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Unlocking the Secrets of Brown Fat – Michigan Medicine

Posted: March 31, 2020 at 4:44 pm

In recent years, brown fat has garnered attention as the so-called good fat that can protect against obesity and its associated health risks, like cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Two separate major studies, one led by Liangyou Rui, Ph.D. and one by Ling Qi, Ph.D., both with the department of molecular & integrative physiology, help explain brown fats properties Continue reading

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Body Temperature: What Is (and Isn’t) Normal? – Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic

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Whats a normal human body temperature? That question is a little harder to answer than you might think. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Continue reading

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What Does Our Body Temperature Say About Our Health? – The New York Times

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Such a substantial change in average temperature over a fairly short period of history could have other, unforeseeable impacts. Continue reading

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Causes And Symptoms Of Hormonal Imbalance – Version Weekly

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Hormones are messengers in the body that control the functions of the body, like metabolism, reproduction and even emotions. The endocrine glands make hormones which travel through the bloodstream towards the tissues and organs. Therefore, hormones play an important role in carrying messages between cells and organs. Continue reading

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How to sleep: Three ways to help your sleep pattern as the clocks going forward – Express

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Finding it difficult to nod off? Continue reading

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When I Worried About the Future for My Daughter With Cerebral Palsy – Yahoo Lifestyle

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In the beginning of my journey of accepting my daughters diagnosis of hemiplegic cerebral palsy, I had a very difficult time seeing all the things she was capable of doing. Continue reading

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Annual Gala called off in Cedartown, but still reasons to celebrate and support artists around the area – The Catoosa County News

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The Cedartown Performing Arts Center should have been crowded with local art lovers enjoying wine, snacks and jazz music this past Saturday night. Instead, like all other public gatherings, it was forced to go on hold Continue reading

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How does coronavirus threaten those with special needs and disabilities? – TRT World

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The Covid-19 pandemic has spread rapidly across the globe, straining healthcare services and posing a heightened risk to those with disabilities affecting their respiratory and cardiovascular systems. More than 723,000 people have been infected with the coronavirus virus and at least 34,000 have succumbed to the disease. The illness poses an especial risk to those who belong to vulnerable demographics, such as the elderly and those with disabilities Continue reading

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Hey, how’s Billy doing?: An Ohio social worker on the toll coronavirus takes on disabled job seekers – The Outline

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Dominic Garrini is a 30-year-old social worker in Canton, Ohio. He works for a company contracted by the state of Ohio to assist people with disabilities in finding work opportunities Continue reading

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‘Your patient is in cardiac arrest: Step 1, leave the room’ – Nursing Times

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Nursing in the Covid-19 pandemic: notes by a trauma nurse at a London Level 1 Trauma Centre (blog first published on 29 March 2020) Covid19 Nursing This week the medical and nursing staff on my unit had a joint training session run by an ICU registrar on what to do if your Covid-19 patient has a cardiac arrest. Step 1, leave the room. Confused Continue reading

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