Top News: #Health

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woman-lying-on-sofa13 Ways Inflammation Can Affect Your Health:

You can’t live without inflammation, but it can also be hazardous to your health Read more

When Grief Won’t Relent:

Bereavement — how one responds and adjusts to the death of a loved one — is a very individual matter. It is natural to experience a host of negative reactions in the weeks and months following the loss of a loved one: among them, sadness, difficulty sleeping, painful reminders of the person, difficulty enjoying activities once shared, even anger. Read more




HIV attacking cellNew, aggressive form of HIV identified in Cuba:

Cuba, a variant of HIV that is much more aggressive than other known forms of the virus has been documented. Patients infected with this new variant progress to AIDS so rapidly that they may not even know they are infected, with AIDS symptoms occurring within 3 years of infection. Read more 


The Real Bad Egg is Sugar:

A nutrition advisory panel that helps shape the country’s official dietary guidelines eased some of its previous restrictions on fat and cholesterol on Thursday and recommended sharp new limits on the amount of added sugar that Americans should consume. Read more



1 in 5 Sore Throats Tied to Scary Bacteria, Study Finds1 in 5 Sore Throats Tied to Scary Bacteria, Study Finds:

MONDAY, Feb. 16, 2015 (HealthDay News) — A potentially deadly bacteria is responsible for one in five sore throats in young adults, a new study suggests.Read more



dnaNew map of human genetics contains clues for Alzheimer’s and cancer:

Alzheimer’s disease may involve the immune system, and researchers might have figured out how to pinpoint the origin of a cancer that has spread prior to diagnosis. These are just some of the findings reported today in a series of studies published in the Naturejournals, which detail a largely unmapped portion of human genetics — and could lead to new treatments for everything from high blood pressure to arthritis and cancer. Read more