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Researchers troubleshoot barriers to HIV care and treatment after diagnosis

When an individual is diagnosed with HIV, it is important that they are enrolled in an HIV care and treatment program to get the medical and emotional support they need. Evidence shows that expansions of the anti-retroviral treatment (ART) eligibility criteria prior to the current “universal treatment” recommendation increased the amount of people initiating ART […]

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Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: Experiencing this symptom in your eyes could be a warning

According to a new survey conducted by The Hospital Group, almost a third of Britons are vitamin B12 deficient and almost half are unaware of the benefits of the B12 vitamin. According to the survey of 2,000 UK adults over a third of vegans are worried they don’t consume enough vitamin B12 and a staggering […]

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'Superstore's' Lauren Ash Just Resolved 'To Not Speak Negatively About My Body'

Superstore‘s Lauren Ash revealed her body positive New Year’s resolution that changed her mindset this year. The 36-year-old actress vowed to “not speak negatively about my body to myself or to anyone else.” Lauren has previously been open about her PCOS complications. Superstore star Lauren Ash is getting a jump on New Year’s resolutions with […]

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Maternal obesity speeds up offspring aging, increases likelihood of diabetes and heart disease

It has long been known that obesity impairs our metabolism and predisposes to diabetes and heart disease. New research published today in The Journal of Physiology has shown that the effects of maternal obesity even pass across generations to offspring, accelerating the rate of aging of metabolic problems that occur in normal life. Researchers at […]

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The science Of Breaking Bad: Would you know if meth was cooked inside your house?

The highly anticipated Breaking Bad movie El Camino story line focusing on drug production is more relevant than ever—with contamination of houses from methamphetamine cooking or smoking an increasing public health problem around the world. Researchers from Flinders University—Dr. Jackie Wright, Associate Professor Stewart Walker and Dr. Kirstin Ross—have analysed the contamination levels in everyday […]