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We provide free health information and professional health tests. All you need is to key in your symptoms or order the test on our website. We will be glad to help you at any time!
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Coffee Scent Might Be Enough to Boost Your Brain
A new study from the Stevens School of Business in New Jersey, USA, finds that even coffee scent can sharpen the brain under certain conditions.
https://www.medigoo.com/news/coffee-scent-boost-brain/ #MedicalNews
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A Large-Scale Study Confirms the Cardiovascular Benefits of Walnuts
A large-scale review of clinical trials for the past 25 years confirms that walnuts are the great choice for people who want to support their cardiovascular health.
https://www.medigoo.com/news/cardiovascular-benefits-walnuts/ #MedicalNews
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ADHD Symptoms in Teens Linked to Intensive Social Media Use
A new study, published in the medical journal JAMA, finds that the more teenagers involved in social media, the higher their risk is to develop the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). These symptoms may include inattention, hyperactivity, restlessness or impulsivity that is more severe, frequent or debilitating compared to normal.
https://www.medigoo.com/news/adhd-symptoms-linked-to-social-media-use/ #MedicalNews
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Your Blood Type Determines the Risk of Being Bitten by Ticks
Scientists from the Check Republic discovered the evidence that ticks may prefer attacking people with a certain blood type. Tick, the blood-sucking parasites, can carry various bacteria, including bugs that cause the Lyme disease.
https://www.medigoo.com/news/blood-type-ticks/ #MedicalNews
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Cinnamon Could Help in Treating Resistant Bacterial Infections
A team of scientists from the Swinburne University of Technology in Australia finds that cinnamon may help in treating resistant bacterial infections breaking up their biofilms — sticky layers that are usually responsible for persistent infections that cannot be broken by antibiotics.
https://www.medigoo.com/news/cinnamon-resistant-bacterial-infections/ #MedicalNews
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Fruit and Vegetables May Cut the Risk of Severe Symptoms of Asthma
According to a new study, performed by the French scientists, people who eat a lot of fruit and vegetables have up to 30% less risk to experience the severe symptoms of asthma.
https://www.medigoo.com/news/fruit-cut-risk-severe-symptoms-asthma/ #MedicalNews
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These 15 Foods Are the Best to Boost the Immune System
A human immune system consists of various cells, tissues, and proteins. In the system, they carry out the processes in our body that fight with pathogens — viruses, bacteria, and foreign bodies. When a pathogen comes into contact with the immune system, the latter releases antibodies to attack pathogens and kill them. The following fifteen foods will help you to boost your immune system:

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Air Pollution Might Increase the Risk of Developing Diabetes
A new study from the US suggests that poor air quality and diabetes are closely connected. Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis in collaboration with the Veterans Affairs St. Louis Health Care System in Missouri performed the study.
https://www.medigoo.com/news/air-pollution-risk-diabetes/ #MedicalNews
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Sleep Apnea Connected to the Higher Risk of Dementia
A recent research, published in the European Respiratory Journal, finds that sleep apnea, a common disorder that interferes with the breathing while sleeping, is connected to the changes in brain structure similar to changes seen in early dementia.
https://www.medigoo.com/news/sleep-apnea-higher-risk-dementia/ #MedicalNews
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