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David Henneberry, an avid boater who is a member of the Watertown Yacht Club, found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev inside his boat covered in blood

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...rious condition at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and is reported to have lost a great deal of blood. David Henneberry, an avid boater who is a member of the Watertown Yacht Club, found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev inside his boat covered in blood Police cornered Dzhokhar Tsarnaev around 7 p.m., less than an hour after police lifted a stay-indoors order for the city and its suburbs. A resident in his...

Macular degeneration is more common in old age

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...rs, Dr. Rajendra Apte, said the role of macrophages changed and they triggered the production of new blood vessels. “Instead of being protective, they accelerate the disease, but we didn’t understand why they switched to become the bad cells,” he said. Normally the cells can “eat” fatty deposits and send them back into the blood. However, their research showed that ol...

The combination of high blood pressure, a vastly expanding waistline and a lack of physical activity as he serves a 33-year prison sentence have doctors concerned about OJ Simpson’s health

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...ounds and prison doctors have encouraged him to exercise and eat more healthfully to combat the high blood pressure and diabetes. Instead, OJ Simpson is listlessly passing the days by laying in bed in his prison cell and only getting up to get sugar-filled snacks. “OJ’s doctors have told him he could be dead in as little as three months because of his out-of-control blood sugar and blood pre...

Experts have found that a blood test that reads genetic results like a barcode can pick out the most aggressive prostate cancers

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Experts have found that a blood test that reads genetic results like a barcode can pick out the most aggressive prostate cancers. The test, which looks at the signature pattern of genes switched on and off in blood cells triggered by the tumor, can sort the “tigers” from the “pussycats”. London’s Institute of Cancer Research trialled the test in 94 patients. The find...

Stem cell researchers in Japan are heralding a "major scientific discovery", with the potential to start a new age of personalized medicine

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Stem cell researchers in Japan are heralding a “major scientific discovery”, with the potential to start a new age of personalized medicine. Scientists showed stem cells can now be made quickly just by dipping blood cells into acid. Stem cells can transform into any tissue and are already being trialed for healing the eye, heart and brain. The latest development, published in the jour...

Obese people can be physically healthy and fit and at no greater risk of heart disease or cancer than normal weight people

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...ight people, a new research found. The key is being “metabolically fit”, meaning no high blood pressure, cholesterol or raised blood sugar, and exercising, according to experts. Looking at data from over 43,000 US people they found that being overweight per se did not pose a big health risk. The results are published in the European Heart Journal. In the study at the University of Sout...

A new scientific study has found that drinking a glass of red wine could actually reduce your chance of piling on the pounds

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...inkers in 14 of 19 countries. According to those behind the research, the resveratrol in wine keeps blood vessels open and flexible since it reduces the stickiness of blood platelets. As a result, this maintains a good supply of blood to the brain. Boosting the Immune System We all want to avoid getting sick and, who knows, maybe there are some of us out there that want to live forever. Wine c...

A vegetarian diet can have a dramatic effect on the health of your heart

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...; more than any other disease, and 2.6 million people live with the condition. The heart’s own blood supply becomes blocked up by fatty deposits in the arteries that nourish the heart muscle. It can cause angina or even lead to a heart attack if the blood vessels become completely blocked. A vegetarian diet can have a dramatic effect on the health of your heart Scientists at the University...

TATT (tired all the time) symptom affects one in ten people

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TATT (tired all the time) affects one in ten people, but just a third of these will have anything physically wrong with them, making it a tricky problem to tackle. 1. WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE Do drink 6 to 8 glasses of water a day Catherine Collins, chief dietician at St George’s Hospital, South London, says: “Without adequate fluid intake, blood pressure drops, slowing delivery of oxygen to...

The risks of stroke, heart and circulatory disease are higher in areas with a lot of aircraft noise

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...shed. “However, it is plausible that it might be contributing – for example, by raising blood pressure or by disturbing people’s sleep.” “There’s a <<startle reaction>> to loud noise – if you’re suddenly exposed to it, the heart rate and blood pressure increase. “And aircraft noise can be annoying for some people, which can also a...

Michael Cohen was dragged on to Clovelly beach near Fish Hoek , then he was airlifted to hospital and is in a critical

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A power cut could have prevented a shark spotter from sounding a warning alarm just before Michael Cohen was savaged by a great white off the coast of Cape Town in South Africa. The shark spotter is thought to have seen Michael Cohen, the 43 year-old British swimmer enter the water and attempted to warn him of danger – but the siren didn’t work because of a city-wide power cut, it has...

Rotating night shifts can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes

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...to be in a good state of health. Repeated lack of sleep, working at night can lead to obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, high blood sugar, type 2 diabetes and depression. Researchers from Boston, Massachusetts, have conducted a study that enrolled two groups of women, for almost 20 years. The study, which appeared this December in PLoS Medicine, showed that women who worked rotating nig...

Chronic hepatitis C might lead to liver cirrhosis.

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...s C virus, or HCV) that infects the liver and it is transmitted through direct contact with infected blood and blood products, transfusions of infected blood, using unsterilized needles or other contaminated instruments. Hepatitis C is extremely rare transmitted through sexual intercourse. Worldwide around 170 million people are infected with hepatitis C, especially with genotype 1. The chronic in...

