Monthly Archives: September 2017

Infant exposure to pet and pest allergens may reduce asthma risk

Children exposed to high indoor levels of pet or pest allergens during infancy had a lower risk of developing asthma by age 7.The findings may inform strategies to prevent asthma. …read more

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Immune cell-related proteins may speed healing after stroke

Two proteins associated with immune cells may play critical roles in helping the brain to heal after a stroke. The findings might one day lead to new treatments for stroke. …read more

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Calorie restriction slows age-related epigenetic changes

Researchers found that calorie restriction slows age-related epigenetic changes in mice and monkeys. The findings suggest a mechanism for how calorie restriction extends lifespan. …read more

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Can HSV2 be transmitted through oral sex? What you need to know

Herpes simplex virus type 2 is a form of herpes that can be sexually transmitted and causes lesions to form on the skin. Can HSV2 be transmitted orally? …read more

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Coughing at night: Ten ways to relieve a nighttime cough

Having a persistent cough that occurs at night can be irritating and prevent restful sleep. We look at ten ways to help relieve nighttime coughing. …read more

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