House work and walking is just as healthy as exercise?

Everyday tasks can be healthy for the body You want to do something for your health and at best something to lose weight? Then forget about the latest fitness trends or strenuous visits to the gym. Experts found out now that everyday tasks and activities such as house work, Carrying food and climbing the stairs is just as healthy for […]

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Knowledge of Transgender Health Care Not Linked to Education

MONDAY, Feb. 25, 2019 — Transphobia — not formal or informal education — predicts provider knowledge of transgender health care, according to a study recently published in Medical Education. Daphna Stroumsa, M.D., M.P.H., from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and colleagues conducted an online survey to assess exposure to transgender and gender-diverse (TGD) content and knowledge of TGD […]

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Bizarre: A patient is growing a Tooth in the nose

A 59-year-old Dane suffered from a clogged nose. At first Doctors suspected a Tumor. But then it turned out: a Tooth had grown into the nose. Strange mass in the nasal cavity The science magazine “The MMJ” writes. A Dane suffered from a milky discharge from one nostril, his sense of smell was limited, and his nose bent. However, it […]

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New microfluidics device can detect cancer cells in blood

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Queensland University of Technology of Australia, have developed a device that can isolate individual cancer cells from patient blood samples. The microfluidic device works by separating the various cell types found in blood by their size. The device may one day enable rapid, cheap liquid biopsies to help detect cancer and […]

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New form of hereditary osteoporosis

A research group headed by Professor Outi Mäkitie, University of Helsinki, Finland, identified in families with childhood-onset osteoporosis disease-causing mutations in a gene that had previously not been connected with the skeletal system or osteoporosis. “Through extensive genetic research, we identified a gene defect underlying osteoporosis in two Finnish families with several affected family members. In collaboration with Dutch and […]

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Is the most effective weight-loss strategy really that hard?

If you want lose weight, research shows, the single best predictor of success is monitoring and recording calorie and fat intake throughout the day—to “write it when you bite it.” But dietary self-monitoring is widely viewed as so unpleasant and time-consuming, many would-be weight-losers can’t muster the will power to do it. New research to be published in the March […]

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Cervical cancer: Symptoms, causes, stages, and treatment

The American Cancer Society estimates that doctors will make 13,170 new diagnoses of cervical cancer by the end of 2019 in the United States. More than 4,200 women in the U.S. will die from cervical cancer this year. Human papillomavirus (HPV) causes the majority of cervical cancer cases. The HPV vaccine successfully prevents HPV. The Centers for Disease Control and […]

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Warning: New flu virus can skip from bats to humans

New route of transmission of influenza viruses detected In South America, discovered Researchers a new Virus of type Influenza (flu Virus), the benefits of bats on the grass. In contrast to the other viruses from the group of agents uses a completely different way of infection. A research team from Switzerland examined the germ now in more detail. In the […]

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Trying a New Workout? Try These 5 Steps to Ease Anxiety.

It was prime time in the gym: 7:15 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. The floor was packed, with weights dispersed and plyo boxes everywhere. I was there too, standing over a loaded hex bar, feeling entirely overwhelmed and so out of my element. I’d done CrossFit for years, trained for seven full marathons, but it had been a long time […]

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