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Prostate cancer – Robotic surgery v/s Radiation - Medicircle

Dr. Himesh Gandhi talks about the key statistics of prostate cancer. He also emphasizes the importance of early diagnosis for high-risk categorized patients. Dr. ...
Jan 25

Marijuana may make sleep worse, especially for regular users, study finds

Marijuana is not an aid to sleep, experts...
Dec 30

Epileptic seizure frequency fell by 86% in kids treated with whole plant medicinal cannabis

Further therapeutic benefits of whole plant products now worth exploring, say researchers ...
Dec 27

Tobacco-style health campaigns needed to spell out ultra processed food harms

Public in the dark about these heavily marketed products; more and stronger health warnings needed, urge public health experts ...
Dec 27

Prescribe fewer antidepressants, and for shorter periods, doctors advised

Trial data don’t often assess outcomes that matter most to patients ...
Dec 27

Housework linked to sharper memory and better falls protection in older adults : BMJ

Housework keeps you fitter: Expert Opinion...
Nov 30

Gout drug colchicine doesn’t lessen COVID-19 severity or stave off risk of death

Nor does it cut hospital stay and is associated with high side effect risk ...
Nov 29

Study finds gradual increase in COVID infection risk after second vaccine dose

Results confirm that protection wanes with time and suggest a third (booster) dose might be warranted ...
Nov 29

Zinc might help to stave off respiratory infection symptoms and cut illness duration

But the quality of evidence variable, and no clarity on optimal formulation or dose ...
Nov 09

Non-invasive breathing support for COVID-19 patients isn’t linked to heightened infection risk

CPAP and high-flow nasal oxygen (HFNO) don’t produce more air/surface viral contamination than simple oxygen therapy ...
Nov 09

Study finds more than 28 million extra years of life lost in 31 countries in 2020

Rate of excess premature deaths higher in men than women; findings shed more light on the full impact of the pandemic ...
Nov 09

Zinc might help to stave off respiratory infection symptoms and cut illness duration

But the quality of evidence variable, and no clarity on optimal formulation or dose ...
Nov 09

Clinically significant cataract linked to increased risk of vascular death

The risk of death from strokes, heart attacks and other vascular causes increased by more than a third ...
Oct 29

US ranked world No 2 for salt content of processed meat/fish products

China ranked first; UK last: but wide variations, depending on the product, finds 5-country study ...
Oct 23

Increasing dairy intake reduces falls and fractures among older care home residents

Extra daily milk, yoghurt, and cheese led to a 33% lower risk of all fractures ...
Oct 23

High intake of fatty acid in nuts, seeds and plant oils linked to lower risk of death

Study adds to evidence of health benefits of omega 3 fatty acids in the diet ...
Oct 16

Wireless kit might be cheap alternative to usual treatment of ‘glue ear’ in kids

Comprises headphones, microphone, plus app; acceptable to children and parents ...
Oct 16

Daily use of cannabidiol (‘CBD’) oil may be linked to lung cancer regression

May be worth further exploring cannabinoids as potential cancer treatment, say researchers ...
Oct 16

Formula milk trials are not reliable, warn experts

Recent trials lack scientific rigour; substantial change needed to protect participants from harm and protect consumers from misleading information ...
Oct 16

Serious injury risk higher for horse riding than for football, motor racing, or skiing

The risk of an injury, requiring hospital admission, is higher for horse riding than for other potentially risky sporting activities, such as football, motor racing, ...
Oct 16

Higher fruit and veg intake linked to better mental health in secondary schoolchildren

Nutritious breakfast and lunch linked to emotional wellbeing in pupils across age spectrum ...
Oct 07

Menopausal hormone therapy not linked to increased risk of developing dementia

Findings should reassure women in need of menopausal hormonal therapy ...
Oct 07

Smoking highly likely to worsen COVID-19 severity and risk of associated death

The first study of its kind to pool observational and genetic data to explore the relationship ...
Oct 07

WHO recommends antibody treatment for covid patients at high risk of hospital admission

And for severely ill patients who have no natural antibodies to covid-19 ...
Sep 27

Diabetes drug may help to prolong preterm pregnancies in women with pre-eclampsia

Further trials needed to confirm results, but researchers “cautiously optimistic” that treatment of preterm pre-eclampsia is possible ...
Sep 27

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