Friday, 23 August 2019

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  • Kristen Bell Reveals Her Daughter Was Rushed to ER for First Time After She Slammed Finger in Door - Kristen Bell is feeling fortunate after taking her daughter to the emergency room for the first time. In an Instagram post on Thursday, The Good Place actress, 39, revealed that she recently made an unexpected visit to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles after one of her daughters accidentally slammed her finger...
  • Scientists Develop Ground-Breaking New Therapy That Could Change The Way We Treat Cancer - A ground-breaking new therapy that harnesses the body’s immune system to recognise and attack cancer cells is set to change the future of how we treat the disease. Researchers from the Centre for Cancer Biology have announced phase 1 of a clinical trial that tests how genetically modified white blood...
  • Eczema treatment: Avoiding this food could help reduce the inflammation - Eczema treatments usually prescribed by GPs are emollients (moisturisers applied to the skin to stop the dryness), topical corticosteroids (creams and ointments to reduce swelling and flare-ups), and antihistamines (to stop the itching). But treatments can work for different people, and natural remedies may prove more effective. Dr Thornber, chief...
  • Eczema treatment: Avoiding this food could help reduce the inflammation - Eczema treatments usually prescribed by GPs are emollients (moisturisers applied to the skin to stop the dryness), topical corticosteroids (creams and ointments to reduce swelling and flare-ups), and antihistamines (to stop the itching). But treatments can work for different people, and natural remedies may prove more effective. Dr Thornber, chief...
  • Pregnant Milla Jovovich Cradles Growing Baby Bump in New Family Pic - Bumping along! Pregnant Milla Jovovich gave her Instagram followers a glimpse of her baby bump progress in a Thursday, August 22, family photo. “HAPPY 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY TO MY AMAZING HUSBAND!!!” the pregnant actress, 43, captioned the social media upload honoring Paul W.S. Anderson. “It’s so crazy to see how...
  • Serelaxin does not lower CV death in acute heart failure - (HealthDay)—An infusion of serelaxin does not result in a lower incidence of death from cardiovascular causes or worsening of heart failure among patients hospitalized for acute heart failure, according to a study published in the Aug. 22 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Marco Metra, M.D., from the...
  • CISO security tips for managing hybrid cloud deployments - Quite rapidly, healthcare providers have evolved from a deep skepticism, if not outright opposition to cloud deployment, to something approaching enthusiastic embrace. Indeed, with their security concerns having been allayed in recent years, more than a few security professionals are pushing toward cloud-first, if not cloud-exclusive hosting strategies. As this...
  • Put more milk in your tea to stay healthy, experts say - The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) will today publish four guides outlining how different beverages can affect health. They recommend lower fat milk for children and young adults and whole milk for older drinkers. BNF science director Sara Stanner said: “We are a nation of tea and coffee drinkers, and these drinks...
  • The new contrast agent makes MRI safer - Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital have developed a new, possibly safer contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The new medium-manganese-based allows a good visualization of tumors and leaves the body much faster than currently used contrast agents. In the journal "Investigative Radiology" Prof. Dr. Eric M. Gale and...
  • Daily Fitness Challenge: Can you do high knees for a minute? - High knees are a classic move that will work up a sweat in seconds. It may seem easy, but if you’re really driving your knees up towards your chest – you’ll soon start to feel it. Go for a minute at the end of your workout for a final cardio...
Personal Health

The new contrast agent makes MRI safer

Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital have developed a new, possibly safer contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The new medium-manganese-based allows a good visualization of tumors a...

Botched Lip Injections Leave Multiple Women With Oozing and Extremely...

It may seem like everyone and their mother is getting lip fillers these days, but before you sign up for a pout that could rival Kylie Jenner's, it's important to vet the professional you're trus...

Why smokers eat Apples and tea should drink

“An Apple a day keeps the doctor away”: the word could be an international study, something that is especially for smokers and drinkers. And especially when the fruit is enjoyed with a Cup of tea. B...

