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Nurse builds database of women murdered by men

Thursday, February 20, 2019 – PLANO (Texas) – Dawn Wilcox, 55, seated at her desk, next to shelves of cookbooks, recipe books, novels, and books on violence at home. Regarding women WE For dozens of hours each week, she searches… Continue Reading →

Tau could explain a greater frequency of Alzheimer's disease in women

Women have a higher risk of neurological changes associated with tau associated with Alzheimer's disease (AD), perhaps explaining why more women than men develop this disorder, according to new research. The investigators studied nearly 300 clinically normal subjects aged 55… Continue Reading →

Study confirms that stress in women can stimulate cancer development

A new study confirms that stress can contribute to the rapid growth of cancer, especially in women with anxiety and depression. The findings, published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, show that chronic stress and depression result in the release… Continue Reading →

The risk of heart attack increases among young people, especially women

According to a new report, the risk of heart attack would have increased, it seems, among young women. Based on new studyin 1995-1999, 27% of people hospitalized because of a heart attack were between 35 and 54 years old. Between… Continue Reading →

A group of LGBTQ athletes give Martina Navratilova the reason for saying that men who compete as women are "cheaters and fools" • Good Medical

An LGBTQ athlete rights group rose in retaliation for tennis legend Martina Navratilova, who wrote an editorial last weekend claiming that transgender women competing against biological women were "foolish" and cheats ". Athlete Ally issued Tuesday a statement qualifying Navratilova's… Continue Reading →

Studies show that heart attacks increase in young women – CNN • Good Medical

When analyzed every five years, the overall proportion of heart attack-related hospitalizations in the United States, attributable to young patients aged 35 to 54, has steadily increased from 27% in 1995 -1999 to 32% in 2010-2014. the largest increase observed… Continue Reading →

Asian women who immigrate to the US may have a higher risk of breast cancer, according to research

February 20, 2019, 23:39 GMT From Charles Lam Asian women emigrating to the United States may have a higher risk of breast cancer than those born here and have found new preliminary research, an apparent shift of historical standards of… Continue Reading →

Heart attacks increase in younger women

Younger American women suffer from heart attacks at a higher rate than 20 years ago – although the situation has improved for younger men. These are the main findings of a new study of four American communities, in which researchers… Continue Reading →

Studies show that heart attacks are on the rise among young women

When analyzed every five years, the overall proportion of heart attack-related hospitalizations in the United States, attributable to young patients aged 35 to 54, has steadily increased from 27% in 1995 -1999 to 32% in 2010-2014. the largest increase observed… Continue Reading →

Heart attacks increase in younger women

But while the hospitalization rate has declined over the years in younger men, it has increased among younger women – between two and three heart attacks per 1,000 women by 2014, according to the reports. results. At this point, 31%… Continue Reading →

New recommendations indicate that not all women need genetic testing for cancer. Critics say it could cost lives

The Preventive Services Working Group, a group of volunteers made up of national experts, makes evidence-based recommendations for the primary care community. Dr. Carol Mangione, a member of the task force, stated that most primary care providers took into account… Continue Reading →

Parenting derails the careers of many people in STEM, especially women

(Good Medical Health) – A new study reveals that almost half of women and a quarter of men leave their careers in science, technology, engineering and math after their first child. Researchers found that 43% of women and 23% of… Continue Reading →

Could baking soda increase the risk of occurrence in women? • cbsnews.com

Older women, beware: new research warns that drinking plenty of diet sodas or sweetened fruit juice can increase the risk of stroke. In a study of nearly 82,000 postmenopausal women, women who consume two or more diet drinks per day… Continue Reading →

Could baking soda increase the risk of occurrence in women? – CBS News • cbsnews.com

Older women, beware: new research warns that drinking plenty of diet sodas or sweetened fruit juice can increase the risk of stroke. In a study of nearly 82,000 postmenopausal women, women who consume two or more diet drinks per day… Continue Reading →

A stroke in a can? Study warns of health risks related to dietary drinks for women 50 and older – US TODAY • HUI • usatoday.com

Jorge L. Ortiz UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Published at 7:14 pm EST February 14, 2019 For women who are trying to keep a healthy weight after menopause, the American Heart Association has a simple message: choose water… Continue Reading →

Could baking soda increase the risk of occurrence in women?

Elderly women, beware: new research warns that drinking a lot of diet sodas artificially sweetened fruit juices can increase your risk of stroke. In a study of nearly 82,000 postmenopausal women, women who consume two or more diet drinks per… Continue Reading →

Women, take your heart attack symptoms seriously

You heard that cholesterol can lead to clogged arteries and increase your risk of heart attack, and that's true. But what you may not realize is that you can have a heart attack even if your arteries are not clogged…. Continue Reading →

Dietary Soda Linked to an Increased Risk of Stroke in Older Women

Older women, beware: new research warns that drinking plenty of diet sodas or sweetened fruit juice can increase the risk of stroke. In a study of nearly 82,000 postmenopausal women, women who consume two or more diet drinks per day… Continue Reading →

Breast cancer: analyze younger women at risk, according to a charity • Good Medical

Copyright of the image Scientific photo library Younger women with a family history of breast cancer should be screened annually to screen for the disease earlier, said a charity. Breast cancer now has funded a study that found that cancers… Continue Reading →

102 women in IT health to know | 2019 – Becker Hospital Review • beckershospitalreview.com

Staff – Thursday, February 7, 2019 <a target = "_ blank" href = "http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/lists/102-women-in-health-it-to-know-2019.html?tmpl=component & print = 1 & layout = default "data-tracking =" print "title =" Print the article < 102 women in health IT to know | 2019... Continue Reading →

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