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According to a study by the State University of Campinas (Brazil), “Cholesterol levels may change with seasonal fluctuations causing an increased risk in the winter months, as evidenced by the investigation.”
According to a study published in the journal Neuron, “exposure to a stimulating environment and new activities can have beneficial effects, superior even to extreme exercise, which is known to generate new neurons, when it comes to delay the onset Alzheimer’s disease. ”
According to the results of a small study led by researchers ‘Johns Hopkins Medicine’, in Baltimore, Maryland (USA) and published in ‘Stroke’, “An electronic device that measures head eye movements can successfully determine whether because of intense continuous dizziness can be a stroke or something benign.”
This Sunday, U.S. medical team announced has cured a baby with HIV through a standard drug cocktail administered at birth.
According to a study from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit (USA), which was presented Sunday at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology held in the U.S. city of San Antonio, “Babies born Cesarean are five times more likely to develop allergies than those who come into the world naturally when exposed to high levels of common household allergens, such as dogs, cats and dust mites.”
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The seminar is led by parents of Victoria De Mare, the baby of two years who remains awaiting a bowel transplant.
The Swiss group Nestle retired from the market refrigerated products like Tortellini and ravioli Buitoni brand, sold in Spain and Italy, and the lasagna bolognese Gourmand, produced in France after find traces of DNA from horse with levels above the 1%.
According to a study by a team of researchers from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and published in the journal BioMed Central, Caffeine is related to babies with low birth weight and that ingested through coffee is linked to increased duration of pregnancy.
An investigation by the National Institute of Technical Industrial Technology (INTI) detected in the breast milk of mothers from Buenos Aires pesticide values higher by 15 percent than those established in the Argentine Food Code.
Hospitals in Argentina began to replace mercury thermometers, which persists in the environment and affects the health, said Thursday the local office of the World Health Organization (WHO).
According to research by the University of Leeds (UK), published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, natural chemicals found in green tea and red wine can disrupt a key step on the route of Alzheimer’s disease.
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The Director of Primary Care, Ministry of Health of Buenos Aires, Luis Crovetto recommended to those who travel to the United States to “have the vaccine” against swine flu because in that country they “are having an outbreak.”
The National Administration of Drugs, Food and Medical Technology (Anmat) in Argentina prohibited, by order published in the Gazette today, the marketing and use of several batches of Buscopina, because the company that produces denounced a theft.
Scientists at University College London try to restore the nose of a British businessman, who lost it after suffering from cancer.
Researchers from the School of Medicine in Stanford University (USA) found people with a genetic predisposition, the beta-carotene may reduce the risk of the most common form of diabetes, while gamma-tocopherol, the major form of vitamin E may increase the risk of disease.
According to new evidence to be presented Wednesday at Resveratrol 2012, an international conference to be held at the University of Leicester (UK): “A chemical compound found in red wine, resveratrol, may help prevent cancer “.
According to research at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow, Scotland: “The drying clothes inside a home can cause problems for people at risk of asthma, hay fever and other allergies, due to excessive moisture levels inside”.
The study by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and published in ‘SLEEP’, suggests, “The increase in the amount of sleep could lead to reduced food intake, although the hormonal process differs between men and women.”
According to research published in the Million Women Study in The Lancet: “The abandonment of snuff can prolong the life of women in 10 years.”
Older people who eat a diet rich in carbohydrates are four times more likely to develop mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to Alzheimer’s disease.