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Egg white and whey protein key to boosting male fertility, but slash ‘healthy’ fats and McDonald’s muffins – FoodNavigator-Asia.com

Posted: January 12, 2020 at 10:41 am

Less surprisingly, it appears that a meal high in saturated fat, namely McDonald's sausage, cheese and egg muffins, along with hash browns, should also be shunned by men trying to become dads. Continue reading

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Massive Growth of Testosterone Therapy Market by 2025 with Top Key Players like AbbVie Inc, Actavis Inc, Eli Lilly & Co, Auxilium Pharmaceuticals…

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Testosterone Therapy Market research report comprises innovative tool in order to evaluate overall scenario of Industry along with its opportunities, and supporting strategic and tactical decision-making. Report analyzes changing trends and competitive analysis which becomes essential to monitor performance and make critical decisions for growth and development. Continue reading

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Reduction of AMPA receptor activity on mature oligodendrocytes attenuates loss of myelinated axons in autoimmune neuroinflammation – Science Advances

Posted: January 11, 2020 at 3:48 am

INTRODUCTION Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neuroinflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system (CNS) that results in progressive disability by causing demise to myelin and axons. Damage to the myelin sheath impairs propagation of nerve impulses. Continue reading

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Gran locked up for growing cannabis to treat MS after NHS withdrew pain relief – Mirror Online

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A grandmother was thrown in a police cell when she grew cannabis to treat her multiple sclerosis after the NHS withheld her pain-relief medicine. Lesley Gibson, 55, grew plants at home when her NHS prescription for cannabis-based medicine Sativex was suddenly withdrawn. The decision led to a police raid on her home, a night in a police cell and the threat of a prison sentence. Continue reading

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The medical, ethical, and legal complications surrounding the puberty blockers case – inews

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News If Ms Evans and Mrs A's case wins, a clinical decision to prescribe puberty blockers will soon become a legal one Friday, 10th January 2020, 4:39 pm The high court trial is taking place this week (Photo: PA) Susan Evans, a former nurse who worked with transgender people, intends to file a legal case with 'Mrs A', the mother of a 15-year-old teenager with autism who wants to take puberty blockers. Continue reading

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What is at stake in the Taiwan election? – The Economist

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Another victory for Tsai Ing-wen would take Taiwan even farther from Chinas orbit by A.H. TAIWANS VOTERS go to the polls on January 11th to elect their president and parliament (called the Legislative Yuan). Continue reading

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Adding a Wedding to the Highlight Reel – The New York Times

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The groom, dapper in a black Ralph Lauren tuxedo, was escorted by his parents to the altar, and was followed a few minutes later by the bride, angelic in an Anne Barge wedding gown. Continue reading

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Prince Harrys Real Declaration of Independence: From Britains Tabloids – The New York Times

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Last fall, Prince Harry seemed to have everything a person could want: A luminous wife, a perfect baby and an extended stay in Africa, a region he has always loved. And yet, when he spoke to his old friend, the journalist Tom Bradby, he sounded traumatized, as if the events of the previous two years had dragged him back to the hell of his 13th summer, when his mother died in a car crash, speeding away from paparazzi. Every time I see a camera, every time I hear a click, every time I see a flash, it takes me straight back, he was quoted as saying in Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, a documentary of their time in Africa. Continue reading

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Phase 1 Ulcerative Colitis Trial of Brilacidin Approved by UK Regulators – IBD News Today

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The United Kingdoms Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has approved the launch of Innovation Pharmaceuticals Phase 1 trial in healthy volunteers to investigate the safety and properties of delayed-release tablets of brilacidin for the treatment of ulcerative colitis (UC). Participant screening is expected to start in the coming weeks Continue reading

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IBD Tied to Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes – MedPage Today

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Women with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) had increased risk of adverse outcomes in pregnancy, a systematic review and meta-analysis confirmed. In an analysis of 53 studies published up to May 2019 and involving a total of 7,917 IBD pregnancies and 3,253 healthy control pregnancies, Vivian Huang, MD, of the University of Toronto, and colleagues found the following odds ratios (OR) for mothers with IBD: As shown in the study online in Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, the incidence of placenta-related diseases, however, was not elevated, with rates as follows: While there was no significant increased risk for early pregnancy loss (OR 1.63, 95% CI 0.49-5.43), almost a third of all the pregnant IBD patients had C-sections, reflecting an almost twofold increase compared with those of controls, the researchers said. The heightened risk of surgical delivery remained significant for ulcerative colitis (OR 1.80, 95% CI 1.21-2.90) but not Crohn's disease (OR 1.48, 95% CI 0.94-2.34). Continue reading

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