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Sleeping in on weekends lowers body weight


Date: October 3rd, 2017


According to a study carried out in South Korea, sleeping in on the weekends to catch up on lost sleep may help to lower one’s body weight. How, you wonder? Actually, for a long time, it has been known that sleep has many benefits. However, not weight loss. But today, the secret is out. Sleep more and lose more weight.

Why women living with atrial fibrillation can die sooner


Date: October 1st, 2017

Researchers have said that the reasons for high risk of heart failure in women with Afib include smoking, high blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes. Atrial Fibrillation is the condition where the heart beats faster than it should. It may be a risk that stays with you or that comes and goes. Whichever it is, it is very bad for women.

The effectiveness of Flu Shot On Babies and Mom


Date: September 29th, 2017


If you are pregnant, and you take the influenza vaccine, what is going to happen? Well, that is why this study was carried out to find out whether there is any effect to this. This study shows that there is an effect indeed. It is on the mother rather than the baby. This study involved a good group of women.

Adynamic Bone disease common in Type 2 Diabetes Patient


Date: September 27th, 2017

Study shows that adynamic bone disease may be meant that you have chronic kidney disease mineral bone disorder CKD-MBD. Adynamic bone disease is the most common form of renal bone abnormality due to reduced synthesis of bone matrix. CKD is a long-term condition where the kidney doesn’t work as it should and CKD-MBD is a condition that accompanies CKD since the kidney is not functioning properly.

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.

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