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Do our tonsils absorb nanoplastics? - News-Medical.Net

Do our tonsils absorb nanoplastics? - News-Medical.Net
In a recent perspective article published in the Frontiers in Nanotechnology journal, researchers examined if the tonsils absorb nanoplastics. Study: The forgotten tonsils—does the immune active org… [+5146 chars]
Prevent or Reduce Atopic Dermatitis Flare-Ups - Pharmacy Times
Prevent or Reduce Atopic Dermatitis Flare-Ups - Pharmacy Times
  • Pharmacytimes.com
  • 1 months ago

Guidelines provide information on the management and treatment of this common skin condition.

Effective diabetes management linked to lower HbA1c for US adults - Healio
Effective diabetes management linked to lower HbA1c for US adults - Healio
  • Healio
  • 1 months ago

BALTIMORE — Healthy diabetes management behaviors, such as eating fewer calories, taking insulin and regularly checking feet, are associated with lower HbA1c, according to a presenter. In findings from six National Health and Nutrition Examination S

Study Results Link Neck, Shoulder Pain With Worse Headache, Migraine Symptoms - Pharmacy Times
Study Results Link Neck, Shoulder Pain With Worse Headache, Migraine Symptoms - Pharmacy Times
  • Pharmacytimes.com
  • 1 months ago

Investigators aimed to determine how individuals with and without concomitant NSP differ in characteristics and in their perception of treatment responses to analgesics.

'Virtual' Museum Visits Are Good Medicine for Seniors - Purdue Exponent
'Virtual' Museum Visits Are Good Medicine for Seniors - Purdue Exponent
  • Healthday.com
  • 1 months ago

TUESDAY, Aug. 16, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- By combining technology with interactive art activities, older people at home can have museums come to them -- and this can support their physical, mental and social well-being, a new study reports. "This partici

Young mice transfused with blood from old mice became fatigued faster and ran shorter distances - Medical Xpress
Young mice transfused with blood from old mice became fatigued faster and ran shorter distances - Medical Xpress
  • Medical Xpress
  • 1 months ago

A team of researchers from Korea University College of Medicine, the University of California and the Buck Institute for Research on Aging reports that transfusing young mice with blood from older mice makes them grow fatigued and unable to run long dista

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