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  • Hoe De Meest Voorkomende Oorzaken van Haaruitval bij Mannen te Behandelen
    Als men kaal begint te worden, kan het voelen alsof je een stuk van je… The post Hoe De Meest Voorkomende Oorzaken van Haaruitval bij Mannen te Behandelen appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
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    Als je een gezonde huid hebt, toon je niet alleen de reinheid en verzorging van… The post Clearpores Review – Onze Volledige Acne Test appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Wat Te Weten Over een Terugtrekkende Haarlijn bij Mannen en Vrouwen
    Een terugtrekkende haarlijn houdt niet alleen in dat je minder haar hebt. Het is een… The post Wat Te Weten Over een Terugtrekkende Haarlijn bij Mannen en Vrouwen appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Waarom Mannelijke Kaalheid Optreedt
    Kaal worden is een feit voor miljoenen mannen. Volwassenen verliezen elke dag zo’n 10.000 haren… The post Waarom Mannelijke Kaalheid Optreedt appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Knoflook voor Gewichtsverlies
    Neef van de ui en zus van de sjalot, knoflook is een klein, maar machtig… The post Knoflook voor Gewichtsverlies appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Veganistische Eiwitcombinaties
    Als je een veganist bent, of een strikte vegetariër, wil je misschien nauwlettender aandacht geven… The post Veganistische Eiwitcombinaties appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
  • Kan Lysine Helpen Bij Het Genezen Van Een Koortslip?
    Lysine is een essentieel aminozuur dat wordt verondersteld het lichaam te helpen bij de productie… The post Kan Lysine Helpen Bij Het Genezen Van Een Koortslip? appeared first on Healthcare Chain.... Read more »
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    Harvard Health Blog

  • Sickle cell disease in newborns and children: What families should know and do
    Millions of people around the world have sickle cell disease, a genetic condition that can cause pain and damage to organs or tissues, and can make children more susceptible to other health problems. In the US, most cases are diagnosed through screening in newborns. Getting connected to the proper care... Read more »
  • COVID-19 vaccines for children and teens: What we do — and don’t — know
    Every day, more and more adults are getting vaccinated against COVID-19, helping us build toward herd immunity. But what about children and teens? What is the status of research on the vaccines in these groups, and when might vaccines be available for them? The post COVID-19 vaccines for children and... Read more »
  • Happy trails: Take a hike, now
    After too much time spent indoors (and probably less active than is healthy), getting outside and taking a hike is a great way to get some exercise while enjoying nature. But before you hit the trail, make sure you’re well prepared. The post Happy trails: Take a hike, now appeared... Read more »
  • Sleep well — and reduce your risk of dementia and death
    Although it has been known for some time that individuals with dementia frequently have poor, fragmented sleep, two new studies suggest that if you don’t get enough sleep in midlife, you are at increased risk for dementia later in life. The post Sleep well — and reduce your risk of... Read more »
  • VideoCOVID-19 vaccines and the LGBTQ+ community
    A history of discrimination in multiple settings, including health care, may make some people who identify as LGBTQ+ hesitant to get a COVID-19 vaccine, even though the virus has disproportionately harmed this community. If you're struggling to make a decision, this may help you consider benefits and risks. The post... Read more »
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome and the skin
    Polycystic ovary syndrome is the most common cause of infertility in women. In many cases, women with PCOS have skin and hair issues such as acne, hair loss, or excessive hair growth in places where they normally do not have hair. Treatment options vary depending on the symptoms and each... Read more »
  • Dental appliances for sleep apnea: Do they work?
    Obstructive sleep apnea leaves people tired, but also puts them at risk for other health problems. Not everyone with sleep apnea can use an airway pressure machine, and some may simply prefer not to. There are oral appliances available, but are they effective? The post Dental appliances for sleep apnea:... Read more »
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    Five Thirty Eight - Science & Health

  • How To Make Sure Your Kid Isn’t A Superspreader
    The drumbeat of the last five months has been: Get. Your. Shot! And, for the most part, the messaging is working: more than 40 percent of the U.S. population has received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. But there’s one group who’s been left out: kids. Though the... Read more »
  • Kids Can’t Get The COVID-19 Vaccine Yet. How Much Of A Risk Do They Pose To The Rest Of Society?
    Young kids are extremely unlikely to suffer serious complications from COVID-19. It’s weird. Nobody entirely understands why. But you know what? I’m sold. It’s been a tough year — let’s take our wins where we can. Particularly when, as several news outlets have reported in recent weeks, this is good... Read more »
  • You Might Have Given The Coronavirus To Your Cat
    We’ve learned time and again that animals can give diseases to humans. We’ve seen this happen with coronaviruses, the flu, Ebola — basically most major disease outbreaks in recent memory. But, of course, the reverse is true too: Humans can give viruses, including the novel coronavirus, to animals. FiveThirtyEight’s senior... Read more »
  • Beware Of Humans
    In a normal year, on a spring night in a Midwestern field, Joy O’Keefe would raise a banner of fine mesh stretched between wooden poles 30 feet in the air. Fluttering in the twilight like a lunch lady’s hairnet gone to war, the mesh would be a snare for O’Keefe’s... Read more »
  • What A Donated Vaccine Can Do
    The United States has a surplus of COVID-19 vaccines — more than enough to vaccinate every adult. Poor countries, however, are still struggling to secure doses. Should those vaccines be sent to countries in need? If not, who will do the sending? And should rich countries profit off the exchange?... Read more »
  • The Johnson & Johnson Pause Shows The System Is Working
    On Tuesday, the FDA announced that they were recommending a pause on administering doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. On the latest episode of our coronavirus podcast, PODCAST-19, we discuss the decision, what it means for the country’s fight against COVID-19 and what it says about how the medical... Read more »
  • More And More Americans Say They’ll Get Vaccinated — But It’s Still Unclear Just How Many Will
    In the first months of 2021, COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts have taken a rapid hold across the U.S. with Americans, on the whole, increasingly willing to get vaccinated. Five different pollsters asked Americans how willing they are to get vaccinated in December, and again in March, while giving people some... Read more »
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