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Former Louisville Health Director Dr. Adewal Troutman dies at 76 | News

Louisville, Kentucky (WDRB) – A former medical chief in Louisville has died. Dr. Adewale Troutman passed away on Thursday at the age of 76. Trotman has focused his career on health equity and community activism. Troutman served as director of the Health and Wellness Department of the Louisville Metro from 2004 to 2010. During his …

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A Palestinian shepherd takes sheep to a rehabilitated water well.

Climate change: a new approach needed to measure the impact of animal health on emissions |

Diseases affecting animals – as well as their longevity and productivity – have a major impact on emissions. However, there is currently no standardized way to measure progress so that improved animal health can be included in national climate commitments. All over the world, people are transforming agri-food systems to become more nutritious, equitable and …

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Self-reflection is linked to improved cognition in later life and brain health

Summary: A new study finds that a person’s ability to self-reflex is linked to cognition and glucose metabolism later in life. Those who engage in more self-reflection have improved cognition, better overall brain health, and increased glucose metabolism later in life. source: UCL A new study led by UCLA researchers has found that self-reflection is …

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Hoping for a breakthrough, the search for answers continues on the long Covid website

A new American study is the latest to identify several factors that make some people more susceptible to infection with the long-term Covid virus than others. However, with millions around the world experiencing debilitating symptoms weeks or months after first becoming infected, the medical establishment does not yet understand the cause. Patients who were obese …

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Currently, doctors miss one in five cases during regular endoscopy with sometimes serious consequences.  But results from new trials of the AI ​​program show that it can accurately detect pre-cancerous signs during endoscopy in 92 percent of patients.

British scientists invent an artificial eye that shows deadly cancer in the throat

British scientists are inventing an artificial eye that can catch early esophageal cancer, which affects 9,000 Britons a year and many of whom die within 12 months. Doctors use an artificial pair of eyes to check for precancerous cells The flexible tube is inserted where the doctor performs an endoscopy on the patient Doctors miss …

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Bowel symptoms that come and go are likely due to irritable bowel syndrome, or irritable bowel syndrome as it is also known.  The problem is very common, and it is often related to eating certain foods.  Those with abdominal pain, as well as constipation, diarrhea, and bloating can suffer

Eli Cannon: Why do I get severe stomach pains and get sick so often?

All Three to four weeks I have severe stomach pain, along with illness and other digestive issues. I’ve had tests done, but it’s back to normal. I’ve tried liquid diets, but they don’t help. What could be wrong? Bowel symptoms that come and go are likely to be caused by irritable bowel syndrome, or irritable …

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Professor Joanna Moncrieff, pictured, a consultant psychiatrist at University College London, led a team of researchers who disproved the popular belief that there was a link between low serotonin levels and depression.

Joan Moncrieff of University College London refutes the link between low serotonin and depression

Antidepressants are effective, top doctors insist their response to the bomb study Leading psychiatrists rounded up the authors of a surprising study that cast doubt on the effectiveness of antidepressants, calling the findings “ridiculous” and “grossly exaggerated.” Last week, researchers at University College London said they had disproved a theory dating back to the 1960s …

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