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18724 Articles Matching "study"

Dogs can smell when humans are stressed, study suggests

Sep 30, 2022 , CNN Health
There's now scientific evidence shedding more light on one of Barkley's impressive skills in a long list of endearing traits: the ability to smell when you're...
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Survey: Consumers prefer telehealth over in-person visits for routine, mental healthcare

Sep 30, 2022 , Mobile Health News
A J.D. Power study indicates telehealth is the preferred method among consumers for receiving certain types of medical care....
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Proov’s New Study Showing Sustained Elevated Progesterone Levels Increase Clinical Pregnancy Rates By 75%

Sep 30, 2022 , Forbes
Proov, makers of the first and only FDA-cleared PdG-test and the first full cycle tracking kit, today announces first of its kind findings that should help inform the medical community and American women surrounding the role of...
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Coffee lowers risk of heart problems and early death, study says, especially ground and caffeinated

Sep 30, 2022 , CNN Health
A new study found that various types of coffee -- decaffeinated, ground and instant -- could all protect you from heart disease and an early...
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Coffee lowers risk of heart problems and early death, study says

Sep 30, 2022 , CNN Health
Drinking two to three cups a day of most types of coffee may protect you from cardiovascular disease and an early death, a new study found....
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CDC: Keep Family From Catching Your Covid By Isolating In A Separate Room

Sep 30, 2022 , Forbes
A new CDC study shows that isolating in separate rooms significantly reduced the odds of SARS-CoV-2 transmission between household...
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Covid vaccination linked to slight increase in menstrual cycle, NIH study confirms

Sep 29, 2022 , CNBC Health
A change in menstrual cycle length of eight days or less is considered within the normal range of variation, according to...
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People experienced some key personality changes during the pandemic, study finds

Sep 29, 2022 , CNN Health
Many people have felt on edge since the US shut down in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Not only is it normal, but it may be a nationwide change in personality, experts say. How long it lasts and what the impacts are still remain uncertain, they...
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Combining weight training with another activity could lower your risk of early death, study finds

Sep 28, 2022 , CNN Health
Doing a certain amount of aerobic activities and weight training per week could lower your risk of dying early, new research has...
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What you should know about sleep loss and inflammation

Sep 28, 2022 , CNN Health
Chronic sleep deprivation in a small group of healthy adults increased production of immune cells linked to inflammation while also altering the immune cells' DNA, a new study...
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What you should know about sleep loss and inflammation, according to new study

Sep 28, 2022 , CNN Health
Not getting enough sleep changes immune cell DNA, setting us up for inflammation and raising the risk for chronic disease, a new study...
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Study links Covid-19 vaccination to small, temporary change in menstrual cycle

Sep 28, 2022 , CNN Health
People who got the Covid-19 vaccine reported slightly longer menstrual cycles, but the change was temporary, according to a new study published Tuesday in the journal BMJ...
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Medical Cannabis Could Replace Addictive Opioids For Pain Relief, Study Suggests

Sep 28, 2022 , Forbes
Nearly 86% of survey participants reported reduced pain after taking medical...
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Covid-19 Associated With 72% Greater Risk Of Type 1 Diabetes Among Children, Study Shows

Sep 27, 2022 , Forbes
Another study reported a 57% increase in new type 1 diabetes diagnoses among children during the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic compared to the year...
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Dementia May Lead To Greater Risk Of Covid Death Than Previously Thought, Study Suggests

Sep 27, 2022 , Forbes
Conditions like dementia and Alzheimer's left patients even more vulnerable to death from Covid than other pre-existing ailments like heart disease, a new study found....
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Frozen embryos tied to higher risk of high blood pressure-related pregnancy complications, study suggests

Sep 27, 2022 , CNN Health
Pregnancies from in vitro fertilization using frozen embryos appear to be linked to an increased risk of complications related to high blood pressure, or hypertensive disorders, compared with when fresh embryos are used or when a pregnancy is conceived...
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Study: Professional, consumer opinions differ on mental health app quality

Sep 27, 2022 , Mobile Health News
The JMIR study found themes like cost, functionality, progress tracking and educational content were important to...
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Study: Patients immersed in virtual reality during surgery require less anesthesia

Sep 24, 2022 , Mobile Health News
A recent study found patients using virtual reality while undergoing hand surgery required less anesthesia during surgery....
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Blood-Based Biomarkers Help Predict Outcomes After Traumatic Brain Injury

Sep 24, 2022 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
A study funded by the National Institutes of Health found that biomarkers present in the blood on the day of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can accurately predict a patient’s risk of death or severe disability six months later. Measuring these biomarkers may enable a more accurate assessment of pati......
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Study: Limiting out-of-state telehealth could disrupt existing patient-provider relationships

Sep 24, 2022 , Mobile Health News
A recent study found out-of-state telemedicine visits were most common with those who lived near a state border, and were largely for primary and mental...
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