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Some of the latest posts from Medical News Bulletin are summarized here, keeping you up to date with a brief report of the latest medical news.

 

caffeine at nightWhat Effect Is Caffeine Having on Your Internal Clock?

The results of a recent study has found that caffeine is actually able to shift the phase of the circadian clock in humans. They suggest that the results of this study are important in terms of treating certain sleep-wake disorders. By strategically timing the intake of caffeine, it can be used as a tool to adjust circadian timing. Read More…

 

phthalates and infertilityPhthalates Associated with Reduced Sperm Quality & Quantity

A recent study has found that urinary phthalate metabolites were found to be significantly associated with lower sperm count, lower sperm concentration, and a reduction in sperm quality.  The results of the study suggest that further research should determine whether phthalates are associated with fertility. Read More…

 

 

side effects of the HPV vaccineSide-Effects of the HPV Vaccine

The side effects of the HPV vaccine appear to be more frequent in comparison with other vaccinations, at a rate of up to 1 in 1000 vaccinations. A recent study investigating side effects associate with the HPV vaccine has found an association with a syndrome comprised of neuropathic pain, fatigue, and autonomic dysfunction. Read More…

 

3D printing3D Printing: A Revolution in Personalized Medicine

3D printing has vast applications in medicine and with recent technological advances, is rapidly adapting to the custom needs of patients and healthcare professionals. Read More…

 

 

good for bone developmentEating Low-Fat Dairy, Whole Grains, and Vegetables Good for Bone Development

A recent study has found that specific dietary patterns, consisting of protein, calcium, and potassium intake, are associated with positive bone development in adolescents. Read More…

 

 

 

 

 

 

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