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Teens Feel Pain-Prostatis

May 26, 2009


Boys in their teens are also feeling pain with chronic prostatis According to a report which was first published in the Urology Journal BJU, Ireland Chronic prostatitis was once thought to be a condition of men 35-65  but is now believed to affect teens.  They experience pain in their penis, testicles, groins and lower abdomen when […]

More Health Benefit s For Soy

May 14, 2009


Soy products have again proven to have health benefits. According to a study at the University of  Hong Kong certain compounds found in soy can increase artery and heart health.  The study was conducted on patients with a  history of stroke or high cholesterol.  They measured artery diameter and cholesterol levels. Result: Isoflavones found in […]

Breast Density May Be Inherited

May 7, 2009


Breast density is a risk factor for breast cancer, but according to a report published in the Lancet Oncology it may be inherited. The study examined 400 mothers and daughters pairs, the daughters age 15-30. They used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to measure breast water concentration in the young women. Result: Mothers with dense breast […]

Testing For Swine Flu In Mexico

May 2, 2009


Because swine flu is a new virus  so confirming it is not easy.   Health officials in New Mexico have begun testing samples. They have tested: A 1 year old from Sante Fe County An 18 year old male  fromValencia County There is no vaccine yet for this type of influenza.  Researchers are trying to develop […]

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