Women are not better multi-taskers and this myth is dangerous

Contrary to the widespread opinion that women are the new Notes that is not generally better at Multitasking than men. Researchers working with Patricia Hirsch by the RWTH Aachen University had the Numbers 48 w...
Health Problems

In cystic fibrosis, lungs feed deadly bacteria

In cystic fibrosis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a much-feared pathogen. The bacterium easily colonizes the lungs of people with cystic fibrosis, leading to chronic infections that are almost impossible to eradica...

What the Trump home dialysis plan would really look like

Mary Epp awoke from a deep sleep to the “high, shrill” sound of her dialysis machine’s alarm. Something was wrong. It was 1 a.m. and Epp, 89, was alone at home in Marion Junction, Ala. No matt...

Protein aggregation: Protein assemblies relevant not only for neurodegenerative disease

Amyloid fibrils play a crucial role in neurodegenerative illnesses. Scientists from Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (HHU) and Forschungszentrum Jülich have now been able to use cryo-electron microscopy (...

Link between brain immune cells and Alzheimer’s disease development identified

Scientists from the University of California, Irvine School of Biological Sciences have discovered how to forestall Alzheimer’s disease in a laboratory setting, a finding that could one day help in devisi...
Beauty & Balance

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Family Health

Kristen Bell Reveals Her Daughter Was Rushed to ER for...

Kristen Bell is feeling fortunate after taking her daughter to the emergency room for the first time. In an Instagram post on Thursday, The Good Place actress, 39, revealed that she recently made an unexpected ...

This Rare Condition Makes You Masturbate and Have Sex in...

It happens at least three times a week: I wake up to find myself masturbating, breathing heavily, and on the brink of an orgasm. I always finish myself off (sorry, TMI) and then fall right back asleep afterward...

Jason Sudeikis' Daughter Daisy, 2½, Can 'Always' Make Him Laugh...

Jason Sudeikis‘ 2½-year-old daughter Daisy Josephine is showing some early signs that she has inherited her dad’s impressive comedic timing. The Angry Birds Movie 2 star and Saturday Night Li...

Amanda Seyfried Says She Wants More Kids – but Isn't...

Amanda Seyfried is loving every moment of her biggest role yet: mom. The actress, 33, shares her 2-year-old daughter (whose name she prefers to keep private) with her husband, fellow actor Thomas Sadoski, whom ...

Why Drew Barrymore Is Now Embracing Her Young Daughters Being...

When you have the talent, you have the talent — and if anyone knows about that, it’s Drew Barrymore. The actress, entrepreneur and mother of two, 44, recently sat down for a talk with the Tod...
Kids Health

Pregnant Milla Jovovich Cradles Growing Baby Bump in New Family...

Bumping along! Pregnant Milla Jovovich gave her Instagram followers a glimpse of her baby bump progress in a Thursday, August 22, family photo. “HAPPY 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY TO MY AMAZING HUSBAND!!!” t...

The 4 Parenting Myths I Won’t Buy

Myth #1: “Having it all” is possible. Myth #2: You must be perfect to raise good kids. Myth #3: True love is sacrifice. Myth #4: Love begins and ends with mom. Source: Read Full Article Related post...

My Ex & I Both Moved Out During Divorce —...

I picked up the keys to my third floor walk-up on a Monday morning in January, exactly two weeks shy of my 41st birthday, in a year that was punctuated by my best friend moving to England and the death of my fi...

Would Seth Rogen Be a Good Dad? His 'Good Boys'...

Looking ahead! Seth Rogen’s Good Boys costars revealed why they think the actor would make a good dad. “He’s always chill and I think we all know why,” Sam Richardson told Us Weekly excl...

The Biggest Mistake Parents Make When It Comes To Youth...

Back-to-school season is also back-to-sports season. While there are summer leagues, many sports time their season to the school calendar. By entering a new grade, many kids may also qualify for a local league ...