Jet fuel was in the vet’s lung but he can’t get full benefits

This is a Kaiser Health News story. The lungs Bill Thompson was born with told a gruesome, harrowing and unmistakable tale to Dr. Anthony Szema when he analyzed them and found the black spots, scarring, partially combusted jet fuel and metal inside. The retired Army staff sergeant had suffered catastrophic lung damage from breathing incinerated waste burned in massive open-air […]

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Living a stress-free life may have benefits, but also a downside

Stress is a universal human experience that almost everyone deals with from time to time. But a new study found that not only do some people report feeling no stress at all, but that there may be downsides to not experiencing stress. The researchers found that people who reported experiencing no stressors were more likely to experience better daily well-being […]

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Fitness Journalist Reveals The Health Benefits of Giving Up Sugary Drinks

Most health experts recommend limiting your sugar intake by giving up on sugary beverages. However, most people have difficulty in giving up their beloved soda drinks due to its delicious, addicting taste. If you’re one of these challenged people, this fitness journalist revealed how giving up soda had changed his life for the better – and why you should do […]

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Nutritional scientist studies blackcurrant health benefits and obesity-related disease prevention

Yoojin Lee studied food science and engineering in South Korea. A growing interest in how nutrients affect the body led her to the Department of Nutritional Sciences in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources where her research focused on the relationship between obesity-associated diseases and foods that might have protective effects and other positive health benefits. Obesity, a […]

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The price of a drug should be based on its therapeutic benefits – not just what the market will bear

The U.S. pharmaceutical industry has innovated in response to the pandemic, providing not only vaccines but also therapies to treat people with COVID-19. But an outdated law designed to spur development of lifesaving drugs risks making new treatments—for COVID-19 as well as other diseases—unaffordable for many Americans. Many pharmaceutical companies rely on the Orphan Drug Act, which President Ronald Reagan […]

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Benefits of inhaled nitric oxide therapy for pregnant patients with COVID-19

Inhaled nitric oxide (NO) can be a valuable adjunct respiratory therapy for pregnant women with severe and critical COVID-19, a team of researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has found. The delivery of the therapeutic gas to six COVID-19 pregnant patients admitted to MGH, as described in a paper in Obstetrics & Gynecology, resulted in a rapid and sustained improvement […]

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With All The Health Benefits It Provides, You Better Believe That Garlic Is a Special Gift For Mankind

It is impossible to overstate the importance of garlic in the culinary arts. Say what you will, but there is not one single ingredient that can match the aroma that garlic adds to dishes. On top of that, nutritionists now claim that the precious root has many hidden benefits. Wait till you find out what they are. Having garlic breath […]

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Best supplements for tiredness: The plant supplement proven to boost energy

For many people, the end of a busy year leaves most feeling sleepy, sluggish and lethargic no matter how much sleep they get. Diet and exercise can go a long way towards getting better rest at night and being more alert during the day. Balancing healthy eating choices with routine exercise can dramatically affect the way a person performs throughout […]

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Low income cancer patients and those without insurance see fewer trial benefits

When it comes to benefiting from experimental treatments offered in cancer clinical trials, your health insurance status and where you live matters, according to results of two new research studies to be presented at the 2019 ASCO Quality Care Symposium, held September 6 and 7 in San Diego. Cancer patients who enroll in a clinical trial and have no health […]

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