August 2014


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Vitamin D Deficiency May Contribute to Pelvic Floor Disorders in Women


Not getting enough vitamin D may cause women problems in the bathroom as well as with their bones.

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“You could say I’ve been unlucky in love,” a young man told me during a recent consultation.

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Study: Infertility Increases a Man's Risk for Prostate Cancer

Infertile men have a higher risk of developing high grade prostate cancer, which is more likely to grow and spread quickly, according to a new study.   

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Gene Regulation Determines Individuality, Study

A team of US and German scientists has found that we differ from each more because of the way our genes are regulated, such as which are switched on and which are switched off, than because of the differences among the genes themselves

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Mediterranean Diet May Increase Success of Infertility Treatments

The Mediterranean Diet seems to be the wunderkind in the weight loss world, ranked as one of the Top 10 most popular diets,, it has been studied extensively over the past several years and found to produce numerous health benefits.

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Risk of Death Persists After a Hip Fracture

Older men and women who break a hip are five to eight times more likely to die in the first three months after the fracture, a new study by Belgian researchers has found.

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Suffocation Danger To Young Babies In Sling Carriers: US Consumers Warned

US consumers are being warned about the dangers of carrying babies up to four months old in a sling carrier as there is a possible risk of them suffocating if carried incorrectly.

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High Fiber Diet May Influence COPD Risk

Dietary fiber, also known as roughage, is probably best known for its ability to prevent or relieve constipation, but fiber can provide many other health benefits as well.

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Studies: Statins, Fibrates to Lower Fats, Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Do Not Reduce Heart Attack Risk in Diabetics


Key results from a landmark federal study are in, and the results are disappointing for diabetics: Adding drugs to drive blood pressure and blood-fats lower than current targets did not prevent heart problems, and in some cases caused harmful side effects.

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Heart Patients With Ailment Had Twice the Heart Attacks, Deaths


A new study suggests that men with heart problems may have double the risk of death if they also suffer from erectile dysfunction.

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