April 2016

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The number of women in the UK afflicted by cancer of the womb has been rising fast and this is being caused by obesity, studies suggest. The BBC News recently showcased a story about the rising cases of cancer of the womb in women in the United Kingdom. According to the lead author, obesity is

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People suffering from hypothyroidism may still be at risk of contracting type 2 diabetes even when their level of thyroid hormones have been managed, latest report suggests. Researches from Holland recently published a report showing a connection between underactive thyroid, better known as hypothyroidism, and type 2 diabetes. They explained that people who may have

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The Zika virus which has been making headlines lately can be transmitted via sexual intercourse, new scientific evidence shows. In the last few months, the world has been facing a rising challenge of dealing with the Zika virus. Different parts of the world have reported growing numbers of people affected by this virus. Medics and

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Patients want a more feasible method for detecting and treating hypothyroidism as many have been misdiagnosed because of unreliable methods, latest report shows. Statistics from the American Thyroid Association (ATA) approximates that 20 million people in the US are affected by hypothyroidism. This disease is associated with a small gland inside the throat known as

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People cringe at the thought of Intestinal worms which are responsible for a number of problems which include diarrhea, abdominal pains, dysentery and many others. However, according to latest data, these worms may help lower the risk of developing Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). 

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Uncontrolled fluctuations, better known as noise, can affect the way the brain organizes itself, scientists reveal. A group of researchers recently made public a report that shows a close connection between noise and brain organization. The study’s aim was to determine how uncontrolled fluctuations interfered with the brain’s organization especially during the development stage.

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The endocrine system is responsible for a few different diseases, one of which is hypothyroidism. The overwhelming majority of people suffering from it are women, but, even though many of us believe it only affects them, it can be diagnosed in men too.