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Tons Of People Say They’re Losing Their Hair On The Keto Diet

Okay, so you’re on the keto diet and losing some serious weight—but you’re also noticing a little more hair in the shower drain…and in your hair brush…and all over your clothes. What gives? Is keto to blame? Unfortunately, maybe. The Instagram hashtag #ketohairloss is full of horror stories (and before-and-after pics) of people who started

US measles cases hit highest level in 25 years, officials say

New York City declares public health emergency over measles outbreak Measles outbreak spreads throughout New York State with three major areas being affected: Rockland County, Brooklyn and Westchester County; Bryan Llenas reports. The number of measles cases reported so far this year has reached their highest level in 25 years, officials announced Wednesday. 61 new cases have

Things Your Fingernails Say About Your Health

You’ve probably heard that you can learn a lot from your fingernails. But are you aware of just how many health issues you can spot just from looking at your hands? With help from WebMD, we take a look at 15 things your fingernails say about your health. (Page 13 may shock you.) 1. A

Kitchen Garden: I just called to say I clove you

The Department of Broccoli is an inspired name for a venture developed last year at Canberra City Farm by Evan Turnbull and Katie Mills of Hughes. They appeared in a Kitchen Garden column in May 2017, when Evan was making blocks of frozen pesto from a huge crop of basil and Creole Long Storers garlic

Common antibiotic doctors say could give you organ failure

Common antibiotic doctors say could give you organ failure as millions of Britons are at risk of devastating permanent side effect as a result of over-prescribing Some 2,500 Britons a year are killed as a result of antibiotic resistant super bugs  Some patients suffer devastating side effects using common antibiotics Patients can suffer ruptured tendons

Simple blood and saliva tests could help prevent heart attacks

Simple blood and saliva tests that cost just £40 could help prevent heart attacks, scientists say Major study proves that scientists can identify people at risk of a heart attack  Scientists found DNA testing can be used to spot those with increased risk Currently more than 190,000 people suffer a heart attack in the UK each year

As Alzheimer’s numbers grow among Latinos, need for research grows too, say experts

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) has awarded scientists at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and San Diego State University (SDSU) with a five-year, $4 million grant to boost the number of Latino and other underrepresented minority researchers studying Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and related dementias afflicting seniors of Latino origins, a demographic

Breast milk no different to formula, say two thirds of Britons

Two-thirds of Britons wrongly believe breast milk is no different to formula products, despite experts insisting it can’t be replicated in labs The UK has one of the lowest breastfeeding rates in the world, says documentary Experts stress that many nutrients in breast milk cannot be replicated artificially Breast milk gives babies natural painkillers, aids

Pediatricians say no to spanking

(HealthDay)—Most U.S. pediatricians say spanking is a bad way to discipline children. “In the past couple of decades, a tremendous amount of research has come out that shows hitting children is counterproductive and leads to more harm than good,” said Catherine Taylor, author of a new survey on the subject. “I hope that pediatricians will

Primary care providers say Michigan’s Medicaid expansion helped patients’ health and work

Extending medical insurance to low-income Michigan residents meant they had better access to health care, earlier detection of serious illnesses, better care for existing health problems and improved ability to work, attend school and live independently, according to a newly published survey of primary care providers. Published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine by

Health gadgets experts say are worth buying

From a water spout that clears blocked sinuses to the fork that helps you eat less: Health gadgets experts say are worth buying! Whether it’s to lose weight, sleep better or help you manage after an operation, there’s always a new gadget claiming to boost our health in some way.  We waste billions on such

Researchers say chronic dizziness can result from, or trigger, psychiatric disorders

While most cases of chronic dizziness result from a physical disorder, psychiatric issues can be a cause—or a consequence—of chronic dizziness, according to research published The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. Chronic dizziness can result from a number of underlying health problems, most commonly involving neurologic, vestibular and cardiac diseases. For patients who have