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Should you work out when sore?

Should you work out when sore?

Exercise is great for overall health and fitness, but it can sometimes lead to a person feeling sore. This soreness may appear during the workout, or it may come on a day or two afterward. Generally, soreness due to exercising is not a cause for concern, and people can often continue to do physical activity. […]

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Ovarian cancer stages: What to know

Ovarian cancer stages: What to know

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Are there any benefits of apple cider vinegar baths?

Are there any benefits of apple cider vinegar baths?

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How to help a teen with depression

How to help a teen with depression

Teen depression is more than just sadness, moodiness, or a hormone-induced adolescent rite of passage. Depression is a serious illness that can affect a teen’s physical health, relationships, ability to succeed in school, and sense of self-worth. Suicide was the second leading cause of death for teens in the United States in 2017, and depression […]

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Do our reading lists determine how we process language?

Do our reading lists determine how we process language?

Researchers behind a new analysis argue that the books that we have access to may shape the ways in which our brains process and organize language. Share on PinterestDo the books and language that we are exposed to shape how we process language in general? The construction and use of the complex communication codes that […]

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Atherosclerosis: Scientists identify new protein target in immune cells

Atherosclerosis: Scientists identify new protein target in immune cells

The inflammatory condition atherosclerosis, where fatty, waxy deposits build up in arteries, raises the risk of stroke, heart attack, and cardiovascular disease. Now, using mice and human samples, scientists have shown for the first time that a protein in cells called macrophages promotes the disease. New research finds a protein in immune cells that may […]

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Rare diseases more common than we think

Rare diseases more common than we think

Rare diseases are by their very nature obscure and unknown, falling through the cracks when it comes to research budgets and treatment development. But now, a study has shown they are more common than we think. New research shows that rare diseases are not that rare. The United States classifies a rare disease as one […]

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High blood pressure: Could noise be a risk factor?

High blood pressure: Could noise be a risk factor?

A recent study investigated the relationship between occupational noise-induced hearing loss and blood pressure. The authors conclude that chronic noise exposure increases the risk of hypertension. Could long term exposure to noise raise blood pressure? According to the new paper, globally, more than 600 million people have jobs that expose them to hazardous noise levels. […]

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Homeopathy: FDA issue new statement on risks

Homeopathy: FDA issue new statement on risks

As the homeopathic industry grows, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issue a statement to present two major steps they are taking to protect the public from the potentially harmful effects of products labeled as “homeopathic.” The FDA caution against the potential risks of homeopathic products. According to some estimates, a third of adults and […]

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Dislocated Knee

Dislocated Knee

Facts you should know about dislocated knees Knee dislocations are a result of significant force or trauma. With a dislocated knee, the relationship between the femur and tibia is lost and at least three of four ligaments that hold the knee stable must be torn. Fractures often accompany the dislocation. Surgeons most often repair the […]