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Monday is no longer the most dangerous day for cardiac arrest, study finds

Manic Monday is no longer the most dangerous time for cardiac arrest: Every day is now equally risky for Americans who are constantly stressed by ’24/7 contact’ Most cardiac arrests occurred during the afternoon between 12pm and 6pm The least amount of cases took place in the early morning between 12am and 6am Previous studies… Read More »

Large Study Identifies Genetic Variants Linked to Risk Tolerance and Risky Behaviors

Based on genetic information from more than 1 million people of European ancestry, results suggest the neurochemicals glutamate and GABA, but not dopamine or serotonin, contribute to risk tolerance An international group that includes researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine has identified 124 genetic variants associated with a person’s willingness to… Read More »

Study links drinking too much beer and tea to chronic kidney disease

A new study has shown that drinking too much tea or beer can lead to chronic kidney disease. This is the perfect excuse to start your 2019 resolutions of right! Researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, in Baltimore, examined survey data on drink consumption among 3,003 African-American men and women who all had kidney… Read More »