Idegennyelvű hírek

2018-10-11 00:15A-Fib Tied to Higher Odds for Dementia
In a new study, people who had atrial fibrillation were 40 percent more likely to develop dementia than those without the heart condition.
WebMD
2018-10-10 22:15Weight-Loss Surgery Linked to Easier Deliveries
A new study of almost 6,000 women in Sweden found weight-loss surgery was tied to fewer cesarean sections, infections, tears, hemorrhages or post-term deliveries.
WebMD
2018-10-10 20:15Smoggy Air Tied to Higher Odds for Mouth Cancers
Middle-aged men living in 64 municipalities throughout Taiwan were more likely to develop oral cancer if they lived in places with high levels of air pollutants, researchers report.
WebMD
2018-10-10 20:15Could Eczema Drug Restore Hair Lost To Alopecia?
A 13-year-old girl with alopecia totalis -- a total lack of scalp hair -- and eczema, began growing hair on her head again after she began weekly injections of dupilumab (Dupixent) to treat her eczema, doctors report. It’s the first known s...
WebMD
2018-10-10 16:15Can Short Fasts Help Reverse Type 2 Diabetes?
A small study has showed that occasional 24-hour fasting regimens can significantly reverse or eliminate the need for diabetic medication.
WebMD
2018-10-10 14:09Tai chi v Zumba: Do you have to work up a sweat to get fit?
Can we get the benefits of exercise without too much huffing and puffing, with an activity like tai chi?
BBC News Health
2018-10-10 11:37Turnbull: For heaven's sake, get tested
Former BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull gives an update on his cancer treatment.
BBC News Health
2018-10-10 09:08Suicide focus on World Mental Health Day
Theresa May says "too many lives" are being taken, as she pledges £1.8m in funds for the Samaritans.
BBC News Health
2018-10-10 06:30Under-25s turning their backs on alcohol, study suggests
Young people are rejecting alcohol - with abstinence almost doubling in a decade, a study suggests.
BBC News Health
2018-10-10 05:11Vaginal mesh implants: Australia apologises for 'decades of pain'
Women endured decades of "horrific outcomes" due to medical implants, the government acknowledges.
BBC News Health
2018-10-10 01:59World Mental Health Day: Health anxiety 'weighing you down'
Philippa Patel has suffered from the mental health disorder for 30 years.
BBC News Health
2018-10-10 01:36Ghana 'prayer camps' chain residents with mental health problems
The BBC finds religious centres in Ghana using chains to restrain people with mental health problems.
BBC News Health
2018-10-10 00:15Home Fridge May Not Be Best For Your Insulin
Even though diabetes patients often store insulin in refrigerators at home for months before they use it, little is known about how temperature variations affect insulin quality, researchers say.
WebMD
2018-10-10 00:15Hospital Privacy Curtains May Harbor Risky Germs
Privacy curtains in hospital rooms became more contaminated the longer they stayed in place, and by the 14th day, 88 percent tested positive for MRSA bacteria, a serious threat to patients, a new study says.
WebMD
2018-10-09 20:15Study: Early Pushing In Birth Won't Hurt Mom, Baby
In a new study of 2,400 first-time moms, early pushing didn't increase the need for C-sections. It was also associated with lower odds of hemorrhage and infection.
WebMD
2018-10-09 19:12Global Warming Will Hike Mental Health Woes: Study
The researchers said that over five years, a 1 degree Celsius (1.8 degree Fahrenheit) increase in average temperature is associated with higher rates of mental health issues, CNN reported.
WebMD
2018-10-09 17:56Disability access: Three things people often don't think about
Actress and disability campaigner Samantha Renke on the things people without a disability take for granted
BBC News Health
2018-10-09 17:26Polio-Like Condition in Kids on Rise Again in U.S.
The condition, acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), was first identified in 2014, when there were 120 cases, NBC News reported.
WebMD
2018-10-09 16:15Lose Excess Pounds, Lower Breast Cancer Risk?
Women who lost 5 percent or more of their body weight had a 12 percent lower breast cancer risk than those whose weight remained the same, according to a study in the journal Cancer.
WebMD
2018-10-09 16:15Study: Bariatric Surgery May Raise Gallstone Risk
A new study has found a 10- to 100-fold higher risk of gallstones, other gallbladder conditions and pancreatitis in people who had undergone weight-loss surgery.
WebMD

előző következő

Hírlevél

A mezők kitöltése kötelező!