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EDMONTON – New research out of the University of Alberta is delving into the heightened risks faced by severely obese patients going through emergency surgery.
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University of Alberta research sheds light on surgical risks linked to severe obesity | Globalnews.ca
In a study published in Nature Communications, scientists document the possible long-term effects of antibiotics when they’re used early in life. Their study involved mice, but the team used the drugs in doses and treatment regimens that mimic those frequently administered in young children. 396 more words
Plastic surgery is increasingly popular all over the world. The number of procedures done increases every year and no signs of deceleration emerge.
There are two types of plastic surgery patients: the ones who always wanted it, and the ones who only realize the need for plastic surgery at a certain point in their lives. 345 more words
Re: “Attacks against aspartame fall short of credible” (Joe Schwarcz, June 27)
Joe Schwarcz’s excellent (as usual) article, I believe, missed one issue about aspartame. Aspartame is safe, but the fact that it had “no impact on the growing incidence of obesity” is debatable. 126 more words