Buongiorno! Guten Tag! Good Morning! My name is Aldo, I am a physician and I live in Milano, Italy. I have always read a lot of medical news, and I have realised how difficult it is to forget to read those news if you’re not disciplined enough or if you don’t make that a habit. So I have decided to help myself and the community, here and on the Telegram app, and share just two articles daily, those that get my attention. All the articles can be searched by Category or Tag. Buona Lettura!
BackgroundDietary nutrient intake plays a significant role in carcinogenesis. Few studies have investigated the association between dietary nutrient intake and cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) risk in China. MethodsData on 2304 women from an ongoing cohort comprising 40,000 women from China in 2014 were included. Study randomly selected 218 out of 2304 people as subjects during … Continue reading Dietary nutrient intake related to higher grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia risk: a Chinese population-based study
On October 2020, Sestili and Fimognari reported that acetaminophen (N-aetyl-para-aminophenol), commonly known as paracetamol, induces or worsens glutathione (GSH) consumption in elderly patients affected by early or mild coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), thus greatly enhancing the risk of COVID-19 exacerbation in these patients.1 By early COVID-19, we mean the typical or commonly acknowledged symptomatology associated … Continue reading Paracetamol in the home treatment of early COVID-19 symptoms: A possible foe rather than a friend for elderly patients?
The app’s algorithm can send users down rabbit holes of narrow interest, resulting in potentially dangerous content such as emaciated images, purging techniques, hazardous diets and body shamingBy Tawnell D. Hobbs, Rob Barry and Yoree KohDec. 17, 2021 10:45 am ET TikTok is flooding teen users with videos of rapid-weight-loss competitions and ways to purge … Continue reading ‘The Corpse Bride Diet’: How TikTok Inundates Teens With Eating-Disorder Videos
With increasing life span and prevalence of dementia, it is important to understand the mechanisms of cognitive aging. Here, we focus on a subgroup of the population we term “cognitively frail,” defined by reduced cognitive function in the absence of subjective memory complaints, or a clinical diagnosis of dementia. Cognitive frailty is distinct from cognitive … Continue reading Neurophysiological and Brain Structural Markers of Cognitive Frailty Differ from Alzheimer’s Disease
Objective To examine the independent and joint associations of daily sitting time and leisure-time physical activity with mortality outcomes among cancer survivors. Design, Setting, and Participants A prospective cohort of a nationally representative sample of cancer survivors, age 40 years or older (n = 1535; weighted population, 14 002 666), from the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey … Continue reading Association of Daily Sitting Time and Leisure-Time Physical Activity With Survival Among US Cancer Survivors