increased Risk Of Cardiovascular Diseases Consumption of Sugary Drinks Linked To Increased Risk Of Cardiovascular Diseases

While SSB consumption had been dropping in the US over the past decade, in recent years, there's been an increase in consumption among USA adults. A similar study published last month based on the Women's Health Initiative, a long-term national stu...

Docs Back Off Aspirin to Prevent 1st Heart Attack Docs Back Off Aspirin to Prevent 1st Heart Attack

While reducing the chance that blood will clot in a patient's artery, aspirin also increases the odds that the patient will bleed. People without heart disease who take a daily aspirin may lower their risk of a heart attack or stroke, but a new stu...

Tens of thousands of heart patients may not need open-heart surgery Tens of thousands of heart patients may not need open-heart surgery

The first Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR ) was performed in Andhra Pradesh. An estimated 165,000 low-risk patients suffer from severe aortic stenosis each year in the United States, Western Europe and Japan, a condition that can ...

Study links egg consumption to risk of premature death Study links egg consumption to risk of premature death

While eating as little cholesterol as possible is still advised, the recommendations say eggs can still be part of a healthy diet, as a good source of protein , along with lean meat, poultry, beans and nuts. Scrambled, poached or over easy: No mat...

Apple and Stanford release full results from of Watch heart study Apple and Stanford release full results from of Watch heart study

The study also found that 57 per cent of participants who received an alert on their watch sought medical attention. A new study reveals that Apple Watch is more than just wrist candy: it's surprisingly accurate in detecting irregularities in t...

Apple Watch may spot heart problem but more research needed Apple Watch may spot heart problem but more research needed

Some 84 percent of the irregular pulse notifications were later confirmed to have been AF episodes, data showed. One-third (34 percent) of the participants who received irregular pulse notifications and followed up by using an ECG patch over a week...

1.9 million persons live with HIV in Nigeria ― NAIIS 1.9 million persons live with HIV in Nigeria ― NAIIS

At the national level, viral suppression among people living with HIV aged 15-49 years stands at 42.3% (45.3% among women and 34.5% among men). According to the survey, the seven states with high prevalence are Akwa Ibom (5.6%): Benue (4.9%); River...

WHO Aims to End DRC Ebola Outbreak in 6 Months WHO Aims to End DRC Ebola Outbreak in 6 Months

In August 2014, Caf banned Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea from hosting worldwide matches because of fears of spreading Ebola - eventually clearing the countries to restage matches in May 2015, December 2015 and January 2016 respectively. "Despite t...

Kidney Health Is for You Too Kidney Health Is for You Too

The celebration was initiated by the joint committee of the International Society of Nephrology and International Federation of Kidney Foundations in 2006. They are situated somewhere near the middle of your back, processing close to 190 litres of bl...

Bernie Sanders gets stitches after run-in with glass shower door Bernie Sanders gets stitches after run-in with glass shower door

Workers on Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' campaign have joined a labor union, becoming the first presidential campaign in history to unionize. The campaign voluntarily recognized the group, the union said in a statement, aft...

Ciara Explains What It Took To Avoid Premarital Sex With Russell Wilson Ciara Explains What It Took To Avoid Premarital Sex With Russell Wilson

I can't lie", she also mentioned . You've got to know where you really want to get to. During her cover interview for the April issue of InStyle , the " Level Up " singer got real about her and her husband's premarital sex life, explaining that i...

No confirmed measles in MidCentral, but it could spread No confirmed measles in MidCentral, but it could spread

There is a risk of developing measles for up to 21 days after contact with a case of measles. The CDC says the majority of cases involve people who were not vaccinated against measles. If unimmunised people are exposed to measles, they also risk sp...

Eating eggs can lead to higher risk of cardiovascular disease Eating eggs can lead to higher risk of cardiovascular disease

Zhong told Newsweek that the team was surprised to find the risks associated with eating eggs and other cholesterol-rich foods were apparent even in those who ate relatively healthy diets. The researchers based their conclusions on what participant...

Drugs' Inactive Ingredients Aren't Often Listed, Can Cause Harm, Study Says Drugs' Inactive Ingredients Aren't Often Listed, Can Cause Harm, Study Says

A whopping 93 percent of medications contained ingredients that could trigger allergic reactions , including dyes, peanut oil , gluten , lactose or sugars. With the extent of the issue clarified, the researchers hope doctors, patients pharmaceut...

Scientists call for ban on gene editing Scientists call for ban on gene editing

Signatories included Eric S. Lander, a geneticist and the founder of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard; Feng Zhang , the co-creator of CRISPR-Cas9; and Canadian bioethicist Francoise Baylis. They pointed to the gene SLC39A8, which decreases a p...

NSW Health renews measles travel alert NSW Health renews measles travel alert

Theresa Tam says in a recent statement. "It's important we maintain the existing nationwide immunisation programme, including in Wellington, but also encourage teenagers and young adults who have never been immunised". From my perspective, even one...

CDC: 64 flu-related child deaths so far this season CDC: 64 flu-related child deaths so far this season

Flu season typically peaks between December and February, but as March began, 21 states reported the highest flu level, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For the second week, the more severe H3N2 strain of the virus cau...

New Study Reveals Frightening Numbers About Smoking While Pregnant New Study Reveals Frightening Numbers About Smoking While Pregnant

Women smoking an average of between one and 20 cigarettes a day increase the odds by 0.07 with each cigarette smoked - but even women who smoked before their pregnancy saw an increased risk in their child dying from sudden unexpected infant dea...

Unvaccinated students not to attend school Unvaccinated students not to attend school

Children under 6 years old will be banned from attending nursery and kindergarten if parents can not provide proof of vaccination. And fines as high as roughly $560 could also be implemented if older children - ages 6 through 16 - are unvaccinated,...

Air Pollution Killing More People Than Smoking-Scientists Air Pollution Killing More People Than Smoking-Scientists

The researchers used a model to simulate atmospheric chemical processes and "interactions with the hand, oceans and biosphere", according to the study , to determine the global exposure of the population to air pollution in the year 2015.

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