Arthritis treatment: Avoid this type of food to ‘reduce inflammation and restore defences’

Arthritis treatment: Avoid this type of food to ‘reduce inflammation and restore defences’

Arthritis is rife in the UK; more than 10 million people have arthritis or other, similar conditions...
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COVID Bites: Cracked Teeth Another Coronavirus Scourge

COVID Bites: Cracked Teeth Another Coronavirus Scourge

THURSDAY, Sept. 24, 2020 — Dentists are dril...
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Quick COVID-detecting nasal swab card is approved for use

Quick COVID-detecting nasal swab card is approved for use

A $5 test that detects COVID-19 from a nasal swab ...
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Q&A: Where are the patient advocates? The negative effect of social isolation on older patient care during COVID

Q&A: Where are the patient advocates? The negative effect of social isolation on older patient care during COVID

A new study by researchers at the University of Mi...
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Parkinson’s disease: Is someone looking sullen? It could be a sign of the brain disease

Parkinson’s disease: Is someone looking sullen? It could be a sign of the brain disease

Does someone close to you seem to look so sullen n...
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Stomach bloating: One relaxing pastime could ease the discomfort of a bloated belly

Stomach bloating: One relaxing pastime could ease the discomfort of a bloated belly

If that glass of pop has given you that bloated fe...
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Best supplements for hair loss: Pill with antimicrobial properties shown to boost growth

Best supplements for hair loss: Pill with antimicrobial properties shown to boost growth

Hair loss tends to be most prevalent in those aged...
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How to stay strong and avoid spiraling after a breakup during the pandemic

How to stay strong and avoid spiraling after a breakup during the pandemic

Breakups are hard enough as it is, but breaking up...
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Pale melanomas masked by albino gene

Pale melanomas masked by albino gene

People with pale colored melanomas are more likely...
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Diverting cells’ energy pathway could pave way for new Parkinson’s treatments

Diverting cells’ energy pathway could pave way for new Parkinson’s treatments

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have f...
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