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Archive for May, 2016

Genital plastic surgery among teenage girls, new guidelines on breast


Date: May 31st, 2016

The guidelines for the inner labia

There was a growing interest among teenage girls in plastic surgery on their breast and genitals that has boosted a primary ob-gyne group that leads to a recommendation that the doctors first told the women about the usual sexual development.  The membership has been telling them that it is by far coming more frequently with the teenage girls. This is in accordance with the report given by Dr. Strickland. She is the chairman of an adolescent care in an American college.  There was a new recommendation that also suggests that the doctors screen out the patients for the body dysmorphic disorder. That will be an obsession with the imagined defect in the physique.

Smoking Cessation Pills with Suicidal Risks


Date: May 30th, 2016

Why there is a restriction?

Just after 7 years after the US regulation took place has slapped the very strict restriction on 2 famous smoking cessation medicines, thus it has cited the risks of having a suicidal behavior. There was a big international study that has discovered no risk for the suicide. Now Chantix maker Pfizer and even Zyban maker, Glaxo SmithKline hoped that the FDA that told them to conduct a double study to get rid of the black box warnings. It will be placed on the prescription drugs because of an anecdotal patient report of having serious psychiatric side effects.

Association of Coronary Artery Calcium with a Sedentary Life


Date: May 29th, 2016

What the researchers have discovered?

There is a reason behind everything. It was said that being sedentary is bad for one’s health. This may boost the hardening of the arteries with will calcify the deposits. There was a research conducted to middle aged people and the researchers have discovered that every hour of sedentary time was associated with 12% higher risks of having a calcium buildup in the coronary arteries of a person. This is linked to the early sign of coronary heart disease. This is by far the primary study conducted to be of help in teasing out the methods wherein the sedentary time is linked to heart disease risk, thus by checking the early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries, according to a study conducted at a university in Texas.

BMI Plays a Vital Role in the Early Detection of Obesity


Date: May 28th, 2016

Infancy and BMI

A high BMI of a baby will put its life at risk for being obese by the time the baby reaches 2 years old. This is in accordance to the new study. The researchers at a child hospital in Philadelphia says that they have found out that the BMI during infancy is a good determining factor for later obesity than the standard weight being measured during the first 2 years of life. This was according to the study that has been published in a Pedia journal. Before the baby turned 2 years old, the doctors all over the globe suggest that there must be a follow weight for length guidelines more than just using the BMI as a guide. It will be used for kids more than 2 years old to know if they have or will have health issues in life. The weight for the length guides will not respond to the age, such as the BMI charts, but the researchers said that it can make it hard to know if a child is obese or not.

Chronic Conditions linked to Low Health Condition of a Child


Date: May 27th, 2016

Kids who survived cancer

Youngsters who were able to survive cancer as a child had enjoyed a healthy life when compared to the people who are 20 years older. This is in accordance with the new research.  The research is the principal to utilize a summary to measure the health quality and wellness of a person. To comprehend furthermore, how the entire wellbeing of an adult from infantile sarcoma survivors when compared with those deprived of a sarcoma background. This study was led by an author and a doctor at the public health school in Boston.