Tag Archives: Research

Inheritance tax payments on course for RECORD HIGH, new research suggests

GETTY Houses worth over £325,000 are taxed 40 per cent when the owner dies If an estate’s value is over £325,000 then 40 per cent must be passed on to the taxman when the owner dies, though marriage doubles the threshold to £650,000. Research by Saga Investment Services shows the proportion of houses sold in England and Wales above £325,000 ...

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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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Heartburn Drugs Linked To Dementia, Research Finds Possible Connection Of Brain Disorders To PPI Drugs

Heartburn drugs, also known as proton pump inhibitors, may be linked to an increased risk for dementia, according to researchers in Germany. The study, published February 15 in the journal JAMA Neurology, did not solidly prove that taking PPI drugs caused brain disorders, but it showed a statistical association between heartburn drugs and dementia in elderly patients, said Britta Haenisch ...

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Booze It And Lose It: Red Wine Is A Powerful Fat Burner, Research Claims

New research suggest that consuming red wine or red grape juice could help you burn more fat. In fact, the study suggests utilizing red wine as a means to combat obesity. The America Herald notes that the research was carried out by biologists at Oregon State University. What they discovered was red wine and grape juice are powerful fat burners ...

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Healthy Kids Still Die Of The Flu, Research Finds

A new report examining the flu shot and the risk posed by a bout of flu in healthy children indicates that an alarming number of childhood flu deaths are in children with no clear health risk present. Deaths from flu in healthy children were examined in a new Pediatrics report, in which findings indicate a frightening 830 flu deaths in ...

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University Research Shows Hypnotherapy to Be an Effective Treatment

Not all health care providers consider alternative therapies when they treat common ailments. Yet despite many medical professionals who scoff at mind-body therapies as effective methods of treatment, researchers at the University of Florida have found evidence that hypnosis and cognitive behavioral therapy may benefit patients who suffer from certain diseases. Led by Oliver Grundmann of the university’s College of ...

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