Eating large amounts of sugary, refined carbohydrates, such as biscuits and cakes, may trigger excess hair

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...ly and can cause insulin resistance, explains Dr. Rina Davison. Insulin is the hormone that controls blood sugar level; “resistance” means the hormone becomes less effective at lowering blood sugar, so the body has to produce more of it to get the job done. Eating large amounts of sugary, refined carbohydrates, such as biscuits and cakes, may trigger excess hair “The problem is that a raised insu...

deadly delicacies

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If you are an adrenalin lover, you will go for almost any challenge, but would you accept to try deadly delicacies?   It is not about fast-food or so called junk food. We all know about it, but most of us just live on the edge every day eating it. [googlead tip="vertical_mare" aliniat="dreapta"]Wherever there are some exotic, original and dangerous delicacies, there are people willing to tas...

Vitamin B3 was tested on Staphylococcal infections, such as the potentially fatal MRSA

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Vitamin B3 could be the new weapon in the fight against resistant bugs such as MRSA, a new research has suggested. US experts found B3, also known as nicotinamide, boosts the ability of immune cells to kill Staphylococcus bacteria. B3 increases the numbers and efficacy of neutrophils, white blood cells that can kill and eat harmful bugs. The study, in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, could...

Pioneers of the ED1000 treatment say the vibrations encourage new blood vessels to form and eventually to cure erectile dysfunction

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...p to a quarter of men over 40, is most commonly caused by the hardening of the arteries, restricting blood flow. Pioneers of the ED1000 treatment say the vibrations encourage new blood vessels to form. Although the treatment sounds discomfiting – it involves directing pressurized sound waves directly on to the genitals – patients have been assured that it is pain-free. Those undergoing...

John Nicholson’s book presents the story of how eating meat again, after twenty-six vegetarian years, changed his life powerfully for the better

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...t cholesterol levels, suggested that heart disease was linked to large amounts of cholesterol in the blood, he never claimed those levels were linked to the amount of cholesterol we eat. “There’s no connection whatsoever between cholesterol in food and cholesterol in blood,” he said in a magazine article in 1997. “And we’ve known that all along.” Since then, the NHS’s paranoia about cholesterol in...

The eye condition the researchers were looking at was retinopathy, which is common in patients with Type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure

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...logy, linked damage to the retina with declining brain function. Researchers believe issues with the blood supply may be damaging both the eye and the brain. The eye condition the researchers were looking at was retinopathy, which is common in patients with Type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure. Damage to the retina can eventually lead to blindness. Scientists followed 511 women, who were 65 or o...

A new study suggests that an "early and aggressive" approach to people on the cusp of developing Type 2 diabetes is justified to reduce cases of the disease

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A new study suggests that an “early and aggressive” approach to people on the cusp of developing Type 2 diabetes is justified to reduce cases of the disease. People with “pre-diabetes” have higher than normal blood sugar which has not yet reached diabetic levels. A US study, published in the Lancet, showed restoring normal sugar levels more than halved the numbers going on...

Early results from a US trial suggest it may be possible to use "stem cell shielding" to protect the body from the damaging effects of chemotherapy

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...used genetically modified stem cells to protect the bone marrow. The body constantly churns out new blood cells in the hollow spaces inside bone. However, bone marrow is incredibly susceptible to chemotherapy. The treatment results in fewer white blood cells being produced, which increase the risk of infection, and fewer red blood cells, which leads to shortness of breath and tiredness. Early re...

Sacha Baron Cohen wished Her Majesty well for her upcoming “blood diamond” jubilee and said he hoped it was a smooth transition when Prince Charles kills her and takes the throne

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Sacha Baron Cohen already caused a stir promoting his new film The Dictator when he tipped Kim Jong-Il’s “ashes” over Ryan Seacrest at the Oscars in February. Now, the London-born comedian has controversially attacked Queen Elizabeth II in a new trailer for The Dictator made especially for the UK. Sacha Baron Cohen wished Her Majesty well for her upcoming “blood diamond” jubilee and said he...

Angelina Jolie has become an honorary citizen of Sarajevo at the city's film festival

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...ary citizen of Sarajevo at the city’s film festival, in recognition of her film In the Land of Blood and Honey about Bosnia’s 1992-1995 war. Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, tells the story of a Bosnian Muslim woman’s love for a Bosnian Serb man during the war. “This means so much to me. My heart is in this city,” said a tearful Ange...

Human stem cells can be genetically engineered into “warrior” cells that fight HIV and can attack HIV-infected cells inside a tissue

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...mbles the disease and its progression in humans. In a series of tests on the mice’s peripheral blood, plasma and organs conducted two weeks and six weeks after introducing the engineered cells, the researchers found that the number of CD4 “helper” T cells – which become depleted as a result of HIV infection – increased, while levels of HIV in the blood decreased. “We...

In other studies aspirin appeared to protect against cataract or neovascularization in macular degenaration, thus protecting against vision loss.

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...bsp; The wet form (neovascular or exudative macular degeneration) causes vision loss due to abnormal blood vessel growth. Scarring, bleeding, leaking from these blood vessels eventually cause rapid vision loss if left untreated Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid, ASA) use has already been known for causing or aggravating gastrointestinal bleeding, but in the same time it has appeared to protect against...