DEA Lookup.com Healthcare Industry News: 2022



Vitamin B Intake Can Prevent Peripheral Neuropathy Caused by Diabetes
Dr. Tsang suggests that diabetic patients should take sufficient vitamins B1, B6, and B12. More...


Common Arthritis Treatment May Actually Accelerate Disease Progression
Two recent studies have shown that corticosteroid injections, which are commonly used to treat the pain associated with knee osteoarthritis, may actually contribute to the progression of the disease. More...


New Blood Test Can Detect Alzheimer's Disease, Say Scientists in Breakthrough
Scientists have developed a breakthrough blood test that's able to diagnose Alzheimer's disease, according to a new paper published on December 27th in Brain. More...


New Study Indicates This Vitamin Can Significantly Reduce Your Risk of Bone Fractures
A long-term study that analyzed the relationship between hospitalizations related to fractures and diet in nearly 1400 older women has found that vitamin K1 significantly reduces the risk of hospitalization. More...


New Test Detects 14 Cancer Types at Stage I, When Most Curable
New research finds an early detection method for many cancers that could significantly improve cancer survival rates. More...


Why Pomegranate Juice Is 'Roto-Rooter' for the Arteries
Pomegranate juice can reverse cardiovascular pathologies that lead to bypass surgeries and heart attacks More...


Even 2-Minutes of Activity Lowers Cardiovascular, Cancer Mortality Risk: Study
New research finds very short bouts - even two minutes of intense activity, may still offer significant health benefits. More...


Youth mental health, brain age impacted by pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant negative impact on mental health and accelerated brain maturation in adolescents, according to a recent study. More...


Which supplements are good for heart health, which are not?
Supplements with Omega-3 fatty acids, curcumin and co-enzyme Q10 can help decrease cardiovascular risk, says Dr Bimal Chhajer, Cardiologist and Director, SAAOL Heart Centre, and former consultant at AIIMS, Delhi More...


People Died From mRNA-Vaccine-Damaged Hearts, New Peer-Reviewed German Study Provides Direct Evidence
mRNA vaccines can cause myocarditis by leading your own immune cells to attack your heart, which can lead to sudden death by ventricular tachycardia or fibrillation. More...


Using digital devices as calming strategy linked to worse children's behaviour: Study
Use of smartphone, tablet associated with increased emotional dysregulation in kids More...


Two tablespoons of honey a day could keep the doctor away
Honey has long been a well-known and effective home remedy. Now, a new study found that besides soothing a sore throat or relieving the symptoms of a cold, honey has many more benefits. More...


Billions in Pandemic Relief Sent to Hospitals That Didn’t Need Funding: Report
Billions of dollars in federal pandemic relief were sent to hospitals throughout the United States that did not need the funding, while other hospitals failed to meet their needs, according to The Wall Street Journal. More...


Better Food for Better Memory
New study links flavonol-full foods to better memory in old age More...


Herbs and Spices Can Help Protect Against EMFs
How to build resilience by harnessing the power of herbs and spices More...


Aerobic Activity Can Reduce the Risk of Metastatic Cancer by 72%
According to the researchers, intensity aerobic exercise increases the glucose (sugar) consumption of internal organs, thereby reducing the availability of energy to the tumor. More...


Vitamin B12 deficiency can have serious consequences - but doctors often overlook it
A professor of nutrition explains how B12 deficiencies often go unnoticed, and possible treatment options. More...


US sees surge in children under five hospitalized for respiratory viruses
Wave of illness caused by RSV, influenza and other infections has seen more than three-quarters of pediatric hospital beds full More...


Looming Crisis: Alarming Study Shows Significant Decline in Sperm Counts Globally
Study finds a significant worldwide decline in sperm counts of over 50% in the past 46 years, a decline that has accelerated in recent years. More...


Morning Physical Activity Is Associated With the Lowest Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke
Those who exercise either early or late in the morning were 11% and 16% respectively at a lower risk of coronary artery disease. Those who exercise later in the morning were 17% less likely to have a stroke than those in the control group. More...


Exposure to outdoor artificial light at night can significantly increase diabetes risk
Exposure to outdoor artificial light at night (LAN) can increase a person’s risk of developing diabetes by 28 per cent, according to a new study. More...


Beer Could Be the Key to Preventing Alzheimer’s
A recent study found that hop flower extracts found in beer could hold the key to preventing Alzheimer’s which is a common form of dementia. More...


Grabbing 'ready to eat' meals puts you at risk of early death, study finds
Researchers in Brazil found that the consumption of ultra processed foods was likely responsible for about 57,000 premature deaths among adults aged 30 to 69 in 2019. More...


