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How to get rid of keto breath

How to get rid of keto breath

Keto breath is an unpleasant side effect that a person can develop when they begin following a ketogenic diet. A person can try to reduce keto breath by drinking more water or slightly increasing the number of carbohydrates they eat. A ketogenic diet, or keto diet, involves a person eating very few carbohydrates. Instead, they […]

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RA latex turbid test: What to know

RA latex turbid test: What to know

The rheumatoid arthritis latex turbid test helps doctors diagnose rheumatoid arthritis or other autoimmune diseases. Results outside of the normal range may be a sign of an underlying condition, but the rheumatoid arthritis (RA) latex turbid test is just one part of a thorough diagnosis. In this article, learn more about the RA latex turbid […]

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What to know about the CO2 blood test

What to know about the CO2 blood test

Doctors can check people’s blood for normal or abnormal carbon dioxide, or CO2, levels to help diagnose certain medical conditions. For example, a CO2 test can help diagnose kidney and respiratory problems. The CO2 test is a simple blood test that measures the amount of CO2 gas in a person’s blood. It is usually part […]

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How lack of sleep harms circulation

How lack of sleep harms circulation

Scientists have long been aware of the relationship between insufficient sleep and poor cardiovascular health. However, exactly how the lack of adequate sleep can harm circulation has remained unclear. A new study now uncovers some of the potential mechanisms. Sleeplessness impairs crucial mechanisms that keep cardiovascular problems at bay, shows a new study. Having a […]

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Could exercise boost well-being among psychiatric inpatients?

Could exercise boost well-being among psychiatric inpatients?

A recent paper describes how scientists set up a gym in a psychiatric inpatient unit to find out whether exercise could improve symptoms and general well-being in this challenging environment. A new study asks whether exercise could, at least partially, replace medication for psychiatric inpatients. Over recent years, there have been several investigations into the […]

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Rising Rx Drug Costs Continue to Create Tough Choices for Seniors

Rising Rx Drug Costs Continue to Create Tough Choices for Seniors

By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter Latest Senior Health News WEDNESDAY, May 22, 2019 (HealthDay News) — A solid minority of senior citizens still struggles to afford their prescription medications, a new government report shows. About 5% of adults 65 and older don’t take their medication as prescribed to cut costs, according to survey data from the […]

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Health Tip: Avoid Distracted Driving

Health Tip: Avoid Distracted Driving

(HealthDay News) — Focus is extremely important while driving. Distractions can cause drivers of any skill level to make mistakes, says the American Association of Retired Persons. Latest Prevention & Wellness News To avoid distractions behind the wheel, AARP suggests: Secure your cargo. Restrain your pet. Never use your cell phone. Pre-set your favorite radio […]

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Health Tip: Which Foods to Wash

Health Tip: Which Foods to Wash

(HealthDay News) — Fruits or vegetables with a skin should always be washed before eating. But other foods shouldn’t be washed, says the United States Department of Agriculture. Latest Prevention & Wellness News Washing raw poultry, beef, pork, lamb or veal before cooking is not a good idea, the agency says. Bacteria in raw meat […]