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Depression may persist within three years after delivery

Press Releases Tuesday, October 27, 2020 Research by the National Institutes of Health has shown that women with mood disorders may have a higher risk of gestational diabetes. A study of 5,000 women by the National Institutes of Health found that about a quarter of them experienced high levels of depressive symptoms sometime during the three years after giving birth. …

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The cognitive cost of COVID?Some patients’ brains may age 10 years

LONDON, October 27 (Reuters)-Researchers warned on Tuesday that people who have recovered from COVID-19 may suffer severe brain function. The most severe cases of infection are related to mental weakness, equivalent to 10 years of brain aging. A non-peer-reviewed study of more than 84,000 people led by Adam Hampshire, a physician at Imperial College London, found that, in some severe …

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“2068”-the huge asteroid Apophis hits the Earth

Published on October 27, 2020 in Astronomy, Science Sixty-six million years ago, a 14-kilometer-long Everest-sized asteroid blew a hole in the ground. When it impacted, “its top may still be more than a mile higher than the cruise altitude of the 747.” , Peter Brannen (Peter Brannen) in The end of the world. “In the process of nearly instantaneous descent, …

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Studies have shown that diet pills and sweetened beverages have the same heart problems

After all, artificially sweetened beverages may not be a healthier choice, and a new study finds an increased risk of heart disease. The press release shows that the results come from the French NutriNet-Santé study, which is completed every 6 months, with more than 104,000 participants and their dietary records. The findings were published in the Journal of the American …

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The CDC says if you are pregnant or old, don’t eat cooked food

photo: Photosensitive 1 (shutter) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said there was an outbreak of Listeriosis related to cooked meat.The exact source has not been found, but they say If you are pregnant and over 65 years old, Or weakened immune system, Do not eat cooked meat or take extra precautions. Listeria Bacteria can live at refrigerator temperature, …

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A study in the Netherlands shows that the flu vaccine may provide some protection against Covid-19

A box of flu vaccines will be used in a free vaccination campaign in Los Angeles, California on October 17, 2020. photo: Damian Dowaganis (Associated Press) Preliminary research May provide you this month More motivation to get the flu vaccine. It found evidence that flu vaccination among health care workers in the Netherlands can reduce the risk of getting covid-19. …

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The expert group recommends that colon cancer screening should start at the age of 45

According to the draft guidelines of the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the age for colorectal cancer screening should start from the currently recommended 5 years old, which is 45 years old. According to the draft released on Tuesday, the latest research suggests that the study shows an increase in the incidence of colorectal cancer among young people. “Recent …

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More than 10,000 active COVID-19 cases in Montana | State and Territory

Montana added another 855 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, bringing the total number of active cases to a record high of 10,060. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 29,346 Montanas have been sickened. Since October 1, the state has handled 13,500 cases, more than half of which occurred in cases. Since October 1, the state has had an average of 580 …

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What is “close interaction” in terms of COVID-19? -Good Morning America

What is “close interaction” in terms of COVID-19?Good Morning America KVLY in North Dakota has 896 new Covid cases and 15 deaths The smy man created a memorial to show that COVID-19 victims are “human beings, not statistics” ND adds 896 new COVID-19 cases; 15 deaths-9 in Ward County only; 6,315 active cases across the state. KX News Coronavirus update …

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