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Celebrities are obsessed with Keto Diet. Why you should not be

The latest diet among celebrities promises weight loss without sacrificing bacon. The keto diet, short for "ketogen", means eating high fat, a moderate amount of protein and very few carbohydrates – even fruit is out of the table. Just like any girlfriend, supporters contribute to weight loss, increased energy and greater mental clarity among the benefits. But is the keto …

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New Drug Prevention Drug Approved by the FDA

– No scream, no one waves. Just a quiet gasping for air and 20 to 60 seconds later, immersion. And someone has drowned, maybe in the usual place. »RELATED: How to Prevent Drownings. What parents need to know about "dry" and "secondary" drowning "Drunking is not the violent spot for help most expect", noted the Coast Guardian and trained rescue …

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British children now FATTER than Americans in shock new study

Stocks have shown that 20% of 11-year-olds in the UK are classified as obesity. It is 18.5% of American youth of the same age. And the tubby trend is also true for teens, with 23% of British 12-15 year-olds classified as overweight in 2016 compared with 20.6% of American youth aging. Experts have blamed on eating junk food and lazy …

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Will my children get my mental illness?

It's too easy to blame yourself. (Image: Mmuffin) As a parent you have a primary instinct to protect your child from injury. We need to talk about postnatal depression, but let's not forget the other mental illnesses that affect mothers. We all want our children to have an easy journey through life, incredible by illness, accident or tragedy. But for …

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Organ donations hover at emerging opioid epidemics

In the United States, the bodies are in such a high demand that 20 people die every day waiting for a transplant. It is estimated that 116,000 people in the country are currently waiting for life-saving agencies. In recent years, doctors and healthcare professionals in hospitals around the country have noted a change in supply. Border Transit Timeline Their research, …

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Unnecessary use of ADHD drugs increases over 60%, suggests the study

The study, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, looked at all calls to US Poison Control Centers for accidental or deliberate exposure to ADHD medications between 2000 and 2014 among children and adolescents. The researchers found that the number of calls increased from 7 018 in 2000 to 11 486 2014 – an increase of 64%. According to the author …

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Ebola eruptions: Experimental vaccinations beginning in DR Congo

Image Copyright Getty Images Image Texts Vaccines were First Used in a Limited trial during 2014-16 West Africa Ebola eruption Health workers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo will launch an immunization campaign in an attempt to stop the spread of the lethal Ebola virus. Experimental vaccine proved to be effective when used in limited trials during the outbreak …

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Michael Pollan wants to change your mind with psychedelic drugs

Future generations can look back last week as the defining period when the conversation about modern psychedelic research entered the ordinary society. With the appearance of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to an extensive interview broadcast on NPR's Fresh Air (and dozens of other news programs), perhaps one of the more unlikely numbers that emerged as a spokesman for …

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Flow of cerebrospinal fluid appeared to be a key signal for the renewal of stem cell cells

May 21, 2018 Stem cells in the brain can divide and mature in neurons participating in various brain functions, including memory. In an essay published in the magazine Cell Stem Cell researchers at Helmholtz Zentrum Munich and Ludwig-Maximilians Universität Munich (LMU) have shown how this works. They found that the ion channels play a key role in transmitting power signals …

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Experimental Ebola vaccine to be distributed in Congo

Confirmation of the first case in Mbandaka, a city of 1.2 million people, has raised concerns that the virus could spread faster than expected. So far, 25 people have died in the outbreak and of 45 suspected cases, 14 have been confirmed, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) The vaccine, called rVSV-ZEBOV, is likely to be distributed to approximately …

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