• Charles Micheal posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 18 hours, 41 minutes ago

    This’s Another Case Where Disabled HIV Virus Is Used In A Gene Therapy Treatment. Doctors, At The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital In Memphis, Used HIV Virus To Treat The Condition, Known As ‘‘Bubble Boy Disease,’’ Where Babies Are Born Without Any Immune System To Protect Their Bodies Against Diseases.

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  • Logan Benjamin posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 days, 16 hours ago

    Pretty Extensive Study That Debunks Many Things That I Thought Were Facts About Sleep. Some Of The Myths Debunked Bothers Around, E.G., Snoring, Sleeping Anywhere, Sleeping At Any Time Of The Day, Watching TV Before Sleeping, Remembering Dreams, Drinking Alcohol Before Sleeping, Getting Less Sleep, And Using The Snooze Button, ETC.

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  • James William posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 4 days, 15 hours ago

    One Of The Most Highly Infectious Viral But Preventable Diseases, Measles, Seems To Be Making A Come Back With Quadruple Increase, Worldwide, In The Number Of Cases Reported In 2019 Compared To Similiar Period Last Year. And This’s In Thanks To Poverty, Misinformation, And Some Folks From Rich Countries Refusing To Vaccinate Their Kids.

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  • Liam Noah posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 5 days, 18 hours ago

    A Questionable 3-Year-Study Is Indicating That Common Diabetes Drug, Canagliflozin, With Brand Name, Invokana Could Also Reduce Risks Of Kidney Diseases And Cardiovascular Deaths In Folks With Type 2 Diabetes And Chronic Kidney Disease. But The Side Effects Of Invokana Could Be An Increased Risk Of Lower Limb Amputation And Bone Fracture.

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  • modelmama posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 week ago

    Scary That The Rate At Which Kids, Under 6-Year-Old, Are Swallowing Foreign Objects Has Doubled In 20 Years After 1995. The Most Object Swallowed, According To Study, Is Coins (Pennies). Extra-Vigilance And Safety Practices Are Recommended To Curb This Trend. Honey Should Be Used On Ingested Batteries While Seeking Medical Attention ASAP.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 week, 4 days ago

    Another Alcohol Impact Contradiction. A Study Of 17,059 U.S. Adults, BTW 1988-1994, Indicates That Moderate And Heavy Drinkers Of Alcohol Were 2 And 2.5 Times, Respectively, Likely To Develop Severe Hypertension Than Nondrinkers. Hypertension Is A Risk Factor For Cardiovascular Disease. Abstinence From Drinking Is Recommended.

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  • modelmama posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 week, 5 days ago

    A 2017 Federal Report, Comprising 20-Year Studies On Marijuana, Found That Lung Health Impact Of Smoking Marijuana Appears Smaller Compared To Cigarette. Marijuana Is Also Said To Relieve Adult Chronic Pain And Chemotherapy-Related Nausea. However, Marijuana Has Been Associated With, E.G., Schizophrenia, And Chronic Bronchitis.

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  • Daniela Lyell posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 1 week, 6 days ago

    A New Study On The Eating Habits Of Folks Across 195 Countries, Within A 30 Year Period, Is Indicating That Balanced Diets, Like The Mediterranean Diet, Is A Major Key To Living A Long Healthy Life. Poor Diets, According To Researchers, Have Led To About 11 Million Deaths/Year Worldwide— More Than That Caused By Cigarette.

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  • Ismael Shapiro posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 3 weeks, 2 days ago

    Wow, I Guess That HIV Medication And Treatment Have Gotten Better And More Effective To The Point That HIV Patients Are Healthy Enough To Donate Organs. Yes, The Johns Hopkins University Have Just Successfully Transplanted A Kidney, In A First Of Its Kind, From An HIV Donor To Another HIV Positive Recipient. Cool!

