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Hospice and palliative experts extend the care provider's care at the end of life: Dr. Walter George (opinion)

Guest columnist Dr Walter George is Medical Director of the Cleveland Regional Office of Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care, located in Valley View. He was recently appointed Corporate Director of Medical Education and Services at Crossroads. Dr. Walter George, Medical Director at Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care Photo Courtesy of Dr. Walter George Lewis and Clark had nothing on today's …

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Police search woman on heroin, Fentanyl Charges

Breanna C. Hoyte, 23, of Haddonfield, is requested by the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office to fail to appear in the prosecutor's office, Woodbury, March 19, 2018, for an accusation of charges for drug-related charges. She is 5 "0," 110 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. Her image is linked to this post. She was found to be in possession …

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Evidence support for Alzheimer's suicide risks among young people in polluted cities – ScienceDaily

A university researcher in Montana and her coworkers have published a new study showing increased risk of Alzheimer's and suicide among children and young adults living in polluted megacities. Dr. Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas said that her group studied 203 autopsies of residents in Mexico City, ranging in age from 11 months to 40 years. Metropolitan Mexico City is home to 24 …

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So your birth did not go according to plan? Do not blame yourself

While childbirth is often a pleasing event, it rarely develops exactly how we think it will be. This causes disappointment or concern among some women and leaves a small percentage of postnatal post-traumatic stress disorder (PPTSD) diagnosis. A negative birth means mothers are more likely to be depressed. This can change how they engage with their baby, which can affect …

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"My ex tries to stop me using my embryos"

An ex-boyfriend usually "time like a weapon," says a woman in New York City forty-four who opposes her former beau over the use of her frozen embryos. "I am 42 years old. I want to be a mother. I want to raise a child," Ilissa Watnik said in court talks last week. Watnik's fertility taps away when her ex-lover, Kevin …

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Part of the brain often associated with memory and dementia can also hold the key to emotional regulation – ScienceDaily

Hippocampus is an area of ​​the brain that is usually associated with memory and dementia. But new research in T Scarborough finds that it can also provide important clues about a range of mental illnesses, including addiction, anxiety and depression. The research, created by a team of neuroscience experts, found that a specific part of hippocampus could play an important …

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A potentially new weapon against heart failure

A research team has developed a method of preventing heart failure. Researchers at the Cincinnati Children's Heart Institute used an experimental targeted molecular therapy to block a matrix-forming protein in cardiac cells damaged by myocardial levels of scarred muscle tissue and save mouse models from heart failure. The team tested a manufactured peptide called pUR4 to block fibronectin protein in …

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Youth in polluted cities with increased risk for Alzheimer's

Pollution can lead to Alzheimer's youth. Wikimedia Commons Publish Reprint Children and young adults living in contaminated megacities are at increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease which complicates the brain, characterized by memory loss, a new study has warned. "Alzheimer's disease identifier begins in childhood in polluted environments, and we need to implement effective prevention early on," says one of …

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When heart disease goes into the family, train with lower risk

People who get a lot of exercise are less likely to have heart attacks and strokes than their inactive counterparts, although they have a genetic predisposition for heart disease, suggests a British study. Among about half a million people in Britain, those who had greater grip strength, more physical activity and better cardiovascular fitness had a lower risk of heart …

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Gardening's benefits are consistent with today's emphasis on wellness

Gardening is part of ammo against personal family care. Modern gardening is not just about growing plants – it's part of a movement toward personal and family violence that includes everything from diet and exercise to a clean and lively environment. "Many things are happening to our food culture," says Helen Lundell, a senior consultant with Hartman Group, a Bellevue …

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