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ConsumerAffairs.com 10/29/2020 13:57
In early trials on animals, the patch has been effective. By Kristen Dalli of. October 29, 2020. Recovering from a. , both and , can be a difficult process for many consumers. Now, experts from the American Chemical Society have created a cardiac patch that could aid in patients recovery from a heart attack. Though these earliest trials have been conducted on mice and pigs, the researchers learned that the patch was an integral part of the recovery process, as it was effective in reducing inflammation and improving overall heart function. Improving health outcomes. The goal of the cardiac patch was to target the areas of the heart that are most affected by a heart attack, and that are often the most difficult parts of the recovery process. This
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/28/2020 14:16
Researchers say this can affect subsequent treatment options and health care costs. By Kristen Dalli of. October 28, 2020. Although studies have explored the benefits of medical professionals treating patients with. to prescription drugs, this continues to be a for health care providers. Now, a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Buffalo has found that nearly 35 percent of older adults are receiving potentially unnecessary prescription drugs.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/28/2020 13:55
Experts say exploring the link between the two could lead to vast improvements in both areas. By Kristen Dalli of. October 28, 2020. As researchers continue to discover how climate change can affect everything from consumers. to the , a new study conducted by researchers from the University of California at Santa Barbara is exploring a new way to combat the climate crisis. According to their findings, giving consumers access to affordable health care could be beneficial in improving climate change.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/28/2020 09:44
The E-bicycle is modeled after the companys very first motorcycle. By Mark Huffman of. October 28, 2020. Harley-Davidson, best known for its iconic motorcycles, has launched a new company to build electric bicycles, trying to appeal to a new generation of consumers. The new firm, Serial 1 Cycle Company, plans to introduce its first line of products in spring 2021. The company takes its name from "Serial Number One," the nickname for Harley-Davidson's first motorcycle.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/28/2020 09:34
Cheaper drugs may be key to whether people use medication as prescribed. By Mark Huffman of. October 28, 2020. KnowYourMeds is an app designed to help users manage their medications and know what pills should be taken when. For people taking several different medications, that kind of help can ensure the medicine is being used as it was intended. But the company began to see that a growing number of users werent always taking all of their medication. A follow-up revealed the reason why -- they couldnt afford the rising cost of their prescriptions. That led to this weeks announcement of a partnership with another app -- GoodRx, a source for prescription and healthcare discounts. The goal is to not only to save consumers money but to also make s.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/27/2020 14:37
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is still hopeful that a deal can get done in the coming weeks. By Sarah D. Young of. October 27, 2020. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has expressed doubt that a coronavirus relief package will be agreed upon before the Nov. 3 election, Reuters reported. McEnany said Tuesday that House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D - Calif.) is seeking stimulus checks for tax paying immigrants, which goes against the wishes of Republicans and could delay an agreement. The chances are slim when you have someone like Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House, when you look at the proposal they put forward and it still stands today, McEnany said on Fox Business Network. This is not serious if were providing stimulus.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/27/2020 13:26
Researchers say both types of drinks should be avoided for optimal health outcomes. By Kristen Dalli of. October 27, 2020. While most efforts to reduce. consumption have been aimed at the , recent studies have identified the associated with a high intake of sugar-filled beverages. Though many consumers have made the switch to artificially-sweetened drinks as they were believed to be a healthier alternative, a new study conducted by researchers from the American College of Cardiology has found that neither sugar-sweetened drinks nor artificially-sweetened drinks lead to good heart health.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/26/2020 13:32
Experts say it all comes down to a disrupted internal clock. By Kristen Dalli of. October 26, 2020. Recent studies have shown that those who work. tend to be at an increased risk of , and now researchers are digging deeper to discover why this is the case. According to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Missouri-Columbia, sleeping and waking on the opposite schedule confuses the bodys inner clock, which disrupts cells natural responses and increases the risk for disease. We hypothesized that the messages cells produce and send each other during night work are different than those sent during the day shift,. researcher Dr. David Gozal.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/26/2020 12:17
