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Amanda Bullock / December 23,2022

Which Sleeping Pill Is Best For Deep Sleep?

Amanda Bullock / December 17,2022

COVID-19 vaccine statistics: Rare side effects – Nebraska Medicine

COVID-19 vaccine statistics: Rare side effects – Nebraska Medicine

At the time of publication, 10 billion COVID-19 vaccines have been administered globally, with over half (57%) of the world’s population completing an initial vaccination series.
If you’re considering vaccination, you may be concerned about the long-term risks. You may have heard COVID-19 vaccines can cause blood clots, myocarditis or infertility. 
Ease your uncertainty with fact-checked information by our experts in infectious diseases, urology, cardiology, neurology, maternal and fetal medicine and pediatrics. What follows is a deep dive into the statistics of vaccine side effects versus COVID-19, the disease.
While data is current at the time of publication, check credible sources like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the latest COVID-19 information.

Amanda Bullock / December 12,2022

Intermittent fasting diet intervention may help patients to achieve complete diabetes remission

After an intermittent fasting diet intervention, patients achieved complete diabetes remission, defined as an HbA1c (average blood sugar) level of less than 6.5% at least one year after stopping diabetes medication, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

Intermittent fasting diets have become popular in recent years as an effective weight loss method. With intermittent fasting, you only eat during a specific window of time. Fasting for a certain number of hours each day or eating just one meal a couple of days a week can help your body burn fat. Research shows intermittent fasting can lower your risk of diabetes and heart disease.

Amanda Bullock / December 05,2022

Total Cholesterol Levels Matter Most

Amanda Bullock / November 22,2022

SAM EVIDENCE ORIKUNDA: Dr Paul Ssemogerere wouldn’t have loved Bobi Wine’s speech

It has been a habit of most opposition politicians to take Politics to burials. Most dramatic events that Ugandans have watched oftenly happen at burials and this is very wrong. As Africans we believe that when a person dies, he or should be accorded the highest honor during the burial because that’s his final day on earth. That is why we choose to speak only good things about them during eulogies, Even when we are aware that the person has been very bad at least you look for one or two good things about them and that’s what we usually speak about.

This is also done by religious leaders during their speeches and preaching, whereas it has been debatable that when someone dies and the person has been very bad, people should speak about it but I think it hasn’t been embraced by most people and that’s what defines us as Africans.

Amanda Bullock / November 02,2022

Can You Mix Formula And Breast Milk In The Same Bottle?

Amanda Bullock / October 10,2022

Best Pharmacy Schools in Miami

Amanda Bullock / October 10,2022

Study explores links between people taking multiple medications and dementia diagnosis

Study explores links between people taking multiple medications and dementia diagnosis

Study explores links between people taking multiple medications and dementia diagnosis

People with dementia are likely to have taken more than three medications for other health conditions in the five years directly before their diagnosis, according to new research.

The study is the first to provide an in-depth exploration of the links between evolving polypharmacy – which involves a patient being prescribed more than one drug at any given time – and a dementia diagnosis.

Published in the Aging and Disease journal, it is based on an analysis of the records of more than 33,000 dementia patients in Wales between 1990 to 2015.

Amanda Bullock / October 04,2022

“CHEMICAL VALLEY” DOCUMENTARY in Kanawha River Valley on Public Review

 

 

The Kanawha River valley has been “chemical valley” from the days of the salt industry in the early 1800’s.

W.Va. Chemical Valley Featured In Film Documentaries

From the Broadcast Article of West Virginia Public Broadcasting, October 5, 2022

West Virginia’s community of Institute is featured in two documentaries that examine environmental safety and accountability. The mini-documentaries are part of the series “Films for Our Future” and are hosted by Our Future West Virginia and the North Carolina production company, Working Films.

Chemical Valley’ follows the community of Institute in Kanawha County and explores the conflict of an economy dependent on chemical plants.

Out of Air’ examines what happens when environmental resources are turned into a commodity and ultimately who benefits.

Amanda Bullock / October 01,2022

Synchysis Scintillans In Dogs

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