Male baldness ‘indicates heart risk’

Via y James Gallagher

Men going thin on top may be more likely to have heart problems than their friends with a full head of hair, according to researchers in Japan.

Their study of nearly 37,000 people, published in the online journal BMJ Open, said balding men were 32% more likely to have coronary heart disease.

However, the researchers said the risks were less than for smoking or obesity.

The British Heart Foundation said men should focus on their waistline, not their hairline.

A shifting hairline is a fact of life for many men. Half have thinning hair … Read the rest

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10 golden rules for weight loss


If 2012 is the year you plan to shed those extra kilos, then it’s time to take a look at the 10 golden rules for weight loss – 10 rules that mark the foundation of how you can lose weight the healthy way.

We’re not talking about crash diets or over-exercising, but we are talking about clever planning and understanding your body and mind. Let’s begin!

1: Be proactive about diet selection.
Nothing fades faster than a weight loss crash diet. Day one will see you fantasizing about fatty foods, and day two will have you queuing up Read the rest

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Certain form of baldness at age 45 linked to higher risk for aggressive prostate cancer


New, large cohort analysis from the prospective Prostate, Lung, Colorectal and Ovarian (PLCO) Cancer Screening Trial, indicates that men who had moderate baldness affecting both the front and the crown of their head at age 45 were at a 40% increased risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer (usually indicates a faster growing tumor resulting in poorer prognosis relative to non-aggressive prostate cancer) later in life, compared to men with no baldness. There was no significant link between other patterns of baldness and prostate cancer risk. The study, published September 15 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Read the rest

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 Especialista en Salud Natural

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El Dr. Otto H Warburg ganador del Premio Nobel de Medicina en 1931 descubrió Read the rest

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Early Research With Drug Restores Hair in Patients With Alopecia


SUNDAY, Aug. 17, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A drug used to treat a rare type of bone marrow cancer restores hair in patients with an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss, a new study found.

Columbia University Medical Center researchers found that the drug ruxolitinib (brand name: Jakafi) restored hair growth in a small number of patients with alopecia areata, a disease in which immune cells destroy hair follicles.

Alopecia areata can occur at any age and affects men and women. Patients typically lose patches of hair on the scalp, but may also lose facial and body hair. … Read the rest

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Pre-hypertension Greatly Increases Stroke Risk

Via -Drucila Dyess

For a long time, we’ve known that having high blood pressure can lead to serious medical conditions, including coronary kidney failure, heart disease, heart failure, and stroke. But according to a new study from the University of California in San Diego, having only slightly elevated blood pressure, a condition known as pre-hypertension, can also raise a person’s risk of stroke. The results of the analysis were recently published in the journal .









Findings of the study revealed that having above normal blood pressure is Read the rest

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The Devastating Psychological Effects On Hair Loss In Women


6/18/2014    No comments

By Alice Shellington

As a little girl the word tomorrow never had much meaning to me. Life had infinite possibilities. Going to college and playing outside with my buddies was my largest worries. If you’re past the age of 35 you’re going to relate to what I’m going to say next.

At present I’m a 42 years old lady with two youngsters, and a wonderful hubby. I believed my life was perfect. Then one day as I was going through my morning programme I spotted that my hair was thinning. I presumed, well, perhaps its … Read the rest

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Here’s some hair-raising news! New hope for baldness cure after scientists find way to trigger growth using white blood cells


  • Method discovered by accident at Spain’s main cancer research centre
  • Researcher found mice given anti-inflammatory drugs grew extra hair
  • Study now claims link was due to complex cells called macrophages
  • Infection-fighters activated nearby stem cells responsible for hair growth
  • Author: Method could allow regeneration without need for a transplant

A researcher’s accidental discovery could pave the way for a baldness cure by harnessing the power of white blood cells.

The cancer expert was testing anti-inflammatory drugs on mice when she was surprised to discover they were growing extra fur, so investigated what was … Read the rest

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Secrets to staying slim forever


Most people struggle with weight. You may eat healthy and exercise regularly but there may be another problem.

For too long, people have lived under a ‘clean your plate’ mentality. From a young age, people are trained to eat everything before them, whether they fill up or not. Overeating is a serious problem, but you can put an end to it with ease.





Along with avoiding uttering the phrase ‘super-size’, there are measures you can take to stop yourself from eating too much. It may seem difficult, Read the rest

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Fresh produce program gains momentum in weight-loss fight


Although small gains recently have been reported against the obesity epidemic among U.S. adults and children, obesity rates remain too high, experts say.

More doctors are writing prescriptions for a proven weight-loss treatment with no negative side effects — fresh vegetables and fruits.

The initiative, known as the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program, was started by the Connecticut-based nonprofit Wholesome Wave in 2010. The organization aims to improve access and affordability of fresh, locally grown produce to underserved communities.

The program targets overweight and obese children and pregnant women. It requires that they use … Read the rest

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