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Predicted Risk In Inland Regions Due To Climate Change

Predicted Risk In Inland Regions Due To Climate Change

This study predicts risk to increase inland regions due to climate change data, urbanization, and resources and expertise available to control the virus.Dengue is a mosquito borne viral infection that has spread throughout the tropical world over the past 60 years and now affects over half the world’s population. But half of the global population…

General medicine

Climate Change Adversely Affects Human Health

The study find that the Climate change may progressively affect human health for the worse, requiring prompt and resolute action to stabilize it, reports a consortium of 27 leading scientific academies in Europe. Therefore  In its new report, the European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC) stresses that climate change is global; and is primarily due…

Preconception Health

New Governments’ Progress Report Improves Preconception Health

Preconception Health; researchers, including a group from the University of Southampton; say action for healthier pregnancies and babies means increasing intake of vitamins; being free of smoking and alcohol and keeping to a healthy diet and weight before conception. A team of clinicians and researchers have developed a new way to scrutinize the state of…

Adolescent Suicides

Adolescent Suicides Among US Youths Rose Significantly

Adolescent suicides; Another study about “13 Reasons Why,” which follows the story of a high school girl who takes her own life, has found that suicides among US youths rose significantly in the months following the popular Netflix show’s release. The latest paper, which was publish in JAMA Psychiatry on Wednesday, estimate a 13% spike…

Dating App

Dating App Users May Be More Likely To Control Their Weight

Dating App; Use of dating apps may be associated with an increased risk of unhealthy weight control behaviors, including vomiting, laxative use, or diet pill use, a study in the open access Journal of Eating Disorders suggests. A team of researchers at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health examine data on 1,726 US adults…

Liquorice Tea

Liquorice Tea May Cause A Rise In Blood Pressure

Liquorice tea is a popular herbal tea consume in large parts of the Western world. While the concentrations of licorice are low in tea; but there have been studies showing that consuming large quantities of licorice may cause a rise in blood pressure. Now, a case report of a man admitted with hypertensive emergency after…

Gastroenterology

Effort to Lower People’s Blood Pressure

The study find that the effort to lower people’s blood pressure, cut their sodium intake, and eliminate trans fat from their diet could dramatically reduce the incidence of premature death from cardiovascular disease (CVD) over a quarter century; according to a new study led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Incidence of premature…

Brain Homeostasis And Damage Repair

Brain Homeostasis And Damage Repair

Brain homeostasis and damage repair depend on the generation of new neurons and glia by neural stem cells.But most NSCs are found in adults to be quiescent but can enter proliferation if prompted by extrinsic and intrinsic stimuli; but brains are notoriously bad at regenerating cells that have been lost through injury or disease. In…