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Cocoa could bring sweet relief to walking pain for people with peripheral artery disease

Research Highlights: Patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD) who consumed a flavanol-rich cocoa beverage three times daily for six months saw significant improvements in their 6-minute walking distance compared to a placebo, in a small, phase II randomized study. While this data is preliminary and requires confirmation, it suggests a potential therapeutic effect of cocoa… Read More »

Can i bring yoga mat on plane

If you’re really limited on suitcase space, which means you’re slipping all over the place. But yoga teaches us that even in the darkest hour – the Truth at the heart of all things. The Niyamas Where the yamas are all about your interactions with others; purity isn’t about obsessing over the right can i bring… Read More »

What will 2020 bring for medicine and science? – STAT – STAT

Last year, when we asked science and health care soothsayers to peek ahead to 2019, they told us that methamphetamine use would rise (it did), tumor organoids would near clinical use for personalizing cancer treatment and better targeting clinical trials (that’s happening), and price transparency wouldn’t bring lower health spending (that’s true, too). But nobody… Read More »

INCA welcomes greater certainty that the General Election will bring

London, UK, 13 December 2019 – The Independent Networks Co-operative Association (INCA) has today congratulated new Prime Minister Boris Johnson on his historic election victory, welcoming the greater certainty the result will bring. INCA CEO Malcolm Corbett said: “On behalf of our members INCA offers congratulations to the Prime Minister for his historic General Election… Read More »

Viewpoints: Silence From The Surgeon General Won’t Help End Gun Violence; Making It Easier To Get Birth Control Can Bring Down Rate Of Unintended Pregnancies

Opinion writers weigh in on these health topics and others. The Hill: The Surgeon General’s Deafening Silence On Gun Violence Last week the head of the Association of American Medical Colleges called gun violence a “public health crisis” in America. To address it, Dr. David J. Skorton wrote, “[t]hose of us in the health care… Read More »