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New study shows Medicaid expansion means lower death rates and better...

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From Medicine Today, the results of a new study published online in the New England Journal of Medicine, finds that state expansions of the Medicaid health program reduced...

High fish intake during pregnancy promotes childhood obesity

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During pregnancy, a woman is barraged with what foods are safe to eat and in what quantities. A new study by European researchers has found that high fish...

Study: Mini ‘mod’ homes can help rough sleepers get off the...

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A new study on the first modular mini-homes in England created for those experiencing homelessness has found that – combined with “wraparound support” – these small, inexpensive units...

More reasons why it is important to have good oral hygiene...

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Good oral hygiene at home as well as regular dental hygiene appointments help to control pregnancy-associated gingivitis Poor oral hygiene, plaque, and a change in your oral bacteria will...

Study: Men and women experience brain injuries differently

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Five years ago, Odette Harris, MD, professor of neurosurgery and a brain trauma expert, began to weave an age-old question into her research: What are the differences between...

Drinking wine and eating grapes and peanuts may help prevent memory...

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There has been a growing awareness that good nutrition is essential for the health of the brain. Texas A&M University reported via Newswise, a compound which is found...

Study: Bacteria can develop strong immunity for protection against viruses

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A new study led by a team of bioscientists from Durham University, UK, in collaboration with University of Liverpool, Northumbria University and New England Biolabs, hopes to exploit...

Those with inflammatory bowel disease more likely to be lefty

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While only 10 percent of the population is left-handed, an astonishing 21 percent of those with inflammatory bowel disease are left-handed, according to a study conducted by researchers...

Surrendering to this may just save your life

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Many people who suffer with mental illness are in denial or unaware and refuse to get help but surrendering to treatment may be the difference between life and...

Study: Monitoring glucose levels, no needles required

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Noninvasive glucose monitoring devices are not currently commercially available in the United States, so people with diabetes must collect blood samples or use sensors embedded under the skin...

Researchers uncover a circadian rhythm in heart cells that affects their...

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A new study has shown how circadian rhythms in heart cells help to change heart function over the course of the day and may explain why shift workers...

Osteoporosis screening guidelines flawed for younger postmenopausal women

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To reduce the risk of bone fractures and the associated complications, the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends that all women age 65 and older be...