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Medical News Today: PTSD could be prevented with gut microbes, study suggests
Medical News Today

Medical News Today: PTSD could be prevented with gut microbes,...

A team working in the field of warfighter performance suggests gut microbes may hold the key to curing or preventing post-traumatic stress disorder and mood disorders, such as anxiety and depression. Gut microbes may play a strong role in people's ... Medical News Today, 8 hours ago
Gut Microbiomes and Autoimmunity Science Daily, 2 days ago
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Asia Net India

None of us had dinner after defeat against India in WT20: Mashrafe

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has revealed that he and his teammates skipped dinner after their gut-wrenching one-run defeat against India in the recently-concluded World T20. Mortaza, who is holidaying in Kashmir, interacted with local youngsters.
 Asia Net India2 weeks ago Trauma of loss made public  The Telegraph2 weeks ago Nobody from the Bangladesh team had dinner after losing to India in World T20, says Mashrafe Mortaza  First Post.com3 weeks ago None of us had dinner after India defeat: Mashrafe Mortaza  Times of India3 weeks ago
NDTV

Imagining A Donald Trump Administration? Count On Unpredictability

Deal-maker Donald Trump has lived his life as one long negotiation, going with his gut and winging it when necessary. (File Photo) WASHINGTON: Deal-maker Donald Trump has lived his life as one long negotiation, going with his gut and winging it when ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago Why only Donald Trump can trump Donald Trump  Economic Times1 month ago Clinton and Trump close in on victory  Equilibrio Informativo1 hour ago Lindsey Graham Says Lucifer Is The Only Person Donald Trump Could Beat In An Election  Inquisitr17 hours ago
Rediff.com

Massive fire engulfs 4-storey building in Bhiwandi, 170 residents rescued

A devastating fire broke out on Tuesday in a four-storey residential building in the powerloom town of Bhiwandi in Thane, gutting two floors and forcing nearly 170 trapped residents to move to the terrace before firemen began rescue operations and evacuated all of them safely. The blaze began around 7 am after a powerloom unit on the ground floor of the building at Nagoan caught fire and spread to the first floor, where yarn and other raw materials were stored, Vaishali Lambhate, tehsildar of ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 2 floors of Bhiwandi building gutted; 170 residents rescued  Business Standard2 weeks ago
Himalayan times

Fires gut property worth Rs 1.8 million

Property worth around Rs 1.8 million was gutted in two separate incidents of fire in Morang district on Friday. Police said that shops belonging to Mohammad Abbas and Ramesh Kumar Dev in Biratnagar-14 were gutted in the fire at 9:30 yesterday night. The ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago Property worth Rs 50m gutted  Himalayan times2 days ago Property worth Rs 2.5 mln gutted in Bouddha fire  Himalayan times4 days ago Fire guts house in Dhankuta  Himalayan times5 days ago
Med India

Hydrogen-Bonding Pairing Helps Design Better Drugs to Neutralize Gut Inflammation

Clostridium difficile causes diarrhea and life-threatening inflammation of the colon by producing toxins that kill the endothelial cells that form the lining of the gut. Infections with the bacterium have rapidly become a significant medical problem in ...
 Med India1 month ago

Heartburn Meds Alter the Gut

In 2014 Americans filled more than 170 million prescriptions for acid blockers known as proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) to treat gastric conditions, including indigestion, peptic ulcers and acid reflux. These medications are among the top 10 ...
 Scientific American1 day ago
The Freepress Journal

Your Lifestyle Impacts Your Gut Bacteria and Ultimately, Your Overall Health

(Before It's News) We already know that inflammation is the likely cause of a multitude of health conditions, including arthritis, asthma, cancer, chronic pain, headaches, depression, and heart disease. Many experts believe that inflammation ...
 Before It's News49 minutes ago Your lifestyle has strong impact on gut bacteria: study  Business Standard2 days ago Drink Coffee And Wine For A Healthy Stomach Says New Study  Equilibrio Informativo1 day ago
Daiji World

Gut bacteria may help prevent cancer: study

used to reduce the risk for some types of cancer, new research has found. The research offers evidence that anti-inflammatory "health beneficial" gut bacteria can slow or stop the development of some types of cancer, researchers said. Ultimately, doctors ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago 'Good' gut bacteria can help prevent cancer  Business Standard2 weeks ago Gut bacteria can help reduce severity of stroke, finds new study  First Post.com1 month ago Gut bacteria may help prevent stroke: study  The Hindu1 month ago
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Reuters

Kerry says Hiroshima 'gut

HIROSHIMA, Japan U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday called his visit to a memorial to victims of the 1945 U.S. nuclear attack on Hiroshima "gut-wrenching" and said it was a reminder of the need to pursue a world free of nuclear weapons The post ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Kerry says Hiroshima atomic bomb museum "stunning", "gut-wrenching"  Reuters3 weeks ago Kerry says Hiroshima 'gut-wrenching' reminder world should abandon nuclear weapons  Reuters3 weeks ago John Kerry says Hiroshima 'gut-wrenching' reminder world should abandon nuclear weapons  DNA3 weeks ago
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