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dementia risk in too much sleep




collision averted at ahmedabad airportbusiness standardthe increased risk was not seen in people who had always slept more than nine hoursroni caryn rabin | nyt  february 25, 2017 last updated at 23:48 isthttp://mybs.in/2utuod7



nasa measuring risks and “significant” cost of crew on maiden sls launch




enlarge/ an artist's conception of an sls launch. nasashare this storyearlier this month, nasa disclosed that the white house asked the agency to consider flying astronauts on the maiden launch of the massive space launch system rocket, known as exploration mission-1 (em-1), instead of using it as ...



loss of smell linked to increased risk of early death




in a study of adults aged 40 to 90 years who were followed for 10 years, poor smell was linked with an increased risk of dying.during the study, 411 of 1774 participants (23%) died. after controlling for demographic, health-related, and cognitive confounders, each additional correctly identified odo...



childhood bullying may lead to increased chronic disease risk in adulthood




march 10, 2017 - being bullied during childhood might have lifelong health effects related to chronic stress exposure--including an increased risk for heart disease and diabetes in adulthood, according to a research review in the march/april issue of the harvard review of psychiatry. the journal is ...



'harmless' painkillers associated with increased risk of cardiac arrest




sophia antipolis, 15 march 2017: painkillers considered harmless by the general public are associated with increased risk of cardiac arrest, according to research published today in the march issue of european heart journal - cardiovascular pharmacotherapy.1non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (nsa...



tooth loss linked to an increased risk of dementia




in a study of 1566 community-dwelling japanese elderly who were followed for 5 years, the risk of developing dementia was elevated in individuals with fewer remaining teeth. individuals with 10-19, 1-9, and no teeth had 62%, 81%, and 63% higher risks of dementia, respectively, than individuals with ...



brca testing on the rise for those without breast or ovarian cancers




galveston, texas - more women are requesting brca gene testing associated with certain types of cancer thanks to increased interest in the procedure. traditionally women tested for mutations in the cancer-susceptibility genes brca1 and brca2 have been those diagnosed with early onset breast or ovari...



some blood thinners may increase heart attack risk




a new study has examined whether different blood thinning medications prescribed to prevent strokes in patients with atrial fibrillation might increase the risk of heart attacks. in the retrospective study of 30,146 patients, investigators found a twofold increased risk in patients taking direct act...



failed fertility therapy associated with increased risk of later cardiac disease




women who undergo fertility therapy, but do not get pregnant, have a higher risk of developing long-term cardiovascular disease, compared with women who become pregnant, according to a new study published in cmaj (canadian medical association journal)."we found that two-thirds of women never became ...



calls for restrictions on ibuprofen after cardiac arrest link




there are calls for tighter restrictions on the sale of all over-the-counter painkillers in australia after an international study found a significant link between ibuprofen use and cardiac arrest. a 10-year danish study of nearly 30,000 patients found the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug...



energy drinks mask alcohol's effects, increase injury risk




piscataway, nj - people who mix highly caffeinated energy drinks with their alcoholic beverages may be at increased risk for injury, according to a review in the march issue of the journal of studies on alcohol and drugs. researchers at the university of victoria's centre for addictions research of ...



suicide risk is higher in first year after deliberate self-harm




new york, ny (march 21, 2017)--new findings suggest that american adults who survive deliberate self-harm are at increased risk of suicide in the first year after such an event, indicating a need to direct clinical interventions in the critical 12 months following such episodes. the suicide risk is ...



survivors of childhood brain tumors have increased body fat




hamilton, on (mar. 22, 2016) - mcmaster university researchers have discovered that while survivors of childhood brain tumours have a similar body mass index (bmi) to healthy children with no cancer, they have more fat tissue overall, and especially around the abdomen.brain tumors are the most commo...



combining risk score tools improves stroke prediction for atrial fibrillation pa




image: combining two independent, scientifically-proven risk measurements allows physicians to better predict an atrial fibrillation patient's risk of stroke or death. the tools also help determine the need for blood thinners... view more credit: intermountain medical centercombining two independen...



alcohol really is good for your heart—most of the time




getty imagesalcohol, in moderation, has a reputation for being healthy for the heart. drinking about a glass of wine for women per day, and two glasses for men, is linked to a lower risk of heart attack, stroke and death from heart disease. (drinking too much, of course, negates these benefits and i...



failed fertility treatments are linked to higher heart risks




getty imageswomen who undergo fertility treatments but don’t get pregnant have an increased risk of developing heart disease later in life, according to a new study. but the overall risk for women in the study was low, and the authors say their findings should not discourage people from seeking re...



failed fertility treatments are linked to higher heart risks




getty imageswomen who undergo fertility treatments but don’t get pregnant have an increased risk of developing heart disease later in life, according to a new study. but the overall risk for women in the study was low, and the authors say their findings should not discourage people from seeking re...



businesses seeking international legitimacy should look to china's model




companies looking to invest in business enterprises in other countries should be aware of the influence of word-of-mouth associations, traditional and social media and historical legacy when they make their commitments - particularly looking at china as a model - lehigh university researcher charles...



businesses seeking international legitimacy should look to china's model




companies looking to invest in business enterprises in other countries should be aware of the influence of word-of-mouth associations, traditional and social media and historical legacy when they make their commitments - particularly looking at china as a model - lehigh university researcher charles...



ibuprofen and other pain meds linked to cardiac arrest




ibuprofen and other common painkillers are linked to an increased risk of cardiac arrest, according to a new danish study published in the european heart journal—cardiovascular pharmacotherapy. the authors say these drugs should be used with caution and that people with heart problems may want to ...



african-americans may receive different advice on statin therapy




african americans experience a disproportionately high risk of cardiovascular disease, and statin treatment can be an important tool to lower the risk of plaque building up in the arteries. but statin guidelines from different organizations vary, according to a new paper published in jama cardiology...



increased risk of postop infection when surgery closely follows epidural steroid




charlottesville, va (march 14, 2017). research conducted at the university of virginia suggests that patients may wish to take a 1 to 3 month break from lumbar epidural steroid injections (lesis) before undergoing lumbar spinal fusion surgery. why? an increased risk of infection has been identified ...



medication to treat anxiety, depression may reduce hip, knee replacement revisio




san diego, calif. (march 14, 2017)--patients who take selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (ssris), commonly prescribed medications used to treat anxiety and depression, may experience a reduced risk of revision surgery following total hip (thr) or total knee replacement (tkr), according to new r...



study identifies african-specific genomic variant associated with obesity




an international team of researchers has conducted the first study of its kind to look at the genomic underpinnings of obesity in continental africans and african-americans. they discovered that approximately 1 percent of west africans, african-americans and others of african ancestry carry a genomi...



more tenants struggle to pay their bills, half at-risk households in trouble




photo: depositphotos.commore tenants in rent controlled property are getting into financial difficulty as rents continue to rise, the netherlands environmental assessment agency said on tuesday in a new report.in 2012, 37% of high-risk tenants were at risk of having problems paying their bills over ...