Category: News

arthritis

24

Aug2017
Just 45 minutes a week of moderate to vigorous exercise may help improve or maintain a high level of function for people with osteo arthritis (OA), according to study published online recently in Arthritis Care & Research. Current guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services for ... Read More
24 August 2017Mentory
alzheimer

28

Jun2017
New research into the biomarkers that predict the onset of Alzheimer’s suggests that more than twice as many people are in some stage of the disease than the official numbers indicate. Roughly 5.4 million people in the US are estimated to have Alzheimer’s, but that number is likely closer ... Read More
28 June 2017Mentory
Knie, Gelenkschmerzen

23

Jun2017
Pharmaceutical grade chondroitin sulfate has proved efficacy in the treatment and delay of knee osteoarthritis, according to the latest published evidence on osteoarthritis treatment has been presented at a symposium organized by Bioiberica and IBSA at the ... Read More
23 June 2017Mentory
schizophrenia-article-farmasyn

13

Dec2016
Some sufferers of psychotic illnesses like schizophrenia may have a treatable immune disorder, research suggests. In a nationwide study, scientists at the University of Oxford found up to one in 11 cases of psychosis may involve a condition where antibodies attack the brain. The team suggested that all patients displaying signs of ... Read More
13 December 2016farmadmin
Obesity

23

Nov2016
A large study has found that body mass index, waist circumference and diabetes are all associated with an increased risk for liver cancer. Liver cancer is the sixth most common cancer, and its incidence has tripled since the mid-1970s in the United States.... Read More
23 November 2016farmadmin
Pregnancy and depression

25

Oct2016
Treating pregnant women for depression may benefit not just themselves but their babies as well. A study, in the May issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology, included 7,267 pregnant women, of whom 831 had symptoms of depression. After controlling for maternal age, race, income, body mass index and ... Read More
25 October 2016farmadmin
Potatoes

20

Oct2016
Eating potatoes four or more times a week may increase the risk for high blood pressure, a large new study has found. Researchers pooled results from three observational studies involving 187,453 men and women followed for more than 25 years. The participants returned health and diet questionnaires every two ... Read More
20 October 2016farmadmin
stroke1

26

Sep2016
The number of Americans having strokes and the number dying following strokes decreased over the past 20 years, according to a new study. The declines in strokes and improvements in survival were similar between blacks, whites, men and women, according to the researchers. “Stroke is still the fourth leading cause of death ... Read More
26 September 2016lhadmin
highbloodpressure

16

Sep2016
It may be a good idea to get a blood pressure reading in both arms rather than just one. A difference in those readings, a new study suggests, is an independent risk factor for heart disease.    Using data from a large health study, researchers examined 3,390 people 40 ... Read More
16 September 2016farmadmin
World Health Day 7 April

07

Apr2016
One of the dominant goods, especially nowadays, is health. The day that is dedicated to the World Health is April 7, with the 7th of April 1948, the day the World Health Organization was established, as a reference date. WHO was established with "the attainment by all people of the ... Read More
7 April 2016farmadmin