Health

Blame Diabetes For Low Breast Milk After Pregnancy – Insulin Levels Affect Lactation, But Blood Sugar Can Be Regulated By Breastfeeding, Suggests Research

Diabetes during pregnancy is responsible for lower breast milk production. However, breastfeeding is quite important for diabetic mothers as it can lower the need for artificial insulin intake, suggests a new research. A new research strongly indicates that diabetic women may experience significantly reduced quantity of breast milk post pregnancy. It seems diabetes also hinders the timely lactation of nursing ...

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Binge Drinking Rising Rapidly Among Women

Binge drinking, or not drinking every day but consuming a lot of alcohol in one setting, has long been popular among many weekend drinkers and younger people, including college students and high school-aged children. The reasons are varied, but the main reason is because many people who can’t drink every day due to familial or societal obligations enjoy imbibing on ...

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Air Pollution Causes Obesity? Breathing In Smog Can Cause Cardio-Respiratory And Metabolic Dysfunctions Raising Risk Of Abnormal Weight Gain

Air pollution may be causing obesity. A new study has indicated that breathing in smog causes abnormal weight gain. A new study by Duke’s University, USA indicates breathing in polluted air for just a few weeks can substantially increase the risk of obesity. Smog, which is common in cities, isn’t just responsible for causing cardio-respiratory and metabolic dysfunctions, but may ...

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Combined Medications Being Tested To Cure Mesothelioma To Kill Cancer Cells

Patients and researchers have both been frustrated over the many years of trying to find a cure for Mesothelioma. When patients get diagnosed with this frustrating form of cancer, they have to face their own mortality and think about the end of their lives coming soon. Although researchers don’t have the disease, they often get frustrated with the fact that ...

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Vaginal Seeding Rising In Popularity Though Experts Say It’s A Sham

Vaginal seeding is something you may not have heard of, and yet, health experts say that the practice is rising exponentially in popularity. So what is vaginal seeding? Essentially, it is the process of swabbing a mothers vagina after she has given birth and then wiping the swab inside the newborn’s mouth, as well as its eyes, face, and skin ...

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A More Youthful Vagina? CO2 Laser ‘Mona Lisa Touch’ Resurfaces The Vagina, Produces More Collagen, Gets Rid Of Dryness And Painful Sex

Women can, at times, face problems that they may not want to discuss about their vaginas, but new procedures are offering hope in a non-surgical fashion. Women who’ve had hysterectomies or have beat cancer — or those who might not have experienced those occurrences — have complained to their doctors about painful sex and vaginal dryness, and leaking urine during ...

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HIV Infection Risk Report: CDC Says 50 Percent Of Black Gay Men Will Get AIDS

Around 50 percent of gay and bisexual black men will get the virus that causes AIDS sometime in their lifetime, according to a recent federal report. Researchers with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) used diagnosis and death data from 2009 to 2013 to estimate the lifetime risk of an HIV infection based on sex, sexual orientation, and ...

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Testosterone Study: Researchers Find Little Results In Men Using Low Testosterone Boosters

A low testosterone treatment study found no significant improvement in the sex lives, strength, or mood of a group of male participants. The results of the government-sponsored research is the first one to provide proof as to whether some popular “low-t” booster supplements actually help with low sex drive, lack of energy, and other age-related problems. As reported by Fox ...

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ADHD: Behavioral Treatment Could Replace Dangerous Medications

In children with ADHD, behavioral treatment could be safer, and more effective, than prescribed medication. A recent study, which was published in the Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, compared children who were treated with ADHD medication with those who were treated with behavioral therapy. When used as an initial treatment, behavioral treatment appeared to be more effective in ...

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Gwyneth Paltrow To Launch ‘Goop Skincare’ March 1 — Talks ’10 Reasons You Feel Old And Get Fat’ New Book

Gwyneth Paltrow’s goop newsletter might be roundly made fun of sometimes by folks who marvel at the outlandish prices of some of the products that Gwyneth promotes, but goop still keeps rolling along all the same. The publication recently touted how foam rolling the fascia connective tissue can help make people taller, younger and slimmer, reported the Inquisitr. Now, goop ...

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