Study Calls This Type of Diet the Best to Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Eating habits have a significant effect on the risk of breast cancer. REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Eating habits have a significant influence on the risk of several types of cancer. One of them is cancer breast Referring to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition//, the best dietary or dietary … Read more

Nordic walking beats other workouts for heart health: study – Reuters

June 29, 2022 – A new study in people with heart disease shows that Nordic walking – think cross-country skiing without the skis – improved their mental and physical health more than other types of training. Researchers used a 6-minute walk test to measure the “functional capacity” of 130 study participants, which examines how hard … Read more

Study says COVID-19 vaccines do not prevent reinfection

In recent weeks, an increase in cases of COVID-19 and again in consultations and emergencies in health centers, the increase in the demand for medical services is noted, many of them infected with the virus on a second or even third occasion. The Dominican infectologist and president of the Commission of Health, Social Security, Population … Read more

New study on the cognitive health of seniors

Canadian researchers are recruiting 350 seniors, including about 60 in Quebec, to participate in an online program to increase their knowledge of neurocognitive disorders and improve their lifestyle. The Healthy Brain PRO program, from the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration Associated with Aging, will notably offer participants bilingual interactive educational modules to encourage them to improve … Read more

A study carried out in Argentina and published in The Lancet revealed the effectiveness of reinforcements in older adults against Ómicron

Older people and those with previous illnesses are at greater risk of developing serious illnesses from COVID-19/ REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 62% of the world population has already accessed the primary vaccination scheme against COVID-19. Immunization began in December 2020 and additional or booster doses were needed over time. In Argentina, a study was carried out for … Read more

Study: Women Are More Likely To Have Long Covid Than Men

Women are up to 22 percent more likely to have long-term COVID-19 than men. REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — A recent study revealed that women are more likely to suffer from diabetes long Covid compared to men. The research results have been published in the journal Current Medical Research and Opinion. According to research, women are 22 … Read more

Politicians live longer than the rest of the population in developed countries. A new study showed why — ČT24 — Czech Television

In recent years, the increase in average life expectancy has stopped in a number of rich countries, while in the poorest social strata this parameter has even started to decrease. This is the effect of deepening inequality, which has been exacerbated by the covid-19 pandemic. For example, according to the latest figures, men in the … Read more

Electric car drivers are less and less afraid that the car will lose autonomy, says study

News about electric vehicles is more and more frequent as more car brands also announce their bet in this sector or the launch of new battery-powered models. However, some drivers were almost terrified of the possibility that the car would no longer have autonomy during a trip and be stopped in the middle of the … Read more

Dementia: Simple test could help predict dementia risk, study finds – Reuters

A simple, routine bone density test could help determine if a person is at risk of developing late-onset dementia, according to a new international study by Australian researchers. Scientists have found that plaque calcification in the abdominal aorta captured in lateral spine images from a bone density machine may be a reliable marker of dementia … Read more

Undetected diseases leading to stroke. “Two out of three patients had this problem” STUDY

Wednesday, June 29, 2022, 6:11 p.m. 6360 readings A recent European study found that most people who suffered an ischemic stroke had previously undiagnosed underlying conditions. High cholesterol, high blood pressure and atrial fibrillation were the main risk factors for stroke. However, younger patients, non-Caucasian people and women under the age of 55 who use … Read more