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Archive for September, 2015

Odds of women getting heart attack and stroke increased by Trauma, PTSD


Date: September 21st, 2015

The risk of having a stroke or heart attack is high for women who have experienced a traumatic event or post traumatic stress disorder as suggested by a recent large study. The study found women having severe PTSD with a higher risk of 60 percent of suffering a stroke or heart attack in comparison to women with no trauma experience.

A preliminary study links citrus fruits with melanoma


Date: September 20th, 2015

However, this study didn’t test if skin cancers were caused by citrus fruits and more needs to be done in order for this connection to be confirmed as written by the authors in Journal of Clinical Oncology. Something worth noting is that the single observational study didn’t provide results that are a reflection of the U.S population as a whole and their interpretation should be done with caution, as Dr. Abrar Qureshi, the senior author noted.