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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Medical News Today: Scientists develop process that turns human waste into rocket fuel

Researchers from the University of Florida have found a way to convert human waste into a biogas – a mix of methane and carbon dioxide – that can power a space shuttle.
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Medical News Today: CDC: adult smoking rate hits record low in US

A new study from the CDC reveals that between 2005 and 2013, the rate of cigarette smoking among adults in the US dropped from 20.9% to 17.8% – the lowest rate on record.
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Medical News Today: Sleep apnea linked to impaired exercise capacity

Study finds that people with sleep apnea – where breathing starts and stops during sleep – appear to have a lower peak oxygen uptake during aerobic exercise.
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Medical News Today: Hookah smoke increases benzene exposure, risk for leukemia

Despite a common misconception that hookah tobacco smoke is ‘safer’ than conventional tobacco, a new study demonstrates increased uptake of benzene, a leukemia risk factor.
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Medical News Today: Violence against women: current global efforts to tackle crisis ‘inadequate’

A new series published in The Lancet claims that not enough is being done to tackle violence against women. The authors recommend actions that policy makers should take.
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Medical News Today: Heart disease: stressed women more likely to have reduced heart blood flow

New research presented at the AHA’s Scientific Sessions 2014 suggests mental stress reduces blood flow to the hearts of female coronary heart disease patients more than men.
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Medical News Today: Antibiotic use in children linked to juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Children exposed to antibiotics – specifically antibacterial medication – may be at higher risk of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, according to a new study.
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Medical News Today: Many chronic kidney disease patients ‘should take statins’

A comparison of two sets of cholesterol management guidelines indicates that the majority of chronic kidney disease patients are recommended to take cholesterol-lowering medicines.
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Medical News Today: Anxiety may speed up Alzheimer’s onset in people with mild cognitive impairment

Some people with mild cognitive impairment go on to develop Alzheimer’s. Now, a new study suggests that in these individuals, anxiety may speed up Alzheimer’s onset.
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Medical News Today: Meditation, group support linked to cellular benefits for breast cancer survivors

Mindfulness meditation or group support may offer cellular benefits for breast cancer survivors, according to new research; the activities could prevent telomere shortening.
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