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Scientists have identified an unexpected danger of salt

A group of scientists from Germany, the United States and Belgium learned that the abuse of table salt can damage the intestinal microflora of mammals, and subsequently lead to various diseases. The article about the research is published on the website of the journal Nature. Researchers...

Scientists named one more terrible consequence of smoking

Israeli scientists came to the conclusion that people who at the age of adolescence smoked are more likely to become addicted to alcohol in adulthood. A study of scientists at the University of Tel Aviv showed that the culprit of this connection is not the...

Bill Gates will donate $ 100 million to research Alzheimer’s disease

In the near future, the entrepreneur will send $ 50 million to the Dementia Discovery Fund, which funds studies of brain pathologies. The other half of the sum the billionaire intends to transfer to start-ups, engaged in the search for methods of treatment of...

Scientists developed a cure for autism

The first tests on animals have already shown: instant improvements appear from the first reception. Neurobiologists from the Scripps Research Institute have developed a unique drug for the treatment of severe forms of brain damage, reports EurekAlert! The first tests of the drug NitroSynapsin on rodents...

Trump nominate former pharmaceutical executive Alex Azar as health secretary

US President Donald Trump to nominate Alex Azar as health secretary, Reuters reports on Monday. Donald Trump said that he will nominate former pharmaceutical executive Alex Azar as secretary of the U.S. Health and Human Services Department, reports CNBC. Azar, 50, had until last January served...

Trump to nominate Alex Azar as health secretary

US President Donald Trump to nominate Alex Azar as health secretary, Reuters reports on Monday. https://twitter.com/Reuters/status/930088825640153089 President Donald Trump said Monday that he will nominate former pharmaceutical executive Alex Azar as secretary of the U.S. Health and Human Services Department, reports CNBC Azar, 50, had until last...

How financial problems affect your health

Strongest stress can cause financial problems for people, and even before the heart attack near. According to scientists from the European Society of Cardiology, the risk of this disease increases in this case by 13 times. At the annual congress of the South African Heart...

The most powerful natural antibiotic of 2 ingredients!

This natural antibiotic has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect, kills bacteria and any infections. The advantage is that unlike synthetic antibiotics, this does not cause any side effects to the intestines and digestive system, which means that it is absolutely safe. Turmeric contains active compounds with...

Depression can be the cause of anorexia and obesity

A low level of "good mood" substance - allopregnanolone - is associated with excess weight and anorexia nervosa in women. This conclusion was drawn by scientists from the University of Illinois in Chicago. The results of their research are published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology. The development...

Alcohol kills existing nerve cells, prevents the formation of new ones: study

Alcohol kills not only existing nerve cells, but also prevents the formation of new ones. This is reported in a study published in the journal Stem Cell Reports. Specialists of the University of Texas used the advanced method, within which it was possible to mark...

Unexpected danger of alcohol

Alcohol kills not only existing nerve cells, but also prevents the formation of new ones. This is reported in a study published in the journal Stem Cell Reports. Specialists of the University of Texas used the advanced method, within which it was possible to mark...

Should I drink seltzer water?

Should I drink seltzer water
Seltzer—also known as bubbly water, carbonated water, soda water and sparkling water—comes with as almost as many health myths as it does names. Does it leach calcium from bones? Or destroy the enamel of teeth? Will water plus carbon dioxide equal certain death? 5/5 experts...

Smartphones late night usage affects mental health in children

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The world’s first long-term assessment of adolescent mental health regarding late night mobile phone usage examined student’s quality of sleep, along with mood, aggression, coping skills, self esteem and whether they were experiencing any symptoms of depression.

Cholera threat like a ‘ticking bomb’ for Rohingya refugees fled Myanmar

The threat of cholera is like a "ticking bomb" for Myanmar's persecuted Rohingya refugees who have flooded into Bangladesh, the head of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) says. In a recent interview, Elhadj As Sy said unhygienic conditions could...

Study says high risk of autism in children their mothers had fever during pregnancy

New study suggested that children are more likely to develop autism if their mothers had a fever during pregnancy, especially in the second trimester. The study, led by scientists at the Columbia University and published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, followed 95,754 children born between...

Breast cancer — 1 in 8 women in the US will develop breast cancer — Reduce your risk

One in 8 women in the United States – 12 percent – will develop breast cancer. Except for skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer that women may face in their lifetime. In addition, 1 percent of men in the...

Madagascar plague outbreak kills over 124 people

At least 124 people have now been killed in a plague epidemic in Madagascar since August, the National Office for Risk and Disaster Management said Wednesday. In addition, 1,192 cases of the disease have been registered in the country. Plague outbreaks in Madagascar are common,...

Cholera in Yemen: Over 820,000 suspected cases, over 2,150 deaths since April 27 — UN

The cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen is the largest single-year cholera outbreak ever on record, said a UN spokesman on Friday in announcing more than 2,150 associated deaths since April. "Over 820,000 suspected cholera cases and over 2,150 associated deaths since April 27" have been...

Second death case from West Nile virus in US bringing the total number to 67

A second death case from West Nile virus (WNV) has been reported in the Midwest State of Iowa, thus bringing the total number of WNV fatalities to 67 across the U.S. this year. Patricia Quinlisk, medical director with Iowa Public Health Department, confirmed the death...

US House passes a bill ban abortions after 20 weeks

The House passed a bill Tuesday that would ban abortions after 20 weeks. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), would make it a crime to perform or attempt an abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, with the possibility of a fine, up...

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