Arugula Helps Prevent Fatty Liver Disease
7 monthes ago - By Mercola
Fatty liver is the most common liver disease in the world, affecting as many as 40 percent of the U.S. population, according to the National Institutes of Health, 1 and continues to rise dramatically. However, a recent clinical study indicates that a compound in green leafy vegetables may help prevent this condition.
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, or NAFLD, often progresses to other serious diseases, such as nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, or NASH, characterized by inflammation 2 fibrosis - which causes lung scarring and stiffness 3 - and cirrhosis, an advanced and irreversible stage of...
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Single National Primary Care Electronic Health Record for Canadians
7 monthes ago - By Medindia Health
To improve the health of Canadians, a single national electronic health record should be created by Canada argues an editorial in CMAJ.
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Single national electronic health record will help improve care in Canadian hospitals
7 monthes ago - By News Medical
Canada should invest in a single national electronic health record for primary care to improve the health of Canadians, argues an editorial in CMAJ.
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AI Helps Identify Patients in Need of Advanced Care for Depression: Study
Machine learning models help clinicians recognize people who need advanced depression care, reports a new study.
Type 2 Diabetes Alters Heart Structure and Increases Death Risk
Type 2 diabetes could affect heart structure and increase the risk of complications and death in heart failure patients of Asian origin. It can also lead to poor quality of life.
Lung Cell Transplant Could Offer Protection Against Lung Damage
Few serious cases of the flu can cause lasting damage to the lungs, but a new study finds that transplanting cells from the lungs of healthy animals enhanced healing in others...
Closer You Are to Green Space, Better is Your Mental Health
The closer you are to urban green space, the greater is your happiness, sense of worth, and life satisfaction.
Banning Hospital Ads may Increase Patient Readmission
Patients are positively influenced by hospital advertising and a blanket ban on hospital advertising can lead to hospital readmissions, finds a new study.
Researcher Warns of Need for Malaria Drug to Treat Severe Cases in U.S
Oral doses of quinidine are available, but they are not typically effective in more serious malaria cases, warns researcher.
Cancer Survivors at Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Problems
There is an increased risk of various cardiovascular diseases among cancer survivors, and hence the need for preventative measures and earlier interventions.
Some Pregnant Women are Exposed to Gadolinium in Early Pregnancy, Says Study
Study supports adherence to effective pregnancy screening measures to help reduce inadvertent exposures to contrast agents during early pregnancy.
Researchers use electrical stimulation to improve depression symptoms
Patients with depression may experience improvements in their symptoms if they tried a new electricity-based stimulation therapy. Developed by North Carolina-based researchers...
Do you often get up in the middle of the night to pee? You may have blood...
Nocturia is a condition characterized by the frequent need to get up and urinate at night. This condition is often seen in older people and is the most common cause of sleep...