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Today In Medical History – October 13, 2017

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October 13, 2017: (1) (1821) German physician, anthropologist, and pathologist Rudolf Virchow is born. He is known for advancing public health, and for helping to discredit humourism (a discredited...
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Does Acid Whey Provide Health Benefits?

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A recent study examined the health benefits of food ingredients such as acid whey concentrates fed to rats with a high-fat, high-cholesterol diet. Acid whey,...
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Today In Medical History – September 22, 2017

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September 22, 2017: (1) (1791) English scientist Michael Faraday is born. He invented an early form of what is now the Bunsen burner and also...
rheumatoid arthritis treatment

Treat-to-Target Approaches and New Drugs for Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

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A recently published review discusses how early diagnosis and prompt goal oriented (or treat-to-target) rheumatoid arthritis treatment can improve outcomes in patients with the...
subclinical hypothyroidism treatment

Levothyroxine for Subclinical Hypothyroidism Treatment Has No Symptomatic Benefit

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  In a 2017 study, researchers explored the risks and benefits of levothyroxine for subclinical hypothyroidism treatment in older adults. The findings suggest levothyroxine does...
fish consumption

Bigger Fish to Fry: Fish Consumption and a Rheumatoid Arthritis Diet

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Study finds that consuming fish ≥2 times per week was associated with lower disease activity scores and demonstrated other traits that could contribute to...
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Does Exercise Reduce the Risk of Heart Failure?

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Heart failure affects over 23 million people worldwide and despite progress in diagnosis and treatment, the 5-year mortality rate for heart failure patients remains...
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Nitrate-Rich Vegetables Can Reduce Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

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A recent study reports that nitrate-rich vegetables, such as beats and leafy greens, can reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes.   Vegetables are considered...

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