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Persistent Inflammation After Sepsis Linked to Higher Mortality

About two-thirds of patients who survive hospitalization for sepsis have persistent elevation of inflammation and immunosuppression biomarkers, which is linked to increased mortality, according to a study published online Aug. 7 in JAMA Network Open. Sachin Yende, M.D., from the Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System, and colleagues enrolled...

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Personal Trainers' Top Tips

pk10开奖历史Ever wonder what top trainers tell their best clients? Personal trainers excel in mapping out individualized exercise programs. And they also offer insights that can help fitness buffs stay motivated. Here are some of their best tips: Remember the cliche "Rome wasn't built in a day" and take a long-term view of your goals. Just as you can't lose...

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Health Tip: Donate Blood Safely

-- Donating blood generally is safe, says Mayo Clinic。 New, sterile equipment should be used for each donor。 To have a safer blood-donation experience, Mayo suggests: Get plenty of sleep before donating and eat a healthy, low-fat meal。 Drink an extra 16 ounces of water before the donation。 For platelet donors, do not take aspirin for two days。。。

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At-Home Support Helps Stroke Patients Adjust After Hospitalization

Stroke patients discharged with a case manager and access to an educational website reported significantly greater improvements in physical health after three months compared with those who had traditional care, according to a study published in the July issue of Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. Mathew J. Reeves, Ph.D., from Michigan...

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How Much Coffee Is Too Much for Migraine Sufferers?

If you have migraines, one or two cups of coffee a day may be okay, but three or more could raise your risk of an attack, a new study concludes. "Interestingly, despite some patients with episodic migraine thinking they need to avoid caffeine, we found that drinking one to two servings/day was not associated with higher risk of headache," said study...

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Health Tip: When to Consult a Dietician

pk10开奖历史-- A registered dietician can partner with you to develop a safe and realistic eating plan, says the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Whether you want to lose or gain weight, or to simply maintain your health, there are many reasons to seek the help of an RDN. They include: You need help managing a chronic disease, such as diabetes. You have...

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Heart-Healthy Habits Good For Your Brain

Want to reduce your risk of dementia? Take care of your heart. That's the takeaway from a new study that suggests good heart health in middle age could lower your odds for problems with thinking and memory later in life. The study included nearly 7,900 British adults who did not have heart disease or dementia at age 50. Over an average 25-year followup,...

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When to Replace Athletic Shoes

If you've made a financial commitment to athletic shoes, no doubt you want your money's worth. But it's important to replace them when you see specific signs of wear. Doing so will help prevent injury and allow you to work out at peak performance. According to the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine, there are four main shoe components that...

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FDA Reports More Seizures Among Vapers

There have been 118 more reports of e-cigarette users suffering seizures since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration first warned the public about the danger in April. That brings the total number of reported cases to 127 between 2010 and 2019, the agency said Wednesday. However, the additional cases don't necessarily indicate a rise in the rate or...

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Can Major Surgeries Cause a Long-Term 'Brain Drain'?

pk10开奖历史Before any surgery, you typically hear warnings about risks like bleeding and infection, but new research suggests that problems with thinking or memory can often follow a major procedure. The study found that people who had surgery had an increased risk of a small, long-term decline in cognitive function years later. Cognitive function is your ability...

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Your Medicine Is Polluting Our Environment

Doctors prescribe medicines to treat a disease, correct a deficiency, or prevent a condition from happening. For example, beta blockers help lower blood pressure, iron tablets correct iron deficiency, and birth control pills prevent pregnancy. We take our prescribed medication as directed (or sometimes we don’t!) and expect it to do what it is meant […]

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Green Gold

The signing of the 2018 Farm Bill by Trump in December last year paved the way for a more widespread (yet still restricted) cultivation of hemp and a more regulated cannabidiol (CBD) market. And that market is currently booming, with a forecasted revenue of over 22 million by 2022. But there is still a lot […]

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Worshipping The Wine (or Beer) God or Godess

For many Americans, alcohol is a big part of their life. No matter the occasion, from weddings to birthday parties, family gatherings to date nights, most assume alcohol will be available. In fact, more than 50% of people say they would enjoy a major event less if alcohol was prohibited. But at what point does […]

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