Nutritionists Share How Adding This Ingredient To Your Morning Coffee Can Boost Your Metabolism
If you’re a coffee lover and looking for a way to add not only flavor to your morning cup, but also boost your metabolism, look no further. More...


Aortic Dissection After COVID-19 Vaccination
Some injuries are for keeps. More...


OC declares health emergency due to viral infections causing rise in pediatric hospitalizations
Orange County has declared a health emergency over what officials call rapidly spreading viral infections that are leading to a record number of pediatric hospitalizations. More...


Two MORE NIH studies find e-cigs are just as bad for the heart as normal cigarettes
Studies found that vaping could cause severe heart problems similar to smoking, and also contain dangerous chemicals like nitrosamines and diacetyl. More...


Sleep may be just as important to heart health as diet and physical activity, research finds
If you want to keep your heart healthy, add a good night's rest to your to-do list, a new study says. More...


Omega-3 Linked to Improved Brain Structure and Cognition at Midlife
New research on omega-3 fatty acids connects eating salmon, tuna, cod, herring, or sardines with keeping our brains healthy and our thinking agile in middle age. More...


Are late dinners making us sick? New research says yes
Confining one’s eating to a shorter period of time during the day appears to confer numerous health benefits More...


Hundreds of Thousands of Americans Sought Medical Care After COVID-19 Vaccination: CDC Data
Hundreds of thousands of Americans sought medical care after getting a COVID-19 vaccine, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data released on Oct. 3. More...


Newly Discovered Protein Connected to Significant Increase in Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
A mutation in the small protein SHMOOSE is linked with increased Alzheimer’s risk and highlights a possible target for treatment. More...


Daily multivitamin use slowed cognitive aging
The daily use of multivitamin-mineral supplements improved global cognition, episodic memory and executive function in older adults, researchers reported in Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of The Alzheimer's Association. More...


Unintentional overdoses spiked among adolescents during pandemic
Mortality due to overdose reached an all-time high among adolescents aged 10 to 19 years in 2020 amid the pandemic, researchers reported in the Journal of Adolescent Health. More...


Cancers in adults under 50 on the rise globally
Over recent decades, more and more adults under the age of 50 are developing cancer. More...


Children born from frozen embryos are more likely to develop CANCER later in life
A child that was born from an embryo that was previously frozen is more likely to develop cancer, a new study finds - Leukemia and central nervous system cancers were the most common. More...


COVID-19 Pandemic Has Brought a Life-Threatening Infection Spike in Hospitals, Raising Serious Concerns
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of life-threatening infections from a well-known superbug has spiked in hospitals. More...


PMS mood swings, anxiety a global public health issue, researchers say
Premenstrual mood swings and anxiety are so common that they represent a “key public health issue globally,” according to a new study. More...


Common steroids used for asthma, allergies linked to brain decline, study finds
Taking oral or inhaled glucocorticoids, a type of steroid used to curb inflammation in asthma and other autoimmune disorders, may be linked to damaging changes in the white matter of the brain, a new study found. More...


“Astonishing” Effects of Grape Consumption and “Remarkable” Impacts on Health and Lifespans
Recent research released by Dr. John Pezzuto and his team from Western New England University shows “astonishing” effects of grape consumption and “remarkable” impacts on health and on lifespans. More...


‘Rainbow Fentanyl’ Used to Target Young Americans, DEA Warns
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration on Tuesday issued a warning about an “alarming emerging trend of colorful fentanyl available across the United States.” More...


Marijuana, hallucinogen use at all-time high among young adults in 2021
The use of marijuana and hallucinogens in 2021 reached an all-time high among U.S. adults aged 19 to 30 years, according to the annual Monitoring the Future panel study. More...


Scientists Reverse Food Allergies by Targeting the Microbiome
Scientists report that their 'polymeric micelles' are effective against peanut allergies in mice. The treatment could someday counteract many types of food allergies and inflammatory diseases. More...


Top Anti-Inflammatory Foods and Supplements
Inflammation is a key contributor to nearly all chronic diseases, including heart disease, cancer, and obesity More...


Study: This Cheese May Help Strengthen Your Bones
Enjoying just two slices of Jarlsberg cheese every day may help stave off osteoporosis, a small Norwegian study suggests. More...


Napping regularly linked to high blood pressure and stroke, study finds
People who often nap have a greater chance of developing high blood pressure and having a stroke, a large new study has found. More...


