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Emergency cases for children with severe allergies

Jun
22

Date: June 22nd, 2018

Food associated with allergies in kids

Blue Cross research findings 

Between 2010 and 2016, the reportfrom Blue Cross and Blue Shield indicated that there was a rise of up to 150% of the total number of children who received medical care in emergency rooms when suffering anaphylaxis.

Use of anti-hypertensive medication not good for your body

Jun
19

Date: June 19th, 2018

Alpha-blockers and Alpha-2 agonists’ drugs

Anti-hypertensive will have varied responses to the body once used. A decline or increase in the body blood pressure readings will call for a different drug administration to counter the effect.

Effects of proteins and inflammation on child development

Jun
15

Date: June 15th, 2018

Maternal immune system and its effect on baby’s brain

 Examples of immune system triggers

The immune system activators such as infections, stress, illness and allergies will cause proteins to be secreted thus inducing inflammatory reactions. These proteins could confer positive effects or negative effects as identified in tests on animal models. However, there is little work done on humans to ascertain their impact. Some BLS healthcare providers may not even be fully aware of this.

Childhood obesity could be the reason behind cancer in young adults

Jun
15

Date: June 15th, 2018

Cancer amongst the Youth could be enhanced by Childhood Obesity

 

Cases of obesity in children have continued to rise over the years, and a recent review has discovered that this could be a leading cause behind the development of cancer cases amongst the youth.

Cognitive risk due to high cholesterol fades in old age

Jun
12

Date: June 12th, 2018

Association between cognitive declines with cholesterol

There is a 32% reduced risk for marked cognitive decline for over the next decade for elderly people between age 85 to 94 though cognitively intact as at present. Jeremy Silverman, PhD, and James Schmeidler, PhD, of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City suggested and explained that their cholesterol would have increased during their 40s. However, in old people at 75-84 with increased cholesterol level had a 50% risk higher than the first cohort and its contribution to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

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