Screen time plus snacking a risk for metabolic disorder in teens

Teens who sit for hours watching TV, using the computer or playing video games while eating unhealthy snacks are at increased risk for a group of risk factors for heart disease and diabetes, according to research to be presented Monday, March 25 at ENDO 2019, the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society, in New Orleans, La. The study found these […]

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Peptide shows promise for protecting kidneys from nephritis

A synthetic peptide appears to directly disrupt the destructive inflammation that occurs in nephritis, enabling the kidneys to better recover and maintain their important functions, investigators report. Whether they gave the peptide body-wide or delivered it directly to the kidneys, it reduced the movement of immune cells into the kidneys, resolved inflammation and damage and improved kidney function, without increasing […]

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A measles vaccination for children?

More and more diseases: the Federal government thinks about measles vaccination In the past few months, health experts have always stressed on the increasing number of measles cases in Germany. The disease is highly contagious and can lead to death. The Federal government is thinking about a legal measles vaccination of children. Increase in the number of measles diseases Although […]

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Constant bloating in women is often an indicator for cancer

A inflated tummy can be a sign of cancer If women suffer repeated at a bloating, can hide behind the discomfort, also a serious medical condition. In addition to intolerances, intestinal suffering, lack of exercise or mental health problems, too, can be a cancer cause. Bloating can be a sign of cancer That gets you to the consumption of certain […]

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The Real Reason Why Some People Hate Cilantro With A Fiery Passion

Cilantro isn’t for everyone. The delicate, zesty leaves of the coriander plant that grace guacamole, garnish shrimp dishes, and top light soups seem innocent enough—but they actually totally repulse some people. Trust me, witnessing a cilantrophobe’s offense to the herb is a sight. And while it’s an oddly specific hatred, turns out, disgust for the stuff is actually beyond their […]

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Is the new ‘fasting’ diet trend healthy?

Tipping the scales at 233 pounds, Charles Joy realized he needed to make some changes. The 28-year-old Louisville, Kentucky, native already had tried many diet plans to varying degrees of success. In 2013, he lost more than 100 pounds through exercise and diet. But afterward, his weight slowly began to creep back up. In 2017, Joy decided to try time-restricted […]

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