A new study challenges guidelines that call for prolonged rest after a concussion, showing instead that engaging in physical activity within seven days reduces the risk for persistent symptoms like headaches, nausea, and dizziness.
Study Shows Activity After Concussion Aids Recovery
MedPage Today—A new study challenges guidelines that call for prolonged rest after a concussion, showing instead that engaging in physical activity within seven days reduces the risk for persistent symptoms like headaches, nausea, and dizziness.
BBC—Heart disease—the leading cause of death worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)—is often diagnosed with blood pressure and cholesterol tests. Now researchers say there may be a better way to assess heart risk.
Health After 50—Celiac disease-a chronic autoimmune disorder marked by sensitivity to a protein found in grains like wheat, rye, and barley-was once considered primarily a childhood ailment. But these days the age of people diagnosed with celiac disease is trending upward as many as one in three new cases occur in people age 65 and older.
Some health myths never die. Among them are all sorts of oddball “food combining” notions espoused in books, articles, and on the Internet, claiming that it’s vital to eat foods in certain orders or combinations.
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