Research from @ UAB - The University of Alabama at Birmingham shows that estrogen may play a part in saving preventable deaths from septicemia due to its ability to keep soldiers moving until they reach medical facilities. Learn more about the study here:
New research from the University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB), suggests that estrogen may save lives on the battlefield and in cases of trauma. Between 2001 and 2011, more than 80 percent of potentially preventable U.S. military deaths were caused by blood loss and septicemia (blood poisoning).
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