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Tehnology Writer

HEALTH / The daily deal : a neck massager at an unbeatable price
As of this week, helpmeoutDOC has begun offering a series of massively discounted health items for sale. Today it is time to introduce our readers…
July 28, 2016 | 0 comments

Gabriel Rosoga
Medical and Health Writer

BEAUTY & SKIN CARE / Bee venom serums work miracles on skin
Bee venom, when used in small dosis, proves to be a very effective natural medicine, with extremely beneficial impact on the human organism, with particular…
September 8, 2016 | 1 comment

Ion Gireada
Science Writer

HEALTH / Reasons why your brain hears a ringing
Brain activity in people affected by tinnitus is very different from what happens when sound is detected in brains of healthy people, new research uncovered.…
April 27, 2015 | 0 comments

Ionut Popescu
Health and lifestyle writer

HEALTH / Brits oblivious to obesity leading to cancer
British population largely unware of link between obesity and cancer, finds new survey conducted by the organization Cancer Research UK. According to the survey, 75%…
September 9, 2016 | 0 comments

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Reasons why your brain hears a ringing


27 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 0 comments
Brain activity in people affected by tinnitus is very different from what happens when sound is detected in brains of healthy people, new research uncovered. Tinnitus is a condition in which patients experience a ringing sound that doesn’t really exist, and by understanding its mechanisms scientists may improve the lives…

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Air pollution linked to stroke and dementia


27 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 0 comments
Adding to the already wide array of inconveniences, air pollution can lead to stroke and dementia, new research indicates. The study led by Elissa H. Wilker of the Cardiovascular Epidemiology Research Unit at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center as well as the Harvard T.H. Chan Public School of Public Health…

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New asthma treatment promises cure within five years


23 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 0 comments
Promising a cure for asthma within five years, researchers have found that a protein is at the root of the condition. The findings also indicate that a drug that was originally designed to treat bone disease osteoporosis could lead to a new therapy for asthma. Researchers found protein called calcium-sensing…

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Hangover cure in ancient Egypt relied on wearing leaves around the neck


23 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 0 comments
Dealing with a hangover in ancient Egypt required some work, because instead of taking an ibuprofen when headaches pounded, people in Egypt may have worn a leafy necklace. This is what apparently is written on a papyrus written in Greek with the recipe of a “drunken headache” cure. It says…

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Novel effective treatment effectively fights against Ebola virus strain


23 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 0 comments
A post-exposure to Ebola treatment demonstrating highly effective capabilities is now available against a specific strain of the virus that killed thousands of people in West Africa, researchers announced. This is the very first effective treatment against the new Makona outbreak of Ebona in animals that were infected with the…

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Excess sugar, added carbs identified as true culprits in obesity


23 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 1 comment
Lack of physical activity is considered the triggering factor for obesity, but excess sugar and carbohydrates are in fact the true culprits, health experts claim. Scientists say the current surge in poor diet is responsible for the increased occurrence of the disease more than physical inactivity, alcohol and smoking combined.…

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Contraceptive pills impact areas of brain


23 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 0 comments
Contraceptive pills have allowed women to exercise control over their own fertility, but the effects of birth control pills alter body’s response and general reactions. A new study opens up more discussions on whether the positive use of oral contraceptives outweigh the cons, indicating that extended birth control use may…

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Eating yogurt provides no health benefits


23 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 2 comments
The highly recommended habit of eating yogurt in the morning may not provide the health benefits initially thought, new research shows. A recent Spanish study found no link between the regular intake of yogurt and expected improvement of physical and mental parameters. It has been the belief shared by researchers…

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Genetic factors play a role in how attractive a person is to mosquitoes


23 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 0 comments
The notion that smell attracts mosquitoes is all too familiar, but scientists wanted to determine whether genes have any role in this matter. "Human odor is known to be controlled, at least in part, by genetic factors, and it is possible that variation in our attractiveness to mosquitoes is also…

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“Medicinal cannabis” use strongly discouraged


22 Apr, 2015 | Health, Lifestyle | 2 comments
The use of cannabis-based medicines for pain relief in chronic non-cancer pain is based on weak evidence and more anecdote than on clinical science and practice, pain physicians in New Zealand and Australia claim. The Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists issued a…