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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Upper Arm Lifts Via Plastic Surgery On The Rise

A plastic surgery procedure that was documented to be on the rise between the years of 2000 and 2012 was the upper arm lift, a new report suggests. In 2012, over 15,000 upper arm lights were performed across the U.S., an increase from just 300 in 2000, according to the report released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons…
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Facebook May Be The Key To Tracking Obesity

The greater percentage of people in a city that list a healthy, active lifestyle under their Facebook interests, the lower that area’s obesity rates are, a new study suggests…
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Walking Minutes Help People Make Healthier Menu Choices

When menus present them with how many minutes of brisk walking it takes to burn off the calories contained in different food options, people tend to choose lower calorie meals. These were the findings of a new study presented at the Experimental Biology 2013 meeting in Boston on Tuesday…
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Warts Mainly Spread In Family Settings

Researchers have found that most children become infected with warts through direct contact with family members or classmates, contrary to the popular belief that they are more likely to get them from public places. Warts have a rough texture and are caused by viruses, particularly one of several kinds of HPV (human papillomavirus)…
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Sperm Quality Higher In Men Who Wear Kilts

Men, want to increase your chances of becoming a dad? Then wearing a kilt, without underwear, could do it for you…
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Colic In Babies May Be Linked To Migraines Later In Life

Colic has historically been described as a gastrointestinal issue. However, a new study suggests an association between migraines and Colic. The finding was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association and revealed that the likelihood was seven times higher that kids with migraines were previously colicky babies, compared to kids without migraines…
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Playing Music and Lullabies Help Soothe Premature Babies

Music – especially lullabies – deliver health advantages to the most vulnerable babies, preemies, who are being treated in the neonatal intensive care unit, a new study suggests. The finding was published in the journal Pediatrics and revealed that premature babies who listen to music can see improvements in their heart rates and breathing…
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US Scientists Find High Levels Of Lead In Imported Rice

Some of the rice imported into the United States contains high levels of lead, according to a scientific study presented at an American Chemical Society meeting in New Orleans this week…
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Psoriasis Increases Risk Of High Blood Pressure

The World Health Organization recently began raising awareness for the risks that come with high blood pressure, and with this they recommended that healthcare professionals routinely scan for the health condition in people with psoriasis, an action praised by the International Federation of Psoriasis Associations (IFPA)…
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Personalized Ovarian Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise In Trial

Delegates at a conference in the US this week are hearing about early results of a trial of a new personalized ovarian cancer vaccine that offers new hope for the large number of patients who relapse after treatment…
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