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6 Surprise health benefits from sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes are sweet, starchy root vegetables that are grown worldwide [1]. They are available in a variety of sizes and colors – including orange, white and purple – and are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, Not to mention they provide a number of health benefits and are easy to add to your diet . Here are 6 surprising health …

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A woman with a dry eye mistakenly receives a cream for erectile dysfunction

This pharmacist may want to check his vision. A pharmacist in Glasgow, Scotland, has mistakenly read the woman's recipe for VitA-POS, a severe dry eye lubricant and corneal erosion such as Vitaros, a cream Erectile dysfunction, according to a study published last month at BMJ Journals. Neither the woman nor the pharmacist is identified publicly. As a result of confusion, …

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Sen. Schumer calls on FDA, amid shutdown, to address vaccine shortage

Sen. Chuck Schumer on Monday called on the federal Food and Drug Administration to address the shingles vaccine shortage on Long Island, saying it is a "perfect example" of why government shutdown should end Appearing at a pharmacy in Farmingdale, Schumer DN.Y.) said high demand and manufacturing delays have resulted in a nationwide and local shortage of Shingrix, the new …

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You will feel loneliest at these three ages, study says

We all feel lonely every once in a while, but there are three stages in life when it's peaks for some, according to a new report. »RELATED: Why Are Americans So Lonely? Massive study finds almost half of US feelings alone Researchers from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine recently conducted a study, published in the International …

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Ohio is cancer-free after a promising clinical trial, she says

The woman in Ohio claims she is now free of cancer after the clinical trial. Dennis Keenon, of Youngstown, was first diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2009 and has been fighting the disease ever since. (iStock) she told Fox 8. The 66-year-old, who had experienced remission periods after her initial diagnosis, told the news station that she "started using the …

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Animal attacks cost us more than $ 1 billion a year

The rate of all animal injuries has increased over the past 10 years, according to Dr. Joseph Forrester, one of the authors of the study published Tuesday in the BMJ. The most common cause of injury is bites from non-venomous arthropods, the group that includes spiders, mosquitoes, ticks and centipedes. As temperatures rise, the habitats of some of these creatures …

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Kaiser's patients talk about long waiting for mental health therapy

From time to time, Jessica Held invites Kaiser's mental health service in Santa Rosa to pray for help. Feelings of severe anxiety and depression would make her worse, but they were not yet at alarming heights. At these times, she did not want to harm herself or others, although she firmly believed she needed additional support from someone – someone …

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80% of cancer, heart patients in Japan continue to work in hospital: study

More than 80% of cancer patients or heart patients surveyed in Japan have worked in some form while hospitalized for treatment, according to data obtained from the Health Ministry Nearly 82% of 1,030 patients have worked from hospital, including the preparation of reports on work and preparation for return to their offices according to the data . The results of …

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