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27.5.2018

Medical News Today: Is tricalcium phosphate bad for your health?
Tricalcium phosphate is a concentrated form of calcium that some people take as a supplement when they are not getting enough calcium from their diet. There are some health risks that people should be aware of when taking concentrated calcium doses. Also, learn about the chances of developing some cancers here.

27.5.2018

Medical News Today: You don't have to be 'strictly vegetarian' to reap the benefits
Vegetarianism is known to help maintain a healthy weight. A new study concludes that you don't have to stick to these diets rigidly to reap the benefits.

27.5.2018

Medical News Today: What to know about the fear of death
Thanatophobia is an intense fear of one's own death or the process of dying. Also known as death anxiety, this fear can badly impact on a person's life. Thanatophobia can also be linked to other anxiety or panic disorders. Find out here how to tackle and even overcome death anxiety with behavioral and talking therapies

27.5.2018

Medical News Today: These neurons may explain aggressive behavior
Researchers discovered a group of neurons in mice that, when activated, initiated aggression, and when deactivated, inhibited the rodents' aggression.

26.5.2018

Medical News Today: What causes diarrhea in the middle of the night?
When diarrhea occurs during the night, this is called nocturnal diarrhea. Foods, allergies, periods of excessive stress, and several bowel conditions can cause it. Other symptoms may include pain, cramping, nausea, and fever. Here, learn more about nocturnal diarrhea and the many methods of treatment and prevention.

26.5.2018

Medical News Today: How to stop hiccups in newborns
Most babies get hiccups in their first year, and this is not usually a cause for concern. There are several ways to stop hiccups in newborns, such as taking breaks for burping, using pacifiers, and giving the baby gripe water. Here, learn why newborns get hiccups, how to soothe them, and when to see a doctor.

26.5.2018

Medical News Today: What is hyperosmia and what causes it?
Hyperosmia is a heightened sense of smell. This sensory change is often caused by another condition, such as specific autoimmune and neurological disorders. In this article, we look at the range of conditions that can lead to hyperosmia, the complications it can cause, and steps people can take to treat it.

26.5.2018

Medical News Today: What causes brown discharge before a period?
Brown discharge before a period is usually harmless, and there are many possible reasons for it. Sometimes, it can be an early indication of pregnancy or perimenopause. Less commonly, it could be a sign of an underlying condition. This article explores the causes of brown discharge, and when to see a doctor.

26.5.2018

Medical News Today: Common nipple problems and their causes
Discharge, pain, or itching are common problems that affect the nipples and can occur in anyone. Most nipple conditions are not serious and are easily treated, but some symptoms could indicate an underlying health issue. This article explores the many symptoms, causes, and treatments for common nipple problems.

26.5.2018

Medical News Today: Can you have flare-ups of osteoarthritis?
Symptoms of osteoarthritis tend to vary in severity. When symptoms suddenly become worse and eventually diminish, this is called a flare-up. These episodes are usually triggered by events such as injuries or times of emotional stress. In this article, learn more about what causes flare-ups and how they are treated.