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Archive for October, 2015

Health care needs for the oldest old population


Date: October 10th, 2015

Men have fewer chronic ailments

Even though the likelihood of women hitting 100 years is four times that of men, they are more prone to suffering from broken bones or developing a couple of chronic health problems like loss of hearing or vision or incontinence as reported by the British researchers.

Blood flow improved in preterm infants by umbilical cord ‘milking’


Date: October 9th, 2015

In a recently published study, the researchers noted that milking of the umbilical cord just before it was cut in preterm infants was found to significantly improve the flow of blood. This was in scenarios where cesarean section was used during the delivery.

The study showed that increased blood flow in infants that are born prematurely in their circulatory system from their umbilical cord is incredibly beneficial. The overall result of this as noted by the study was the improvement of the levels of red blood cells, improved blood pressure as well as prevention of bleeding that can happen in the brain as a result.

Nearly 40% of kids in U.S are exposed to violence


Date: October 8th, 2015


Children in U.S are highly victimized

According to the report given by the researchers, children in the US are essentially the segment of population that is the most victimized. Unfortunately, the actual burden that this brings about is in most of the times missed due to the fact that numerous national crime indicators fail to include the children’s experience while some of them fail to look at the larger picture of it.

Prevalence of cardiovascular disease among Hemophilia patients


Date: October 7th, 2015

Research studies show that the risk of infections of cardiovascular diseases in largely increasing among the hemophilia patients as they age. This condition is highly prevalent more that any individual would think. Studies show that the leading cause of death among the elderly is the age-related diseases, which include sepsis, respiratory failure, and pneumonia. However, they experience a lower risk of intracranial hemorrhage or even AIDs.