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Viagra for erectile dysfunction can be a thing in the past Thanks to new treatment, researchers say

An injection with stem cells to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) can make drugs like Viagra outdated in the near future, scientists believe. In a small study in Denmark, the researchers restored the function of the male penis by injecting 20 million stem cells into the organ's base. Scientists believe that the treatment revived the blood vessels and nerves and, unlike …

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Ladies Take Note! Eating healthy could improve your hearing

Consuming a healthy diet can increase hearing ability, says a new study. The study published in Journal of Nutrition examined the relationship between three different diets and the risk of developing hearing loss: Alternative Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) and Alternative Healthy Eating Index-2010 (AHEI- 2010) of 70 966 women followed for 22 years. The research conducted by Brigham …

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Tumor-like spheres help researchers discover smarter cancer medicine

The researchers used a technique called confocal microscopy to confirm that the cell lines formed spheres. Here is the BxPC-3-KRASWT cell line. Credit: Kota et. al./The Scripps Research Institute May 14, 2018-Cancer is a disease often driven by genetic mutations. As researchers learn more about these genes and the proteins encode they, they seek smarter drugs to target them. The …

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Natural ways to increase levels of vitamin D

According to the study published in the magazine Cell, vitamin D is known to treat damaged beta cells in our pancreas that produces, stores and releases hormone insulin, resulting in a new way of treating diabetes. The study identified that D receptor is an important modulator for survival of both inflammation and beta cells. If the beta cells become dysfunctional, …

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Congo, U.N. uses specialists to address the Ebola epidemic

KINSHASA (Reuters) – Democratic Republic of Congo and UN agencies began to set up emergency shelters by specialists this weekend to try to prevent the spread of an Ebola epidemic suspected to have infected more than 30 people, they said on Sunday. REFILE – REMOVAL RESTRICTIONS A healthcare practitioner is sprayed with chlorine after visiting the isolation department at Bikoro …

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"Incorrect information about vaccinations will be in the way of campaigns" mumbai news

What are the most important factors for high rate of rejection? We have seen improvements in vaccination rates in recent years. Vaccination refusal is a worrying phenomenon and can track public health impact. Underlying factors include lack of public services such as reaching recipients in the area, disturbance in the health system and misinformation or rumors of vaccination campaigns. For …

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It's time to cure stigma of mental illness

Vindicator Editorial: May 14, 2018 at 12.00. Name mental illnesses and too often, focus quickly turns to its tragic results that play in courtrooms, jailhouses and cemeteries. Headlines often come to sensational cases like a mother with bipolar disorder who admitted that he killed his two grandchildren. We have also come to recognize mental illness as an important entry for …

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Michigan officials will regulate CBD oil as marijuana, but Texas officials consider crackdown

A report from "Reason" suggested that Texas proposed degradation on CBD products could be harmful to patients using the substance for their chronic health conditions. The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) announced Thursday that it will classify cannabidiol, a substance commonly sold as CBD oil, according to the state's existing laws for medical marijuana. According to MLive …

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Healthy diet: healthy diet can help women protect their hearing impairment

WASHINGTON DC: Ladies! You may want to start eating healthy as per a new study, it can help protect your hearing. The research conducted by Brigham and Women's Hospital found that healthy eating patterns could reduce the risk of hearing impairment by 30 percent. 19659002] Previous studies have looked at how specific nutrients affect the risk, but the relationship between …

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