DR ELLIE CANNON: What caused my 24-hour pain in the neck? I have just recovered from a painful stiff neck that left me unable to turn my head for 24 hours. It’s still sore and stiff but I can move again. I don’t recall doing anything to cause it, and it’s not the first time
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Like her mother and grandfather, young soccer player Trishanne Miller, 15, has rheumatic heart disease. Credit:Wolter Peeters Trishanne Miller, 15, is a "germophobe". At the Sydney Royal Easter Show last week the promising young soccer player refused to drink from the bubblers. Hand rails were also off limits. She has reason to be wary. Trishanne
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She added: ‘It was absolutely exhausting, and it wasn’t even the nicest things all the time… the press just decided that they were going to make me a target, for unknown reasons, and it went on for years.’ But the 1990s is a long time ago. The marriage is long over, but Mathews and Gallagher
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What’s Easter without eggs? They’re the center of every Easter display, kids color them in all sorts of ways, we fill them with goodies and hide them in the yard and of course, we boil them and serve them up as deviled eggs at meal time. This year, skip the boring, plain-ole deviled eggs and
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A Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) research team reports that several of the recently developed CRISPR base editors, which create targeted changes in a single DNA base, can induce widespread off-target effects in RNA, extending beyond the targeted DNA. Their report receiving advance online publication in Nature also describes engineering variant base editors that significantly reduced
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From teen dramas starring 30-somethings as high school students to women giving birth in less time than it takes to drink a latte, there are plenty of times TV shows have needed a reality check. But sometimes, they really get it right, especially when it comes to mental health lately. Honest depictions not only help
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Because there aren’t enough diet fads, there’s a new eating plan that promises to help you look and feel your best. Created by Dr. Mark Hyman in 2014, the pegan diet is a combination of paleo and vegan, and has recently become trendy. On his blog, Hyman claims it’s the best way to feel good,
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Why are some people easier? Overweight and obesity among the people. So many serious illnesses and reduced life expectancy are associated. Some people seem to have simply no problems with your weight. There are genetic variants in humans, which protect against obesity and its consequences? This is the question now to clarify, Researchers from the
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Dog owners are estimated to be four times more likely than non-dog owning adults to meet recommended physical activity guidelines, according to new University of Liverpool research. The findings, which are published today in Scientific Reports, highlight the role that dogs may have in helping to keep humans healthy. It is recommended that adults should
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People who skip breakfast and eat dinner near bedtime may have worse outcomes after a heart attack, a study has warned. The study found that people with the two eating habits had a four to five times higher likelihood of death, another heart attack, or angina (chest pain) within 30 days after hospital discharge for
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