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Popular Painkillers Like Ibuprofen Are Linked to Heart Problems

Taking prescription pain meds, including common ones like ibuprofen and naproxen, on a regular basis may increase risk of heart failure

Can You Cure Type II Diabetes?

This article was originally published by AskMen UK. Let's say you're a generally healthy 20-30 something guy. You try to workout a few times a week, you generally eat alright even if your diet does consist of the occasional pint or two at the pub. Show More Summary

Yoga Journal LIVE Teacher and Sangha Space Performer Application

1 hour agoFitness / Yoga : Yoga Journal

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Young Males And Problematic Porn Use

Is Your Son Using Porn? A few years ago, Canadian researcher Simon Lajeunesse wanted to study the effects of porn on adolescent boys. To do this, he needed to assemble two groups--young males who were porn users, and young males who were not porn users. Show More Summary

Healthy Desserts Are Real Thing Because This World Is a Beautiful Place

1 hour agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

You don't need processed or refined sugar to have a delicious dessert, and believe it or not, there are healthy desserts out there. In fact, we have at least 70! These recipes feature one of many aspects: try our vegan, gluten-free,Show More Summary

Gluten Free Diet Review: Does it Work?

 What is it?  The Gluten Free Diet is a way of eating often practiced by people with an allergy to gluten or those looking to lose weight. People sensitive to gluten will often have inflammation and issues in the small … Continue reading ?

3 Day Diet Review: Does it Work?

 What is it? The 3 Day Diet is a short lasting weight loss diet that claims one can lose 10 pounds in a week. It’s essentially a low-calorie diet that consists of three breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. It’s also suggested … Continue reading ?

Dementia: Catching the memory thief

It's over a hundred years since the first case of Alzheimer's disease was diagnosed. Since then we've learned a great deal about the protein 'tangles' and 'plaques' that cause the disease. How close are we to having effective treatments -- and could we even prevent dementia from occurring in the first place?

New imaging technique in Alzheimer's disease opens up possibilities for new drug development

Tau PET is a new and promising imaging method for Alzheimer’s disease. A case study in Sweden now confirms that tau PET images correspond to a higher degree to actual changes in the brain. According to the researchers behind the study, this increases opportunities for developing effective drugs.

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Coping Guidelines for All of US

In the last few months our nation has witnessed a surge in violent acts of intolerance. Are we suffering from secondary PTSD?

I Tried the Kardashians' Favorite Detox Tea, and This Is What Happened

#ad Morning :) My flat tummy secret is my @lyfe_tea teatox! We need all the help we can get to keep off the holiday pounds. So keeping my @lyfe_tea with me keeps my waistline slim! Get yours here at #lyfetea #thanksgiving A...Show More Summary

Case Study Reports Details of Mysterious Utah Zika-Related Death

Researchers at the University of Utah School of Medicine and ARUP Laboratories in Salt Lake City unravel the mystery behind a rare Zika-related death in an adult, and unconventional transmission to a second patient in a correspondence published online on September 28 in the New England Journal of Medicine. Show More Summary

University of Southern California to Show How Wearable Technology Can Improve Cancer Treatment

Researchers at the University of Southern California will demonstrate how using wearable technology and smartphones can improve cancer treatment at a White House event on Oct. 3. The USC project will be one of the participants in the Cancer Moonshot exhibit championed by Vice President Joe Biden. Show More Summary

Brainlab Community Neurosurgery Abstract Award granted to Imran Noorani, MD, at the 2016 CNS Annual Meeting

Dr. Noorani's study uses genetics to understand the biology of brain tumors and the functional role of genes to develop future meaningful therapeutic drug targets.

Sociol-Ecological System Approach Leads to New Information in Study of Mosquito-Borne Viruses

In an article published online Sept. 13 in UGEC Viewpoints, Upstate Medical University researcher Anna Stewart Ibarra, PhD, MPA, describes how a collaborative approach by researchers of varying disciplines is being used as a framework for studying the mosquito-borne viruses, zika, dengue and chikungunya.

Newsletter ThankYou

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September Is Childhood Obesity Month -- Get The Facts

The obesity epidemic continues to dominate headlines--and for good reason. Obesity is a leading cause of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and stroke. Many of these conditions occur in adults but often begin in childhood....Show More Summary

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