Archive for March 7, 2014



MEDIC FINDER

? Grinding of the teeth during sleep ? medically called bruxism ? is a common problem, especially among children.
Often outgrown, the practice can still damage teeth, so it?s important for parents to recognize the warning signs.
The American Academy of Family Physicians…
Health Tip: Grinding Teeth During Sleep

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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) ? For 33-year-old video editor and hemophilia patient Travis Roop, being able to get life-saving infusions of a blood clotting agent every two weeks, instead of rushing to treat a bleeding episode, meant he could jog for the first time.

Roop was enrolled in a…
New hemophilia drugs aim to simplify treatment

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(Reuters) ? Several companies are developing new, longer-acting versions of vital blood clotting factors used by people with hemophilia to prevent joint damage and other complications of the inherited bleeding disorder.
The new treatments are expected to reduce by half or more…
Factbox: New, longer-acting hemophilia treatments

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A new study has found postmenopausal women can improve their cholesterol with calcium and vitamin D supplements. The study was published in the journal Menopause.
The idea of these supplements improving cholesterol has been up for debate. For example, a recent Rockefeller University…
Calcium, vitamin D improve cholesterol in postmenopausal women: study

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MEDIC FINDER

Students prone to depression ? and those who smoke
marijuana or drink alcohol ? are more likely to consume energy drinks, say Canadian experts
Study comes after teenager?s heart stopped three times from binge drinking
Jayde Dinsdale drank 10 Jagerbombs mixed with Red…
Energy drinks ‘increase the risk of mental health problems and drug and alcohol abuse’

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MEDIC FINDER

For overweight and obese adolescents, a lack of sleep may be linked to to a higher risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and stroke, Counsel and Heal reported.
In a new study published in The Journal of Pediatrics, researchers worked with a group of 37 teens between ages 11 and 17. They…
Lack of sleep tied to more health risks for obese adolescents

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