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Does a little alcohol lower your diabetes risk?


Date: September 25th, 2017


There is a new study that suggests that drinking a glass of wine or a little beer every night will lower risks of type 2 diabetes.

Don’t wait till you are heavier for weight loss surgery


Date: September 23rd, 2017

Researchers discovered that people who underwent the surgery when their BMI was less than 40 were more likely to achieve a BMI below 30 compared to those with a higher BMI. A BMI of 30 and above is considered obese while a BMI of over 40 is extremely obese.

HIV prevention in adolescent with Truvada, Vaginal ring


Date: September 21st, 2017

Research shows that the use of a monthly vaginal ring and a daily oral Truvada is safe and effective in preventing HIV in adolescent girls. The vaginal ring is designed to aid in the prevention of HIV; it is worn inside the vagina. A woman can insert and remove it on her own. Meanwhile oral Truvada is a prescription medicine that is used by sexually active people to reduce the risk of getting HIV through sex. Truvada is an accepted method of prevention among adults.

Measles infections to triple over small rate drop


Date: September 19th, 2017

According to a study, small percent decline in the rate of measles vaccination could increase the number of children who get infected in the U.S. The study was meant to show the dangers of parents failing to immunize their kids.

It Is Not Safe To Stop Taking Your Drugs For Lowering Cholesterol Level


Date: September 17th, 2017

A recent study suggests that stopping to use a drug meant for lowering cholesterol levels in the body as a result of stomach pain or muscle ache may cause dangerous effects in the long run. Researchers reported that persons who ceased taking statins due to a side effect had a likelihood of dying by 13% or have stroke or heart attack in a period of four years in comparison to individuals who continued using drugs.

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