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Coastal dwellers more likely to meet physical activity guidelines than inland dwellers

Coastal dwellers more likely to meet physical activity guidelines than inland dwellers

People who live close to the coast are more likely to meet physical activity guidelines than inland dwellers, finds a new study released today. [More]
New findings link obesity and dietary factors to late-life dementias

New findings link obesity and dietary factors to late-life dementias

Difficulties learning, remembering, and concentrating. An inability to resist environmental temptations to eat. A lifetime of progressive deterioration in the brain. [More]
European experts publish common vision of priorities for marine research

European experts publish common vision of priorities for marine research

Some 340 European scientists, policy-makers and other experts representing 143 organizations from 31 countries spoke with one voice today, publishing a common vision of today's most pressing marine-related health and economic threats and opportunities. [More]
DiabeticWatchers launches web-based app to create awareness, prevention of diabetes

DiabeticWatchers launches web-based app to create awareness, prevention of diabetes

DiabeticWatchers announced today the official launch of DiabeticWatchers.com, a web based and mobile application devoted to creating awareness and prevention of diabetes, through community outreach campaigns, and offering cutting edge technology to help those living with diabetes to manage the disease. [More]
Women may halve their stroke risk through healthy living, new study shows

Women may halve their stroke risk through healthy living, new study shows

Women who follow a healthy lifestyle may be cutting their risk of stroke by more than 50%, report Swedish researchers. [More]
Healthy and active ageing improves quality of life

Healthy and active ageing improves quality of life

30 years ago, the elderly were not expected to be active at all – they were actually advised not to exercise as it was considered dangerous. [More]
Isis Pharmaceuticals secures $18 million from GSK to advance ISIS-TTR Rx Phase 2/3 study

Isis Pharmaceuticals secures $18 million from GSK to advance ISIS-TTR Rx Phase 2/3 study

Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announced today that it has earned an $18 million milestone payment from GlaxoSmithKline related to the advancement of the Phase 2/3 study of ISIS-TTRRx in patients with familial amyloid polyneuropathy (FAP). [More]
HerStory app helps women with breast cancer to share their voices with other patients

HerStory app helps women with breast cancer to share their voices with other patients

As physicians spend less time with their patients, often as little as 10-15 minutes per appointment, they grow increasingly wary of the limited emotional support they can provide within that time frame. [More]
Women with healthy diet and lifestyle less likely to have stroke

Women with healthy diet and lifestyle less likely to have stroke

Women with a healthy diet and lifestyle may be less likely to have a stroke by more than half, according to a study published in the October 8, 2014, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. [More]
Overuse of cardiac stress testing with imaging increases healthcare costs

Overuse of cardiac stress testing with imaging increases healthcare costs

In a new study recently published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center concluded that overuse of cardiac stress testing with imaging has led to rising healthcare costs and unnecessary radiation exposure to patients. [More]

Law experts, psychiatrists discuss legal changes that affect evidence in murder cases

Law experts from the Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies at Northumbria University have discussed with psychiatrists the legal changes that affect their evidence in murder cases. [More]
Loyola Medicine, Gilda's Club Chicago launch new transition program for cancer survivors

Loyola Medicine, Gilda's Club Chicago launch new transition program for cancer survivors

Loyola Medicine and Gilda's Club Chicago are launching a new program to help cancer survivors make the transition from active treatment to post-treatment care. [More]
Restoration Robotics achieves major milestone: Ships 100th ARTAS Robotic System

Restoration Robotics achieves major milestone: Ships 100th ARTAS Robotic System

Restoration Robotics, Inc. announces a major milestone - the shipment of the 100th ARTAS Robotic System to Hasson & Wong Aesthetic Hair Surgery in Vancouver, BC. [More]
Kessler Foundation's Guang Yue to study impact of high-effort training on muscle weakness

Kessler Foundation's Guang Yue to study impact of high-effort training on muscle weakness

Guang Yue, PhD, of Kessler Foundation has been awarded an NIH grant for$1,962,767 to study the impact of high-effort training on the muscle weakness that impairs quality life among many individuals with cancer. [More]
Only 40% of Canadians exercise to cope with stress, study finds

Only 40% of Canadians exercise to cope with stress, study finds

A research study out of McMaster University has found that only 40 per cent of Canadians exercise to cope with stress. [More]
Energy drinks increase frequency of insomnia, nervousness in athletes

Energy drinks increase frequency of insomnia, nervousness in athletes

A study analysing the positive and negative effects of energy drinks on athletes has seen that, although in principle their sports performance was seen to improve by between 3% and 7%, there was also an increase in the frequency of insomnia, nervousness and the level of stimulation in the hours following competition. [More]
Researchers reveal that drug-food interactions may endanger mountaineer’s health

Researchers reveal that drug-food interactions may endanger mountaineer’s health

University of the Basque Country researchers have studied the nutritional and health situations existing at high altitudes as well as the routinely used nutritional ergogenic and pharmacological aids. According to their study, the possible interactions between drugs and food and nutrients taken may endanger the mountaineer’s health if all this is not conducted under strict control. [More]
Montmorency cherry concentrate helps reduce effects of gout

Montmorency cherry concentrate helps reduce effects of gout

Drinking Montmorency concentrate significantly helps to reduce the effects of the painful condition gout, according to new research. [More]
Resistance exercise can improve episodic memory, shows study

Resistance exercise can improve episodic memory, shows study

Here's another reason why it's a good idea to hit the gym: it can improve memory. A new Georgia Institute of Technology study shows that an intense workout of as little as 20 minutes can enhance episodic memory, also known as long-term memory for previous events, by about 10 percent in healthy young adults. [More]
Genetic susceptibility to psychosocial stress can increase risk of cardiovascular disease

Genetic susceptibility to psychosocial stress can increase risk of cardiovascular disease

A new genetic finding from Duke Medicine suggests that some people who are prone to hostility, anxiety and depression might also be hard-wired to gain weight when exposed to chronic stress, leading to diabetes and heart disease. [More]