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Ένα όμορφο χαμόγελο συμβάλει σημαντικά στη τόνωση της αυτοπεποίθησης ενός ατόμου με ότι αυτό συνεπάγεται. Πριν μερικά χρόνια θεωρείτο ότι η ορθοδοντική απευθυνόταν μόνο σε παιδιά και εφήβους. Τα τελευταία χρόνια λόγ...

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The first genetic mutation that appears to protect against multiple aspects of biological aging in humans has been discovered in an extended family of Old Order Amish living in the vicinity of Berne, Indiana. An experimental "longevity" drug that recreates the effect of the mutation is now being tested in human trials to see if it provides protection against some aging-related illnesses. Indiana...

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That "to do" list of chores and errands could actually provide a variety of health benefits, according to. The study, published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, found women over age 65 who engaged in regular light physical activity had a reduction in the risk of mortality. "Every movement counts," said Andrea LaCroix, PhD, "A lot of what we do on a daily basis is improving...

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Researchers from the University of Sheffield and COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore, Pakistan have discovered that sugar can in fact be good for you following breakthrough study. The research, found that sugar can help aid new blood vessel formation, also known as angiogenesis. New blood vessel formation is crucial for wound healing as blood vessels carry blood around the body wh...

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How the immune system identifies invading bacteria? The body's homeland safety unit is more detailed than any airport spot check. For the first time, researchers have observed a mouse immune system protein frisking a snippet of an attacking bacterium. The inspection is far more extensive than scientists imagined: the immune system protein, similar to those in humans, scans the bacterial protein i...

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Article by: Dr Kyriacos (Kikis) Patatas MBBS (London) BSc (Hons) FRCR CCST (UK) EBIR | Interventional Radiologist KYD Profile: https://www.knowyourdoctor.com.cy/doctors/3197-dr-kyriacos-kikis-patatas An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is a bulge or swelling in the aorta, the main blood vessel that runs from the heart down through the chest and tummy. It is a very dangerous condition...

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Λίγο μετά τις δύο με τρεις το μεσημέρι πολλοί άνθρωποι αρχίζουν να έχουν μια έντονη νύστα συνήθως στη δουλειά. Η μόνη διέξοδος για αρκετούς φαίνεται να είναι ένας ακόμη καφές, προκειμένου ώστε να έρθουν σε πέρας τις υπο...

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1.Κατανάλωση πρωινού. Λόγω του μεγάλου φόρτου εργασίας αρκετά άτομα  αγνοούν την κατανάλωση πρωινού ενώ σε ορισμένες περιπτώσεις δέν καταναλώνουν ούτε μεσημεριανό με αποτέλεσμα να τρώνε ένα κύριο γεύμα το βράδυ το ...

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Stopping long-term, low-dose aspirin therapy may increase your risk of suffering a cardiovascular event, according to new research in the American Heart Association's journal Circulation.   Aspirin, taken in low doses, is used to help reduce the risk for recurrent heart attack or stroke. Aspirin inhibits clotting, lowering the risk of cardiovascular events. Nearly 10 to 20 percent of heart...

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A study led the University of Warwick suggests that people are reluctant to use public access defibrillators to treat cardiac arrests.   The analysis of existing international studies, which has been published in the European Heart Journal, suggests that there are a number of factors that prevent members of the public from using them and potentially saving lives.   The researchers' s...

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