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New research in Blood Advances reveals a 73% higher likelihood of monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) in obese individuals, a precursor to multiple myeloma. Explore the study's insights into lifestyle factors and their impact, prompting a reevaluation of health strategies
A decade-long study reveals substantial cardiovascular benefits for American Indian adults with reduced blood lead levels, showcasing the positive impact of public health measures. The research, supported by NIH, underscores the significance of addressing environmental factors in safeguarding heart health
Low haemoglobin levels in your blood can lead to a variety of health issues. Haemoglobin, which contains iron, plays a vital role in oxygen transport within the body. When haemoglobin is deficient, it can result in conditions like anaemia, causing fatigue, weakness, and shortness of breath. It's worth noting that haemoglobin deficiency is more prevalent in women, often linked to factors like menstrual bleeding. However, dietary choices can significantly impact haemoglobin levels.
Artificial blood vessels that can self-repair are a promising new development in medical technology. These vessels could potentially be used to replace damaged or diseased blood vessels, and could be used to create new blood vessels in areas where they are needed.
The severity of Covid 19 in patients can be determined by examining the changes in the red blood cells, according to a new study. In...