Drinking green leaf tea, instead of black, may help you live longer, new study implies

Drinking tea a minimum of thrice every week could reduce the risk of dying from heart problems and is linked with a longer and healthier life, at least in China, new research suggests. Chinese researchers found the rewards associated with tea were more pronounced for drinkers of green, rather than black tea, and regarding those... Continue Reading →

U.S. Alcohol-Related Deaths Have Doubled, Study Says

More Americans are ordering more rounds, which is leading to more funerals, according to new research on alcohol-related deaths. Looking at data beginning with the National Center for Health Statistics, researchers estimate deaths from alcohol-related problems have more than doubled during the last nearly twenty years. Death certificates spanning 2017 indicate nearly 73,000 people died... Continue Reading →

Testosterone treatment should be given just for sexual dysfunction, the guideline suggests

Men in search of improved energy and memory aren't going to find it in testosterone treatment, which should be used in older men just for sexual dysfunction, according to researchers, as well as a new guideline published Monday. The only scientifically proven use for the hormone in older men with age-related low testosterone levels is... Continue Reading →

The Types of Depression

Depression will take many forms. Seasonal affective disorder, clinical depression, and bipolar depression, and postpartum depression are commonly diagnosed types of depression. Conditions that can include substance abuse or maybe an eating disorder could be confused with depression and can render any depression rather an effort to diagnose. Other conditions can worsen a case of... Continue Reading →

Learn how to wash your hands properly, per doctors

Hopefully, washing your hands serves as a mechanical and frequent a part of your daily routine. Yet, it never ceases to amaze Dr. Robert Segal, MD, founder of Medical Offices of Manhattan, the actual number full-grown adults accomplish a less-than dream at hand-washing. "As a medical doctor, I have to be careful about keeping my... Continue Reading →

Even with early treatment, HIV still attacks young brains, study says

Many children living with HIV today are in sub-Saharan Africa. While early antiretroviral therapy, or ART, has ensured less deadly outcomes for little ones managing and subject to HIV, studies show the HIV most likely will prohibit the brain. HIV may disrupt neurodevelopment, affecting how children learn, reason operates.  To get some inspiration Michael Boivin,... Continue Reading →

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