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Monthly Archives: November 2013

‘Higher risk of stillbirths and infant deaths’ with pre-existing diabetes

New research suggests that pregnant women who have pre-existing diabetes are significantly more likely to experience stillbirths or death of their infant after birth. This is according to a study published in the journal Diabetologia.
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Never too late to start exercising for health

A new study published recently in the British Journal of Sports Medicine finds a direct link between the likelihood of healthy aging and the amount of exercise older people take – even if they only started being physically active around retirement age, they enjoyed significantly better health than their inactive peers.
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Why men’s noses are bigger than women’s

It has long been hypothesized that compared with women, men naturally have bigger noses. Now, a new study from researchers at the University of Iowa confirms that this is true – stating than on average, men’s noses are 10% larger than women’s noses.
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Symptoms of PTSD linked to obesity in women

New research from Harvard School of Public Health suggests that women who suffer from symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder may have an increased risk of becoming overweight or obese. This is according to a study published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry.Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder caused by stressful or frightening events.
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Milk consumption in teens ‘increases risk of hip fractures’ for men

Drinking milk has long been promoted as positive for building stronger bones. But it seems drinking milk as a teenager does not reduce the risk of hip fractures later in life and can even increase the risk for men, according to new research published in JAMA Pediatrics.
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Patient-doctor disconnect ‘impacts weight loss interventions’

According to figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 35% of US adults are obese. One might assume that with statistics like these, physicians of patients who are overweight or obese would be discussing weight loss interventions. But according to a new survey, this is not always the case.
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Breast cancer radiotherapy during surgery could ease treatment

Two new studies published in leading journals this week show how a “one-stop” targeted radiotherapy given during lumpectomy may offer some patients with early-stage breast cancer a viable alternative to current treatments. Experts say the approach looks promising but more research is needed to identify which patients are most likely to benefit…
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Increased brain activity linked to self-reflection during depression

New research has shown that people who experience depressive episodes demonstrate increases in brain activity when they think about themselves, compared with people who are not depressed. This is according to a study published in the journal PLOS One…
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Implantable sensor may monitor cancer and diabetes

New research details how a sensor that can be implanted under the skin for over 1 year is able to monitor inflammation and detect nitric oxide – a molecule that has been found to show disturbed levels in the presence of some cancers. This is according to a study published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology…
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Bulging bellies and phosphorus linked to kidney disease

Losing belly fat and cutting down on processed, phosphorus-laden foods may help reduce the risk of kidney disease, claim researchers from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. Previous studies have shown that it is not just how much fat you have, but where it is on your body that increases the risk of certain diseases…
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