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Eating nuts to reduce the risk of heart disease in diabetics

People with Diabetes who regularly eat nuts may be less likely to develop cardiac disease than their counterparts who rarely, if ever, consume nuts, suggests an American study. Diabetics who ate at least five servings of 28 grams (one ounce)… Continue Reading →

Primary care can reduce mortality, but fewer PCPs are available

According to one study, a greater proportion of primary care physicians in the general population is associated with a longer life expectancy and slightly lower cardiovascular, cancer and respiratory mortality. published online yesterday at JAMA Internal Medicine. Yet the supply… Continue Reading →

How to reduce knee pain

Whether your knee pain is due to arthritis, injury or any other reason, here are some simple tips you can follow to ease the pain and prevent further damage to vulnerable joints. 1. Do not skip your warm up Do… Continue Reading →

Environmentalists seek to reduce EU restrictions on Balkan coal-fired power plants

SARAJEVO (Good Medical) – Environmentalists on Tuesday urged EU policymakers to take a tougher stance on air pollution caused by coal-fired power plants in the Western Balkans, accusing 3,900 people every year. across Europe. PHOTO FILE: Smoke from a coal-fired… Continue Reading →

Eye Health: Reduce your risk of macular degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an incurable eye disease that affects millions of elderly Americans, but a number of things you can do to reduce your risk, says a vision expert. AMD causes blurred central vision due to damage to… Continue Reading →

How to reduce your risk of food poisoning

Following the recipe for food safety is a must every time you are in the kitchen, and it starts with clean hands, says the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "Always wash your hands with soapy water for at least 20… Continue Reading →

In the midst of measles outbreaks, Facebook plans to reduce the spread of anti-vaccine content • Good Medical

"We have taken steps to reduce the spread of fake health information on Facebook, but we know we still have a lot to do, and we are currently working with external experts on other changes we will be announcing. soon,… Continue Reading →

Asthma classes at school can help reduce attacks

(Good Medical Health) – A recent study suggests that school-aged asthmatic children undergoing education may experience fewer attacks, emergency room visits, and hospitalizations than those who do not get such education. course. Asthma is one of the most common chronic… Continue Reading →

In the midst of measles outbreaks, Facebook looks at ways to reduce the spread of anti-vaccine content

"We have taken steps to reduce the spread of fake health information on Facebook, but we know we still have a lot to do, and we are currently working with external experts on other changes we will be announcing. soon,… Continue Reading →

Countries use new strategies to reduce the price of anti-HCV drugs

The introduction of direct acting antivirals (DAAs) has changed the paradigm of hepatitis C virus (HCV), with cure rates above 90%. The disadvantage is that these drugs have a high price, although profitable. Currently, 71 million people worldwide are chronically… Continue Reading →

Irregular heartbeats: How to reduce your risks

Heart rhythm problems, known as arrhythmias, mean that your heart tends to beat irregularly, to go too fast or too slowly. Although it may be harmless, some arrhythmias are related to heart problems. One in four adults over the age… Continue Reading →

New anti-HCV drugs reduce mortality and risk of liver cancer

Direct-acting antiviral (DAA) therapy appears to reduce the risk of death and liver cancer in patients with chronic hepatitis C viruses (HCV), including those with cirrhosis, new research shows. In a prospective cohort study of more than 10,000 adult patients… Continue Reading →

Utah lawmakers adopt plan to reduce Medicaid's expansion

SALT LAKE CITY (Good Medical) – Utah on Monday decided to radically change the Medicaid extension approved by voters, halving the number of people covered and adding work demands that the administration Trump should approve. The Republican government Gary Herbert… Continue Reading →

Foods and drinks that reduce the risk of prostate cancer

Prostate cancer will be diagnosed in one in nine Americans at some point in their lives, but by adding healthy, prostate-friendly foods to your diet, you may be able to reduce your risk. According to the American Cancer Society, prostate… Continue Reading →

Sanofi and Regeneron reduce cholesterol list price by 60%

NEW YORK (Good Medical) – Sanofi SA and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced on Monday that they would cut 60% of the price posted by the US market of their powerful and expensive cholesterol fighter, Praluent, in the prospect of a… Continue Reading →

Utah plans to reduce Medicaid's expansion of 50,000 near the crossing

SALT LAKE CITY (Good Medical) – A plan to reduce the extension of the Medicaid expansion approved by voters in Utah was approved by the state legislature Friday, despite protests that it would reduce the access to necessary health care… Continue Reading →

Eli Lilly Supports US Drug Remission Proposal to Reduce Costs

(Good Medical) – Eli Lilly and colleagues on Wednesday adopted a US government proposal to end a discount system offered by drug manufacturers to industry middlemen, saying it could reduce costs of insulin and other prescription drugs for patients. The… Continue Reading →

How Trump's latest plan to reduce drug prices will affect you

The Trump administration has made drug price reduction one of its priorities, and last week he unveiled a proposal this could dramatically rewrite the way drugs are sold in the United States. The proposal is for secret agreements that pharmaceutical… Continue Reading →

Elders who exercise reduce the risk of falling

A review of the research suggests that older adults who exercise regularly are less likely to fall than their inactive counterparts. The study team reports in the Cochrane Library that balance training and functional training to improve stability and coordination… Continue Reading →

Many types of workouts can reduce falls in the elderly

(Good Medical Health) – Older adults who exercise regularly are less likely to fall than their inactive counterparts, according to a research study. The study team reports in the Cochrane Library that balance training and functional training to improve stability… Continue Reading →

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