• May 29, 2024

More blue states designate transgender health care sanctuaries 2023

Democratic governors and state legislators are fighting Republican limits on transgender health care by declaring their states gender-affirming care sanctuaries. Democratic Gov. Wes Moore declared Maryland a sanctuary state earlier this month. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul must sign a measure that passed the legislature. California became the first sanctuary last year. Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois,…

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5 important health benefits of daily laughter 2023

According to Warwick University research published today, laughing regularly improves your health. Researchers discovered that laughter can reduce stress, loneliness, and empower. “Laughter is an important channel to express feelings, show appreciation, and create a positive atmosphere,” stated research author Professor Stephanie Schnurr. Humor may also help people overcome hardships. Laughter has many hidden advantages.…

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India reports 47 new Covid cases, totaling 1,655 active cases 2023

According to statistics provided by the Union Health Ministry, India had an increase of 47 new COVID-19 cases in a single day, while the total number of active cases was reported at 1,655. According to statistics that was most recently updated at 8:00 AM on Monday, the number of fatalities has reached 5,31,903 (5.31 lakh).…

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UK health results a’serious concern’: report 2023

A report celebrating the NHS’s 75th anniversary called the UK’s health indicators “serious concern” and below similar countries. The King’s Fund charity evaluated the health systems of 19 similar nations and found that the UK has the highest stroke fatality rate and the second-worst heart attack fatality rate. “It should be a serious concern for…

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Nutrigenomic mental health support 2023

Did you know that the WHO called India one of the most “depressing” nations? According to WHO, 6.5% of Indians have major mental problems, with no notable variation between urban and rural locations. This has only increased post-pandemic. A recent survey found that 74% of Indians were stressed and 88% were anxious. Antidepressants, mood stabilizers,…

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Local partnership is centered on inmate mental health 2023

Mario Morales sees it daily. The Glynn County Sheriff’s Office takes custody of untreated mental health patients in the Glynn Detention Center. “Unofficially, jails are the largest caregivers for mental health issues in this state, and probably the entire country,” Morales added. Georgia has five state mental facilities, limiting treatment beds for pre-incarceration patients. Community…

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7 Vitamin D-Deficiency-Reducing Lifestyle Changes 2023

Vitamin D, the “sunshine vitamin,” is needed for good health. Modern lives, indoor activities, and poor diets have caused widespread vitamin deficiencies. Fortunately, lifestyle adjustments can prevent vitamin D insufficiency naturally. Researchers and health experts have recently stressed the relevance of sunshine exposure in vitamin D production. Outdoor noon sun exposure produces this vitamin naturally.…

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Hope for baldness? Research suggests a new therapy may be effective 2023

Androgenetic alopecia—male or female pattern baldness—is difficult to cure. Disrupting the complicated human hair cycle can cause hair loss. Hormones, genetics, and aging induce this. Androgenetic alopecia can be treated with oral finasteride, topical minoxidil, growth factor concentrate-platelet rich plasma (GFC PRP), and hair transplant by follicular unit extraction (FUE), so developing expensive and risky…

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Study shows 1.3 billion will have diabetes by 2050

Estimates published in the medical journal The Lancet show that the number of individuals who have diabetes would more than quadruple by the year 2050 as a result of global aging and increased body weight. This places millions of additional people at risk of developing harmful illnesses. The vast majority of diabetics suffer from Type…

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Free Health Mission Affects 300,000 Oyo Residents 2023

There have been no fewer than 300,000 Oyo State citizens who have benefited from the free health mission that Omitutun is doing across the state. In comparison to earlier periods of the outreach, the second quarter of it, which ended on Thursday at Ring Road Specialist Hospital in Ibadan, saw an increase in the number…

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