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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Medical News Today: Organ transplants in the US ‘have saved almost 2.3 million years of life’

Between 1987 and 2012, researchers estimate that organ transplants have saved almost 2.3 million years of life in the US, but they believe donor shortages are hindering progress.
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Medical News Today: Mold in the home: how big a health problem is it?

Mold can cause a lot of damage in the home, spreading across walls and eating away at wood and fabric. But what effect does it have on the body?
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Medical News Today: Scientists find way to increase length of human telomeres

Researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine have created a novel technique that they say can increase the length of human telomeres by up to 10%.
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Medical News Today: Sleeping on stomach ‘may raise risk of sudden death in epilepsy’

Sleeping on the stomach may raise the risk of sudden unexpected death in people with epilepsy, a new study finds. Researchers say sleeping on the back instead may reduce this risk.
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Medical News Today: The impact of shift work on health

Many recent studies suggest that the irregular hours of shift work can have a negative impact on workers’ health. We have a look at why this could be and what can be done about it.
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Medical News Today: Model predicts public response to disease outbreaks

Part of the job of controlling a disease outbreak is managing the public’s response so as to avoid panic and overreaction. A new study describes a computer model that may help.
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Medical News Today: Behavioral model may help kidney disease patients’ treatment decisions

Patients with advanced CKD have to choose between two treatment options: dialysis or kidney transplantation. A new study finds a behavioral model could help them decide.
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Medical News Today: What are the health benefits of biotin?

Find out about the potential health benefits of biotin including assisting with a healthy pregnancy, improving nail strength and durability, and lowering blood glucose.
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Medical News Today: Study identifies levels at which five foods may trigger allergic reactions

Researchers from the UK say they have discovered the levels at which five common food allergens – peanut, hazelnut, celery, fish and shrimp – may cause allergic reactions.
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Medical News Today: Perfect pitch may be explained by connection between two brain regions

A new study reveals that people with perfect pitch have strong functional connectivity between two brain regions: the auditory cortex and the dorsal frontal lobe.
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