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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Medical News Today: Vitamin D supplements ‘do not reduce risk of heart attack or stroke’

Another study has questioned the benefits of vitamin D supplements, claiming they do not protect against heart attack or stroke, although they may prevent heart failure in seniors.
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Medical News Today: Danish scientists uncover clue to Listeria’s toughness

A Danish study finds that special RNA molecules help Listeria produce just enough proteins to invade and infect cells but not quite enough to be visible to the immune system.
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Medical News Today: Study reveals how loud noises can damage hearing

Researchers from the UK have determined how loud sounds can damage hearing, findings that could lead to new prevention and treatment strategies for hearing loss and tinnitus.
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Medical News Today: Study reveals ‘suicide tourism’ has doubled in Switzerland

Assisted suicide is not clearly regulated in Switzerland, so non-residents flock to the country seeking help with dying. A new study shows these numbers have doubled in 4 years.
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Medical News Today: ‘A good neighborhood is good for your heart’

Living in an inclusive neighborhood with good neighbors could reduce an individual’s risk of heart attack, according to a new study.
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Medical News Today: Lucid dreamers ‘better at problem solving in reality’

Researchers from the University of Lincoln in the UK suggest that lucid dreamers – those who realize they are dreaming – may have better problem-solving skills in the real world.
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Medical News Today: New small molecules target mutation in ALS and a form of dementia

Researchers have targeted a specific genetic mutation that causes ALS and FTD, and the small-molecule drug candidates they created could help treat patients with these diseases.
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Medical News Today: ‘Miraculous’ Ebola cure inspired by 19th century medicine

The experimental drug administered to two American missionaries infected with Ebola has been compared to treatments developed in the 1880s and 1890s for diphtheria and pneumonia.
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Medical News Today: Distorted positive emotions about weight loss ‘fuel anorexia’

A study from Rutgers University finds that anorexia is not only fueled by negative emotions; skewed positive emotions – such as pride about weight loss – can encourage the illness.
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Medical News Today: Lead in teeth reveals a body’s origin

By analyzing the profile of lead isotopes in teeth, it is possible to identify the place of origin of an individual and help police solve cold cases, say researchers.
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