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Here’s what happened to 6,000 women on a Mediterranean diet

Women in a 12-year-old study who adhered more closely to the diet had reduced the risk of heart disease similar to taking statins or other drugs. I know. We continue to hear (and hear and hear) the miracles of the Mediterranean diet. The food model made famous by the long-lived people of the Mediterranean region is a diet rich in …

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Shingrix Vaccine Against Shingles Remains In Short Supply : Shots

Deficiency is a national problem. And the cause, according to the manufacturer of the drug, GlaxoSmithKline, is simple: "Unprecedented demand". Ben Stansall / AFP / Getty Images hide caption activate the caption Ben Stansall / AFP / Getty Images Deficiency is a national problem. And the cause, according to the manufacturer of the drug, GlaxoSmithKline, is simple: "Unprecedented demand." Ben …

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British Woman’s Lips Balloon After Getting Fillers at Botox Party

An English woman has almost lost her upper lip after being filled with botox and doctors say her story should serve as a warning to others. Rachael Knappier, 29, injected Botox on her forehead and filler injected on her lips during a Botox party in August. The woman who was following the procedure was not a trained beautician, and three …

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Spray-On Gel Could Stop Cancer Spreading After Surgery

A key treatment line for many cancers is surgery, but frustratingly, this does not always eliminate the disease. Once a tumor is removed, it can return and the tumor can spread to other parts of the body. Now, scientists have found ways to stop this from happening, all thanks to a spray-on gel. By publishing their findings in the journal …

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How deaf researchers are reinventing science communication

What aspect do the synapses have? ? Or macrophages, the bloodstream cleaning team? Can you imagine the process of metastasis, the spread of cancer cells through the body? Science may seem rather abstract in English: the words themselves do not teach you much about the concepts they describe. These are just a few pieces of jargon necessary to be memorized. …

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Surgeons separate 3-day-old conjoined twins in 5-hour operation

The team of gifted surgeons, the moments in the photo after successfully separating the twins, performed the rescue operation for free. (SWNS) Surgeons in India posed for a celebratory selfie after successfully separating two 3-day Siamese twins in a meticulous operation. The girls – who have yet to be named – had a combined weight of only 7 pounds and …

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Doing Puzzles Won’t Stave Off Mental Decline

(Newser) – Scottish researchers have good news and bad news for those who make crossword puzzles, Suduko and similar puzzles. Such brain training exercises will not prevent mental decline or ward off dementia, suggests their new study in British Medical Journal . However, researchers see a benefit to the puzzlers, making a subtle distinction in what they call the debate …

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Simple tips to avoid holiday weight gain

From the first Christmas cookie to the last sip of New Year's champagne, this time of year is full of tempting temptations. But exaggerating with Christmas cheer can lead to stubborn weight gain that is difficult to lose. According to a new study, the average person earns from 0.8 to 2.2 pounds the year, most of the holidays. But the …

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