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How Baby Boomers Could Transform the Health Care Industry

Each day since January 1, 2011, another 10,000 baby boomers turn 65, and the health care industry is already feeling the strain. If the health care industry hopes to meet the needs of this independent, socially and politically active generation, it will need to evolve quickly over the next couple of decades. The Patient Protection […]

Unsaturated Fat Prevents the Formation of Abdominal Fat Tissu

Unsaturated Fat Prevents the Formation of Abdominal Fat Tissu

Unsaturated fats build less fat tissue compared to saturated fat, which promotes the storing of more fat and lesser muscle development. The study was conducted by the researchers from Uppsala University, on a group of people which were given muffins in order to gain more weight. An Unsaturated-fat Muffin a Day Keeps Fat Away The […]

Nurse Research

Nurse Researchers: Scientists and Investigators Who Heal

Research nurses work to support the practice of nursing by improving the quality of care given to patients in clinical, palliative and home settings. An evidence-based area of practice that often partners with other disciplines, nurse researchers are important for expanding knowledge and care. Because they are nurses first, research nurses takes their cues and […]

Fatigue

Kratom: What Is It Good For?

For centuries, the people of Southeast Asia have chewed the leaves of the kratom treefor reasons similar to why Americans drink coffee: its chemicals’ compounds will perk you right up, but the plant hasmuch more to offer. In fact, kratom has been utilized as a bit of a wonder drug in traditional medicine for hundreds […]

Vodka Consumption Linked to High Death Rates in Russia

Vodka Consumption Linked to High Death Rates in Russia

Vodka, the Russian universal drink might be connecting people with their tombs. Everyone knows how passionate are the Russian’s for their drink, but studies have shown a strong link between heavy vodka drinkers and premature deaths.Poisoning by smuggled or illicit vodka are also an issue. The government is trying to reduce the vodka consumption by […]

Improper Sleep

Improper Sleep Encourages the Cancer Growth

It is a scientifically proved that sleep can influence our health in a very unpredictable way but in case of a recent studies it was demonstrated that the plain old quality rest can have a major impact on cancer cells evolution. A study conducted in US on a group of two mice groups using the […]

Sex Life Quality

Social Status Linked to Sex Life Quality

As strange as it may sound, according to the latest researches, the socio-economic status of people seems to affect their sexual satisfaction, especially in case of women. This means that the women who have a higher socio-economic status usually have a more satisfying sex life. The Research In order to reach their conclusions, the researchers […]

Flu Season in US

Increasing Number of Cases During The Flu Season in US

The latest official reports say that the influenza continues to spread among the citizens and by now in 35 states there is widespread influenza activity. It looks like the disease is the hardest on young and middle-aged people instead of elderly people and children. Statistics So far there have been 2,262 people admitted to the […]

When Charitable Giving Does Medical Research

The focus of someone’s charitable giving can run the gamut. From saving the whales and lemurs to working to abolish homelessness or illiteracy, doing good with your dollars and cents can look as different as night and day. One increasingly common way that charitable giving looks to do more good is through the work of […]

Mentally Ill More Likely to Use Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs

Mentally Ill More Likely to Use Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs

Based on the latest research, compared to the general population, drug, tobacco, and alcohol use is a lot higher in case of people with some kind of psychotic disorder. The latest research is said to have been the largest handling the different habits of the population with psychiatric illnesses. The Study In order to reach […]