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Monthly Archives: February 2013

More Men Becoming Nurses

The demand for nurses has significantly increased over the past few years and while the profession is mainly represented by females, more and more men have started to join the field as well. According to a study by the U.S. Census Bureau, male nurses are becoming increasingly more commonplace. In 1970, only 2.7 percent of nurses were male, compared to 9…
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Cannabinoid Trans-Caryophyllene Protects Brain Cells From Ischemia

The activation of cortical type 2 cannabinoid (CB2) receptors with cannabinoid trans-caryophyllene (TC) is effectively able to facilitate recovery among ischemic brain injury patients, according to a recent study published in The American Journal of Pathology…
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Mosquito Repellent DEET Is Becoming Less Effective

Mosquitos are now able to ignore the scent of the insect repellent DEET three hours after being exposed to it. The finding, published in PLoS One, suggests that even though historically, insects have been strongly repelled by the scent of DEET, other studies by Dr…
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Fungi In Lungs May Hold Asthma Treatment Clues

There was a time when we assumed the insides of our lungs were devoid of life, apart from our own cells helping us breathe. But now we learn that the lung is home to a wide range of organisms, including fungi…
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More Americans Meeting Diabetes Goals

The number of Americans meeting their diabetes goals – blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol – has increased considerably over a 12-year period, says a new study by the NIH (National Institutes of Health) and CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and published in Diabetes Care…
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Income Inequality Linked To Readmission Risk, Not Mortality

Income inequality is linked to a greater risk of readmission to hospital, but not mortality. The finding came from a large study of older patients in the U.S. and was published in British Medical Journal (BMJ). Over the three year research period, about 40,000 extra hospital admissions resulted from income inequality, according to the investigators…
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Cutting Salt Could Save Hundreds Of Thousands Of Lives

Reducing the amount of salt the U.S. population consumes could save hundreds of thousands of American lives, according to recent research published in the journal Hypertension. Salt is a chemical compound, called sodium chloride. Its chemical formula is NaCL. NA = sodium and CL = chlorine. Sodium chloride consists of 60% chlorine and 40% sodium. Sodium is the part that affects our health…
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Carotid Bypass Surgery Does Not Improve Cognition After Stroke

Patients who have suffered from stroke and receive carotid bypass surgery – which improves blood flow to the brain – see no overall improvement in cognitive performance, researchers informed at The American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2013…
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Breastfeeding Becoming More Common In The USA

More American mothers are currently starting off their newborns’ nutrition with breast milk, and a record number are still breastfeeding at six months, according to a new report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). From 2000 to 2008, the proportion of mothers who started off breastfeeding rose more than four percentage points…
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Mentally Ill People Smoke A Lot More Than People Without Mental Illness

American adults with mental illness smoke a lot more than adults without any mental illness, with a smoking rate close to 70 percent higher. The finding comes from a report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in collaboration with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)…
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