Month: April 2024

In short, no. Coffee enemas are not safe. Coffee enemas can cause rectal burns if applied without sufficient cooling. They can also trigger colitis, rectal bleeding, bloody stools, abdominal pain and muscosal lesions in the rectum. There is no evidence that coffee enemas are beneficial to your health. Debatable claims If I were to ask
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Debating whether or not to get the COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy? Scientists have uncovered the answer and the consensus is clear. Skipping the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant is worse than being vaccinated. Swedish and Norwegian scientists leveraged national data to analyze live births of babies born between January 2021 and April 2022. The public health
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Unlocking Hope: Nerve Stimulation Offers Relief for POTS – abdulmoizjaangda / vecteezy What is POTS? Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is a health condition that causes your heart to beat faster than normal when moving from sitting or lying down to standing up.1-4 Normally, the body’s autonomic nervous system keeps our heart rate and blood pressure
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If you are in the path of the total solar eclipse, you might well be planning on taking a look. Who wouldn’t want to see this spooky sky situation? So how do we do it safely? The only safe way to look directly at the sun is through a special type of eye protecting goggles/face
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March 2024, Oxford University medics presented encouraging preliminary results of the first non-invasive diagnostic test for endometriosis. The DETECT (Detecting Endometriosis expressed intergrins using technetium-99m) imaging study is currently underway in Oxford, United Kingdom. Led by Professor Christian Becker, Co-Director of the Oxford Endometriosis CaRe Centre, together with Krina Zondervan, Head of Department at the Nuffield
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The current obesity epidemic demands innovative solutions, and the development of a vibrating ingestible device offers hope. By targeting stomach receptors to induce feelings of fullness, the device presents a potentially non-invasive method for weight management. While further research and human trials are needed, early results from animal studies are promising. If proven safe for
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Have you heard of HIE? It’s the second leading cause of infant mortality and lifelong disability worldwide. 2-3 per 1,000 live births in high-income countries, and upwards of 30 per 1,000 live births in low and middle income countries, are diagnosed with a type of neonatal and pediatric brain injury, Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy. This diagnosis
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