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American Society of Plastic Surgery drew up a study which revealed the damage of snuff in the face over time, such as pronounced wrinkles and spots on the skin.
The president of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner , will need to rest for at least a month , according to medical advice , due to a ” chronic subdural collection .”
According to a study presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Pediatric Societies held in Washington (USA), “It is recommended for parents to make sure their children drink milk and eat other foods rich in calcium to strengthen bones and, soon, also may be told to care about them eat salmon, almonds and other foods rich in magnesium, a nutrient that may play an important role in bone health.”
According to researchers from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, “Pregnant women who perform aerobic exercise at least three times a week and at least thirty minutes strengthen not only their heart but also that of their babies”.
According to research conducted by a team of scientists in Canada who analysed the results of 12 studies published after 1993 and carried out mainly in the United States, Northern Europe and Canada, “Women with cosmetic breast implants have a 26 percent increased risk of being diagnosed at a later stage of breast cancer than women without implants. ”
According to experts Fremap Prevention Society to celebrate this Sunday, April 28, the World Health Day at Work reported, “Nearly 15% of workers who perform their work sitting at a table is at risk for musculoskeletal disorders stress positions”.
The National Administration of Drugs, Food and Medical Technology (ANMAT) warned about “the use of hair straighteners made on the basis of formaldehyde because they can cause serious harm to health, and therefore recommends to verify the origin of the product before to be acquired or applied”.
According to a study by researchers from the United States, “the taste of the beer was the trigger in 49 men, for the brain to release the chemical of reward, dopamine”.
The Ministry of Health of the Nation held the International Conference “Vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV) as part of the comprehensive approach to preventing cervical cancer in Argentina”, which will include the participation of local experts and foreigners.
Chronic Pulmonary Disease (COPD) will be the fifth leading cause of death worldwide by 2020, however, currently between 70 and 75 percent of people with this condition was not diagnosed.
The journal British Journal of Surgery said, “A new study suggests that surgery for appendicitis using an incision through the navel hole can be a viable alternative to traditional appendectomies.”
According to a study presented at the 245th Session and Exhibition of the American Chemical Society, being held until Thursday, “A component of the egg white can have a beneficial effect in reducing blood pressure.”
A group of British scientists presented an interesting idea in the congress of the American Chemical Society, the largest scientific society in the world, with 163,000 members, held these days in New Orleans.
The study, published this week in the journal ‘Nature’, ‘demonstrates the central role that the prefrontal cortex plays in compulsive cocaine addiction. The findings of this research also suggest a new treatment that could be tested in humans immediately’.
Barack Obama, President of the United States, promotes funding research to ‘study the human brain and treat and cure diseases like Alzheimer’s.
According to the authors of a research presented at the Day of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Specialty, held in Chicago, Illinois (USA) and published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine, “Go outside regularly to play ball with the children can help prevent a hip fracture when people are older.”
Eating too much salt contributed to 2.3 million deaths occur from heart attacks, strokes and other heart related diseases worldwide in 2010, representing 15 percent of all deaths from these causes.
Today, March 21, was selected as the ‘International Day Down Syndrome’, and during the days before and after, the Down syndrome organizations around the world organize and participate in events to raise awareness of the existence and needs that causes Down Syndrome.
According to the head of Pediatrics Doctor Peset Hospital of Valencia, Pilar Codoñer, “Consumption of non-alcoholic beer improves the antioxidant capacity of breast milk, to the point that maternal serum has a 30 percent higher antioxidant capacity”.