sábado, 17 de junio de 2017

Safe medicine use | Kidney stones | Diabetes | Watch a heart beat | Drug marketing

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Tips for Using Medicine Safely

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Taking a drug the wrong way or taking certain drugs at the same time can be harmful. Check out this advice for how to be careful. (From NIH's NIA) 

Preventing and Treating Kidney Stones

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Kidney stones are caused by high levels of certain minerals in urine. Discover how to prevent and treat this problem. (From NIH News in Health)  

Diabetes Increasing in Children and Teens

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A new study shows that the rate of diabetes is increasing in children and teens. (From NIH News in Health)  

What’s in a Heartbeat?

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A complex series of events is needed for each beat of your heart. Watch an animation that shows the heart squeezing and relaxing to pump blood in and out. (From NIH's NHLBI)  

Drug Marketing May Influence Prescriptions

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Researchers found that restricting marketing activities at academic medical centers may reduce certain types of prescriptions. (From NIH Research Matters)

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