Vitamin D and Schizophrenia; 007 and Alcohol Abuse
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11 hours ago - MedPageToday
Sustained Weight Loss in Diabetes More Likely in Teetotalers
Thus, 'patients with type 2 diabetes who are trying to lose weight should be encouraged to limit alcohol consumption,' says the lead author of a new study. Medscape Medical News
13 hours ago - Medscape - 2 articles
Weight-loss results improve with less alcohol consumption
Consuming alcohol negatively affects long-term weight loss in adults with type 2 diabetes and obesity, according to findings published in Obesity. “Though the association...
17 hours ago - Healio
Shy people suffer from HANGXIETY after a heavy night out because they are more anxious
A study of 97 adults by the University of Exeter also revealed drinking around six units of alcohol reduces anxiety in extremely coy people, who may use booze to help release...
19 hours ago - Daily Mail
James Bond Has a 'Severe Chronic Alcohol Problem,' According to Health Experts
Get some help, 007.
19 hours ago - Mens health
Here are 5 science-backed benefits to quitting drinking
Regardless if you're only a lightweight drinker or if you can chug an alarming number of beers before you feel drunk, there are some crucial benefits to being sober. Even if...
19 hours ago - Natural News
Most Americans think marijuana is MUCH safer than alcohol
In a survey of over 1,000 people, 57 percent said that, if they could only legalize one, it would be cannabis, while the remaining 43 percent picked alcohol.
19 hours ago - Daily Mail
Hidden health risks of trendy craft beer
Beer enthusiasts say Belgian beers, stouts and IPAs have interesting and complex flavours, but officials fear craft beers could be fuelling alcohol-related health problems.
20 hours ago - Daily Mail
Moderate alcohol consumption linked with lower risk of hospitalization
A study of the Department of Epidemiology and Prevention of I.R.C.C.S. Neuromed, in collaboration with the Department of Nutrition of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public...
23 hours ago - News Medical
What alcohol is really doing to your body
Dr. Pedram Kordrostami has revealed why you suffer symptoms such as muscle aches and anxiety the day after drinking and what steps you need to take to tackle each specific symptom.
1 day ago - Daily Mail
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Frequent Red Meat Consumption May Up Heart Disease Risk
Red meat lovers beware: Frequently eating a diet rich in red meat may increase heart disease risk, reveals a new study.
Skin Scare: Could Your Moisturizer Carry a Cancer Risk?
By Theresa Tamkins THURSDAY, Aug. 14 - A surprising new study suggests that some common moisturizers might speed up the development of skin cancer-at least in laboratory...
Age-Group Differences in the Performance of Selected Tests of Physical...
Background and Purpose: It is not known whether short functional performance tests used in aging research are appropriate for use in healthy older adults. The purpose of this...
Improved Functional Performance in Individuals With Dementia After a...
Background and Purpose: Individuals with dementia experience difficulties across cognitive and functional domains. Nonpharmacological interventions aimed at reducing disability...
Hearing Loss May Up Premature Death Risk
Premature death risk: Hearing loss may lead to early death due to cardiovascular disease, reveals a new study.
Baculovirus Pave the Way for New Drug Discovery
An insect virus by name baculovirus can eliminate liver-stage malarial parasites in mice, offering a new hope for discovering safer and effective alternate treatment options
Significant Rise in Dementia-related Cases in India
India had witnessed a significant growth in the dementia and Alzheimer's disease affected individuals from 1990 to 2016.
Edible seaweeds hold great potential for preventing diabetes and lowering...
Seaweed is a staple in international cuisine, but new research has shown that these edible greens from the deep are more than just a side dish. A growing body of research has...
Later school times prove a success in Seattle: Kids are getting more sleep...
The Seattle School District pushed back high school and middle school start times in 2017 from 7.50am to 8.45am. Students had fewer instances of late arrival and had an...
Doctors' stethoscopes are 'loaded' with bacteria including hospital superbug...
All 40 of the stethoscopes examined in a new University of Pennsylvania study were riddled with bacteria that cause hospital-associated infections, including the deadly MRSA bug.