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Flu Vaccine In Pregnancy

Posted on September 20th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

Did you know that unborn babies are temporarily protected by their mother’s flu shot? A new study found that immunity fades within weeks after birth. In a randomized, placebo-controlled study, researchers measured the efficacy of the flu vaccine on the unborn babies of vaccinated pregnant women by comparing rates of disease and levels of antibodies […]

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How Long Work Days Can Affect Your Heart

Posted on August 26th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

If you work long hours, this could be increasing your chance of serious cardiovascular complications. A study from the European Heart Journal found that those who recorded having long work hours have a greater potential to develop atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation is an irregular heartbeat that can cause blood clots, heart failure, and other heart-related […]

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Increased Risk of Birth Defects With Antibiotics

Posted on August 14th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

In the United States alone, about 3% of babies are born with a birth defect. There can be many causes but a key contender involves the antibiotics you take while pregnant. There are multiple studies pointing at certain antibiotics that put a baby at risk of birth defects. In one large study by a British […]

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Do Smart Kids Live Longer Than Their Peers?

Posted on August 1st, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

A long-term study shows that the answer is yes! Apparently, children who are more intelligent than their peers tend to have a longer life span. The researchers analyzed over 75,000 men and women born in 1936 that had all taken the same standardized tests in Britain during 1947. 68 years later, the researchers could confirm […]

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5 Things Not To Say To Someone With A Disability

Posted on July 14th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

It is not uncommon to feel a sense of nervousness when speaking to someone with a disability. Often people are afraid that they will say or behave in a way that could be offensive. Interacting with someone with a disability should be no different than any other social interaction you have. You should be polite, […]

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