Women with cervical cancer may have increased risk of injury during diagnostic workup

Among women participating in cervical cancer screening in Sweden, those with a diagnosis of invasive cervical cancer had an increased risk of iatrogenic injuries (as a consequence of medical intervention) and non-iatrogenic injuries (caused by accidents and self-harm) requiring hospitalization, according to results published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American […]

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Estate agency launches meditation series to relieve stress of moving house

An online estate agent has created the world’s first meditation series to relieve the stress – of moving house. Purplebricks launched the Moving Meditations series after research revealed the emotional rollercoaster felt by sellers and buyers. The poll of 2,000 people identified finalising the sale of your current property, waiting on a completion date and […]

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Reduced hormone supply in pregnant mothers linked to ADHD in their children

Low levels of key, body-regulating chemicals in mothers during the first three months of pregnancy may interfere with the baby’s brain development, a large American study shows. These chemicals, or hormones, are produced in the thyroid gland in the neck and are known to influence fetal growth. Investigators have suspected that disruptions in their production, […]

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