Brain Calls the Shots on Which Hand Holds Cellphone

FRIDAY, Feb. 24, 2012 (HealthDay News) — About 70 percent of individuals hold their cellphone to the ear on an indistinguishable side from their overwhelming hand, another investigation finds. Left-mind scholars will probably utilize their correct hand for composing and other regular undertakings. They’re additionally more inclined to hold their cellphone to their correct ear, […]

Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Protect the Aging Brain

MONDAY, Feb. 27, 2012 (HealthDay News) — Middle-matured and elderly grown-ups who frequently eat sustenances rich in omega-3 unsaturated fats may moderate the psychological decrease that prompts dementia, as per another investigation. Analysts found that individuals with the most noteworthy blood levels of these basic unsaturated fats — found in fish, for example, salmon and […]

Poor Patients Less Likely to Sue Doctors

TUESDAY, Feb. 28, 2012 (HealthDay News) — Poor individuals are more averse to sue their specialist than patients with more cash are, another investigation appears. This finding may come as an astonishment to numerous doctors who think generally due to an “oblivious inclination” they have against low-pay patients, as per ponder creator Dr. Ramon Jimenez, […]

Dangerous Bacteria Also Spreads Outside Hospitals

TUESDAY, March 6, 2012 (HealthDay News) — The perilous microscopic organisms Clostridium difficile spreads in doctor’s facilities as well as in other social insurance settings, causing contaminations and demise rates to hit “memorable highs,” U.S. wellbeing authorities revealed Tuesday. “C. difficile is a savage diarrheal contamination that represents a huge danger to U.S. human services […]

3 Health Wins (and 2 Losses) During March Madness

As March Madness clears the country, fans wherever might be amazed to discover that the NCAA competition isn’t simply pointless fooling around — it can really significantly affect your wellbeing. A large portion of the impacts appear to be certain. “Being engaged with a social gathering with shared esteems and interests is evidently sound,” says […]

75-Year Study Finds Dramatic Rise in U.S. Lifespans

TUESDAY, March 13, 2012 (HealthDay News) — A glance at insights extending from 1935 to 2010 discovered critical changes in Americans’ normal life expectancies, for the most part because of variables, for example, better medicinal care and decreases in smoking rates. While demise is, obviously, unavoidable for everybody, the normal American’s general danger of passing […]

Update on Hair Loss Treatment for Men

In case you’re encountering male pattern baldness, you’re not the only one. About a fourth of all men start to go bare when they’re 30, and around 66% are either bare or have diminishing hair by age 60. While in years past, men were compelled to cover uncovered spots with toupees or bald spots, medicinal […]

AARP Arming For Medicare Battle

MONDAY, March 19, 2012 (Kaiser Health News) — “Envision a world without Medicare.” That’s the mobilizing cry of another grassroots crusade propelled today by the monster seniors amass AARP that will incorporate town corridor gatherings in 50 states and national TV promotions. Against a background of recommendations to upgrade the well known social protection program […]