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Workouts Link to Kidney Damage

Researches on health and wellness have shown that physical exercises should be a part of the routine to keep the body in good shape. Some are done with a professional fitness instructor or as prescribed by a medical practitioner. However, recent studies conducted on this human activities, particularly running, are linked to kidney damage.Of the many forms of workouts, most individuals opted for running to shed off fats and improve blood circulation. To further encourage people to engage in [...]

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Eye Health: Space Travelers’ Vision Problems

Recently, the International Space Station have revealed formerly unreported effects on eyesight from a long-duration space flight. Now, a new and significant finding in this area was published in THE FASEB Journal, as senior author Dr, Scott M. Smith, a researcher in the Biomedical Research and Environment Sciences Division at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX, explained that they have identified “a genetic link in astronauts with vision issues.” Dr. Smith, together with his colleagues discovered that two notable differences [...]

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2016: A Year of Legalization of Marijuana for New York

DNAinfo New York has reported that New York’s medical marijuana program will finally start its progress this month as four dispensaries open their doors in early January in New York City. However, the advocates are thinking that medical marijuana use may become slow to take off in the health industry. The beginning come more than a year after the Compassionate Care Act was signed into law last July 2014 which allowed physicians to use cannabis as a prescription for a [...]

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