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L'eau fluorée est nocive, selon une étude

L'ajout de fluorure dans l'eau du robinet est lié à un taux significativement plus élevé d'une maladie de la glande thyroïde. C'est la conclusion d'une recherche parue hier dans le Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, publié par le Bri...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 24, 2015

“MIT: Study Supports The Theory That Men Are Idiots”

“MIT: Study Supports The Theory That Men Are Idiots”by BMJ-British Medical Journal“Sex differences in risk seeking behavior, emergency hospital admissions, and mortality are well documented. Males are more likely to be admitted to an emergency...
by Running 'Cause I Can't Fly on Dec 22, 2014

Sobering Research Encourages Less Alcohol for a Healthier Heart

Contradictory new research has surfaced on the effects of light to moderate drinking on cardiovascular health. It turns out that your end of the workday treat could be causing more harm than good. Traditionally, light to moderate drinkers (those who...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 13, 2014

Sering Olahraga, Sehatkah?

Olahraga memang adalah salah satu faktor yang diperlukan agar dapat hidup sehat. Tetapi, melakukan olahraga terlalu banyak belum tentu baik untuk kesehatan. Sebuah penelitian baru mengungkapkan hal yang menarik bahwa terlalu banyak melakukan olahraga...
by Bisakimia on Dec 5, 2013

Body Movement, In Most Cases, Is Better Than Medicine Says British Medical Journal (BMJ) Study

Crudely summarized by Renovating Your Mind as, “Please Get Off Your Ass And Start Exercising!” BMJ published an Oct. ’13 research study comparing the health benefits of exercise versus the use of drug therapy. What they found was ex...
by Renovating Your Mind on Oct 2, 2013

Fish Consumption and Reduction of Risk of Developing Breast Cancer

MedPage, the online medical journal of the University of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine reviewed an article published in the British Medical Journal concerning a relationship between consumption of marine fish oil from fish and a reduction in the ri...
by Boca Raton Concierge Doctor on Jul 31, 2013

Coffee Consumption May Lead to Safer Driving Trips

It is no secret that for decades men and women have been drinking caffeinated beverages to wake up or stay awake. This is especially pertinent when it comes to driving an auto or a truck and trying to stay alert and awake. Researchers in Australia de...
by Boca Raton Concierge Doctor on Mar 25, 2013

Too Much Calcium May Be Harmful For Women

The Swedish Mammography Cohort, a population based group that includes 61,433 women born between 1914 and 1948 with a median follow-up of 19 years was used to answer the question of whether calcium intake can be harmful? The research team analyzed fo...
by Boca Raton Concierge Doctor on Feb 28, 2013

Damaged Teeth Can Be a Cause of Heart Disease

Health facts mentioned that someone with healthy teeth, usually have a high body resistance to disease. Instead, a broken teeth and never treated, will cause the disease spread to other body parts. What are some diseases that can occur due to tooth d...
by Drugs Benefits and Facts on Jul 18, 2012

Doubts Over Long Term Impact Of Group Education For Diabetes Patients

A study published in BMJ (British Medical Journal) states that there are no long term benefits from type 2 diabetes group education programs that only take place once… <a href="http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/rss/diabetes.xml”>...

Grey’s anatomy episode: oxygen prevents amputation?

In the episode My Favorite Mistake, Christina decides to amputate the gentleman’s foot — but she didn’t consider another alternative (hyperbaric oxygen treatment). Please be careful of people who say hyperbaric oxygen is a cure-all...
by Diabetes Away on Mar 26, 2012

Screening for Cervical Cancer- The Pap Smear

Cervical Cancer is easily prevented and detectable by having regular pap smears performed by your obstetrician-gynecologist or your primary care physician. In many cases the physician will add the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) test to look for the pres...
by Boca Raton Concierge Doctor on Mar 16, 2012


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