Health

Count The Number Of Moles On Your Arm To Predict Chances Of Skin Cancer, More Than Eleven Increases Risk

Live Science reports on a study of the deadly form of skin cancer, melanoma, which can help determine increased risk by a simple metric that anyone can use for the purposes of helping a doctor in their individual patient care. Women who have at least seven moles on their arm would likely to have at least fifty moles on their ...

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Delayed Kindergarten Enrollment Dramatically Reduces ADHD In Children, Study Shows

Delaying kindergarten enrollment for one year shows significant mental health benefits for children, according to a recent study. Researchers found that a one-year delay in enrolling a child in kindergarten dramatically reduces inattention and hyperactivity at age seven. Researchers found that children who were held back from kindergarten for as little as one year showed a 73 percent reduction in ...

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Marijuana Use Is At Its Highest Rate Ever And Causing Many Problems For Adults Of All Ages

As states began to legalize marijuana, it was often asserted that the legalization of the drug would help decrease crime rates and act as a remedy for many different diseases and mental health disorders. While, in places like Colorado, crime has decreased, the figures differ nationwide. A recent study shows that marijuana use has greatly increased in Americans over the ...

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Mediterranean Diet Brain Shrinkage Report: Follow This Food Plan To Reduce Risk Of Dementia?

A Mediterranean diet might thwart brain shrinkage. The popular and healthy way of eating could decrease the risk of both cognitive impairment and dementia, according to a new neurological study. Individuals eating a Mediterranean diet often experience less brain shrinkage, or brain atrophy, than those who dine on others types of menus, according to a report in the journal Neurology. ...

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Medicare Costs To Jump In 2016: 15 Million Americans Forced To Pay Higher Premiums?

Medicare costs are expected to jump significantly in 2016. Though about 15 million Americans could be affected, there could be a small window of opportunity for a few beneficiaries if they act now. Millions of Americans, the majority of them old and infirm, will now have to brace themselves for higher premiums of Medicare. However, those who have been getting ...

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Botox Is Not Only For Wrinkles, Found To Be A Treatment For The Heart

Botox injections are known as a cosmetic procedure for flawless, wrinkle-free skin. A new study has found that Botox is just as beneficial, if not more, for the heart. Injecting Botox into the heart can help it beat more steadily, specifically after intense surgical procedures like heart bypass surgery. Researchers at the University of Rochester conducted a study on the ...

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Scot Joy Milne Can Smell Parkinson’s — Woman’s Nose Leading To Life-Changing Test

Doctors diagnose Parkinson’s Disease today much the same way they did 200 years ago, by looking at a person’s symptoms. But thanks to a Scottish woman named Joy Milne, who has a super-human sense of smell, one day they may be able to diagnose the disease with a simple skin swab. Joy Milne, a former nurse, lost her husband, Les, ...

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Imprimis Offers A $1 Pill That Works Just As Good $750 Daraprim — Company To Offer Generic Versions Of Other Medicines Too

Imprimis Pharmaceuticals Inc. has introduced a pill that costs just $ 1 but claims to work as a replacement to Daraprim, a pill that shot to $ 750 in recent times. Specialty drug maker Imprimis Pharmaceuticals Inc. confirmed it will offer its generic variant of Daraprim, an anti-infective drug, at a dollar a pill. In comparison, Daraprim’s price was hiked ...

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Mystery Meat In Hot Dogs Could Be Human Flesh, Report Reveals All

Hot Dogs have long been considered unhealthy and disgusting because of the “mystery meat” they contain. Though most hot dogs are merely a combination of chicken, pork, and beef; sometimes people we have to be sure. One analytics company set out to solve the mystery of hot dogs once an for all. What the found may make you vomit. In ...

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Frequent Sex Boosts Womens’ Fertility In A Way You Haven’t Considered

Women who have sex very frequently are more likely to become pregnant, a recent study shows. Many are probably thinking to themselves that a study isn’t needed for that, it’s obvious — the more sex a woman has, the more likely she is to conceive since she would also be having sex during ovulation. However, this study wasn’t focusing on ...

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