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I’m a gynecology expert – 5 potential signs of cancer YOU need to know

A GYNECOLOGY expert revealed the five potential signs of cancer every woman should know. A survey by gynecological cancer research charity The Eve Appeal found that only one in three people cannot name a single gynecological cancer and only 2% can name all five. 6 There are five gynecological cancers people should be aware of …

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Around 100,000 stents are fitted each year in the UK.  Most are given when patients suffer a heart attack to prevent a second one - and used like that, they are a proven lifesaver, dramatically improving health and preventing premature death

Thousands of NHS heart failure patients at risk of stent operations that don’t benefit them

Thousands of NHS heart failure patients undergo unnecessary stent surgery each year, putting them at risk of life-threatening complications with no hope of benefit, experts have warned. For years, cardiologists have thought that implanting tiny metal tubes into clogged heart arteries was an effective treatment for the condition that affects one million people in the …

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Around 100,000 stents are fitted each year in the UK.  Most are given when patients suffer a heart attack to prevent a second one - and used like that, they are a proven lifesaver, dramatically improving health and preventing premature death

Thousands of NHS heart failure patients at risk of stent operations that don’t benefit them

Thousands of NHS heart failure patients undergo unnecessary stent surgery each year, putting them at risk of life-threatening complications with no hope of benefit, experts have warned. For years, cardiologists have thought that implanting tiny metal tubes into clogged heart arteries was an effective treatment for the condition that affects one million people in the …

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A survey found that 1 in 3 people cannot name a single gynecological cancer.  Valentina Milanova, founder of Daye, lists the five cancers and their symptoms that women need to be aware of (stock photo)

A gynecological health expert reveals the signs of five cancers you MUST know about

From feeling bloated to unexpected weight loss and unusual bleeding, a gynecological health expert reveals the signs of five cancers you MUST know about A survey found that 1 in 3 people cannot name a single gynecological cancer Valentina Milanova, founder of Daye, lists the five cancers and their symptoms Spotting between cycles, pelvic discomfort …

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‘Love hormone’ oxytocin can help mend broken hearts (literally), lab study finds

Oxytocin, sometimes called the “love hormone”, can help heal broken hearts – literally. In a new study of zebrafish and human cells, scientists have found that the hormone made by the brain can help heart tissue regenerate after injury and, in theory, could one day be used in the treatment of heart disease. heart attacks, …

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Why do some children take more risks than others? – Neuroscience News

Summary: A parent’s wealth and social status can influence a child’s risky behaviors. Source: Boston University Some children are risk takers. Others tend to play it safe. Are these differences simply based on personality, or does children’s environment help shape their willingness to play? A new study by researchers at Boston University’s Social Development and …

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The super-old have the brains of those 20-30 years their junior, thanks to neurons in their brains that are larger than average from birth (stock image)

People who age gracefully have larger brain cells than the rest of us, study finds

People Who Stay Mentally Sharp In Old Age Have Larger Brain Cells Than People Decades Younger Than Them, Study Finds They have special neurons larger than those of people 30 years younger Neurons also lack ‘tau tangles’, a telltale sign of Alzheimer’s disease Researchers cut open post-mortem brains of old people to compare By Caitlin …

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