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Obesity risk can be reduced by eating breakfast regularly

A new US study has shown that those people who eat breakfast regularly have a lower risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. The researchers found from the Children’s Hospital in Boston that the rate of obesity and insulin resistance syndrome was 35-50 per cent lower among people who ate breakfast compared to those who frequently missed the first meal of the day. Insulin resistance syndrome i...

Switching drugs regularly improves HIV treatment

..NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - When HIV-infected patients alternated their drug regimen every three months, their virus levels stayed down longer than when one regimen was administered continuously. ..That news comes from the SWATCH (SWitching Antiviral Therapy Combination against HIV-1) study. Dr. Javier Martinez-Picado, of Hospital Germans Trias I Pujol in Badalona, Spain, and others examined th...

Exercising regularly can reduce the risk of Parkinson’s diseas

According to researchers from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), exercise routine started in early adulthood may reduce the risk of having Parkinson’s disease.// ....Parkinson’s disease is a disease of the nerves that affect people in their middle ages. Some symptoms of the condition are muscle tremor, muscle rigidity and inability to maintain a posture. The disease affects the brain cells...

Experts Insist That Neonatal Herpes Be Reported Regularly

Experts are of the opinion that infection of newborns with herpes type 1 and 2 should be routinely reported to the authorities. Currently this is not an established procedure in most cases... ..In a commentary published in the September issue of the // journal Sexually Transmitted Diseases, researchers in herpes infections, from University of Washington Center for AIDS and STD in Seattle, point o...

Wounds Heal 25% Faster In Older Adults Who Exercise Regularly

Here is another feather in the crown of physical exercisers. A new study in older adults finds that regular exercise may speed up the wound-healing process by as much as 25 percent//. ..The faster that a wound heals, the less chance it will become infected. ..The results appear in a recent issue of the Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences. ..This is the first time such an enhancement assoc...

Women Fail to Take Calcium Pills Regularly; High Risk of Bone Fractures

Despite the fact that calcium supplementation reduces risk of bone fractures in older women, most women fail to take in calcium supplements regularly, a new study has found// . The greatest challenge therefore is to encourage women to take the pills everyday, said the researchers. .. ..The researchers recruited nearly 1,460 healthy women over 70 years of age for the study to determine their comp...

Caretakers Don’t Use Blood Pressure Drugs Regularl

A researcher at Tulane University, Marie Krousel-Wood says people involved in caretaking responsibilities were three times less likely taking blood pressure medications than others. And people who don’t visit //clinics are 2 times more likely to report less intake of BP drugs. ..‘Nationally we know that only one in three people with high blood pressure have the condition under control. Poor adhe...

Patients Miss Appointments...Regularly

More and more patients are not keeping their appointments with their doctors and practice nurses every year, according to a survey conducted by Developing //Patient Partnerships... ..The poll revealed that over 11 million appointments with the doctors were not kept while 5 million practice nurse appointments were missed in UK last year. The problem is more prevalent in London with the North West...

Gays in China Urged to Use Condoms Regularly

The usage of condoms among the gay population will be promoted significantly in China, from next year.// A five-year project is scheduled to be flagged off in the coming year. The program aims to contain the increase in number of HIV infections across the nation. ..The chief focus of the program will be on the homosexual section of the society. They aim to ensure that at least 70% of all gays u...
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