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Long-term Exposure to Artificial Lighting Could Have Adverse Effects on Health – July 26,...

A study recently published in the journal Current Biology has shown that long-term exposure to artificial lighting for over five months may impair circadian...
Atrial Fibrillation

Women Suffering From Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Experience More Symptoms, Lower Quality of Life, but...

A recently published article in the Journal of the American Medical Association investigated sex-based differences in the quality of life and outcomes of men...
technology based

Technology-Based (SMART) Intervention Facilitated Short-Term Weight Loss – July 21, 2016

Today’s society is plagued with unhealthy eating habits and a sedentary lifestyle that results in weight gain and obesity. This is especially true amongst...
treatment

Aspirin, the Double-Edged Sword in Cardiovascular Treatment – July 12, 2016

Aspirin possesses the potential to be clinically beneficial in the treatment of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease (ASCVD) but simultaneously runs a health risk. Individualized assessments...
tuberculosis

A Personal Account: Dr. Major Discusses How We Can Gear up in the Fight...

Dr. Major shares his personal story of encountering tuberculosis patients and discusses what we need to do in order to improve healthcare standards and...
Watercress-Extract-Can-Detoxify-Carcinogens

Today In Medical History – June 29, 2016

June 29, 2016: (1) (1517) Flemish physician and botanist Rembert Dodoens is born. He wrote multiple books on plants and their medicinal uses. (2) (1912) French...
high genetic

Change in Diet Can Reduce Type II Diabetes Risk Even For Patients with High...

Results from a clinical trial suggest that a high protein diet has positive effects on insulin resistance and pancreatic cell function for Caucasian Americans...
adverse cardiovascular events

Migraines Associated with a Greater Risk of Adverse Cardiovascular Events in Middle Aged Women...

A prospective cohort study has shown that middle aged women who suffer from migraines are at an increased risk for adverse cardiovascular events. There...

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