Monthly Archives: June 2020

Can a disturbance in pre-COVID routines disrupt sleep patterns? – Medical News Bulletin

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Snacking on almonds could improve cardiovascular health – Medical News Bulletin

[ad_1] A recent study investigated the effects of daily snacking on almonds on cardiovascular risk factors. Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the leading cause of death worldwide. The risk factors for cardiovascular diseases include high blood pressure, diabetes, high blood lipid levels, and abdominal obesity. Dietary guidelines have been established to mitigate risk factors. These include…

Freestyle Libre 14-day sensor reduces diabetes management costs – Medical News Bulletin

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Is broken sleep bad for cardiovascular health? – Medical News Bulletin

[ad_1] Researchers at UC Berkley investigated if broken sleep is bad for cardiovascular health and how it might cause hardening of the arteries. Cardiovascular disease is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, linked to around 12,000 fatalities each week. It is caused by atherosclerosis, a build-up of fatty plaques inside…

How should healthcare systems manage cancer surgery during COVID-19 pandemic?

[ad_1] New proposed approach to managing bladder cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past three months, healthcare systems the world over have understandably focused their resources almost entirely on the challenges of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. However, other diseases haven’t gone away. As many countries begin to get to grips with coronavirus, attention…

How is the COVID-19 pandemic affecting cancer clinical trials? – Medical News Bulletin

[ad_1] A new study investigates how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting patient enrollment in cancer clinical trials.  Clinical trials are an integral part of health research, and they have led to the development of treatments for many diseases.  The purpose of clinical trials is to test the effectiveness and safety of potential treatments on people. …