Jennifer Garner's Son Samuel, 7, Sweetly Promises to 'Always' Be Her Date

Does it get any sweeter than this? Jennifer Garner has a date for her life in her son, Samuel. “I asked my 7-year-old son if he would always be my date to @disneyonice,” the actress, 47, captioned a Monday, December 16, Instagram video. “’Always, Mom. Even when I’m a grown-up.’ #spoileralert #tinkwasrescued.” https://www.instagram.com/p/B6J93pvpYrx/ I asked my seven year old son […]

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Cold infections may be less frequent in people with the flu

People were less likely to catch either influenza or a common cold-causing rhinovirus if they were already infected with the other virus, a new study by scientists from the Medical Research Council-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research has found. Understanding how these distinct viruses inhibit each other could help public health planning to improve forecasting models that predict respiratory […]

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Bekah Martinez Gives Herself 'Permission to Be Joyful' During 2nd Pregnancy

Doing it differently! Bekah Martinez’s second pregnancy feels like “night and day” compared to her first. “12 weeks. I can’t believe how fast this pregnancy is moving,” the Bachelor alum, 24, explained in a Thursday, December 5, Instagram upload featuring her bare baby bump. “I felt embarrassed and ashamed [last time] and I imagined everyone around me whispering about how […]

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Drug treats inflammation associated with genetic heart disease that can be deadly in young athletes

When young athletes experiences sudden cardiac death as they run down the playing field, it’s usually due to arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy (ACM), an inherited heart disease. Now, Johns Hopkins researchers have shed new light on the role of the immune system in the progression of ACM and, in the process, discovered a new drug that might help prevent ACM disease symptoms […]

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Second Ebola vaccine to be used in DR Congo next month

Doctors will use a second Ebola vaccine from November in three eastern provinces in the Democratic Republic of Congo to fight the deadly virus, medical officials said Sunday. “It’s time to use the new Ad26-ZEBOV-GP vaccine, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson’s Belgian subsidiary,” said Dr. Jean-Jacques Muyembe, who leads the national anti-Ebola operation in the DRC. It will arrive in […]

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Should scores on mild cognitive impairment tests be adjusted for sex?

Using sex-specific scores on memory tests may change who gets diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) by 20 percent, with possibly more women and fewer men being diagnosed, according to a study published in the October 9, 2019, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. Mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to dementia, is when […]

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How can more walking be encouraged in cities?

A report investigating travel habits in seven European cities reveals environmental and social drivers that make people choose to walk. The new research reveals these include social factors such as how safe people feel and how concerned they are about air pollution, and urban design, such as how connected streets are and how close people are to public transport links. […]

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