Can toy bricks help millennials de-stress?

It has long been acknowledged as a great way to keep kids occupied for an hour or two. Now Lego is encouraging stressed-out millennials to rediscover their inner child – and in the process find some much-needed inner peace, one brick at a time. In an online video advert, the Danish toy manufacturing giant shows a young woman trying and […]

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Scientists said, why run the risk of dying people with excess and lack of weight

Excessively high and excessively low levels of body mass index (BMI) are associated with increased risk of death from almost all major causes, with the exception of road accidents. A study published October 31 in the journal The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology and conducted by researchers from the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine (London School of Hygiene and […]

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Sexomnia the intima leads to the unconscious in dreams

According to researchers, sexsomnia affects about one percent of people on Earth. For this violation is typical of the unconscious erotic dream: a person can enter into a sexual relationship, but will sleep. Sexologists say that the true nature of the origin sexomnia not yet entirely clear. From the confessions of people suffering from sexomnia, it follows that they often […]

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Methylprednisolone vs. prednisone: What’s the difference?

Both medications reduce inflammation, and people use them to relieve the symptoms of many health conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA), lupus, and eczema. In this article, we look at the differences between methylprednisolone and prednisone. Methylprednisolone vs. prednisone Methylprednisolone and prednisone are both corticosteroids. Corticosteroids can reduce inflammation in the body and relieve related symptoms, such as body pain, […]

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HHS kills HCCIC cyber command center, aligns with Homeland Security

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services officially opened its Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3), putting an end to the much troubled Healthcare Cybersecurity Communications and Integration Center. Yes, they are different beyond just a new name. Whereas HCCIC was intended to be a standalone entity partnering with NH-ISAC, HC3 will work with more stakeholders, including the Department […]

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Most single women freeze their eggs to avoid ‘panic parenting’

Most single women freeze their eggs to avoid ‘panic parenting’ because they haven’t found Mr Right – NOT for medical reasons Researchers at De Montfort University interviewed 31 women about their choice Found that medical need – such as chemotherapy – was not a driving force for it  Also found information available to women considering process is inadequate Most single […]

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Lax state gun laws linked to more child, teen gun deaths, study finds

Compared with U.S. states with the strictest gun control legislation, gun deaths among children and teenagers are twice as common in states with the most lax gun laws, a study from the Stanford University School of Medicine has found. In addition, states with laws that restrict children’s access to guns have lower rates of firearm-related suicides among youth, even after […]

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$10M donation to AHS’ Northern Alberta Urology Centre to advance research, enhance patient care

The University Hospital Foundation announced Wednesday it has received a massive donation that will help advance research and improve patient care at Alberta Health Services’ Northern Alberta Urology Centre. Dianne and Irving Kipnes are donating $10-million to the centre, whose website says it “provides a state-of-the-art, single point of access to ambulatory urological services” like clinics, cystoscopy, lithotripsy, urodynamics and […]

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