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Consumed: Health Food Fads | HuffPost Life

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Consumed: Health Food Fads | HuffPost Life This month for Consumed, we’re deep-diving into the ever-changing world of health food fads. Every time Gwyneth Paltrow or an Instagram influencers tells us we should be eating bee pollen or a diet entirely composed of fruit, it’s important to examine those suggestions …

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Pancreatic Cancer Odds Tied to Weight Before 50

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Pancreatic Cancer Odds Tied to Weight Before 50 By Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter SUNDAY, March 31, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Need another reason to stay slim? People who are overweight have a greater risk of dying from pancreatic cancer, especially those who are carrying extra pounds before age 50, a …

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Electrospinning Gun Protects Wounds with Nanofiber Mesh

Electrospinning Gun Protects Wounds with Nanofiber Mesh

Electrospinning Gun Protects Wounds with Nanofiber Mesh An Israeli company called Nanomedic has begun showing off its impressive device for applying an electrospun material to the surface of wounds. Electrospinning involves using electricity to produce extremely fine polymer threads. This technology is almost always used during manufacturing. The SpinCare product …

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Why Holding a Grudge Is Bad for Your Health – WebMD

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Why Holding a Grudge Is Bad for Your Health – WebMD By Len Canter HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, March 27, 2019 (HealthDay News) — It’s surprisingly easy to hold a grudge, but whether it involves a friend, a co-worker or a loved one, it can fill you with bitterness, keep you …

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Fewer Periods May Mean Higher Dementia Risk – WebMD

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Fewer Periods May Mean Higher Dementia Risk – WebMD The findings were reported online March 27 in Neurology. They are based on records from 15,754 women enrolled in the Kaiser healthcare system as far back as 1964. As of 2017, researchers found 42 percent of these women had been …

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Teen Dies After Tapeworm Eggs Invade Brain

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Teen Dies After Tapeworm Eggs Invade Brain March 29, 2019 — An 18-year-old man in India died after apparently ingesting the eggs of a tapeworm that caused lesions across his brain. The man’s parents brought him to an emergency room after he began having seizures and complained of pain …

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Shift Work Is Tough on Workers’ Hearts

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Shift Work Is Tough on Workers’ Hearts FRIDAY, March 29, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Millions of Americans work in shifts, and new research suggests it’s doing no favors for their cardiovascular health. The Chinese study of more than 320,000 people found that shift workers are at heightened risk for …

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Type 1 Seniors May Miss Spells of Low Blood Sugar

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Type 1 Seniors May Miss Spells of Low Blood Sugar By Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, March 29, 2019 (HealthDay News) — When you have type 1 diabetes, keeping track of your blood sugar levels can be challenging. But new research suggests that seniors might really have trouble avoiding low …

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