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A new study has found posture affects how the stomach absorbs drugs and lying on your right side speeds up the effects of a drug

Lie down on your right side to absorb drugs better, new research suggests 

Lie down on your right side to absorb drugs better, new research suggests Researchers used state-of-the-art ‘StomachSim’ based on the human stomach Scientists say swallowing tablets is most complex way for humans to absorb it A new study has found that the impact of gravity was huge when taking tablets Leaning left slowed speed of …

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Study: Comparative pathogenicity of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron subvariants including BA.1, BA.2, and BA.5. Image Credit: Dkoi/Shutterstock

Study suggests BA.5 evolved to induce enhanced inflammation when compared to prior Omicron subvariants

In a recent study posted to the bioRxiv* preprint server, researchers evaluated the comparative pathogenicity of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Omicron sub-variants BA.1, BA.2, and BA.5, in vitro and in vivo. Study: Comparative pathogenicity of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron subvariants including BA.1, BA.2, and BA.5. Image Credit: Dkoi/Shutterstock Background Omicron subvariant  BA.5 recently emerged …

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Monkeypox safe sex: CDC suggests fewer partners

Monkeypox safe sex: CDC suggests fewer partners

Comment on this story Comment Sexually active Americans should consider limiting partners and avoiding sex parties to reduce the risk of contracting monkeypox until they get vaccinated, according to updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Friday. The revisions come a day after the Biden administration declared the growing monkeypox outbreak …

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Imperial College London researchers reviewed studies involving thousands of women vaccinated against HPV who had to have pre-cancerous cells removed. The findings, published in the British Medical Journal , suggest that those who were given an additional HPV jab alongside treatment were around 60 per cent less likely to develop worrying cells again

Giving HPV jab to women with pre-cancerous cells on their cervix may ward off cancer, study suggests

Giving HPV jab to women with pre-cancerous cells on their cervix may ward off cancer, study suggests Team examined data on women who had pre-cancerous cells removed Those given HPV jab were 60% less likely to develop worrying cells again Also three-quarters lower risk of developing HPV behind most cervical cancers  By Emily Craig Health …

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The Worst Foods Increasing Your Risk of Dementia, New Study Suggests — Eat This Not That

The Worst Foods Increasing Your Risk of Dementia, New Study Suggests — Eat This Not That

As you get older, your risk of developing dementia naturally increases. Although risk factors for dementia such as age and family history cannot be changed, your exercise, alcohol intake, and diet can. Watching what you drink and eat can play an important role in your brain functions. And, may help decrease your dementia risk. Deciphering …

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