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  • 7 часов, 36 минут назад 08.12.2022Health Care
    The ‘uncomfortable feeling’ in your mouth that can signal early stages of Alzheimer’s
    A dry mouth could be an early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease, experts have suggested. A dry mouth is caused by a lack of saliva and can leave you with an “uncomfortable feeling of dryness”, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. This is usually down to not drinking enough water or things like stress. But in some cases, the memory loss characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease could be responsible as people with the condition forget to drink water. Senior people are known to…
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  • 7 часов, 36 минут назад 08.12.2022Health Care
    ‘Foul-smelling’ urine can signal four common health conditions – from UTI to diabetes
    Most of the time, urine shouldn’t have any strong smell if you’re in good health and well hydrated. Urine that smells could be a sign of several changes in your body, some less harmful than others. A “foul-smelling urine” in particular could be a sign of several health problems, including uncontrolled diabetes and fatty liver disease. Smelly urine is usually not a sign of a disease and should disappear over time. Harmless activities such as consuming asparagus, and certain vitamins…
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  • 9 часов, 36 минут назад 08.12.2022Health Care
    Cholesterol could cause bowel cancer tumours to form 100 times faster
    Conducting their study on mice, the researchers found there was an association between a high cholesterol diet and an increased risk of bowel cancer. They discovered boosting the animal’s cholesterol levels increased the rate at which intestinal stem cells divided. As a result, this enabled tumours to form 100 times faster. This was reflected in comments by Doctor Peter Tontonotz of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA which undertook the research. Doctor Tontonotz wrote: “”We were excited to…
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  • 11 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    How often do you wash your sheets? Expert reveals how long certain viruses live in bedding
    It is well known that bugs and viruses become more prevalent in the winter, making it common for many of us to get sick. While there are multiple ways to protect yourself from these types of illnesses such as diet and vitamin supplements, there are other steps you could take to protect yourself. Sleep expert, Ashley Hainsworth from Bed Kingdom, spoke with Express.co.uk to explain more. “As we move into the colder months, the home and bedroom will be subject…
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  • 11 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Vitamin D ‘could be related’ to a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s
    The research, conducted by Tufts University, found that the brains of older people functioned better with higher levels of vitamin D. The study assessed post-mortem samples of brain tissue from over 200 patients as part of the now 25-year-old Rush Memory and Ageing Project in the first analysis of its kind. Dr Booth said: “This research reinforces the importance of studying how food and nutrients create resilience to protect the ageing brain against diseases such as Alzheimer’s and other related…
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  • 11 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Expert warns vitamin D deficiency could be to blame for weight gain – backed by studies
    Certain vitamins and minerals are vital to ensure our bodies function as they should. Vitamin D is one such nutrient, commonly linked with bone and teeth health. However, it can have multiple effects on our body – even relating to our weight. Doctor Matthew Calcasola, chief medical officer at Get A Drip, explained: “Vitamin D is essential for a healthy immune system, especially with cold and flu season upon us. “Your body naturally synthesises vitamin D when your skin is…
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  • 11 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Hot spice found to ‘significantly’ reduce visceral fat – fat cells ‘markedly’ smaller
    There are lots of factors that can alter whether your body is burning dangerous visceral fat or storing additional fat. Researchers over the years have learned that a compound – capsaicin – found in hot chillies could be one way to bring down levels of visceral fat. Capsaicin gives cayenne and paprika their pungency, can be taken as a supplement or rubbed in your body. Other studies have found that it could directly shrink visceral fat cells in your body…
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  • 13 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Experts share three ‘unexpected’ ways to live longer – backed by studies
    When it comes to living longer much of the same advice is promoted – including the best diets to exercise. Of course, these play a huge part in our overall health and wellbeing and can therefore hold sway on longevity. However, one expert has recommended some more unusual ways to live a long life. Experts from longevity coffee brand Uda, spoke with Express.co.uk to explain more. They listed human gut health, sauna use and dispelling blood as three ways to…
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  • 13 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    ‘Very frightening’ Fit and healthy man, 50, gets double lung transplant following Covid
    Before he caught COVID-19 just before Christmas last year, 50-year-old Cesar Franco described himself as a fit and healthy man. Despite this, he was soon on a ventilator and life support machine at St Thomas’ Hospital in London. Fast-forward to the upcoming Christmas of 2022, and Mr Franco has had to have a double lung transplant as a result of complications arising from his Covid infection. Although the operation has been declared a success, it has shown just how much…
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  • 13 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Paresthesia an unusual symptom of diabetes to look out for
