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Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Man goes blind in one eye following vigorous sex – Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleMan goes blind in one eye following vigorous sexDeccan ChronicleExperts say man came to eye clinic reporting an obstruction in vision of left eye, which he noticed that particular morning. Doctors guessed that the man performed a Valsalva maneuveur and the pressure created resulted in the popping of blood vessel in ...Man goes blind in one eye after enjoying massive orgasmMirror.co...

Cinnamon: Can It Really Help You Lose Weight? – Forbes

ForbesCinnamon: Can It Really Help You Lose Weight?ForbesPictured here are cinnamon sticks at the Badia Spices Inc. factory in Doral, Florida, U.S. Photographer: Mark Elias/Bloomberg. Don't hold out hope for the Cinnabon Diet just yet. But a study published in the journal Metabolism: Clinical and ...How cinnamon can help you to burn holiday fatMedical News TodayCinnamon helps burn fat cells, study...

Cycling to work or commuting on public transport could be making you DEAF – Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCycling to work or commuting on public transport could be making you DEAFMirror.co.ukA study found that regular exposure to the rattle of tube trains and roar of traffic can induce hearing loss over time. The Canadian researchers called for more to be done to control commuter noise. Members of the team measured noise levels on subways, ...When traveling on public transport, you may wan...

Cinnamon may be the secret to weight loss this holiday season – WPXI Pittsburgh

WPXI PittsburghCinnamon may be the secret to weight loss this holiday seasonWPXI PittsburghIf you're looking to shed a few pounds, you may want to go heavier on the cinnamon this holiday season. >> Read more trending news. New research from scientists at the University of Michigan (or U of M) revealed that cinnamaldehyde, an essential oil ...How cinnamon can help you to burn holiday fatMed...

Human form of ‘mad cow’ disease detectable in skin: Study – Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaHuman form of 'mad cow' disease detectable in skin: StudyChannel NewsAsiaMIAMI: Abnormal proteins involved in the brain-destroying Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), a human form of "mad cow" disease, are detectable in the skin, researchers said Wednesday (Nov 22), raising new concerns about transmission. It is highly ...NIH scientists and collaborators find infectious prion protein ...

Online GP consultation ‘of limited use’, study finds – BBC News

BBC NewsOnline GP consultation 'of limited use', study findsBBC NewsOnline consultations may not be the key to reducing doctors' workload and cutting patient waiting time, a health service study has found. NHS England is offering a £45m fund to support GP practices to adopt online consultation systems. But researchers ...E-consultations with GPs end up with four in ten going to see the doctor...

Extra cinnamon may be the secret to weight loss this holiday season – WPXI Pittsburgh

WPXI PittsburghExtra cinnamon may be the secret to weight loss this holiday seasonWPXI PittsburghIf you're looking to shed a few pounds, you may want to go heavier on the cinnamon this holiday season. >> Read more trending news. New research from scientists at the University of Michigan (or U of M) revealed that cinnamaldehyde, an essential oil ...How cinnamon can help you to burn holiday ...

REVEALED: How commuting on public transport ‘could be making you DEAF’ – Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukREVEALED: How commuting on public transport 'could be making you DEAF'Express.co.ukA study found that regular exposure to the rattle of tube trains and roar of traffic can induce hearing loss over time. The Canadian researchers called for more to be done to control commuter noise. Members of the team measured noise levels on subways, ...When traveling on public transport, you may want...

Three coffees a day linked to a range of health benefits – The Guardian

The GuardianThree coffees a day linked to a range of health benefitsThe GuardianThe findings supported other studies showing the health benefits of drinking coffee. Photograph: Wu Hong/EPA. Coffee. Three coffees a day linked to a range of health benefits. Research based on 200 previous studies worldwide says frequent drinkers less ...Three cups of coffee a day 'may have health benefits'BBC NewsThr...

Three cups of coffee a day ‘may have health benefits’ – BBC News

BBC NewsThree cups of coffee a day 'may have health benefits'BBC NewsModerate coffee drinking is safe, and three to four cups a day may have some health benefits, according to a large review of previous studies, in the BMJ. It found a lower risk of liver disease and some cancers, and a lower risk of dying from stroke ...Three or four cups of coffee a day does you more good than harm – our new st...

Tuesday 21st November 2017

Vitamin D could help curb rheumatoid arthritis – Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleVitamin D could help curb rheumatoid arthritisDeccan ChronicleThe research, led by the University of Birnmingham found that while vitamin D can be effective at preventing inflammation. Researchers now say that the findings have important implications for the use of vitamin D as an inflammation treatment. A new ...Vitamin D reduces arthritis riskNew Telegraph NewspaperMaintaining su...

Drug firm accused of ripping of NHS after hiking pill price whopping 6000% – The Sun

The SunDrug firm accused of ripping of NHS after hiking pill price whopping 6000%The SunA DRUG firm has been accused of ripping off the NHS after it hiked the price of a key treatment by 6,000 per cent. The UK's competition watchdog said Concordia “abused” its position to overcharge by £100million for a thyroid pill. The expensive drug in ...Canadian company may have overcharged NHS by mi...

Air pollution could harm quality of sperm, study finds – Evening Standard

Evening StandardAir pollution could harm quality of sperm, study findsEvening StandardLiving in areas with high levels of air pollution could lead to poorer sperm quality, a new study suggests. Researchers examined 6,500 men in Taiwan and found a strong link between high levels of pollution and abnormal sperm shape. The international ...Air pollution may cause infertility for 'significant number o...

