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Would your ability to resist a tantalizing cookie improve if you had to wait a few seconds before you could reach for it? The idea that natural urges 'die down' with time seems intuitive, but new research shows that it's being reminded about what not to do, not the passage of time, that actually…
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A new study uses passages from movies to analyze the acceptability of violence against women in couple relationships. Intimate partner violence against women by their male partners is a widespread phenomenon across countries and cultures, although in varying degrees. It is the most common form of…
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Foods that are more - or less - delicious than we expect can also cause mood changes. We all know what it's like to take a bite of something expecting one taste and getting another - it can be an enjoyable or disgusting experience. New research reveals that being pleasantly surprised or…
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Research into a simple, accurate and low risk blood test that can detect fetal blood group, sex, and genetic conditions in unborn babies, report scientists. The new, simple and safe DNA blood test could spell the end of invasive amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling, they say.
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Negative body image significantly increases the risk of obesity regardless of whether youth have depression, according to researchers. For the study's purposes, persons with a body mass index of 30 or more were considered obese.
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High job demands, stress and job insecurity are among the main reasons why people go to work when they are ill, according to new British research. The study aims to improve understanding of the key causes of employees going to work when sick, known as presenteeism, and to help make managers more…
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Experts continue to hunt for variations linked to homosexuality.
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People who mostly eat meals prepared at home may have a slightly lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Eating more homemade meals may be associated with less weight gain over time, which could contribute to a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
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Commuting by public transportation is linked to a lower risk of having high blood pressure, diabetes, and overweight than commuting by car or bike.
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People who moved from a neighborhood that required a vehicle to run errands to one that made walking-errands convenient were significantly less likely to have high blood pressure than people who moved from one low-walkability neighborhood to another low-walkability neighborhood. Specifically,…
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Even though heart disease and stroke are the No. 1 killer of US women, few women say they feel a personal connection to cardiovascular disease, according to a nationally representative survey. Knowing another woman with heart disease raised personal concern for heart disease.The survey also found…
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Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis symptoms were significantly lessened in patients who underwent bariatric -- or weight loss -- surgery, according to researchers. According to the study's authors, the findings suggest that losing excess weight may improve symptoms in people who have these lifelong…
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Rheumatoid arthritis patients are twice as likely as the average person to develop heart disease, but a new study shows that efforts to prevent heart problems and diagnose and treat heart disease early may be paying off.
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Injecting ozone gas into the knee reduces pain and improves functioning and quality of life in people with knee osteoarthritis, according to new research.
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Providing financial incentives to both primary care physicians and patients leads to a greater reduction in low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in patients than paying only the physician or only the patient, according to a new study. The study is the first to test physician-only and…
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Among patients with peripheral artery disease and intermittent claudication (cramping pain in the legs due to poor circulation in the arteries, aggravated by walking), a combination therapy of endovascular revascularization (an invasive procedure to improve blood flow in an artery) followed by…
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Despite efforts to increase gender diversity in cardiology, major differences in job characteristics and pay persist between men and women who treat heart patients, according to a new study.
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Using a video to train family members of patients at risk for cardiac arrest in CPR may be just as effective as using the traditional hands-on method with a manikin, according to new research. The findings suggest simplified and more cost-effective approaches may be useful for disseminating CPR…
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A new study shows that treating rheumatoid arthritis patients toward a target of remission or low disease activity works immediately and leads to higher remission rates.
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Being overweight or obese can reduce the likelihood of achieving sustained remission of early rheumatoid arthritis, according to new research findings.
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A new study shows certain fractures due to osteoporosis can cause premature death in people 45 and older. This is the largest study, to date, that shows a connection between these fractures and premature death.
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Two new studies show a person's diet can significantly affect his or her chance of developing rheumatoid arthritis.
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Mycophenolate mofitil is as effective as cyclophosphamide in treating interstitial lung disease in people with scleroderma, according to new research.
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Spacing exercise-based physical therapy sessions over a 12-month period while using three additional "booster" sessions periodically has been shown to be more cost effective than alternative physical therapy strategies in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis.
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Cardiovascular disease deaths are declining in people who have been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis after the year 2000, according to new research. This decline is found when compared to people diagnosed with RA in previous decades as well as when compared to people without the disease –…
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