    One of the least common symptoms of diabetes is a symptom known as paresthesia. Also known by its more colloquial title, it can occur in some instances of diabetes. Dr Laitner said of the more uncommon signs of diabetes: “These include feeling tired, losing weight, poor wound healing and recurrent or prolonged infections such as thrush and boils. “You may also suffer from unclear vision or a feeling of numbness or pins and needles in the feet. Diabetes is sometimes…
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  • 13 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Two types of pain in the leg can signal a ‘dangerous’ blood clot has formed
    Blood clotting is usually normal and healthy. It’s a step your body takes to prevent bleeding too much if you’re injured or have been cut. It’s like a plug in your blood vessels to stop the blood from pouring out endlessly. But prolonged clotting can become “dangerous” and even life-threatening explains the health body Baptist Health. Two signs your leg may show up indicating you have a sinister clot that needs to be treated quickly. Blood clots can happen in…
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  • 13 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Two pupils hospitalised as over 20 scarlet fever cases reported at school
    Two pupils at a primary school have required hospital treatment after an outbreak of scarlet fever, a senior councillor has said. Councillor Glynog Davies said around two dozen children at Brynaman Primary School, in Wales, were suffering from the bacterial infection. One of the two more serious cases had been admitted to Cardiff’s University Hospital of Wales. Cllr Davies, addressing a meeting of full council, said five schools in Carmarthenshire had scarlet fever cases of varying numbers and that the…
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  • 15 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Two drinks that may lower B12 levels within ‘weeks’ – best some people ‘completely’ avoid
    Vitamin B12 deficiency occurs when there are insufficient amounts of nutrients for cells to function properly. If poorly managed the consequences can be catastrophic, as the tissues and organs won’t receive enough oxygen. While the exclusion of certain foods from the diet is a well-established cause of B12 deficiency, the addition of others could interfere with the absorption of the nutrient. Once ingested, vitamin B12 binds to the protein in the foods we eat, before being unbounded into its free…
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  • 15 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    The major mistake people make when suffering from flu, warns pharmacist
    It’s cold and flu season again, and unfortunately, there’s not that much that can be done to stop the spread of viruses like these. True, people may head down to the shops and stock up on cold and flu products to ‘nip it in the bud’ but according to an expert, this would be a mistake. Being able to ‘nip’ a cold ‘in the bud’ is a big misconception, says Abbas Kanani, the superintendent pharmacist at Chemist Click. Speaking to…
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  • 17 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Three signs in your Achilles tendon hinting at high cholesterol – ‘worse in the morning’
    The presence of cholesterol molecules in the bloodstream can become a major hindrance to vascular health if poorly managed. Often, the condition runs its course for years without producing warning signs. As inflammation levels rise, however, complications can occur in the tendons. The Foot Doc explains: “Tendons connect your muscles to your bones and are made up of tough fibrous material. “They service as tension bands that help your muscles and bones work together during movement.” The connective tissue is…
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  • 17 часов, 36 минут назад 07.12.2022Health Care
    Hospital staff ate takeaway at time of planned check on patient who later died
    Hospital staff were eating takeaway at the time of a planned welfare visit on a vulnerable patient who had been admitted for trying to take his life, an inquest heard. Aidan Sample had been a voluntary inpatient in Ward 12 at Pilgrim Hospital in Boston, Lincolnshire, when he was found dead at 2.30am on April 7, 2019. The 34-year-old’s cause of death was hanging. Mr Sample was assessed as having a moderate risk of self-harm or suicide, and staff were…
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08.12.2022
Brussels vows to ‘keep pressure high on Kremlin’ as Putin accused of ‘escalating’ war
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has seen Moscow take advantage of the cold weather by weaponizing energy supplies and attacking power…
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08.12.2022
Senior Tory MP Julian Knight suspended following complaint made to police
It is not publicly known what the nature of the complaint is as the spokeswoman refused to comment. However, the…
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23.10.2022
More voters trust Republicans on economy as interest in midterms hits high, polls say
Voters trust Republicans more than Democrats on top issues including the economy, according to an ABC News/Ipsos poll conducted less…
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21.10.2022
Soaring tax revenue, spending plunge spark record drop in budget deficit
The U.S. government posted a record decline in federal deficits in fiscal 2022, as surging tax revenue and waning pandemic…
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08.12.2022
Footy legend Laurie Daley says NRL will have its first female head coach within 10 years
Rugby league has been seen as only a man’s game for many, many years – but no longer, according to…
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08.12.2022
Garry Lyon and Tim Watson’s boss apologises after footy legends ‘ignored fan’s anti-Semitic rant’
SEN Radio boss Craig Hutchison has issued a grovelling apology on behalf of AFL legends Garry Lyon and Tim Watson…
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08.12.2022
All Creatures Great and Small actor jokes about ‘notoriously difficult’ Christmas co-star
The Christmas period wouldn’t be the same without a return to Darrowby to see what the residents of Skeldale House…
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08.12.2022
Aquaman star Jason Momoa rumored to play DC Comics hero Lobo
Buried within an explosive report that reveals Wonder Woman 3 is dead at Warner Bros.’ DC Studios is a rumor…
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