Level of health in old age and levels of glutamine and amino acids

As life expectancy increases, the presence of chronic diseases and multimorbidity (presence of several chronic diseases) also increases. One of the current social and health challenges is that the “extra” years of life are lived in good health by the elderly. Some socio-demographic aspects such as age, sex or socio-economic level have been considered as … Read more

Women are at the same risk as men of having irregular heartbeats

Preventing diseases such as hypertension and controlling cholesterol and triglyceride levels are key to keeping the heart healthy. Photo: Pexels. New research challenges the conventional wisdom that men are more exposed wing atrial fibrillation. The new study results were obtained at Cedars-Sinai Smidt Heart Institute in the United States. They were published in the journal … Read more

Caution as monkeypox cases drop

More than 90 countries affected and 53,000 cases of monkeypox have occurred since the outbreak began in May. Spain was not the first country – it was the UK – but it became the most affected, with more than 6,645 cases as of September 2, according to the latest data from the Ministry of Health. … Read more

Massive Study Reveals Blood Type Most at Risk for Stroke

Blood type determines the risk of having a stroke. / The North They identify which blood group is most likely to have a stroke before the age of 60 THE NORTH Thursday, September 1, 2022, 8:39 PM The strong impact around the world of this condition of the blood circulation make stroke a general concern … Read more

The polypill reduces cardiovascular mortality by 33% in patients treated after a heart attack

The polypill includes three key drugs prescribed to patients who have had a heart attack: aspirin, an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor and a statin. The polypill developed by CNIC and Ferrer, which includes three drugs (aspirin, an angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor and a statin), is effective in preventing cardiovascular events after a heart attack, … Read more

Extensive Study Links Black Tea Drinking to Lower Mortality Risk | Science and ecology | D.W.

New research reveals that drinking black tea may have health benefits and be associated with a moderately lower mortality risk, as detailed in a comprehensive review. study published Monday (29.08.2022) by the journal Annals of Internal Medicine. Tea is one of the most consumed beverages in the world and is known to have effective substances … Read more

The Government of La Rioja extends the new early detection program for cervical cancer to the health zones of Haro and Santo Domingo – Radio Haro – Cadena Ser.

I like I like I like I have fun surprises me It saddens me It annoys me At the end of April, the piloting of the new screening began in the health centers of Cascajos, La Guindalera and Alberite and, gradually, it will reach the total of La Rioja until reaching 90,000 women in Rioja, … Read more

“Making HIV visible helps erase the stigma it still has”

Atresmedia’s “Queens to the Rescue” show, in which four “drag-queens” share a week with people from the LGTBI community in rural areas, made a stopover in the province. Jordi Jiménez, 34 and from Benilloba, starred in the second installment, which aired on August 21. In it, he shared that he was HIV-positive, which he believes … Read more

Spain will reserve the second dose of monkeypox vaccine for immunocompromised

The monkeypox (“monkeypox”) vaccination plan provides for the administration of a single dose until the drugs become more availableexcept for immunosuppressed people, who will receive the second injection 28 days after the first to complete the recommendation. These people, as well as pregnant women and children, will receive the normal amount of 0.5 ml of … Read more