Blood made in the lab will be given to humans in two years - Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/nhs/11697294/Blood-made-in-the-lab-will-be-given-to-humans-in-two-years.html?utm_content=buffer6fd76&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer (via juice.li)
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There is a great interest in understanding what might predict life expectancy in the general population. We already know several risk factors that have a substantial impact on mortality. For example, smoking, lack of exercise and increased body mass index have been shown to increase the risk of dying earlier.
Primarily affecting men over 35 years of age gout is a fairly common rheumatic disease. It is actually a type of arthritis responsible for severe pain in one or more joints of the body. Let us take stock of the causes of this disease as well as the natural means to treat it. Gout is a common form of arthritis. In fact more than 600000 people are affected in France. This rheumatic disease causes crises of severe pain in the joints of the body. Gout causes and risk factors: The main cause…
There is good news on the Alzheimer's front. Research into risk factors and predisposition have turned up some interesting correlations between general health, social well-being and Alzheimer's... http://mindbodyhealthy.org/1148/maintain-your-brain-strategies-to-help-prevent-alzheimers-disease/ #AlzheimerS, #Brain, #Health
New York TImes: Stop Subsidizing Obesity -- “It’s shocking,” says Ludwig, “how little we consider food quality in the management of chronic diseases. And in the case of SNAP that failure costs taxpayers twice: We pay once when low-income families buy junk foods and sugary beverages with SNAP benefits, and we pay a second time when poor diet quality inevitably increases the costs of health care in general, and Medicaid and Medicare in particular.”