Category: Health

Zika Virus Weakens The Immune System Of Pregnant Women To Harm Babies

A new study by researchers at Keck School of Medicine of USC finds that Zika virus is linked to high risk of miscarriages, congenital birth defects and suppressing the immune system of a pregnant woman, thus allowing the virus to spread further and increase…

Study Finds That Long-term Testosterone Therapy Could Boost Urinary Health And Sexual Function

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Long-term testosterone therapy may improve urinary, sexual function and the overall quality of life, a new study finds. According to reports, the new study finds a significant improvement in urinary and sexual function as well as the quality of life in hypogonadal men that…

Study Finds That High Sugar Consumption Leads To Increased Cost Of Dental Treatment

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Sugar consumption is rapidly increasing all over the world, notwithstanding the negative impact on both the dental and general health. Another point of consideration is the huge amount of money being spent to maintain a good dental health across the globe. A recent joint…

New Male Contraceptive Option May Effectively Prevent Pregnancy

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Male contraceptive methods which include condoms, withdrawal and vasectomy have been the trend over the years. Although most people have hoped for a comfortable, more reliable option, it seems the end of the traditional options is not in sight. However, last year, it was…

Yoga May Be Effectively Used To Manage The Symptoms Of Depression, Study Finds

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A recent study presented at the 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association finds that yoga could be an effective remedy for the symptoms of depression. According to reports, the researchers who conducted the study discovered that yoga can be used as a…

Study Finds Fennel Can Be Used In The Effective Management Of Postmenopause Symptoms

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A recent study conducted by a team of researchers finds that Fennel, an anise-flavored herb commonly used for cooking could also be effectively used in the management of post menopause symptoms including but not limited to sleeplessness, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and anxiety. According…

New Study Finds That Hormone Replacement Therapies May Encourage The Spread Of Breast Cancer

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A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Missouri finds that hormone replacement therapies could worsen and help breast cancer spread. According to reports, the findings of the new study suggest that natural and synthetic progestins are associated with the increased production…

New Study Provides Insights Into Cause Of Miscarriage And Possible Treatment Solutions

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A recent study conducted by researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital have provided an insight into the causes of miscarriages for some women and treatment solutions. According to reports, the findings of the new study have identified how natural killer cells commonly found in the…

New Study Finds That Marijuana Use Is Associated With High Risk Of Death From Hypertension

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A new study conducted by a team of scientists finds that marijuana use is associated with a three-fold risk of death from hypertension. According to reports, the researchers involved in the new study found that individuals who use Marijuana have a higher risk of…

Study Finds That New Injectable Antiretroviral Therapy Is As Effective As Standard Oral Treatment

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A new research conducted by 50 centers around the world finds that new injectable antiretroviral therapy (ART) could be as effective as the standard oral treatment. According to reports, the researchers involved in the new study found that antiretroviral therapy that is intramuscularly administered…

Babies Born To Women Who Are Overweight, Obese Or Diabetic During Pregnancy Have An Increased Risk Of Lung Problems

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A new study by a team of researchers at the University of South Australia finds that babies born to mothers who are overweight, obese or diabetic during pregnancy have an increased risk of lungs problems. According to reports, the researchers who conducted the new…

Study Finds That Protein-rich Diet May Help Treat Inflamed Gut

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A new study by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis finds that a certain type of tolerance-promoting immune cell has been found in mice that have a particular bacterium in their guts. According to reports, the authors of the new…

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