Hormone Therapy may Prevent Onset of Depression in Menopausal Women
One year ago - By Medindia Health
Hormone therapy to mitigate the increased risk of depressive symptoms in women in the menopause transition and early postmenopause.
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Can early symptoms predict bipolar disorder? Evidence shows differing patterns of risk factors
One year ago - By ScienceDaily
Two patterns of antecedent or 'prodromal' psychiatric symptoms may help to identify young persons at increased risk of developing bipolar disorder , according to a new analysis.
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Hysterectomy with ovarian conservation may increase risk for CV, metabolic conditions
One year ago - By Healio
Hysterectomy with ovarian conservation was linked to increased long-term risk for metabolic and cardiovascular conditions, particularly in women aged 35 years and younger, according to findings recently published in Menopause.
“Previous studies of hysterectomy with ovarian conservation have had methodological limitations,” Shannon Laughlin-Tommaso, MD, OB-GYN at the Mayo Clinic, and colleagues wrote. “Most studies did not control for preexisting CVD which is increased in women undergoing hysterectomy. Some studies included women with a previous unilateral oophorectomy in the
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Experts from Dalhousie University in Canada now believe frailty could reduce people's tolerance to brain changes, so that they are more likely to become forgetful.
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Non-profit consumer group calls for action; cites increase in food recalls
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Money Worries Linked to Heart Disease Risk Among African-Americans
Financial stress may contribute to heart disease risk in African-Americans, finds a new study.
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Modifying healthcare delivery practices may improve discussions between youth and their healthcare providers, stated new research.
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Drinking soft drinks while exercising in hot weather can put you at a higher kidney disease risk, reveals a new study.
A Novel Stem Cell Approach to Treat Diabetes
Stem cell-derived beta cells have been developed by a researcher that produces correct amount of insulin more responsive to the fluctuating glucose in the cells.