Psychosocial therapies could be effective treatment for non-physical symptoms of menopause

A recent study by UCL researchers suggests that interventions such as mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can be effective in treating menopause-related mood symptoms, memory issues, and concentration problems. The study analyzed 30 studies involving 3,501 women going through menopause in 14 countries, highlighting the benefits of CBT, mindfulness-based interventions, and other forms of…

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Understanding giggle incontinence: Causes, symptoms, and management

Giggle incontinence is a rare bladder storage disorder characterized by uncontrollable urine loss during laughter episodes. Historically mistaken for stress urinary incontinence, giggle incontinence is different and affects primarily females over five years old. Pathophysiology involves central nervous system dysfunction, with links to cataplexy and ADHD. Diagnosis includes voiding history, physical exams, and urodynamic studies….

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Shopping for Groceries With Diabetes

Managing type 2 diabetes involves understanding how different foods affect blood sugar levels. While there is no specific diabetes diet, balancing protein, non-starchy vegetables, fiber-filled carbs, and healthy fats can help keep blood sugar in check. Meal planning around these elements can make grocery shopping and eating out less overwhelming, especially with the help of…

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Transgender Males Ovulate Despite Amenorrhoea

A study found that one third of 52 transmasculine individuals receiving testosterone and scheduled for oophorectomy ovulated, highlighting the importance of contraception for sexually active individuals. The study involved evaluating the ovaries of these individuals for signs of ovulatory activity, with 17 out of 52 displaying recent ovulation. The researchers noted that amenorrhea does not…

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A Comprehensive Review Of The Best Supplement For Bones, Joints, Skin, Hair, Digestion And Vitality

At NativePath, the commitment to excellence ensures consumers receive pure and ethically sourced grass-fed collagen from happy, healthy cows. The collagen is non-GMO, pure, and third-party tested for quality. Type I and III collagen support various bodily functions and can be easily integrated into daily routines. The unflavored collagen blends seamlessly into drinks and recipes,…

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Acetazolamide ups rate of successful decongestion in acute decompensated heart failure, regardless of renal function: ADVOR trial

The ADVOR trial found that acetazolamide can increase the rate of successful decongestion in patients with acute decompensated heart failure, regardless of their renal function. This means that acetazolamide can be an effective treatment option for patients experiencing heart failure exacerbations. The study suggests that the drug can help improve outcomes for these patients. By…

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Seven Trends to Watch in Healthtech AI

In 2024, the healthcare industry is closely watching the evolving role of AI. Seven key trends to watch this year include EHR integration, the use of imaging in radiology, flexibility with data, the impact of AI on prior authorization rules, the need to avoid volatility with AI implementations, the importance of thinking three steps ahead,…

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Exclusive: Uptiv Health, Lyn Health partner to merge infusion therapy and chronic care

Uptiv Health partners with Lyn Health to offer infusion therapy and chronic care management through Uptiv360. Patients can use an app for onboarding and evaluation, connecting with a care team for virtual chronic care and behavioral health services. The partnership aims to provide holistic care for chronic patients, addressing mental health along with physical health….

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