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Can chlamydia symptoms show up months later

Even protected sex carries a risk of spreading bacterial infections. Doctors can treat chlamydia with antibiotics. Asymptomatic sexually transmitted diseases: the case for screening. Youth risk behavior surveillance — United States, Longitudinal studies on chlamydial infections in the first year of life. CDC is not responsible for Section compliance accessibility on other federal or private… Read More »

41 Countries Later, This Doc’s Pick for Best Health System “Hack” | Dr. Niti Pall, KPMG & AXA

Health Tech Mar 13, 2020• By JESSICA DaMASSA, WTF HEALTH Dr. Niti Pall has experience working in 41 different health systems around the world in her roles as Global Medical Director for KPMG, Senior Mobile Health Advisor for AXA, and as a General Practitioner in the U.K. With that type of diverse experience across health… Read More »

ITV producer who was left brain damaged after eating nuts is finally home FIVE YEARS later

ITV producer who was left brain damaged, paralysed and blind after eating nuts is finally home following FIVE YEARS in hospital Amy May Shead had an anaphylactic shock after eating just one mouthful of nuts Went into cardiac arrest and her brain was starved of oxygen for six minutes Confined to a wheelchair, is partially… Read More »

Lead Exposure in Childhood May Affect Mental Health Later in Life

Adults who were exposed to lead during their childhood are more likely to experience mental health problems and develop unhealthy personality traits, according to a new study published in JAMA Psychiatry, reports Medical News Today. Researchers from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, reviewed the data of more than 1,000 participants born in 1972 and… Read More »

Could Teenage Personality Predict Mortality Risk Later In Life?

Researchers have known for a while that certain personality traits in adulthood are linked to health problems later on. For instance, being prone to anger has been connected to both immediate and future heart disease risk. And while not quite personality, but definitely psychology, a recent study showed that being bullied at work is also linked to cardiovascular risk… Read More »