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Plant-Based Diets May Help Manage Asthma; Whereas Dairy Products And High-Fat Foods May Worsen It: Study

Plant-Based Diets May Help Manage Asthma; Whereas Dairy Products And High-Fat Foods May Worsen It: Study

Plant-based diet has long been touted as one of the most effective diets with several health benefits. A study published in Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that plant-based diet can reduce heart-failure risk by as much 41 percent, as compared to diets rich in fried food and …

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Measuring Social Distancing to Slow COVID-19

FRIDAY, March 27, 2020 (HealthDay News) — It takes multiple measures of social distancing to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, a study from Singapore concludes. That finding is based on a computer model of a simulated setting in Singapore. Coronavirus cases are on the rise there, but …

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Diet And Nutrition Could Have A Great Impact On Gut: Study

Diet And Nutrition Could Have A Great Impact On Gut: Study

What you eat could affect your gut health in a big way. For the unversed, gut refers to a community of microbes that reside in our system. Good bacteria could do wonders for your digestion, immunity and more. According to a latest study, nutrition and diet have a great impact …

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Multi-Level Distancing Is Best Against COVID-19: Study

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March 24, 2020 — A combination of quarantine, school closures, and work-from-home measures is the most effective way to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to a new study in The Lancet Infectious Diseases. Cities and states across the U.S. are using each of those approaches, but they vary. …

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Study Suggests Multiple Shedding Routes

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What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: FEBRUARY 21, 2020 — The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) responsible for the COVID-19 global outbreak may have multiple infection routes, according to a study published online February 17 in Emerging Microbes & Infection. “We detected the virus in oral swabs, anal swabs, and blood,” write Wei …

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Eating Tofu Daily May Give You A Healthy Heart: Study

Eating Tofu Daily May Give You A Healthy Heart: Study

Also soy foods and ingredients contain varying concentrations of isoflavones. If you are a tofu fan, you would be delighted to know that the vegan wonder may give you a healthy heart too. According to a latest study eating tofu daily could prove beneficial as eating food that contain higher …

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Excess Sugar Intake Increases Risk Of Death Irrespective Of Your Weight: Study

Excess Sugar Intake Increases Risk Of Death Irrespective Of Your Weight: Study

Whether you are obese or not, eating excess sugar will prove harmful to your health, a recent study reveals. A new research in fruit flies indicates that high consumption of sugar may kill you irrespective of your body weight, and that the risk of early death is unrelated to metabolic …

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With Minimal Evidence, Trump Asks F.D.A. to Study Malaria Drugs for Coronavirus

With Minimal Evidence, Trump Asks F.D.A. to Study Malaria Drugs for Coronavirus

President Trump on Thursday exaggerated the potential of drugs available to treat the new coronavirus, including an experimental antiviral treatment and decades-old malaria remedies that hint of promise but so far show limited evidence of healing the sick. No drug has been approved to treat the new coronavirus, and doctors …

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Coronavirus Death Rate in Wuhan Is Lower than Previously Thought, Study Finds

Coronavirus Death Rate in Wuhan Is Lower than Previously Thought, Study Finds

A new study reports that people who became sick from the coronavirus in the Chinese city where the outbreak began likely had a lower death rate than previously thought. The study, published Thursday in the journal Nature Medicine, calculated that people with coronavirus symptoms in Wuhan, China, had a 1.4 …

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Another Study Finds COVID-19 Typically Mild for Kids

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By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 17, 2020 (HealthDay News) — New research adds to evidence that children infected with COVID-19 have less severe symptoms than adults with the coronavirus. Researchers analyzed the cases of 731 children in China with laboratory test-confirmed cases of the coronavirus and …

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