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Prostate cancer survivors more susceptible to chronic diseases

Credit: University of South Australia Surviving prostate cancer taking anti-androgenic therapy (ADT), a treatment commonly used to block the release of male hormones, has a higher risk of developing chronic diseases, according to recent research published this week. In a study analyzing drug listings of approximately 3700 prostate cancer survivors from 2003 to 2014, researchers at the University of South …

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See skin safety in another light

CLOSE A Peanut x Bloomingdales In her shoes, Mother's Day event was hosted on Thursday, May 3 by Peanut Founders & CEO Michelle Kennedy, Rebecca Minkoff, Jodie Patterson and Sophia Tang in Bloomingdales, New York City. . Peanuts are commissioned to build a community of like-minded women who happen to be mothers. Founded and launched by Kennedy in 2017, the …

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6 health benefits of aerobic exercise

Training also plays an important role in training. But a new study provokes another benefit of exercising. Appeared, it can also help you fight abuse! According to a study by the University of Buffalo, aerobic exercises can affect the brain in ways that can support treatment strategies for the prevention of addiction. Aerobic is the exercise that increases your heart …

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Secret to increase brain activity? Try to solve physical problems

WASHINGTON DC: Parts of the brain can become more active when exposed to physical problems. According to a research conducted by Drexel University, brain activity can be changed by various forms of instruction. Researchers marked those areas that become more active when they fill a physics reasoning task, both before a course about the concepts and after. "One of the …

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Ebola Outbreak 2018: What's Different This Time?

Although it is too early to determine what the outcome of this outbreak could be and how much it could spread, there is one aspect that many experts agree: The world seems better prepared than ever to fight this outbreak. Outbreaks, which began in Guinea and spread to Sierra Leone and Liberia, saw more cases and deaths than all other …

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MEDICAL Q & A: Sometimes Nothing About Cancer Is Best – Entertainment & Life – Sarasota Herald Tribune

Q: What is "vigilant wait" after a cancer diagnosis? A: Awaiting waiting, which includes regular bloodwork, scans and doctoral visits is sometimes called "active monitoring". A new study published in JAMA found that 72 percent of men under 65 with prostate cancer chose surgery for surgery or radiation. A decade earlier, the number of inverses was: only 27 percent chose …

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Aerobic exercise can help treat drugs or alcohol addiction, says study

Aerobic exercise can help treat drugs or alcohol dependence by changing the brain's reward system, a study has found. Aerobic exercise can help treat drugs or alcohol dependence by changing the brain's reward system, a study has found. Also called cardio, aerobic exercise is a quick exercise that increases heart rate, respiratory and circulation of oxygen through the blood and …

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Exercise can help treat abuse: Study

Aerobic exercise can help treat drug or alcohol dependence by changing the brain's reward system, a study found. Also called "cardio" aerobic exercise is a quick exercise that increases heart rate, respiratory and circulation of oxygen through the blood and is associated with reducing many negative health problems, including diabetes, heart disease and arthritis. University of Buffalo researchers in the …

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