HEALTH FOOD

More Evidence Bilingualism Aids Thinking Skills

19th December 2017

MONDAY, April 30, 2012 (HealthDay News) — People who talk two dialects have upgraded hearing preparing, which enhances their consideration and memory aptitudes, another, little examination says. Northwestern University scientists recorded the brainstem reactions in 23 English-and-Spanish talking adolescents and 25 English-just talking youngsters as they heard discourse sounds in two conditions. Under calm conditions, […]

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Kidney Disease Spikes, But Cause Unclear

16th December 2017

THURSDAY, May 30, 2013 — Kidney disease is on the rise, and this silent killer now affects more than 10 percent of people worldwide, according to a report published today in the Lancet.  Even worse, the disease, which chiefly affects the elderly, is also spreading into the younger population, which experts say is being driven […]

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Hard Candy Not Always So Sweet for Kids

16th December 2017

MONDAY, July 29, 2013 (MedPage Today) — Candy is dandy — for making youngsters gag. That is one of the discoveries of the main multiyear, broadly illustrative investigation of sustenance related nonfatal stifling wounds to kids, as indicated by Gary Smith, MD, of the Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, and partners. […]

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Excess Iron May Boost Adult Height

16th December 2017

FRIDAY, August 23, 2013 (MedPage Today) — Swiss grown-ups with HFE hemochromatosis, the hereditary iron over-burden issue, were fundamentally taller than the normal in the nation’s overall public, scientists stated, an outcome maybe of constantly abnormal states as youngsters. Among 176 grown-up patients with the condition, men were a normal of 4.3 cm (1.7″) and […]

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Chronic Kidney Disease on Rise Among U.S. Seniors, Study Shows

16th December 2017

TUESDAY, Sept. 24 (HealthDay News) — The rate of endless kidney ailment in Americans matured 80 and more established is expanding, another examination finds. Past research demonstrated that the rate of ceaseless kidney infection in the general U.S. populace expanded from 1988 to 1994 and from 1999 to 2004, however no figures have been accessible […]

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Obamacare’s Health Exchanges Up and Running

16th December 2017

TUESDAY, Oct. 1, 2013 (HealthDay News) — The Affordable Care Act’s new medical coverage trades opened for business Tuesday in the midst of the main national government shutdown in 17 years and a push by Republicans in the House of Representatives to postpone assist usage of “Obamacare.” The rollout of the trades, or commercial centers, […]

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Baby Boomers Not as Healthy as Their Parents

4th December 2017

MONDAY, Feb. 4, 2013 (MedPage Today) — Baby boomers confront more medical issues in middle age than their folks’ age, a national report found. “In spite of their more drawn out future over past ages, U.S. gen X-ers have higher rates of perpetual illness, greater incapacity, and lower self-appraised wellbeing than individuals from the past […]

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Gupta Guide: Levodopa to Power the Aging Brain?

4th December 2017

MONDAY, March 25, 2013 (MedPage Today) — When cash is hanging in the balance, a measurement of levodopa seems to help the basic leadership capacity of more seasoned grown-ups — albeit most “seniors” are still prone to miss out to more youthful contenders. That discovering, which rose up out of little investigation of sound septuagenarians […]

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How to Prevent Hearing Loss

4th December 2017

Do you experience difficulty following a discussion in an uproarious room? Do other individuals gripe that you have the TV turned up too boisterous? On the off chance that the response to both of those inquiries is yes, you may as of now have some level of hearing misfortune. Hearing misfortune can begin at any […]

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Waist-Height Ratio Beats BMI for Gauging Early Death

4th December 2017

TUESDAY, May 14, 2013 (MedPage Today) — For substantial patients, midriff to-tallness proportion (WHtR) might be a superior indicator of mortality hazard than weight file (BMI), specialists found. Evaluations of years of life lost because of corpulence were higher and more precise when utilizing WHtR contrasted and BMI, Margaret Ashwell, PhD, of Oxford Brookes University, […]

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