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Archive for August, 2018

People who walk quickly less likely to die from heart disease


Date: August 31st, 2018

Walking At a Faster Pace Is Good For Your Heart

You are always told that exercises are good for your body, and in particular, the heart. But did you that these exercises do not just involve waking up early in the morning to hit the gym or making several runs across the neighborhood? Well, simple things such as walking quickly on your way to the grocery store could help you live longer.

Are biologics used by lactating mothers harmful to the infant?


Date: August 28th, 2018

Nursing Mothers can Safely Use IBD Biologics

The question has to whether nursing mothers should use IBD biologics is one that has disturbed both experienced and new mothers. Luckily enough, that issue is no longer a dilemma, thanks to a detailed multicenter research.The study found that there were lower transfer rates of anti-tumor necrosis factor (anti-TNF) agents into breast milk. Furthermore, these biologics could not be associated with any infant infections or inhibitions to the ability of your loved one to achieve crucial development milestones.

There is an increased shortage of mammograms in breast cancer survivors post-surgery


Date: August 24th, 2018

Most Breast Cancer Survivors Experiencing a Shortage of Mammograms

Once the woman successfully undergoes the diagnostic procedures for breast cancer, they are recommended to do further screening. This screening is necessary as it sets the basis for determining the likelihood of cancer returning.

If detected early, treatment methods are recommended before the symptoms can reestablish. Unfortunately, women are not getting the recommended mammograms. The black woman is the most affected one in this case.

Inactivity connected to bladder problems affecting middle aged men


Date: August 3rd, 2018

Bladder Problems Related to Inactivity in Middle-Aged Males

A Korean study has suggested that men who do not lead an active lifestyle for the most part of the day are more prone to the development of urinary tract and bladder complications as compared to their more mobile counterparts.