Tori Spelling Has 'Perpetual' Mom Guilt Balancing 5 Kids With Her Career

Uh-oh! It isn’t easy for Tori Spelling to balance her five kids with her successful career. “I live in a state of mom guilt, a perpetual state,” the BH90210 star, 46, told Us Weekly exclusively at a luncheon to celebrate BB Lifestyle on Thursday, September 12. “It should be tattooed across my forehead. It’s really bad.” That being said, the […]

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More severe OSA leads to higher blood pressure in patients with resistant hypertension

In patients with high blood pressure resistant to treatment who also have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the more severe their OSA, the higher their blood pressure, according to new research published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society. In “Prevalence, Characteristics and Association of Obstructive Sleep Apnea with Blood Pressure Control in Patients with Resistant Hypertension,” Esther Sapiña-Beltrán […]

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Infecting mosquitoes with bacteria prevents them carrying dengue

Dengue fever ‘could be defeated’ by infecting mosquitoes with bacteria that makes it harder for them to spread the life-threatening virus Male and female mosquitoes exposed to bacteria Wolbachia in the laboratory Released into the wild, bred and produced Wolbachia-carrying offspring  Vietnam in particular has seen a ‘remarkable reduction’ in cases  Scientists have raised hopes dengue fever may one day be defeated […]

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Adolescents with high levels of physical activity perform better in school over two years

Adolescents with higher levels of physical activity performed better in school during transition from primary school to lower secondary school than their physically inactive peers, a new study from Finland shows. However, the researchers, from the University of Jyväskylä, found that increased physical activity did not necessarily result in improved academic performance. Previous cross-sectional studies have reported that physically more […]

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Why young females with obesity are at early risk for cardiovascular disease

In the face of obesity, the sex hormone progesterone that helps females get and stay pregnant appears to also put them at increased, early risk for cardiovascular disease, investigators report. Premenopausal women are considered protected from cardiovascular disease, but evidence indicates obesity can negate those benefits, and in fact put them at even higher risk than men, but just how […]

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Lea Michele's Secret to Never Having a Negative Relationship with Her Body

"I wasn't always so great at asking for what I need—I was worried people would think I was demanding." Lea Michele has just wrapped her Health cover shoot when she tells us this. It’s funny because demanding is the last word our team would use to describe Lea during the planning stages of her shoot. In fact, she was nothing […]

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Eyelash serum growth medium with the side-effect

Long, thick eyelashes are considered a beauty ideal. To the natural to help, there are many possibilities: in addition to Mascara and artificial extensions also eyelashes are serums, which are applied to the eyelid. Many of these resources contain the tissue hormone Prostaglandin, which can also have unwanted effects. Most of the manufacturers of eyelash serums use variants of the […]

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New guideline on Parkinson’s disease aimed at physicians and people with Parkinson’s

A comprehensive new Canadian guideline provides practical guidance for physicians, allied health professionals, patients and families on managing Parkinson disease, based on the latest evidence. The guideline is published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal), accompanied by an easy-to-reference infographic and podcast. Parkinson disease is a debilitating, progressive neurological condition that affects quality of life for patients and their caregivers. […]

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Death or reinfarction delayed by more than one year with coronary stenting

Death or reinfarction is delayed by more than one year with a primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) strategy that includes hospital transfer, compared to fibrinolysis, according to late breaking results from the DANAMI-2 trial presented in a Hot Line Session today at ESC Congress 2019 together with the World Congress of Cardiology and published in European Heart Journal. “In the […]

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Transplanting kidneys from patients with hepatitis C could be SAFE

Transplanting kidneys from patients with hepatitis C could be SAFE: Trial finds 53 people stayed free of infection after receiving the donated organs Currently, people with hep-C cannot donate kidneys unless recipient is infected  But American scientists say process is safe after trial of 53 patients in Memphis The participants all stayed free of hepatitis C infection after the procedure  […]

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