Researchers from #UMichPath and @UMRogelCancer have discovered a way to harness the power of #immunotherapy for advanced #prostatecancer.
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Strict #vegan and #paleo eating patterns seem to be at opposite ends of the diet spectrum. Both can offer health benefits, though it’s wise to understand the nutritional gaps left by each approach: https://bit.ly/37fLHRa #HarvardHealth
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Regular tea drinking linked to better heart health: https://bit.ly/3rDDm2N #HarvardHealth
Fitness is not always best measured by parameters like your weight, your ability to run a 5K, or whether you can do 10 push-ups. Instead, one key test of #fitness is whether you can stand from a seated position. Try it: https://bit.ly/3i90gMt #HarvardHealth
Experts including #UMichNursing assistant professor and falls researcher Dr. Geoffrey Hoffman (@GeoffreyHoffma9) discuss poll findings based on answers from a national sample of more than 2,000 adults aged 50 to 80.
NEW: The pandemic may have increased older adults’ risk of falling, due to reduced physical activity and conditioning, and increased fear of falling.
Read more about our new National #poll on #HealthyAging findings: https://ihpi.umich.edu/news/pandemic-may-have-increased-older-adults-fall-risk-poll-suggests
Internationally renowned physician-scientist Dr. Beth Karlan @beth_karlan, prof at @DGSOMUCLA & director of cancer population genetics at @UCLAJCCC, is being honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Gynecologic Cancer Society. ➨ https://ucla.in/3BRj7Dr
Which diet is best for long-term weight loss? https://bit.ly/3BO6Oba #HarvardHealth
Experts strongly discourage twirling cotton-tipped swabs in the ears. Wondering why? Here are 3 reasons to leave earwax alone: https://bit.ly/3BLU1pz #HarvardHealth
The joy parents feel when a new baby arrives may be displaced by all-consuming worries. While postpartum anxiety may seem invisible compared with more well-known postpartum depression, it's common and treatable: https://bit.ly/3xj1KrD #HarvardHealth
What a special day, indeed! Thank you @OhmniLabs for helping us create this tender moment! 💙💛
Not ready to return to the gym, post-COVID? All you need for a great all-body workout is your own body weight. https://bit.ly/372lAwK #HarvardHealth
New publication from @umichneuro's own, @craigawill! Shedding a Little Light on the Need for Scheduled #ICU Admission Following Endovascular Treatment of Unruptured Intracranial #Aneurysm in @NeurocritCareJ - https://www.doi.org/10.1007/s12028-021-01316-y
Even if your weight is normal, a widening waistline may put you at a higher risk of heart disease, according to a new scientific statement from the American Heart Association. https://bit.ly/3zD1VQ8 #HarvardHealth
Peaches, nectarines, apricots, plums, and cherries are all considered stone fruits because they all contain hard seeds or pits. They’re all decent sources of fiber, vitamins A and C, and potassium: https://bit.ly/3xav2cb #HarvardHealth
People with lower blood levels of vitamin D are at higher risk of various serious illnesses, including several types of #cancer. But that doesn’t mean that raising blood levels by taking vitamin D supplements would reduce cancer risk: https://bit.ly/371Qdm0 #HarvardHealth
Join us in recognizing #WorldLungCancerDay. Since 1977, UCLA Health has been at the cutting edge of research, named one of seven National Cancer Institute’s Lung Cancer Study Group sites. Learn more about the pioneering work we’re doing today ➡ https://ucla.in/3kp0ssm
New research upholds the longstanding advice to eat five fruits and vegetables a day: https://bit.ly/3rHi3h4 #HarvardHealth
Caregiving can be a round-the-clock job and many people seek caregiver education online. This #HarvardHealth course offers you a clear road map to help you care for the needs of a loved one and yourself. https://bit.ly/3B6ZJ51
Newer #cholesterol-lowering drugs, known as PCSK9 inhibitors, appear safer than #statins for some patients, according to a new study by #UCLA researchers. ➨ https://ucla.in/3ie2XMH
You might be considering surgery or other intervention to treat your #backpain But less may actually be more for this common problem, and in many instances the best medicine is good old-fashioned movement and exercise: https://bit.ly/3kZQqhT
Of course, you probably know that any physical activity, including walking, is a boon to your overall health. But walking in particular comes with a host of benefits. Here's a list of five that may surprise you: https://bit.ly/3zFfC16 #HarvardHealth
10 superfoods to boost a healthy diet: https://bit.ly/2UMFwkV #HarvardHealth
Pay attention to your gut-brain connection — it may contribute to your anxiety and digestion problems. https://bit.ly/3f5qnSx #HarvardHealth
Nearly one in three adults has #prediabetes—blood sugar that’s higher than normal and puts them at an increased risk of developing into #type2diabetes. New research shows that resistance training can be very effective in managing blood sugar. Learn more: https://ucla.in/3rg6MUx
Cognitive reserve is the brain's ability to find alternate ways of doing something. This #HarvardHealth course can help you boost your own #cognitive reserve and buffer memory loss by challenging your brain: https://bit.ly/3xHkMcs
When #Olympic gymnast #SimoneBiles withdrew over #mentalhealth concerns, she became the latest elite athlete to make clear that physical and psychological health are inextricable.
