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Clues in brain’s waste system may help explain Alzheimer’s

Clues in brain’s waste system may help explain Alzheimer’s

New research reveals that a particular group of lymphatic vessels plays a pivotal role in helping the brain dispose of waste. It also suggests that deterioration of these vessels through aging could contribute to neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s. New findings into the brain’s clearance system may help us better understand aging-related neurological diseases. Until […]

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Diabetes: Could vitamin D supplements slow progression?

Diabetes: Could vitamin D supplements slow progression?

Scientists have yet to prove whether or not vitamin D can treat or slow type 2 diabetes. A new study of people who have recently received a diagnosis of diabetes or are at risk of developing it concludes that the vitamin may be beneficial. Another study probes the relationship between vitamin D and diabetes. According […]

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What can trigger ADHD?

What can trigger ADHD?

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Study unravels mechanism behind cilantro’s benefits

Study unravels mechanism behind cilantro’s benefits

When it comes to some of the health benefits of cilantro, folk medicine had it right all along, and new research explains why. Scientists have unraveled the molecular underpinnings of cilantro’s anticonvulsive effects. New research explores the neurological benefits of cilantro. As well as its taste and culinary flavor, cilantro — also known as coriander […]

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Health Tip: Blood Alcohol Content

Health Tip: Blood Alcohol Content

(HealthDay News) — Blood alcohol content (BAC) is the percentage of alcohol in a person’s bloodstream, says the American Addiction Centers. It can be measured 30 to 70 minutes after drinking. Latest Prevention & Wellness News Nothing can lower your BAC except time. Coffee, cold showers and chugging water will not help you sober up […]

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Salmonella

Salmonella

Salmonella food poisoning facts Picture of Salmonella Salmonella bacteria live in the intestinal tract of humans and animals and are excreted in feces. Poultry, beef, milk, and eggs all can contain Salmonella bacteria. Salmonella infection is a foodborne illness that occurs from consumption of raw meats and eggs, contaminated dairy foods such as unpasteurized (raw) […]

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Birth Control Options (Types and Side Effects)

Birth Control Options (Types and Side Effects)

Source: Getty Images Birth control definition and facts Birth control methods can be broadly classified into barrier methods (that prevent sperm cells from reaching the egg), methods that prevent ovulation such as the birth control pill, and methods that allow fertilization of the egg but prevent implantation of the fertilized egg inside the uterus (womb) […]

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Warm Bath Can Send You Off to a Sound Slumber, Study Finds

Warm Bath Can Send You Off to a Sound Slumber, Study Finds

By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter Latest Sleep News THURSDAY, July 25, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Here’s a win-win for all those bath lovers who struggle with poor sleep: New research suggests a soak in the tub before bedtime may shorten the time it takes to fall asleep. A well-timed warm bath, or even a warm shower, […]