New study finds lowest risk of death was among adults who exercised 150-600 minutes/week
Individuals who exercise moderately (150-300 minutes/week) or vigorously (75-150 minutes/week), respectively, had an observed 20% lower risk of mortality from all causes. More...


Critical elements of leading Alzheimer's study possibly fraudulent
The highly influential paper, first published in 2006, has helped guide billions of dollars in US federal research into the disease More...


DEA Agents Seize Record 1 Million Fentanyl-Laced Pills in California
The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced the record-breaking seizure of one million fake pills laced with fentanyl in Inglewood, California, on Thursday. More...


Correlation Between Mask Compliance and COVID-19 Outcomes in Europe
Countries with high levels of mask compliance did not perform better than those with low mask usage, and the moderate positive correlation between mask usage and deaths in Western Europe also suggests that the universal use of masks may have had harmful unintended consequences. More...


Coffee (Even With Sugar) Was Just Linked To Longevity Benefits
Coffee consumption was linked with positive health outcomes in this study. More...


Natural Immunity 97 Percent Effective Against Severe COVID-19 After 14 Months: Study
The protection against severe illness from so-called natural immunity remains superior to that bestowed by COVID-19 vaccines, according to a new study. More...


Nerve Regeneration and Repair: Intermittent Fasting May Help Heal Nerve Damage
Intermittent fasting alters the gut bacteria activity of mice and increases their ability to recover from nerve damage. More...


Study Finds Mechanism of Regeneration After Heart Attack, Potential Use as Treatment
A Canadian study has found the mechanism underlying regeneration of damaged heart tissue in zebrafish, with researchers optimistic that the findings may give rise to heart regeneration therapeutics for human use. More...


Scientists Discover an Alarming Rise in a Certain Cancer Variant
There was a 50% increase in esophageal cancer between 2012 and 2019. More...


6 Best Drinks To Reduce Inflammation, Says Science
Some delicious sips to cool the chronic, harmful heat of our body's immune response. More...


Surprising Side Effects of Marijuana After Age 50
Marijuana increases the risk of psychosis by nearly 500% and also increases the risk of anxiety, depression, and other psychiatric disorders. More...


The Human Heart Can Repair Itself, and We Now Know Which Cells Are Crucial For It
Macrophages - specialist cells that can destroy bacteria or initiate helpful inflammation responses - are crucial in the way that the heart repairs itself after a heart attack. More...


Reverse Engineering Brain Tissue Reveals Sugar-Studded Protein Linked to Alzheimer's Disease
Researchers say they have discovered that a special sugar molecule could play an important role in the development of Alzheimer's disease. More...


People who drink coffee every day are less likely than non-coffee drinkers to die early, research suggests
Your daily coffee habit may help you live a longer, healthier life - even if you add sugar - according to a study the Annals of Internal Medicine recently published. More...


Herbal medicines that actually work
Medicines have been extracted from plants for thousands of years and new ones are still being discovered. Here are several plant extracts with robust medical benefits. More...


Monkeypox Isn't Nearly As Dangerous or Contagious as Covid-19
The disease is far less contagious than the coronavirus. More...


A Single Hormone That Can Help Increase Lifespan Has Been Identified in Mice
A new study in mice has now identified a single hormone that is essential for these curious anti-aging effects. More...


What You Should Know About Sunscreens
With warm weather coming, it's time to prepare for the summer sun. More...


Brisk Walking Is Able to Slow Down The Biological Aging Process
Scientists have reported a possible link between brisk walking and biological age, as measured by leucocyte telomere length (LTL) - one of the biomarkers that scientists think we can use to assess the rate at which the human body gets older. More...


Widespread 'Forever Chemicals' Might Be Hurting Our Livers, Study Finds
A review of the evidence in animals and humans suggests PFAS can harm the liver and possibly contribute to fatty liver disease. More...


Older adults shouldn't start a routine of daily aspirin, task force says
People over the age of 60 should not start taking daily, low-dose aspirin to prevent cardiovascular events like heart attacks or strokes. More...


Vitamin D Supplementation Is Effective in Preventing COVID-19, Study Suggests
Vitamin D supplementation can help prevent COVID-19 without serious adverse events, regardless of the individual's vitamin D status, a study suggests. More...


Infertility Linked to Increased Heart Failure Risk, Especially HFpEF
Infertility is linked to a higher risk for incident heart failure, especially heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF), a prospective cohort study suggests. More...


The Most Productive Floor Exercises To Get Rid Of A Flabby Stomach, Trainer Says
irm up and kick that flab right to the curb with these movements. More...


