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Hoarding can Endanger Lives, Says New Study

...ct and store items considered by most people to be worthless or useless. Little is known about what causes hoarding, but like many mental disorders, it is believed in part to have a genetic cause. In some cases, a loss or other significant life event can trigger hoarding behaviour. Hoarding behaviour may also ...

Probing the Effect of Endurance Exercise on Athletes' Hearts

...wn that the majority of athletes with VA also have worthless right ventricles. The finding adds weight to the hypothesis that endurance sports might contribute to changes in the heart that lead to dysfunction and heart rhythm disturbances, according to the authors of the report published in the European Heart...

Flu Shots-Do we Really Need Them?

... the elderly. To say that the influenza vaccine is worthless is misleading." Gross advised, "My message is definitely go out there and get the flu vaccine if you're an older individual. If you're elderly and feel as though you're getting a flu-like illness, speak to a physician to consider an anti-influenza d...

Hearing voices may be normal

...ggling to overcome a trauma or views themselves as worthless or vulnerable, or other people as aggressive, they may be more likely to interpret their voices as harmful, hostile or powerful. "Conversely, a person who has had more positive life experiences and formed more healthy beliefs about themselves and oth...

Kerr Discourages Transfusion Hepatitis Inquiry

...inquiry, suggesting that it would be expensive and worthless at this point of time, since it will not contribute to benefiting the patients in any manner. In his opinion, it will be wishful thinking to realize the complete transfusion story. Presently, regular blood donors who are infected are already under th...

New Drug, Pleconaril speeds recovery from common cold

...eason why people go to the doctor. Antibiotics are worthless against colds, though doctors often prescribe them anyway. Researchers have developed a drug that speeds recovery from the common cold -- a significant breakthrough for scientists who have been in pursuit of a cure for decades. The new drug, Plecona...

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