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  • CPAP for Sleep Apnea Does Not Help the Heart

    CPAP for Sleep Apnea Does Not Help the Heart0

    Sleep apnea sufferers are at a heightened risk for heart disease, and since continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines are one of the most common sleep apnea treatments, it makes sense that this treatment would help reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. However, a new study has discovered that using a CPAP machine

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  • Drinking Too Much Coffee Could be in Your Genes

    Drinking Too Much Coffee Could be in Your Genes0

    If you wonder why it feels like you need ten cups of coffee to make it through the day while your coworker gets along just fine with their one morning drink, researchers may have found the answer. A new study has linked coffee consumption to a particular gene, with genetic variations determining who will stick

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  • Hating Your Early Career Can Affect Health in Your 40s

    Hating Your Early Career Can Affect Health in Your 40s0

    The first job out of school often involves filing, data entry, and other grunt work, but workers can move up into jobs they love as their career advances. However, a new study has found that even as workers move on in their careers, having a job they hate in their 20s and 30s can have

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  • Fertility Challenged Americans Find Financial Relief & New Hope, in Cross-Border Prescription Referral Services

    Fertility Challenged Americans Find Financial Relief & New Hope, in Cross-Border Prescription Referral Services0

    U.S. birthrates hit record lows as incidences of infertility & cost of related treatments climb. Canadian-based prescription referral services like FertilityDrugsOnline.com offer financial relief to cash-strapped Americans struggling to conceive naturally. WINNIPEG, MANITOBA (PRWEB) AUGUST 23, 2016 Recent U.S. infertility statistics paint a clear picture of plummeting birthrates while incidences of both infertility and the

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  • Stem Cells Healed Brain Damage After Stroke

    Stem Cells Healed Brain Damage After Stroke0

    A stroke can be devastating, causing permanent brain damage with few treatment options. Now researchers may be one step closer to a cure for stroke damage after they used stem cells to heal damaged mouse brains. The study comes from Berislav Zlokovic, M.D., Ph.D. at the University of Southern California (USC) along with other researchers,

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