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  • Zinc and biochemicals from vegetables could be a natural way to prevent spread of respiratory viruses
    by Bryn Evans on May 16, 2022

    Medical News Bulletin - Daily Medical News, Health News, Clinical Trials And Clinical Research, Medical Technology, Fitness And Nutrition News–In One Place Since COVID-19 took the world by storm, healthcare professionals have been tasked with finding ways to manage it. Along with vaccines against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the virus that causes COVID-19, researchers are working towards alternate prevention methods. A recent study shows that naturally sourced ionophoric polyphenols with metal ions have the potential to significantly reduce The post Zinc and biochemicals from vegetables could be a natural way to prevent spread of respiratory viruses appeared first on Medical News Bulletin.

  • Cardiovascular risk the same for those who use e-cigarettes and combustible cigarettes, versus combustible only, study reports
    by Bryn Evans on May 13, 2022

    Medical News Bulletin - Daily Medical News, Health News, Clinical Trials And Clinical Research, Medical Technology, Fitness And Nutrition News–In One Place A recent study has reported insignificant impact of e-cigarette use on cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk.1 The study was published in the American Heart & Stroke Foundation’s journal, Circulation.   Specifically, for those who have supplemented some of their conventional (or combustible) cigarette use with e-cigarette use, and now “dual use”, their risk for developing CVD The post Cardiovascular risk the same for those who use e-cigarettes and combustible cigarettes, versus combustible only, study reports appeared first on Medical News Bulletin.

  • Improving deep sleep with sound
    by Andrew Mihalache on May 12, 2022

    Medical News Bulletin - Daily Medical News, Health News, Clinical Trials And Clinical Research, Medical Technology, Fitness And Nutrition News–In One Place Many adults regularly experience problems sleeping. The American Sleep Association estimates that 50 to 70 million U.S. adults currently suffer from sleep disorders.1 When deep sleep is affected, this may decrease the body’s ability to function normally. What is deep sleep? During deep sleep, slow waves are detectable within the brain.2 The time spent in The post Improving deep sleep with sound appeared first on Medical News Bulletin.

  • Fully vaccinated people around 60% less likely to have long-COVID, study suggests
    by Bryn Evans on May 10, 2022

    Medical News Bulletin - Daily Medical News, Health News, Clinical Trials And Clinical Research, Medical Technology, Fitness And Nutrition News–In One Place As of May 2022, COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease, with reduced mask mandates in public spaces and increased vaccination rates. So far, approximately 81% of the Canadian population and 66% of the U.S. population are fully vaccinated.1 According to recent studies, these vaccines have significantly reduced risk of hospitalization and death from SARS-CoV-2 infection.2,3  However, The post Fully vaccinated people around 60% less likely to have long-COVID, study suggests appeared first on Medical News Bulletin.

  • Sleep and Mental Health in COVID-19 Patients
    by Avery Bisbee on April 28, 2022

    Medical News Bulletin - Daily Medical News, Health News, Clinical Trials And Clinical Research, Medical Technology, Fitness And Nutrition News–In One Place A new study investigates the rates of sleep impairments and adverse mental health in COVID-19 patients.  The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted individuals and populations around the globe in a variety of ways.  The implications on public mental health have been particularly significant, as recent studies have highlighted increased rates of anxiety disorders and depression since the The post Sleep and Mental Health in COVID-19 Patients appeared first on Medical News Bulletin.

  • Leading a healthy lifestyle could reduce years with dementia, new study suggests
    by Bryn Evans on April 27, 2022

    Medical News Bulletin - Daily Medical News, Health News, Clinical Trials And Clinical Research, Medical Technology, Fitness And Nutrition News–In One Place “Be active, eat well”; we’ve heard how important it is to take care of ourselves. Living a healthy lifestyle can greatly improve how we feel and our quality of life. But how important is a healthy lifestyle? Previous studies have shown that leading a healthier lifestyle can extend life expectancy,1 but a new study claims it The post Leading a healthy lifestyle could reduce years with dementia, new study suggests appeared first on Medical News Bulletin.