Month: October 2022

It’s time to mind the wealth vs health gap. You haven’t been paying attention if you’ve never heard the term “inflammation” concerning general health. However, inflammation has been a hot topic in the wellness world over the past few years as it relates to almost every chronic condition.  But can social determinants like social status,
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Paying attention to your sexual and reproductive health is more important than you think. Since everyone has a right to access sexual and reproductive healthcare and decide what to do with their bodies, some people consider Hormone Replacement Therapy and Testosterone Replacement Therapy to improve their hormone balance, increase their libido, and attain beneficial effects.
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Black in Cancer co-founders Dr Henry Henderson and Sigourney Bonner. (Photo by John Nicholson) Dr Faith Uwadiae spent 10 years studying science at some of London’s top universities and research institutes before she had the chance to attend a lecture by another Black woman. That lecture wasn’t actually about science, though. It took another year
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We’re exiting our position in AbbVie (ABBV), selling 300 shares at roughly $148.14 each. We’re also buying 75 shares of Starbucks (SBUX) at roughly $85.93 each. Following Friday’s trades, Jim’s Charitable Trust will no longer own a position in AbbVie and will own 750 shares of Starbucks, increasing its weighting in the portfolio to 2.28%
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A new analysis of U.S.-based pediatrics research published over the last decade found that just 9% of studies included non-English-speaking children or families, highlighting a lack of representation that could have serious implications for health equity. The findings are published today in a JAMA Pediatrics analysis led by University of Pittsburgh researchers. It is frankly
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For those affected, recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) are sometimes stressful. However, even an informative discussion about risk factors and the imparting of behavioral recommendations can be very helpful for many women. Antibiotic prophylaxis should only be considered once all nonantibiotic therapy options have been exhausted. One in seven women suffers at least once a
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After their baby boy was born in 2005, Scott and Carrie Hanson’s joy turned to fear when they found out that Kinser, just hours old, likely had a heart defect. Mayo Clinic surgeons performed successful heart surgery when Kinser was just five days old. Because of the expert care Kinser received, Scott is thankful that
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When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, the emotional impact is monumental. Here, counsellor Nadia Wyatt shares her story, and the things she learned along the way We were on holiday in Spain, during Easter in 2014, and were returning back to the UK on Wednesday. My daughter had been complaining she was not
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From CuriaOct 31 2022Reviewed by Mila Perera Curia, a leading contract research, development and manufacturing organization, today hosted a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the beginning of construction of its expanded campus in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Image Credit: Curia The additional space will house a new, advanced isolated high-speed fill-finish vial line – which includes biosafety
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Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. CNN  —  As Antarctica’s emperor penguins are increasingly threatened by the climate crisis, the flightless seabirds will receive new protections under the Endangered Species Act, or ESA. With global warming melting the sea ice the
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Tuberculosis has rebounded after years of decline, killing an estimated 1.6 million people in 2021, up 14 percent in two years, new World Health Organization figures showed Thursday. TB, which was overtaken by Covid-19 during the worst of the pandemic as the world’s biggest infectious killer, claimed an estimated 1.5 million lives in 2020 and
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