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  • Mercury can Attenuate the Beneficial health Effects of Fish

    Mercury can Attenuate the Beneficial health Effects of Fish0

    Higher serum long-chain omega-3 fatty acid concentration, a marker for fish consumption, was beneficially associated with cardiac performance in middle-aged and older men from eastern Finland. However, methylmercury exposure, mainly through certain fish species, attenuated these associations, according to a new PhD thesis from the University of Eastern Finland. Coronary heart disease is a major

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  • Measuring Health

    Measuring Health0

    What is the best measurement for health and fitness? The post Measuring Health appeared first on Under Armour. Source link

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  • Research in Sheep Suggests Possible Early Test for Fetal Heart Health

    Research in Sheep Suggests Possible Early Test for Fetal Heart Health0

    Changes in heart rate, due to low oxygen conditions, experienced by the fetus during pregnancy, could be used to predict the future heart health of babies, shows research published in The Journal of Physiology today. Previous research has shown that sustained low levels of oxygen (called chronic hypoxia) during pregnancy significantly impair the growth of the fetus, leading to a condition known as intrauterine growth

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  • 2020 Powerlist Recognises Priory Expert’s Influentional Contribution to Mental Health

    2020 Powerlist Recognises Priory Expert’s Influentional Contribution to Mental Health0

    Priory consultant psychiatrist Dr Ian Nnatu, who is based at the Priory Hospital in North London and Priory’s Wellbeing Centres in Harley Street and Fenchurch Street in central London, has been named as one of the most influential people of African or African Caribbean heritage in the UK, in the annual Powerlist. The Powerlist 2020

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  • Health Leaders Set Priorities for New Gorvernment

    Health Leaders Set Priorities for New Gorvernment0

    Health leaders across England have urged the incoming Government to address the critical issues that will improve and transform services for patients as they warn that a lack of staffing and failure to address the pensions crisis is putting care at risk. In a survey carried out by the NHS Confederation ahead of the General

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  • Why is sleep so important for health and wellbeing? 💤😴

    Why is sleep so important for health and wellbeing? 💤😴0

    When the body sleeps, it goes into a deep healing state, helping to repair and recover the body from stress and damage. Not getting enough sleep – over a long period of time – inevitably prevents the body from being able to protect its health and well-being. 🌿 Sleep allows our bodies to: 🌷 Repair &

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