With more young people affected by the condition, experts want to be sure consumers know the signs. By Kristen Dalli of. October 26, 2020. A new study conducted by researchers from the American Heart Association found that nearly 30 percent of consumers under the age of 45 dont know the most common signs of a. . These findings are concerning primarily because timing is imperative for. patients.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/23/2020 13:34
Researchers suggest theres a mismatch between our diets and our digestive systems. By Kristen Dalli of. October 23, 2020. As many consumers are looking to follow. , experts continue to find how the things we put into our bodies can affect everything from our to . Now, researchers from Princeton University have discovered that the development of obesity and disease could stem from evolutionary diet changes.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/22/2020 14:12
Experts have highlighted another way that cannabis can benefit consumers well-being. By Kristen Dalli of. October 22, 2020. A new study conducted by researchers from Washington State University has found that. can be an effective way for consumers struggling with (OCD) to manage their symptoms. Were trying to build knowledge about the relationship of cannabis use and OCD because its an area that is really understudied,. researcher Dakota Mauzay. Mental health benefits. For the study, the researchers analyzed results from an app called Strainprint, which is a resource for consumers who use marijuana for medical purposes that allows users to track which strains of the drug are most effective in treating their symptoms.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/22/2020 12:41
Experts found that a few caffeinated beverages each morning could do more than just give consumers an energy boost. By Kristen Dalli of. October 22, 2020. Whether its. or , many consumers start their mornings with a caffeinated drink. Now, a new study has found that this daily ritual could come with some unexpected health benefits. According to a new study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), drinking green tea or coffee each day is linked with a lower risk of. for consumers with type 2 diabetes. In this prospective study, we found that higher green tea and coffee consumption was significantly associated with decreased all-cause mortality in patients with type 2 diabetes, the researchers. . This association remained significant after a.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/21/2020 13:42
A study finds that incorporating healthy habits can have lasting benefits for consumers. By Kristen Dalli of. October 21, 2020. A healthy. and regular are key ingredients to a healthy lifestyle, and now researchers are exploring both the mental and physical health benefits associated with these habits. According to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, following an exercise and. regimen can have countless positive benefits for consumers physical and cognitive health. Our work motivates the design of novel multimodal interventions that incorporate both aerobic fitness training and nutritional supplementation, and illustrates that their benefits extend beyond improvements in physical fitness to e.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/21/2020 13:28
Researchers say its important for older consumers to keep their brains active. By Kristen Dalli of. October 21, 2020. Sitting for long periods of time has been found to negatively affect consumers. and well-being, and now a new study is exploring how spending meaningful time sitting down could actually benefit older consumers cognitive function. According to a new study conducted by researchers from Colorado State University,. is important for older consumers overall wellness.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/21/2020 11:08
A study finds that researching plan variations could save consumers thousands over two years. By Gary Guthrie of. October 21, 2020. When the. on October 23, it will be met with a throng of consumers wanting to take one home. According to WalletHubs new 2020 iPhone Survey, 44 percent more Americans are planning to buy a new iPhone compared to 2019 -- and 73 percent more think the new iPhone is worth going into debt for. Finding the perfect plan for each and every consumers pocketbook can be a maddening experience.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/20/2020 13:51
Researchers say there are several reasons for these findings. By Kristen Dalli of. October 20, 2020. Recent studies have highlighted how living in could come at the expense of consumers . Now, a new study conducted by researchers from Syracuse University has confirmed this, finding that mortality rates were higher in more rural areas across the country. The researchers explained that there is no singular cause for these higher mortality rates, and women tend to be at a greater risk of death than men. Identifying the geographic trends. To understand how geographic location can affect mortality rates, the researchers analyzed roughly three decades worth of data from the National Center of Health Statistics and focused primarily on cause of death,
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/20/2020 13:20
Automakers are continuing to plan for an all-electric future. By Gary Guthrie of. October 20, 2020. General Motors (GM) is investing $2 billion to upgrade six of its U.S.-based plants. Much of that funding will go towards modifying its Spring Hill, Tennessee assembly plant, which will become the companys third vehicle manufacturing site to produce electric vehicles (EV).

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