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Women who have already undergone menopause have more hyperintensities on their brains, and the lesions put them at a higher risk of cognitive decline (file photo)

Women who have gone through menopause have ‘hyperintensities’, raises risk of Alzheimer’s

Women who have gone through menopause have ‘hyperintensities’ on their brain that raises risk of Alzheimer’s and stroke, study finds Researchers found that women who have already undergone menopause have more hyperintensities – a small lesion – on their brain People who have more on their brain are more likely to develop cognitive conditions like …

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The CDC is sending monkeypox vaccines to people at high risk in a race to prevent the spread

The CDC is sending monkeypox vaccines to people at high risk in a race to prevent the spread

Test tubes labelled “Monkeypox virus positive and negative” are seen in this illustration taken May 23, 2022.  Dado Ruvic | Reuters The Biden administration has distributed 1,200 monkeypox vaccine doses for people who have had high-risk exposures to the virus, part of a nationwide public health response to stamp out the disease before it causes …

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If you drink these types of coffee, you could have a lower death risk | CNN

If you drink these types of coffee, you could have a lower death risk | CNN

CNN  —  The earthy, caffeine-infused coffee drink may hold more power than waking you up in the morning. Drinking either sweetened or unsweetened coffee is associated with a lower death risk compared with not drinking the beverage, according to a new study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine. Researchers surveyed 171,616 participants in …

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Drinking coffee may be linked to lower risk of death, even with a little sugar

Drinking coffee may be linked to lower risk of death, even with a little sugar

Contrary to popular myth, forgoing coffee isn’t likely to improve your health. The opposite might be true: Years of research suggests that drinking coffee is linked with a lower risk of death. The latest addition to that body of research was published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The study looked at around 120,000 …

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Large survey finds who may be at highest risk for long COVID

Large survey finds who may be at highest risk for long COVID

It’s a question everyone wants answered: Who is more likely to develop long COVID-19, the debilitating symptoms that can linger for weeks, months or even longer, after an infection? A new unpublished study from 23andMe is part of a growing body of research shedding light on who experiences post-COVID conditions and why. The survey, which …

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Taking This Medication Can Raise Your Dementia Risk — Best Life

Taking This Medication Can Raise Your Dementia Risk — Best Life

Your risk of developing dementia is determined by a wide range of factors—some of which you can control, and others you can’t. Your family history, for instance, is simply the luck of the draw, and much as you might wish to, you can’t change your age. On the other hand, things like your diet, alcohol …

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Link Between Exercise Intensity and Risk of Infection – Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers identify the exertion level where aerosol particle emission increases exponentially, offering an explanation as to why exercise intensity may be linked to the transmission of infections. Source: TUM Before the study, it was known that the respiratory volume for untrained people increases from around 5–15 liters per minute at rest to over 100 …

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