Two women die needlessly of heart attack every day

Two women die ‘needlessly’ of a heart attack every day because doctors think it’s a ‘man’s disease’ and they get worse treatment, experts warn British Heart Foundation say 8,243 women in England and Wales died in 10 years Equivalent of 69 preventable deaths a month or two every single day Women are treated slower, not given scans or are discharged […]

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Physicians more likely to prescribe opioids later in the day

It’s only human that decision-making changes when people are rushed. Researchers at the University of Minnesota and Harvard University conducted the first study in the United States to examine this phenomenon—using a national source of electronic health records—in primary care physicians when they decide whether to prescribe opioid painkillers. The findings were recently published in JAMA Network Open. Researchers looked […]

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90 Day Fiance's Deavan and Jihoon Debut Baby Boy Taeyang

Officially a family of four! Deavan Clegg and Jihoon Lee officially welcomed their first child together, a son named Taeyang Scuti Lee Clegg on April 11. The birth played out during the Monday, August 12, episode of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. Deavan, 22, already has a 3-year-old daughter, Drascilla, from a previous relationship, but couldn’t be more excited […]

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Happy Father's Day! Celebs Share Best Advice From Their Fathers

Words of wisdom! While raising kids of their own, celebrities like O’Shea Jackson and Ike Barinholtz have looked to their own dads for help. But not all famous fathers just enjoy receiving advice — some of them like to share it. In February 2019, for example, Prince William opened up to a group of future dads about parenting. “It’s very daunting how […]

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Two espresso a day cured boy, 11, who could barely walk

Two espressos a day cured boy, 11, who could barely walk due to Parkinson’s-like shakes An 11-year-old boy was diagnosed with ADCY5-related dyskinesis, a disorder that causes sufferers to make abnormal involuntary movements Researchers in Paris, France, decided to prescribe him caffeine to activate the receptors of an enzyme that play a role in muscle contraction One cup of espresso […]

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I Had a Perfectly Normal EKG at My Check-Up—and the Next Day I Had a Heart Attack

  On the day of my annual physical, I wasn’t worried about my heart: At 63, I was a non-smoker with a BMI of 20 who got (mostly) regular exercise and took no daily medication. A blood test the week prior had shown my total cholesterol was 187, with a good HDL/LDL ratio and low triglycerides. The report included this reassuring notation: “lower relative cardiovascular risk […]

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How early-life challenges affect how children focus, face the day

Adversity early in life tends to affect a child’s executive function skills—their ability to focus, for example, or organize tasks. Experiences such as poverty, residential instability, or parental divorce or substance abuse, also can lead to changes in a child’s brain chemistry, muting the effects of stress hormones. These hormones rise to help us face challenges, stress or to simply […]

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Amber Rose Says She Wants To 'Barf All Day' Due To Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Model Amber Rose is pregnant with her second child, and is not having an easy pregnancy. According to a new Instagram video, Amber is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum Hyperemesis gravidarum is extreme nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, and is different from typical morning sickness. Model Amber Rose is expecting Baby number two—but according to her newest Instagram post, pregnancy hasn’t […]

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90 Day Fiance's Russ Doesn’t Want Paola's Friend Juan to Meet Their Son

Still a sore spot! Russ Mayfield doesn’t want his wife Paola Mayfield’s best friend, Juan, to meet their son, Axel. “I was not for Juan watching him,” the 90 Day Fiancé star, 31, told Us Weekly exclusively at a Tuesday, May 22, event promoting spinoffs Happily Ever After? and The Other Way. His wife, 32, though, does not agree, telling Us, “I […]

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