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Is Wheat Bread Really Healthier Than White Bread? - LifeSavvy
Is Wheat Bread Really Healthier Than White Bread? - LifeSavvy
  • Lifesavvy.com
  • 1 hours ago

From sourdough to multi-grain, the bread options out there seem endless; the two most common types of bread, however, seem to be wheat and white.

N.W.T. testing discarded blood samples for COVID-19 antibodies - Bowen Island Undercurrent
N.W.T. testing discarded blood samples for COVID-19 antibodies - Bowen Island Undercurrent
  • Bowen Island Undercurrent
  • 1 hours ago

YELLOWKNIFE — The Northwest Territories government says it plans to begin testing blood samples for the presence of antibodies that develop in response to COVID-19.

Study Suggests A Child's Risk Of Developing Type 1 Diabetes May Change After A COVID Infection - Health Digest
Study Suggests A Child's Risk Of Developing Type 1 Diabetes May Change After A COVID Infection - Health Digest
  • Healthdigest.com
  • 1 hours ago

A recent study suggests a possible link between type 1 diabetes and a COVID-19 infection in young people. Here's what the data detail.

Taking a Holistic Approach Might Be Key to Managing High Cholesterol - Everyday Health
Taking a Holistic Approach Might Be Key to Managing High Cholesterol - Everyday Health
  • Everyday Health
  • 1 hours ago

After years of trying to manage cholesterol with statins, Nyarumba Nota found a doctor who understood the importance of a multifaceted approach. That made all the difference in his health.

Is new malaria vaccine 'world-changing'? Maybe. | News | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health - HSPH News
Is new malaria vaccine 'world-changing'? Maybe. | News | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health - HSPH News
  • Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • 1 hours ago

Harvard Chan School’s Dyann Wirth offers some thoughts on a new malaria vaccine and its potential impact.

New survey finds low concussion awareness in B.C. - Voiceonline.com
New survey finds low concussion awareness in B.C. - Voiceonline.com
  • Voiceonline.com
  • 1 hours ago

A new survey has found only 11 per cent of British Columbians are confident in their ability to recognize signs of a concussion, when sometimes quick medical advice can be life-changing. September 25 to October 1 was declared Concussion Awareness Week rec

Vaccine appears to protect against monkeypox, CDC says - Toronto Star
Vaccine appears to protect against monkeypox, CDC says - Toronto Star
  • Toronto Star
  • 1 hours ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — At-risk people who received a single dose of the monkeypox vaccine in U.S. efforts against the virus appeared to be significantly le...

Sensoria Health & Defender announce availability of first smart diabetic boot with remote patient monitoring - Digital Journal
Sensoria Health & Defender announce availability of first smart diabetic boot with remote patient monitoring - Digital Journal
  • Digital Journal
  • 1 hours ago

Designed to help heal diabetic foot ulcers & Reduce risk of amputations Foot Defender Powered by Sensoria Smart Boot Provides Behavioral Feedback to

Study finds no differences in performance between male and female surgeons - EurekAlert
Study finds no differences in performance between male and female surgeons - EurekAlert
  • EurekAlert
  • 1 hours ago

A new study published by The BMJ today finds no differences in rates of death or complications between male and female surgeons in Japan, despite the fact that female surgeons are more likely than male surgeons to be assigned high risk patients.

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