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Could Heartburn Meds Lead to Drug-Resistant Germs?

The findings do not prove that PPIs — which include popular brands such as Prilosec (omeprazole), Prevacid (lansoprazole) and Nexium (esomeprazole) — are the cause, experts said.         But they are the latest to raise safety questions about the top-selling prescription and over-the-counter medicines.

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With New Hotspots, Coronavirus on Verge of Pandemic

Pandemics are more severe than outbreaks or epidemics. It’s a term that signals that a disease is a threat to the entire world.  While public health officials seemed to downplay the significance of attaching the word to COVID-19, there’s no doubt about its importance in public messaging.

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6 Ways We Can Better Protect Endangered Animals

The post 6 Ways We Can Better Protect Endangered Animals appeared first on Earthava.

Endangered animals are those with populations so small, they’re at risk of going the way of the wooly mammoth. According to experts, the earth is on the brink of a crisis, with more than 1 million species on track for extinction in the coming decades.  Each time a species disappears, the consequences are profound, leading […]

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Can Men Dine Their Way to Higher Sperm Counts?

Median sperm counts were highest among men who ate a healthy diet (167 million), followed by the vegetarian-style diet (151 million) and the Danish diet (146 million). (Median means half had higher counts, half lower.)

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Drug Company Perks Spur Doctors’ Prescriptions

More than 20% of Medicare Part D expenses on brand-name medications came from doctors who received an incentive related to a drug they prescribed. Nearly 30% of physicians got an incentive for at least one drug they prescribed during the study period.

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Hidden Dangers of Ultraprocessed Foods

Unless you make all your food at home from scratch — and even then — processed food is practically unavoidable. But there are degrees of processing.

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Woman Plays Violin During Brain Surgery

Midway through the surgery, Turner was wakened and asked to her play her violin to “ensure the surgeons did not damage any crucial areas of the brain that controlled Dagmar’s delicate hand movements,? according to the hospital.

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