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All Risks Factor Increases for Type 2 Diabetes Patients


Date: February 13th, 2018

All Cause Mortality Risk Doubles For Type 2 Diabetes


German adults that have type 2 diabetes are two times more likely to die of any course that may come along compared to those without diabetes. They also suffer greater risk if they are not diagnosed at all. This is according to the analysis of registry data for people with type 2 diabetes.

How HPV Influence Women’s Attitude towards Safe Sex


Date: February 9th, 2018

HPV Vaccine Is Not an STI Prevention


A recent study by the US firm confirms that individuals vaccinated against HPV may still need to use other protective methods for safe sex such as condom use to protect themselves from sexually transmitted infections (STI)

Recurrent Stroke Risk-Reduction Using Epilepsy Drug


Date: February 6th, 2018

Antiepileptic Drug Can Reduce Recurrent Stroke by 53%


A recent study conducted on around 12,000 patients revealed that epilepsy drug that contains (HDAC9) Histone Deacetylase 9 was linked to greatly reducing recurrent stroke by 53%. This is according to the information published in January Issue of Stroke.

The researchers from Welcome Trust Case Control Consortium found that there is an association between heightened risk of recurrent stroke and mutation in HDAC9. This results from large artery illnesses.

The Challenge of Dealing with Fast-Aging in Cancer Survivors


Date: February 2nd, 2018

Cancer Medications Causes Fast Aging


A recent study conducted reveals that cancer patients are faced with a challenge of faster aging due to the treatment they get. The patients are likely to develop complications related to aging while they are still young. Some of the Illnesses they might get to include the hormone disorder, heart diseases, brittle bone, and new cancers. The survivors are likely to become weak as the years go.

No Enough Evidence for Vitamin D Use during Pregnancy


Date: January 30th, 2018

Prenatal Supplements Lacks Evidence to Support Its Use

A study conducted by the researchers in the BMJ to analyze the necessity of recommendation on Vitamin D intake in pregnancy revealed that there lack enough evidence to support that. The already existing studies failed to provide the reason to use Vitamin D supplements during pregnancy. Vitamin D is known for maintaining calcium level in our body and to keep our teeth, bones as well as muscles healthy. This was the initial reason why it was recommended for pregnant women.

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