Aspirin use linked with increased risk of heart failure: Study

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Aspirin use was associated with an increased risk of heart failure: a study & nbsp | & nbsp Image source: & nbspiStock Images Brussels: According to new research, taking aspirin is associated with a 26% increased risk of heart failure. Other factors associated with it are smoking, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The results of this research have been published in the ESC Heart Failure Journal. Said study author Dr. Blerim Mujage from the University

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The 5:2 Diet Has One Key Advantage Over Traditional Diets, New Study Claims

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In the past decade, the popularity of the “5:2 diet” has spread, altering the eating patterns of thousands of people seeking weight loss. The 5:2 diet is an example of what’s called intermittent fasting or time-limited eating. In its simplest form, the 5:2 diet means you can eat whatever you want five days a week (trying to continue to eat sensibly on those days), while on the other two days of the week you restrict your calorie intake drastically, often

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Influenza Vaccine Uptake and Missed Opportunities Among the Medicare-Covered Population With High-Risk Conditions During the 2018 to 2019 Influenza Season: A Retrospective Cohort Study: Annals of Internal Medicine: Vol 0, No 0

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Affiliations: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia (BC, CW, YT, RK). Disclaimer: The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. recognition: The authors thank Lisa Grohskoff of the Department of Influenza, Jamison Pike and Fangjun Zhu of the Department of Immunization Services for valuable comments and input. The authors also thank

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Study finds better short-term outcomes, but increased need for a pacemaker — ScienceDaily

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Patients with mitral and tricuspid valve regurgitation, a condition sometimes called “leaky heart valves,” appear to improve after two years if they undergo tricuspid valve repair at the time of mitral valve surgery, according to a study supported by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI). , part of the National Institutes of Health. Preliminary results were published in Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association and published in New England Journal of Medicine. The researchers found that patients

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Mind over matter? ‘Long COVID’ study sparks controversy

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Paris – A large-scale French study suggesting that the symptoms of the so-called prolonged COVID may be due to psychological factors more than infection with the virus, has sparked controversy among patients and scientists. The report, which appeared earlier this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association, focused on nearly 27,000 participants across France who had undergone antibody tests to detect COVID-19 infection. After people received antibody test results, researchers asked them if they thought they had contracted

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Research into gut microbiome-autism link reveals new perspective in collaborative Austism CRC study

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Brisbane, AustraliaAnd November 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ – Results published in prison cell, led by Mater Research and The University of Queenslandshowed that dietary restriction leads to microbiome diversity changes in autistic individuals. Life Sciences Microbe | Supporting Medical Innovation | www.microba.com (PRNewsfoto / Microba Life Sciences) In the largest study in the field to date, researchers analyzed stool samples using Microba’s metagenomic analysis, along with other clinical and biological measures, to determine associations between the gut microbiome and an autism

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Chemotherapy allows breast cancer cells to get into lungs, finds study | Health

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A new study has added to the evidence that chemotherapy promotes the spread of cancer beyond the primary tumor, showing how a single chemotherapy drug allows breast cancer cells to press through and attach to the lining of blood vessels in the lungs. The results of the study were published in the “International Journal of Molecular Sciences.” Research in mice leaves no doubt that the chemotherapy caused changes in non-cancerous cells that enable this process. The scientists pre-treated healthy mice

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Zinc can prevent common cold, flu-like illnesses: Study

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Sydney, November 3 (Eance): A study showed that zinc can prevent symptoms and shorten the duration of community-acquired acute respiratory infections, such as the common cold and flu-like illnesses. Rhinovirus is one of the most common causes of upper respiratory infections. Other common respiratory viruses include adenovirus, influenza virus, and influenza virus. The study, published in BMJ Open, included 28 randomized controlled trials, with 5,446 adult participants of all age groups. Zinc (28 percent) reduced the risk of developing symptoms

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Study shows aberrant changes over time in the brains of people with bipolar disorder

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Bipolar disorder (BD) is a debilitating mental disorder characterized by volatile periods of depression and mania. Researchers have long suspected that Behçet’s disease may be accompanied by abnormal structural and functional changes in the brain. Small CT brain imaging studies of people with Behçet’s disease have shown hints about these changes, but the ability to interpret data collected at a single time point is limited. Now, a multicenter, longitudinal study shows abnormal changes over time in the brains of people

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India News | Monoclonal Antibodies Prevent Severe Disease and Deaths in High-risk Patients of COVID-19 Delta Variant by 100%, Finds Study

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Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Nov. 3 (ANI): Treatment with monoclonal antibodies has been shown to be effective in reducing disease severity and chances of death in high-risk individuals with the delta variant of COVID-19 by 100%, according to a study by AIG Hospitals. According to an official statement from AIG Hospitals, there were three main scientific institutions involved in conducting this study. The study was conceived, designed and funded by AIG Hospitals and its research arm, Asian Healthcare Foundation. Patients were

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