Read. ➨ https://ucla.in/3rHb3Rj
7 stretching & strengthening exercises for a frozen shoulder: https://bit.ly/3f0A1pG #HarvardHealth
With #COVID19 cases surging again, some parents who were looking forward to sending their children #backtoschool in the fall might be rethinking that plan.
Read more. ➨ https://ucla.in/3fa1uVZ
It’s common for doctors to prescribe opioid pain medications for their patients after surgery; however, prescribing large numbers of pills increases the possibility of dependence and overdose. https://bit.ly/2WuoIPX #HarvardHealth #addiction
Labels on the bottles promise better health, but these 3 supplements may wind up hurting you: https://bit.ly/3zWqZlF #HarvardHealth
Strengthening your #core: Right and wrong ways to do lunges, squats, and planks: https://bit.ly/2UO4rVi #HarvardHealth
Studies have shown that eating foods rich in flavanols is linked with less cognitive decline as people age. New research suggests a possible reason why: flavanols appear to improve blood flow to the brain. https://bit.ly/2WsDZkp #HarvardHealth
Your resting heart rate can reflect your current -- and future -- health: https://bit.ly/3kYyyUy #HarvardHealth
Is a routine medical checkup necessary or can you safely skip a year or consider a telehealth visit? https://bit.ly/3yalmQ1 #HarvardHealth @RobShmerling
During the #COVID19 #pandemic, while schools turned to remote instruction, students dealt with an unprecedented loss of community.
For many #LGBTQ students, this meant losing a vital source of support.
Learn more. ➨ https://ucla.in/3f4D2VG
Showering daily -- Is it necessary? https://bit.ly/3l4oXf4 #HarvardHealth
Although headaches are rarely harbingers of more ominous disease, it makes sense to see your doctor if you’re having #headaches frequently: https://bit.ly/3zhhVYa #HarvardHealth
#UCLAHealth #urologist Dr. David Yao answers questions about #prostatitis and other common urinary tract problems in men ages 50 and younger.
Read here. ➨ https://bit.ly/2UMd7LR
As the #COVID19 #DeltaVariant rapidly spreads, national health officials are making new recommendations for mask-wearing & social distancing, even for the vaccinated.
Read more on our #COVID-19 Timeline. ➨ https://ucla.in/39WPDZp
You can reduce age-related bone loss by starting an exercise program designed to bolster your bone strength. But what are the ideal exercises for bone health? https://bit.ly/3wF6TKx #HarvardHealth #exercise #osteoporosis
Ketorolac: As Effective as Opioids in Managing Pain Following Ureteroscopy @JUrology @SSivalingamMD
https://consultqd.clevelandclinic.org/ketorolac-as-effective-as-opioids-in-managing-pain-following-ureteroscopy/ via @CleClinicMD
Nicotine addiction explained — and how medications can help: https://bit.ly/3ylpeO8 #HarvardHealth #stopsmoking
“#Breakthrough” refers to when an individual still gets infected with #COVID19 despite #vaccination with the full dosage.
Learn more about breakthrough #COVID cases & how the #DeltaVariant is impacting the increase in cases. ➨ https://ucla.in/3xgRNLH
Adjusting gut bacteria may improve response to #cancer treatment. https://bit.ly/3iQibXq #HarvardHealth
Learn more about Spanish and how it relates to the field of #pathology.
#UMichPath faculty Dr. Sandra Camelo-Piragua sheds some light on this important topic.
Read more: https://bit.ly/3rEhgNB
Every day that you run, your body is getting stronger, you’re building stamina, and your runs will become easier. In addition to the advice on good running form, here are more ways to make #running a little easier: https://bit.ly/2VWj0pH #HarvardHealth
Compared with people who didn't take a tub bath more than twice a week, people who took a daily warm or hot bath had a 28% lower risk of cardiovascular disease and a 26% lower risk of stroke: https://bit.ly/3xds32p #HarvardHealth
Are toxins flushed out of the brain during #sleep? #HarvardHealth https://bit.ly/3i9J0XA
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