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Increase in dairy intake lowers risk of fractures among older care home residents: Study - newkerala.com - New Kerala

Newkerala.com

Washington, October 21: Increasing intake of foods rich in calcium and protein such as milk, yoghurt, and cheese, reduces falls and fractures in older adults living in residential care, finds a new s… [+3184 chars]

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Bat study reveals secrets of the social brain - Phys.org

Phys.Org

Whether chatting with friends at a dinner party or managing a high-stakes meeting at work, communicating with others in a group requires a complex set of mental tasks. Our brains must track who is sp… [+11012 chars]

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Researchers discover how Staphylococcus aureus protects itself against important antibiotic - News-Medical.net

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The skin bacterium Staphylococcus aureus often develops antibiotic resistance. It can then cause infections that are difficult to treat. Researchers at the University of Bonn have uncovered an ingen… [+5076 chars]

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World Polio Day 2021 highlights progress and ongoing commitment to end polio everywhere - World Health Organization

World Health Organization

In 1988, the world committed to eradicating wild polio. Today, 5 out of 6 WHO regions are certified free of wild polio, including the WHO European Region, which was declared polio free in 2002. Only … [+3610 chars]

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Good cardiovascular health can reduce the risk of diabetes - Times of India

The Times of India

With around 70 million people suffering from diabetes in the country, India is called the diabetes capital of the world. Not just the old, even young people are falling prey to diabetes, which makes … [+3987 chars]

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Novel Einstein-developed strategy successfully suppresses HIV infections in mice - News-Medical.Net

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Armed with a novel strategy they developed for bolstering the body's immune response, scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have successfully suppressed HIV infections in mice-;offering a… [+3965 chars]

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Study investigates the effectiveness of air filtration systems in preventing respiratory infections - Tech Explorist

Tech Explorist

The vehicle for airborne respiratory disease transmission is the droplets air. These droplets can be inhaled or picked up from the surfaces on which they land. Portable air filters that purify the a… [+1711 chars]

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Research breakthrough could mean better treatment for patients with deadly brain tumour - Devdiscourse

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Scientists studying the most common and aggressive type of brain tumour in adults have discovered a new way of analysing diseased and healthy cells from the same patient. Their paper, Comparative epi… [+3976 chars]

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Weight loss story: 'I followed 12:12 Intermittent Fasting and cut out sugar from my diet' - Times of India

The Times of India

My breakfast: I didn't have any breakfast since I was following the 12: 12 Intermittent Fasting pattern. Just water if I felt parched. My lunch: My first meal is at 11 a.m. and it would usually be s… [+737 chars]

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Diabetes: Understanding The Importance Of Monitoring Your Blood Sugar Levels Regularly - Doctor NDTV

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Diabetes has emerged as a silent pandemic that has affected millions of people in India. Diabetes, a chronic disorder, affects the ability of the body to use glucose present in the blood. Diabetes is… [+3193 chars]

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Later Stage Fibrosis Linked to Higher Mortality Rate in NAFLD Patients - MD Magazine

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The mortality rate increases as the fibrosis stage increases for patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). A team, led by Arun J. Sanyal, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Me… [+3015 chars]

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Should NICE Reconsider Inclisiran Recommendation? - The Cardiology Advisor

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The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) should reconsider its recommendation of inclisiran, a new cholesterol-lowering drug, until more data on clinically meaningful cardiovascul… [+3902 chars]

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Effect of Air Pollution on Inflammation, Coagulation in Patients With AECOPD - Pulmonology Advisor

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Short-term exposure to ambient air pollutants may alter the prothrombotic state and C-reactive protein (CRP) levels in patients with acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (AECOP… [+2758 chars]

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