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Low-carb diet better when it includes more vegetables, nuts

Sep 20, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - People who cut back on carbohydrates may end up increasing their risk of premature death if they load their plates with meat and cheese instead of vegetables and nuts, a U.S. study suggests....
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Baby-boomers expect kids to care for them when they're sick

Sep 20, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Three in four baby-boomers with children expect one of their kids to help care for them when their health fails in old age and they don't have a spouse who can do this, a UK study suggests....
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Does Childbearing Delay Result in More Multiples?

Sep 20, 2018 , WebMD
Since the 1980s, the number of multiple births has jumped from roughly 20 sets per 1,000 live births to almost 35 sets per 1,000 live births, a new study has found. A sizable proportion of multiple births are attributable simply to delaying childbearing, the author...
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Judicial bypass process for abortion in Texas causes harm, researchers say

Sep 20, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - The judicial bypass process for abortion in Texas could be used as a form of punishment, allowing officials to humiliate young women for their personal decisions, a small study suggests....
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Yogurts deceptively high in sugar, study finds

Sep 20, 2018 , CNN Health
Most yogurts have deceptively high levels of sugar, with organic yogurts among the worst offenders, a new study warned....
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Household disinfectants could be making kids overweight

Sep 20, 2018 , CNN Health
Multi-surface cleaners and other commonly used household disinfectants could be making children overweight by altering the bacteria found in their guts, a new study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal suggests....
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One in three gun-owning U.S. veterans don't store weapons safely

Sep 20, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - A substantial percentage of U.S. military vets store guns loaded and ready to use, according to an American study that could have implications for suicide prevention....
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Pricing And Drug Shortage Study Prompts Concerns That Pharma Is Leveraging Scarcity To Reap More Profit

Sep 20, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
News outlets report on stories related to pharmaceutical...
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Air pollution linked to higher dementia risk, new study finds

Sep 20, 2018 , CNN Health
A new study suggests that exposure to large amounts of air pollution may be associated with a 40% heightened risk of dementia. The study, conducted in London, adds to a growing body of evidence that there could be a link between dirty air and dementia diagnoses....
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Is air pollution linked to higher dementia risk?

Sep 19, 2018 , CNN Health
A new study suggests that exposure to large amounts of air pollution may be associated with a 40% heightened risk of dementia. The study, conducted in London, adds to a growing body of evidence that there could be a link between dirty air and dementia diagnoses....
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Study To Examine Possible Effects Of Cannabis Compound For Common Movement Disorder

Sep 19, 2018 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Researchers at University of California School of Medicine are preparing to launch a novel clinical trial to examine the safety, efficacy and pharmacological properties of cannabis as a potential treatment for adults with essential tremor (ET). Currently, ET is treated using repurposed medications o......
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Study Reveals The Current Rates Of Diagnosed Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes In American Adults

Sep 19, 2018 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
A new study from the University of Iowa finds that type 2 diabetes is overwhelmingly the most common type of diabetes diagnosed in American adults who have the disease. The study found that 8.5% of American adults have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and .5% with type 1 diabetes. Among those w......
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What Can Infant Walkers Cause? How About Over 2,000 ER Visits A Year

Sep 19, 2018 , Forbes
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has indicated that this study supports a ban of infant...
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Probiotic Use May Reduce Antibiotic Prescriptions, Researchers Say

Sep 19, 2018 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Use of probiotics is linked to reduced need for antibiotic treatment in infants and children, according to a review of studies that probed the benefits of probiotics, say researchers in the U.S., England and the Netherlands. Their study, supported in part by the International Scientific Association......
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Air Pollutants Reach Placenta, Might Harm Fetus: Study

Sep 19, 2018 , MedicineNet
Title: Air Pollutants Reach Placenta, Might Harm Fetus: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 9/17/2018 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 9/18/2018 12:00:00...
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Women's sexual health after menopause may be best treated by gynecologists

Sep 19, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Postmenopausal women who experience problems like vaginal dryness, painful intercourse or urinary incontinence may want to see a gynecologist instead of a primary care provider for help, a recent study suggests....
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Injuries Associated With Infant Walkers Still Sending Children To The Emergency Department

Sep 19, 2018 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
A new study from researchers in the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital examined characteristics of infant walker-related injuries and evaluated the effect of the 2010 federal mandatory safety standard on these injuries. The study, published in Pediatrics, found ......
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Middle-aged drinkers more concerned about reputation than health risks, study says

Sep 19, 2018 , CNN Health
Middle-aged drinkers are more concerned about their embarrassing or childish behavior resulting from drinking alcohol than about the health risks associated with it, a new study has found....
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Flu Vaccination Rates In Clinics Drop As Day Progresses, But Computerized Nudges Help Give Them A Boost, Penn Study Finds

Sep 19, 2018 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Primary care clinics experienced a significant decline in influenza vaccinations as the day progressed, researchers from Penn Medicine report in a new study published in JAMA Open Network. However, “nudging” clinical staff to order vaccines using a behavioral economics technique known as “active cho......
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Chemical in cigarette smoke may damage important aspect of vision

Sep 19, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Exposure to a chemical in tobacco smoke could make it more difficult for people to see in low-contrast conditions, such as low light, fog or glare, a new study suggests....
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