Women with persistent hot flushes are more at risk of breast cancer

Women who suffer persistent hot flushes during the menopause are more likely to develop breast cancer Study of 25,000 post-menopausal women who did not have HRT Fluctuating oestrogen levels are thought to be behind hot flushes High oestrogen exposure has been linked to a greater risk of breast cancer   e-mail View comments Women who suffer persistent hot flushes during the menopause […]

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Decoding Newborn’s DNA Could Pinpoint Hidden Risks

FRIDAY, Jan. 4, 2019 — A program that maps out the genes of newborns has allowed researchers to identify risks for some inherited childhood conditions, many of which can be prevented. The so-called BabySeq Project discovered that slightly more than 9 percent of infants carry genes that put them at risk for medical conditions as they reach childhood. “The BabySeq […]

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Better to take it off: Now, with the scientifically researched 12-hour rule diet

Slimming by 12 hours of non-decreasing rule With the new 12-hour rule diet, it should be easier to excess pounds. With this diet, it’s not so much about what is eaten, but when. Scientists led by Dr. Satchidananda Panda from the Salk Institute in California examined very critically, whether the time formula actually works. The results were amazement. Unhealthy OverweightIf […]

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Pediatric Mortality Rate From Opioid Poisoning Rose 1999 to 2016

THURSDAY, Jan. 3, 2019 — From 1999 to 2016, there was close to a threefold increase in the pediatric mortality rate from opioid poisonings in the United States, according to a study published online Dec. 28 in JAMA Network Open. Julie R. Gaither, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.N., from the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, and colleagues examined national […]

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Army cadet releases shocking images of her 5lb hernia

Army cadet releases shocking images of her 5lb hernia that would slap against her thighs until they bruised Tanya Evans’ mysterious growth appeared out of the blue one day in 2014 Delayed surgery to focus on starting a family with her fiancé Mark Jenkins Had bowel removed last April after it was pushing through her abdominal wall  A former Army […]

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Grace Losier resigns after nearly two years as chair of New Brunswick’s Horizon Health

The chair of New Brunswick’s Horizon Health has resigned after nearly two years as the head of the organization. Grace Losier, who ran as a Liberal candidate in the 1999 provincial election and is currently the mayor of Grand Bay-Westfield, was appointed to the post by the Liberal government in June 2016. Appointments last four years, which means Losier’s term […]

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Operation Red Nose helped more than 1,200 Saskatchewan drivers get home safely

Thanks to Operation Red Nose more than 1,200 Saskatchewan motorists were able to get a safe ride home over the holiday season. In a release, Operation Red Nose said 724 volunteers participated in this province helping to achieve that number. In Saskatoon, 228 volunteers got 356 people home safely and the Bridge City received $9,944 in donations for three charities […]

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