Vaping Alters Inflammatory State of Brain, Heart, Lungs, and Colon
Daily vaping of pod-based e-cigarettes alters inflammatory states across multiple organs, including the brain. More...


Puzzling outbreak of liver disease in kids spreads to EU, US
Health officials say they have detected more cases of a mysterious liver disease in children that was first identified in Britain, with new infections in Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands and Spain More...


Introvert Or Extrovert? Your Answer May Hold An Important Clue To Your Brain Health
A new study suggests that certain personality traits are linked to cognitive function. More...


Magic mushrooms can lead to long-term improvements in depression, study finds
Magic mushroom's drug psilocybin can lead to long-term improvements in depression symptom severity, a small study has found. More...


The benefits of apple cider vinegar, according to a dietitian
Apple cider vinegar promotes healthy cholesterol levels and improved blood sugar levels. More...


Want a healthier heart? Eat 100g of cranberries every day, scientists say
Eating cranberries every day could be key to a healthy heart, a study suggests. More...


DEA's 'Operation Twisted Tea' nets 50 arrests
Dozens Arrested in 105 Count Narcotics Indictment. More...


Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Goes Into Liver Cells and Is Converted to DNA: Study
The messenger RNA (mRNA) from Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is able to enter human liver cells and is converted into DNA, according to Swedish researchers at Lund University. More...


Mental Health Risks Linked to High Fructose Corn Syrup
Beyond suppressing our metabolism's cue to stop eating, corn syrup may also affect mood and behavior More...


Pfizer recalls 2nd blood pressure med in a week, again on potential carcinogen fears
Pfizer issued a second round of Canadian recalls this week for the drug Accuretic as the country’s drug regulator continues to weed out meds with an excess of potential cancer-causing impurities. More...


Daily walks may significantly reduce risk of Alzheimer's, new study says
Two-and-a-half hours of walking a week may reduce the risk of developing dementia by a third. More...


Keto diet may ease symptoms of multiple sclerosis, boosting mood and energy, study suggests
A small study suggests a low-carb, high-fat keto diet could help ease symptoms for people with MS. More...


30 minutes of muscle-building workouts a week may reduce your risk of dying from cancer or heart disease
Training with weights reduces your risk of dying from cancer or heart disease, new research suggests. More...


Keeping fit can cut your risk of dementia by up to a THIRD, new research suggests
A study of 649,605 people with better overall fitness were 33 per cent less likely to develop the disease than the least fit. More...


Pfizer vaccine's protection against COVID wanes quickly in kids ages 5-11, study says
The low-dose version of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine appears to be much less effective at protecting young children against infection. More...


ormer Harvard Prof. Martin Kulldorff: ‘Science and Public Health Are Broken’
'I was able to publish in Sweden ... but the United States was not allowed to have a debate, which is very troubling.” More...


Growing Number of Experts Call on US Government to Recognize Natural Immunity
CDC vaccination schedule should incorporate prior infection, experts say More...


Is a cardiac crisis looming? Heart disease risk spikes after COVID infection.
A study in Nature Medicine of more than 150,000 found patients who had contracted Covid had a far higher rate of cardiovascular problems. More...


Infertility treatments raise risk of heart and pregnancy complications, study finds
New research found women may be at increased risk for vascular and pregnancy-related complications, especially if they are 35 or older. More...


Paralyzed men begin walking again after spinal cord implant: study
New research and technology suggest hope for those suffering from paralysis. More...


Moderate Calorie Restriction Rewires Metabolism, Immunity for Longer Health Span
Calorie restriction improves metabolic and immune responses that help determine both how long a person lives and how many years of good health they enjoy, a new study shows. More...


I'm A Nutritional Psychiatrist & This Is My No. 1 Food For Brain Health
Anchovies are packed with long-chain omega-3 fatty acids which support brain health. More...


Health Benefits of Resveratrol - And Should You Take It?
Resveratrol is a powerful antioxidant that provides protective benefits for your heart, brain and body More...


High-fat diet may restore cognitive function lost in brain injury - Israeli study
More than half of the lost cognitive ability returns after mice are given ketogenic diet for two months, Tel Aviv University scientists report in peer-reviewed research More...


Spain to move from treating COVID-19 as a pandemic to an endemic illness
Spain is changing the way it monitors the pandemic in order to return to normal life by no longer seeing it as a pandemic, but as an endemic illness such as an ordinary cold virus. More...


Vaccinating the Population Every 3 or 6 Months 'Untenable': UK Chief Scientific Adviser
It's not the UK government's 'long-term view' to give everyone CCP virus booster vaccines every few months, the UK's chief scientific adviser said. More...



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