Weight-loss surgery may counter genetic risk for developing breast cancer

Women with a genetic predisposition for breast cancer were 2.5 times more likely to develop a malignancy than women with the same genetic risk who underwent bariatric or weight-loss surgery, according to a new study presented today by Cleveland Clinic Florida researchers at the 36th American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) Annual Meeting at ObesityWeek 2019. Breast cancer […]

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Woman gets parasitic worms in her EYES after a trail run

Woman, 68, gets parasitic worms in her EYE ‘after running through a swarm of flies’ on a trail in California’s Carmel Valley The unnamed woman felt irritation in her eye in March 2018 after going for a run Four worms were pulled from her eye, later confirmed to be Thelazia gulosa Infection has only been seen once in a human before; it […]

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7 Red Flags to Watch for When Choosing a Nursing Home

(Getty Images) The in-person advantage If you do it right, choosing a nursing home isn’t easy. “It could take days and several conversations and several good cries to make sure that … your loved one [is] in a place where their needs will be met,” says Greg Crist, spokesman for the American Health Care Association. And while nursing home ratings can help […]

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Certain strains of gut bacteria 'could raise the risk of bowel cancer'

Certain strains of gut bacteria could heighten the risk of bowel cancer by up to 15%, study claims Bristol scientists found Bacteroidales bacteria increased risk by eight per cent A person’s microbiome make-up is predominantly decided by genetic lottery  Dr Kaitlin Wade, first author, presented the findings at conference in Glasgow Certain strains of gut bacteria could raise the risk […]

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Woman's face dramatically SUNK on one side due to rare condition

Hairdresser, 27, has her face rebuilt with fat from her STOMACH after a rare condition caused her cheek to waste away from the inside Kayleigh Crowther thought her strong left cheekbone was due to weight loss But it became more defined and her face looked more sunken   She felt ‘disgusted’ by her own reflection because she felt like ‘an alien’ […]

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New study finds teen vaping probably doesn’t lead to smoking

A new study in Nicotine & Tobacco Research, published by Oxford University Press, suggests that adolescent e-cigarette users are more similar to conventional cigarette smokers than they are to non-tobacco users in terms of demographics and behavioral characteristics. While many public health advocates have suggested that vaping may lead to cigarette smoking, this new research suggests that cigarette smoking may […]

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These 3 mistakes almost every Work-out

That Sit-ups doesn’t necessarily make it a Six-Pack, we know that by now. Finally, the Six-Pack is made of at least 50% in the kitchen – that is to say, it depends on how healthy you eat. This is just the first of a long list of Fitness myths that keep you in Work-out cosmos stubbornly. We will tell you […]

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Constantly Cravings?: Researchers explain why you can’t stop snacking

The constant craving for sweets and the inability to leave it alone, the same in your neurological processes, diseases. So the result of Californian researchers. According to them, there are Parallels to gambling addiction, drug addiction, and Parkinson’s disease. Snacking and Addiction – the connection “We have discovered the Connections in the brain for impulse control,” said brain researcher Scott […]

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Fit and healthy: 5 things you can do in November

1. Before the sunrise, going for a Run Admittedly, It costs something to Overcome, to recover himself in the Morning, despite the darkness and cold of a Jogging round. But the feeling to have already moved, while others press again and the Snooze button is just incomparably good. Because the day can be so stressful, this point can be deleted […]

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