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

    A New Study, After Analyzing 20 Million Births, Including Over 19,000 Unexpected Infant Deaths, Btw 2007-2011, Is Indicating That Smoking A Cigarette/Day, During Pregnancy, Can Double The Risk Of Sudden Unexpected Death Of A Baby. The Risk Nearly Triples, After A Pack/Day, From A 7% Risk Increment For Each Additional Cigarette Smoked.

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

    A 1973 – 2014 Study of Hospitalized Pregnant Women, And 41 Yrs Follow-Up Of Their Children, In Sweden, Is Indicating That Women Who Were Infected During Pregnancy By, E.G., Sepsis, Flu And Minor Urinary Tract Infection In The Utero Gave Birth To Children With 79% Increased Risk Of Autism And A 24% Increased Risk Of Depression As Adults.

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

    Stanford Researchers Have Developed An App, Called GuessWhat, That Would Speed Up Autism Diagnoses, Which Currently Takes About Half A Day Or More Of Clinical Observations. GuessWhat Works By Taking A Video of A Kid Acting Out A Concept. The Video Is Than Analyzed Using Machine Learning Algorithm To Determine The Probability Of Autism.

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

    Cool! The USA FDA Has Approved The First Drug That Can Relieve Depression In Hours Instead Of Weeks. The Drug, Esketamine, Marketed As Spravato, Is A Chemical Cousin Of Ketamine. Esketamine Will Be Administered In Approved Treatment Centers Via Nasal Spray, And Each Treatment Could Cost from $590 to $885 Depending On The Dose.

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

    A Cure For HIV May Have Been Discovered After A Second Man, In London, Was Found To Be In Remission Of HIV-1. The Cure, A Stem Cell Transplant From Donors Who Carried A Rare Genetic Mutation, CCR5-delta 32, Was First Used On A Berlin Patient 10 YA. Doctors Are, However, Cautious To Confirm The Cure.

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

    An Easy Way To Access One’s Risk Of Heart Disease Has Been Determined, And It’s Via Something Commonly Done. Doctors, Studying 1,104 Fire Fighters Over A 10-Year period, Have Determined That Folks Who Can Do Greater Than 40 Pushups Have 96% Lower Risks Of Heart Disease Compared To Those Who Completed Less Than 10 Pushups.

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  • Abe Brooker posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 2 months ago

    A Recent Study Of 80,000 Postmenopausal US Women Over An 11.9 Year Period Is Confirming That Drinking 2 Or More Artificially Sweetened Diet Beverages A Day Could Lead To An Increased Risk Of Heart Attack, Stroke And Early Death In Women Over 50. The Result Is Relational As It Hasn’t Being Determined How Diet Beverages Cause This.

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

    Previous Studies Have Hypothesized On The Negative Impact Of Smoking Marijuana On Sperm Concentration And Count. But This New study Is Indicating That Men Who Smoke Marijuana Have Better Quality Sperm Count And Concentration Than Men Who Never Did. I Can Already Hear Some Folks Saying, “And This Is Why I Smoke It.”

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

    Breakfast, They Say, Is The Most Important Meal Of The Day Especially With Regards To Weight Loss. So, It Does Come As A Surprise When A New Study Indicates That Skipping Breakfast Or Not Has No Effect On Weight Loss. But I Am Told That Skipping With Some Form Of Fasting Could Help In Weight Loss.

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

    A New Study Is Indicating That E-cigarette, With Many Of Its Shortcomings, Is Helping Smokers Quit Smoking, But With Low Success Rate. This Sounds Like A Case Of Adopting One Bad Habit To Kill Another, But I Guess Anything To Help Fight Against Tobacco, The Cause Of About 6 Million Deaths Worldwide Each Year.

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

    A Very Bold Claim Indeed!! But With Little To No Facts To Back It Up. An Israeli Company, Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies Ltd. (AEBi), Is Saying That They Will Have The First Cure For Cancer Within A Year. And That The Cure Will Be Cheap And Effective With Minimal Side Effect. Wow, All We Can Do Is Hope It’s True.

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