How Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry Want Fans to Honor Their Royal Baby

Using social media for good! Three days after their Instagram debut, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry asked fans to honor their royal baby’s impending arrival with donations to charities of their choice. “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are immensely grateful for the outpouring of love and support in anticipation of the birth of their first child,” the pair’s Friday, April […]

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Ageism linked to poorer health in older people in England

Ageism may be linked with poorer health in older people in England, according to an observational study of over 7,500 people aged over 50 published in The Lancet Public Health journal. Despite the known prevalence of age discrimination and existing evidence that other forms of discrimination, like racism, are linked to poorer health, this is the first study to examine […]

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Q&A: Functional dyspepsia can significantly affect quality of life

Dear Mayo Clinic: I thought I had an ulcer, but my doctor ruled that out and wants to run tests. He said it could be functional dyspepsia. What causes this, and is it treatable? A: Functional dyspepsia (also called nonulcer dyspepsia) and peptic ulcers can feel much the same. But, unlike a peptic ulcer, which involves open sores in the […]

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Spots on the finger nails indications of disease are often

Our finger nails show our health Our finger nails can be important indicators to give information about our health. Discoloration, stains, friable or brittle nails indicate possible diseases. We explain when it’s time to see a doctor for in-depth investigations. Stains, discoloration, and grooves Barbara Weigel by the Federation for cosmetic and pedicure establishments know how a healthy nail should […]

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‘They should be better warned’: Canadian doctor on breast implant risks

For years Nikki Carruthers has been dealing with pain, mysterious illnesses and dozens of unexplained symptoms. The 29-year-old believes her health problems stemmed from her silicone breast implants, which she had removed in 2018 after five years. Nikki Carruthers and her mom Karen read through her medical records. Nikki Carruthers Nikki Carruthers says she got implants because she was insecure […]

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Depression: gene test shows which children are at risk

Many children and young people Depression is detected, is often too late. Medical scientists have now succeeded for the first time on the basis of a genetic profile, the risk of serious disease predict. In Germany, more than half of the children and adolescents who suffer from Depression are not treated in a timely manner. An international team of researchers […]

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Spots on the nails can indicate diseases

Our finger nails show our health Our finger nails can be important indicators to give information about our health. Discoloration, stains, friable or brittle nails indicate possible diseases. We explain when it’s time to see a doctor for in-depth investigations. Stains, discoloration, and grooves Barbara Weigel by the Federation for cosmetic and pedicure establishments know how a healthy nail should […]

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Is getting a tattoo during pregnancy safe?

Tattoo during pregnancy: While the risk to the baby's growth may lessen in later months, the chances of infection still remain. So, precautions should be taken throughout pregnancy. It is advisable to get the tattoo after delivery. Can you get a tattoo during pregnancy? Does it affect the mother or baby’s health in any way? Express Parenting got in touch […]

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Study: miracle cure olive oil as a natural blood thinner recognized

Olive oil – The miracle cure from the Mediterranean cuisine Olive oil is regarded for years as an integral part of any kitchen. Due to the increasingly responsible Mediterranean diet the form of each olive oil is known. There is much debate about how healthy the Oil is really. For example, it is supposed to reduce cholesterol and thereby the […]

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