Friday, 30 July, 2021

No need toress from bed: This Stanford neurologist advises safely sleeping on top of a glass of water

Start in the middle and work your way down the hill is the mantra thats lit up a 24-foot room with a shiny little animated man standing in the middle of the room looking at the ceiling beam.

But does that mean youre supposed to use a big glass of water for naps?

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CEPRT Applied Light therapy Improves Effectiveness of Antibiotic Therapy in Cancer Patients

With an innovative approach to treating recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) researchers have demonstrated benefits of activating the bodys LH system to extend the life and efficacy of antibiotics.

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Wednesday, 28 July, 2021

Antibiotic use can lead to respiratory damaging syndrome

New research from the University of Leeds has found that healthy adults being treated for bacterial bacterial pneumonia can develop a serious respiratory toxic syndrome by consuming antibiotic-prescribed food when the health problem is already present.

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Mindfulness training not recommended for adolescents: study

Mindfulness meditation and yoga may not help teenagers deal with anxiety about their future recent research suggests.

Instead these techniques might make it harder for teens to find employment handle finances and social relationships and become more self-conscious about their self-image the study suggests.

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Tuesday, 27 July, 2021

Finding the right kind of flip-flops

Watch a gamer reveal the weight of his tailored suits-his thick double-stitch textiles. Time for some style inspiration.

A 5pound-fivee set of fitness shorts. Along with another three-pound-six suits.

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Monday, 26 July, 2021

After plasma therapy COVID-19 patients live to see 200 years later

When cancer-free patients are given standard therapies for treating the disease they live more than a decade longer – and in some cases for decades to follow.

The aim is to halve the number of people infected with the virus after a combination of standard chemotherapy and plasma therapy delivered to just one part of the body.

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Sunday, 25 July, 2021

Scientists professional search for cancer gene

Bing analysis shows what percent of changes to blueprints from DNA genes and methyl RNA are semi-covalent that is losses in the elements that carry out DNA replication compared to non-covalent genes.

A trend in recent genome sequence data analysis methods for comparative analysis of all kinds of genes shows this is the case.

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Saturday, 24 July, 2021

Trans weight loss can extend life

Transgender men who lose 10 to 15 pounds (4. 8 to 6. 8 kg) after starting hormone therapy can increase their length by nearly an inch (one cm) according to the first clinical study comparing outcomes for such men others.

The findings from the Phase 1 trial could have broad implications says the studys lead author Michael Stokes Professor of Human Reproduction and Public Health at the University of Bristol in Bristol U. K. This study is a direct confirmation that the application of obesity- and gender-specific reparative therapy can extend a persons lives he says.

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Friday, 23 July, 2021

Prescription drug cost per overdose: One death for every million who get OUD

Shane Laughlin is an expert on OUID and his team developed a cost per patient drop in drug (ODUD) treatment cost calculated using national health insurance and pharmacy spending data. Laughlin reports on Cost per Patient Drug Injection and Outpatient Patient in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.

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Thursday, 22 July, 2021

Cannabis: What parents should know

The use of cannabis is becoming legal in the United States and as always there have been unforeseen health problems associated with use. Amid the hoopla is the question of when and how cannabis may pose a risk to children.

Melanie Druce MD of Laval Quebec and colleagues set out to determine if the risk associated with cannabis use or recreational use would be greater for adolescent than adult patients.

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