What The Industry Knew About Sugar’s Health Effects, But Didn’t Tell Us – NPR

NPRWhat The Industry Knew About Sugar's Health Effects, But Didn't Tell UsNPRBack in the 1960s, the fact that our diets influence the risk of heart disease was still a new idea. And there was a debate about the role of fats and the role of sugar. The sugar industry got involved in efforts to influence this debate. "What the ...Sugar Industry Long Downplayed Potential HarmsNew York TimesSugar indus...

Breast cancer risk up to 35% higher in smokers – The Times

The TimesBreast cancer risk up to 35% higher in smokersThe TimesSmokers are up to 35 per cent more likely to develop breast cancer, according to a study that confirms a link between smoking and the disease. The risk is higher for women who started smoking as teenagers, researchers said, and remains for at least 20 ...Researchers discover specific tumor environment that triggers cells to metastasiz...

Fewer GPs despite pledge to hire 5000 – The Times

Channel 4 NewsFewer GPs despite pledge to hire 5000The TimesGP numbers have fallen again, throwing a key NHS pledge of thousands more doctors into question. The NHS has 541 fewer family doctors than a year ago. Doctors said they were “gravely concerned” by the figures at a time when patients were waiting ever ...NHS doctors fell 'dirty' working with private industry, health chief saysTelegraph...

Doctors ‘overprescribe drugs due to fears of facing complaints’ – The Guardian

The GuardianDoctors 'overprescribe drugs due to fears of facing complaints'The GuardianThe research said while scrutiny is there to protect patient care, it is 'clearly having unintended consequences'. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA. Doctors. Doctors 'overprescribe drugs due to fears of facing complaints'. Survey suggests four-fifths of ...and more

Hospitals ‘must do more to prevent patients falling’ – Birmingham Mail

Birmingham MailHospitals 'must do more to prevent patients falling'Birmingham MailEnter your postcode to see news and information near you Community updates, Crime Statistics, Local News & Events and much more... We are part of the Trust Project. Video Loading. Video Unavailable. Click to playTap to play. The video will start in 8 ...At least 675 patients fall over every day on health service ...

How Alcohol Impacts Your Mood: Study Shows Major Link Between Spirits And Aggression – HuffPost UK

HuffPost UKHow Alcohol Impacts Your Mood: Study Shows Major Link Between Spirits And AggressionHuffPost UKAnyone who's cried on a night out will know all too well how alcohol wreaks havoc on emotions. Now, a study of 30,000 people has found major links between types of alcohol and the emotions they create. For example, spirits were associated with feelings ...Gin really does make you more tearful ...

Monday 20th November 2017

The Last Of The Iron Lungs – Gizmodo Australia

Gizmodo AustraliaThe Last Of The Iron LungsGizmodo AustraliaPaul Alexander spends almost every moment of the day inside his iron lung. Photo: Jennings Brown for Gizmodo. Martha Lillard spends half of every day with her body encapsulated in a half-century old machine that forces her to breathe. Only her head ...America's last iron lungs: Incredible video shows Polio survivors whose life saving-equi...

Calls to fast-track cancer biomarker tests – The Australian

Calls to fast-track cancer biomarker testsThe AustralianFast-tracking biomarker tests for the most common and deadliest types of cancer must be a priority for governments and researchers to ensure patients have access to life-saving medications, says the former chief of the Cancer Council. A cancer ...Aussie experts identify 6 cancer types most in need of biomarker researchXinhuaall 3 news article...

Pregnant women appear to increase risk of stillbirth by sleeping on their backs, study finds – South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostPregnant women appear to increase risk of stillbirth by sleeping on their backs, study findsSouth China Morning PostPregnant women might increase their risk of a stillbirth if they sleep on their backs during their third trimester, a new study has found. The research, published on Monday in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, is the largest of its kind ...Mums...

Pregnancy discrimination guidance updated as more women seek advice – Sky News

Sky NewsPregnancy discrimination guidance updated as more women seek adviceSky NewsEmployers who do not follow the new guidance and treat women fairly could find themselves facing an employment tribunal. 01:48, UK, Tuesday 21 November 2017. Pregnant woman. Image: Some 14,000 women called Acas for advice last year. By Laura ...New guidance to tackle pregnancy and maternity discrimination at workNew...

New scanner ‘like 100 MRIs in one’ developed in Aberdeen – BBC News

The TimesNew scanner 'like 100 MRIs in one' developed in AberdeenBBC NewsA new kind of scanner which which has been likened to "100 MRIs in one" has been developed by a team at the University of Aberdeen. Patients in Scotland have become the first in the world to be scanned with the Fast Field Cycling magnetic resonance ...Scanner said to be like 100 MRIs in oneThe Timesall 3 news articles

New contract could help GPs and patients stay afloat in the deep end – HeraldScotland

HeraldScotlandNew contract could help GPs and patients stay afloat in the deep endHeraldScotlandEmbargoed to 0100 Thursday November 16.File photo dated 10/09/13 of a stethoscope on top of patient's files, as a fifth of GPs in England are from overseas, new research suggests. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday November 16, 2017.and more


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