• modelmama posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 days, 16 hours ago

    A Relationship, Though Inconclusive, May Have Been Established Between Heavy Media Screen Time And A Child’s Premature Thining Of The Brain Associated With Interpreting Information From The Physical World. Scientists Also Went On To Indicate A Relation Between More Than 2 Hrs Of Daily Screen Time And Low Level Of Thinking And Language.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 week, 1 day ago

    One’s Sleep Needs To Be Timed Right (Recommended 6-8 Hours A Night) Because Too Much Or Too Little Sleep Could Be Detrimental To One’s Health, According To A Global Study. Scientists May Have Linked Too Much Sleep To 41% Increased Risk Of Major Cardiovascular Disease And Death. And Less Sleep, To A 9% Risk.

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  • Daniela Lyell posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 weeks ago

    Cool! It Seems Like Scientists Have Developed The First Vaccine, DNA Aβ42, That Could Activate The Immune System To Fight Beta-amyloid And Tau Proteins, Responsible For The Initiation Of The Alzheimer’s Disease . Though Used Successfully On Mice, Scientists Are Hopeful That The Vaccine Can Be Successfully Used During Human Trials.

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  • Latasha Pettway posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 weeks, 2 days ago

    It Seems Like Gene Editing May Have Been Used To Create The First Human Gene Edited Baby. The Scientists Used Gene Editing To Remove The Gene, CCR5, Which Is Said To Enable HIV Infection. The Reason For Doing This May Seem Warranted, But Some Folks Are Concerned About The Ethical Implications Of The Action.

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  • Mittie Kellogg posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 weeks, 6 days ago

    Cancer Is Surpassing Heart Disease As The Leading Cause Of Death Especially In High-Income Croups In The USA? Some Are Speculating This As A Result Of The Difference In Lifestyle Trends Between High And Low-Income Groups. But Could This Mean That, Generally, Something Right Is Being Done To Reduce Heart Disease!?

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 month ago

    Women, Who Are Inherently Early Risers Especially Due To Genetics, Are Very Less Likely To Have Breast Cancer When Compared To Women Who Are More Inclined To The Evenings. The Chances For Breast Cancer In Women Raises By 20%, According To Scientists, For Every Extra Hour Above The 7-8 Hours Of Average Sleep.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 month ago

    Awesome, Probably One More Reason, In Addition To These Many Reasons , To Stay Off Energy Drinks. Scientists Are Indicating That Drinking Just One Energy Drink Can Narrow The Blood Vessels Within 90 Minutes. This Could Restrict Blood Flow, Increasing The Risk For Heart Attack And Stroke. Sucks!!

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  • Daniela Lyell posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 month, 1 week ago

    Thanks To A New Technique, Brain Cancer, Especially The Most Common Form, Glioblastoma , Can Now Be More Safely Removed And With Fewer Complications. The Fluorescent Marker, 5-aminolevulinic acid or 5-ALA, After A Patient Drinks It, Makes It Easy For Surgeons To Identify The Tumors Via The Marker’s Pinkish Glow Under Light.

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  • Dane Graber posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    A Late Night Snack That Could Actually Help One Lose Weight, Cool! Scientists Have Determined That Cottage Cheese Could Boosts Metabolism, Muscles And Overall Health, Even When Taken While Going To Bed. The Protein In The Cheese, Just Like In Greek Yoghurt, Is Said To Help With Building Muscle And Regulating Immune Function.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Scientists May Have Found A Way To Remove The Zombie Cells In The Human Body. They Have Developed A New Class Of Drugs Called Senolytics, Which Could Restore The Body To Its Youthful Characteristics. A Human Trial To Test The Effectiveness Of The Drug Began Last July Of 2018. Keeping My Fingers Crossed!

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  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    This’s A Most Welcome Development In The Fight Against The Flu Epidemic , Which Has Led To The Loss Of 1000s Of Lives. The USA FDA Has Approved The First Flu Vaccine In 20 Years. The Vaccine, Sold As Xofluza, Though Pricey Especially Without Health Insurance, Could Help Combat Drug-Resistant Strain Of The Flu Virus.

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  • modelmama posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 month, 3 weeks ago

    Smoking, Diabetes, Heart Disease, And Not Exercising : Which Of These Four Presents The Most Danger To One’s Health? Well, According To A Recent Study, Sedentary Lifestyle, That Is, Not Getting Enough Exercise, Is Said To Pose The Most Danger To One’s Health. This’s Based On The 1991 to 2014 Study Of 122,007 Patients. Wow!

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  • Daniela Lyell posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months ago

    Chronic Periodontitis, A Common Gum Disease Caused By Plaque Buildup, Has Been Discovered To Cause Similar Brain Tissue Damage Exhibited By Alzheimer’s Patients. This Was Discovered When A Mice, Not Prone To Alzheimer’s Disease, Was Seen To Display Similar Brain Damage When Injected With The Bacteria Responsible For Periodontitis.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months ago

    Could This Be A Sign That Folks Are Beginning To Realize The Danger Of Alcohol Consumption ?  A Recent Study, From England, Is Indicating That The Percentage Of Young Folks, Age Bracket Of 16 To 24 Years, Who Do Not Drink Alcohol Has increased from 18% in 2005 to 29% in 2015. Hope To See Similiar Trend, Across All Ages, Worldwide.

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  • Daniela Lyell posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months ago

    A Questionable Study Has Indicated That Irregular Fasting And Diet Regime Could Reverse Type 2 Diabetes . The Study Seems Seriously Flawed Because It Was Carried Out On 3 Men, Ages 40 to 67, That Have Had Diabetes For 10 To 25 Years. Regardless Of The Flaws, This Could Have A Major Economical Advantage, If The Study Could Be Reproduce.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months ago

    The Damaged Cells In The Body That Refused To Die, Zombie Cells, Is Said To Increase As One Gets Older. The Zombie Cells Are Said To Cause Ageing And To Some Extent Age-Related Diseases. Recent Studies Are Indicating That Flushing Out The Zombie cells, In Mice, Could Extend HealthSpan And Maybe Lifespan.

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  • Anika Reyansh posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months, 1 week ago

    The USA FDA, In An Attempt To Curb The Disturbing Statistics With Regards To The Number Of Folks with The HPV, Has Expanded The Use Of The Gardasil 9 HPV Vaccine To Protect Folks In The Age Group 27 to 45 Against The 9 Types Of HPV That Are Responsible For The Majority Of HPV-Related Diseases.

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  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months, 1 week ago

    A New Study From Harvard Is Indicating That Frequent And Long-Term Consumption Of Processed Meat Such As Bacon, Sausages, Salami, Ham, And Corned Beef Or Meats Preserved By Salting Or Smoking Can Lead To The Most Common Form Of Cancer, Breast Cancer, Amongst Women Regardless of Ethnicity, Increasing The Risk By 9%.

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  • Saul Getty posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months, 1 week ago

    At The Rate Of Screening And Vaccination, It Is Projected That Australia Could Be The First Country In The World To Eliminate Cervical Cancer. According To The Projection, The Disease Is Expected To Become A Non-Public Health Hazard By 2020, And A Rare Cancer By 2022. Cool!

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    The World’s First Case Of The Rat Hepatitis E Virus Has Been Contracted By A Man In Hong Kong. The Rat Virus Differs From The Human Strain Which Spreads Through Contaminated Drinking Water. It’s Still Unclear How The Disease Was Contracted, But It’s Not Unusual For Humans To Contract Diseases From Animals.

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