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Study finds anticoagulant treatment recommended for COVID patients

Study finds anticoagulant treatment recommended for COVID patients

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain The AustralaSian COVID-19 Trial (ASCOT) has identified the most effective level of anticoagulant treatment needed for patients hospitalized with COVID-19, in a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine Evidence and presented today at the American Society for Hematology conference. The global COVID-19 pandemic remains a major public health …

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Study finds trigger warnings may not benefit those they intend to help

Study finds trigger warnings may not benefit those they intend to help

A recent study in Behavioral therapy explored the relationship between trigger warnings and behavior related to negative stimuli. The study concluded that there is no evidence to suggest that when presented with a trigger warning, people choose to avoid negative stimuli, and trigger warnings did not cause people to stopping to prepare emotionally. The findings …

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Football players age faster and develop dementia sooner, Harvard study finds

Football players age faster and develop dementia sooner, Harvard study finds

BOSTONβ€” Football has come under the microscope in recent years when it comes to how dangerous the sport is, not least because of the potential for head injuries. The focus on CTE and how the condition has destroyed the lives of former gamers is leading more parents to keep their kids off the grill, and …

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Certain mental health conditions add to risk of atrial fibrillation from diabetes, study finds

Certain mental health conditions add to risk of atrial fibrillation from diabetes, study finds

A Korean study shows that depression, insomnia and anxiety increase the risk of atrial fibrillation in people with diabetes, according to a Korean study. These mental health issues can affect the autonomic nervous system that regulates the heart. Bipolar disorder and schizophrenia do not increase the risk. Mental disorders are a risk factor for new …

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To live longer, pick up the pace for just three minutes a day, study finds

To live longer, pick up the pace for just three minutes a day, study finds

Comment this story Comment Hurry to the bus stop. Climb the stairs at full speed. Play tag with your children. Break up with the dog. Vacuum the living room with a little extra zing. Increasing the vigor and enthusiasm of our daily activities could have a substantial impact on our longevity, according to a fascinating …

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Dementia risk may increase if you eat these foods, study finds – East Idaho News

(CNN) – We all eat them – ultra-processed foods such as frozen pizzas and ready meals make our busy lives much easier. Plus, they’re pretty darn tasty – who isn’t sensitive to hot dogs, sausages, burgers, fries, soda, cookies, cakes, candies, donuts, and ice cream, to name a few? If more than 20% of your …

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Behavioral inhibition in childhood predicts social anxiety in adolescence, study finds

Behavioral inhibition in childhood predicts social anxiety in adolescence, study finds

A 7-year study of twins found that behavioral inhibition in childhood is associated with social anxiety in adolescence. Behavioral inhibition was mainly assessed by shyness. Parental stress and a number of other factors have been found to influence the strength of this association. The study was published in Development and psychopathology. Behavioral inhibition is a …

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Eating lots of these foods could increase your risk of dementia, study finds

Eating lots of these foods could increase your risk of dementia, study finds

Dementia affects approximately 6.5 million Americans – and those numbers are expected to rise. The CDC estimates that by 2060, 14 million Americans could be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia. Several studies have shown that diet, along with age, genetics and environment, play a major role in our risk of …

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Statins Reduce Risk of One of Deadliest Types of Stroke, Study Finds |  CNN

Statins reduce risk of deadliest stroke, study finds | CNN

CNN β€” Doctors know that drugs called statins reduce the risk of stroke from a blood clot. But a new study shows that inexpensive drugs can also lower the risk of a first stroke following the deadliest intracerebral hemorrhage. An intracerebral hemorrhage occurs when blood from an artery suddenly begins to bleed into the brain. …

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Statins Reduce Risk of One of Deadliest Types of Stroke, Study Finds |  CNN

Statins Reduce Risk of One of Deadliest Types of Stroke, Study Finds | CNN

CNN β€” Doctors know that drugs called statins reduce the risk of stroke from a blood clot. But a new study shows that inexpensive drugs can also lower the risk of a first stroke following the deadliest intracerebral hemorrhage. An intracerebral hemorrhage occurs when blood from an artery suddenly begins to bleed into the brain. …

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