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Why sleep is good for your arteries

Fresh evidence suggests that sleep regulates a mechanism that can help to protect arteries from hardening. The finding reinforces the notion that good-quality sleep is important for cardiovascular health. Sleep...

Medical News Today: Poor sleep may hinder weight loss, study shows

According to a recent study, people experiencing poor sleep may be less able to lose unwanted weight, even when taking part in a weight loss program.

Medical News Today: ¿Qué debemos saber sobre los niveles de hemoglobina?

La hemoglobina es una proteína en los glóbulos rojos. El oxígeno que ingresa a los pulmones se adhiere a esta proteína y los glóbulos transportan oxígeno a todo...

Artificial intelligence can predict premature death, study finds

Computers which are capable of teaching themselves to predict premature death could greatly improve preventative healthcare in the future, suggests a new study by experts at the University of...

Medical News Today: Alzheimer's blood test almost 'usable in routine clinical care'

A new blood test for detecting Alzheimer's disease approaches 'a level of accuracy that is usable in routine clinical care around the world.'

Medical News Today: New blood test detects brain tumors with 87% accuracy

Researchers have recently published 'the first demonstration' that a promising blood test for detecting brain cancer works in the clinic.

What is cervical cancer?

You might not know anything is wrong until the cancer is more advanced. Dr Lalitha Badul Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers in women. Mostly because of screenings and...

Medical News Today: New flu vaccine skin patch could do away with needles

A new study reveals that delivering a flu vaccine using a new type of skin patch can stimulate an appropriate immune response without side effects in mice.

Medical News Today: Monkeys: Past social stress impacts genes, health

New research suggests socially stressful experiences that occurred in the past leave a long lasting print on genes and health in monkeys and humans.

Medical News Today: This neurotransmitter helps aggressive tumors spread

New research in mouse models of human-derived cancers has found a new key factor that supports the growth and spread of aggressive tumors. Source link
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