17 jun
Neurological symptoms of COVID-19 can last more than 6 months
Neurological symptoms of COVID-19 can last more than 6 months

COVID-19-related neurological symptoms, such as memory and concentration issues, can last half a ...

15 jun
DOES SHINGLES INCREASE A PERSON’S RISK OF DEMENTIA?
DOES SHINGLES INCREASE A PERSON’S RISK OF DEMENTIA?

Shingles, a viral infection caused by the reactivation of the chickenpox virus, results in a pain...

Publicaciones

Neurological symptoms of COVID-19 can last more than 6 months
Neurological symptoms of COVID-19 can last more than...
Artículo
DOES SHINGLES INCREASE A PERSON’S RISK OF DEMENTIA?
DOES SHINGLES INCREASE A PERSON’S RISK OF DEMENTIA?
Artículo
14 jun
Innovative treatment to treat child with severe alopecia
Innovative treatment to treat child with severe alopecia

Connecticut board-certified dermatologist Brett King MD, PhD, FAAD, was named an American Academy...

13 jun
Alcohol may be more risky to the heart than previously thought
Alcohol may be more risky to the heart than previously thought

Levels of alcohol consumption currently considered safe by some countries are linked with develop...

Foros

THROMBOTIC RISK MANAGEMENT BEFORE AND DURING PREGNANCY
THROMBOTIC RISK MANAGEMENT BEFORE AND DURING PREGNANCY
foro
10 jun
EXERCISE MAY PROTECT BRAIN VOLUME BY KEEPING INSULIN AND BMI LEVELS LOW
EXERCISE MAY PROTECT BRAIN VOLUME BY KEEPING INSULIN AND BMI LEVELS LOW

Studies have shown that exercise helps protect brain cells. A new study looking at the mechanisms...

10 jun
Speech analysis app predicts worsening heart failure before symptom onset
Speech analysis app predicts worsening heart failure before symptom onset

A voice analysis app used by heart failure patients at home recognises fluid in the lungs three w...

8 jun
DOES MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PLAY A ROLE IN CANCER SCREENING AND DIAGNOSIS?
DOES MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PLAY A ROLE IN CANCER SCREENING AND DIAGNOSIS?

Women with multiple sclerosis (MS) are less likely to have breast cancers detected through cancer...

2 jun
Black, hispanic people  more likely to die than white people after some types of stroke
Black, hispanic people more likely to die than white people after some types of stroke

Black and Hispanic people are more likely to die in the first month after certain types of stroke...

1 jun
 Gait decline could indicate dementia
Gait decline could indicate dementia

People who walk about 5% slower or more each year while also exhibiting signs of slower mental pr...

31 may
SEVEN HEALTHY HABITS LINKED TO LOWER RISK OF DEMENTIA IN THOSE WITH GENETIC RISK
SEVEN HEALTHY HABITS LINKED TO LOWER RISK OF DEMENTIA IN THOSE WITH GENETIC RISK

Seven healthy habits and lifestyle factors may play a role in lowering the risk of dementia in pe...

31 may
Taste buds can adapt to low salt diet
Taste buds can adapt to low salt diet

A taste adaptation intervention lowers salt intake and increases enjoyment of a sodium restricted...

25 may
Low glycaemic index diet helps heart patients lose weight
Low glycaemic index diet helps heart patients lose weight

Eating low glycaemic index foods promotes a healthier body shape in patients with coronary artery...

18 may
Antidepressant use during pregnancy not linked to epilepsy in children
Antidepressant use during pregnancy not linked to epilepsy in children

A new study suggests that antidepressant use by mothers during the first trimester of pregnancy d...

17 may
Hormonal changes during menopause directly related to decline in cardiovascular health
Hormonal changes during menopause directly related to decline in cardiovascular health

Levels of bad cholesterol rise during menopause, and 10% of this increase is due to shifts in sex...

20 abr
FDA authorizes first breath test that detects Covid-19 in 3 minutes
FDA authorizes first breath test that detects Covid-19 in 3 minutes

The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency use authorization to a new COVID-19 test t...

12 abr
Insomnia and recurrent heart events in coronary patients
Insomnia and recurrent heart events in coronary patients

Nearly half of heart disease patients have insomnia, according to research presented at ESC Preve...

4 abr
Who should receive a device to prevent sudden cardiac death?
Who should receive a device to prevent sudden cardiac death?

Heart images may help to predict the risk of sudden cardiac death in heart attack survivors, acco...

25 mar
COVID-19 vaccination is safe in patients with previous myocarditis
COVID-19 vaccination is safe in patients with previous myocarditis

A small study has shown that SARS-CoV-2 vaccination in patients who had an inflamed heart muscle ...

25 mar
BA.2 more severe for children, Hong Kong study finds
BA.2 more severe for children, Hong Kong study finds

BA.2 strain of the coronavirus in children in Hong Kong was more serious for children compared wi...

7 mar
2 new life-saving COVID-19 drugs recommended
2 new life-saving COVID-19 drugs recommended

World Health Organization has recommended two new drugs for COVID-19, providing yet more options ...

1 mar
Salt in soluble paracetamol linked to increase risk of cardiovascular disease and death
Salt in soluble paracetamol linked to increase risk of cardiovascular disease and death

Doctors have warned that people should try to avoid taking dissolving, fizzy paracetamol that con...

28 feb
Time between Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines can be up to 8 weeks for some people: updated CDC guidance
Time between Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines can be up to 8 weeks for some people: updated C...

The interval between first and second doses of the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines may be as...

22 feb
Statin intolerance is “over-estimated and over-diagnosed”: the world’s largest study
Statin intolerance is “over-estimated and over-diagnosed”: the world’s largest study

As many as one in two patients stop taking statins, reduce the dose or take them irregularly beca...

14 feb
New Covid-19 monoclonal antibody that works against Omicron variant
New Covid-19 monoclonal antibody that works against Omicron variant

The US Food and Drug Administration has authorized a new monoclonal antibody treatment that seems...

11 feb
High rates of croup in children with Omicron – new unexpected sign
High rates of croup in children with Omicron – new unexpected sign

Doctors  in the  US start noticing something unique to the Omicron variant - high rates of childr...

9 feb
REGULAR PARACETAMOL USE LINKED TO RAISED BLOOD PRESSURE
REGULAR PARACETAMOL USE LINKED TO RAISED BLOOD PRESSURE

Long-term paracetamol use could increase the risk of heart disease and strokes in people with hig...

7 feb
Chemotherapy’s effectiveness may vary with time of day, WVU research suggests
Chemotherapy’s effectiveness may vary with time of day, WVU research suggests

The blood-brain barrier keeps foreign substances from entering the brain. That’s good when it com...

7 feb
Some masks provide 83% protection against COVID-19
Some masks provide 83% protection against COVID-19

Consistent use of a face mask or respirator in indoor public settings is associated with lower od...

4 feb
UK scientists look to repurpose existing antiviral drugs for COVID-19
UK scientists look to repurpose existing antiviral drugs for COVID-19

British researchers want to repurpose existing antiviral therapies to treat COVID-19, the Univers...

4 feb
HAIR LOSS TREATMENTS – WHICH WORKS BEST?
HAIR LOSS TREATMENTS – WHICH WORKS BEST?

Which nonsurgical treatments work best for male-pattern baldness?   A new meta-analysis of 23 stu...