Less children found to be at risk of low vitamin D levels

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Nutrition / Diet News From Medical News Today
Less children found to be at risk of low vitamin D levels
Under new guidelines from the Institute of Medicine, the estimated number of children who are at risk of having insufficient or deficient levels of vitamin D is drastically reduced from previous estimates, according to a Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine study.

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Erectile dysfunction is reversible for many: study

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Sexual Health News Headlines – Yahoo! News
Erectile dysfunction is reversible for many: study

A new study suggests many men may be able to reverse erectile dysfunction, with lifestyle habits playing a major role.More and more medications for erectile dysfunction have cropped up over the years following the introduction of Viagra, but in a new study 29% of men were able to reverse the problem without help from medication. The study focused on erectile dysfunction and general lack of sexual desire among Australian men between the ages of 35-80. It took five years to complete, during which time 31% of the 810 male participants developed erectile dysfunction of some kind. "Our study saw a large proportion of men suffering from some form of erectile dysfunction, which is a concern," noted Professor Gary Wittert, Head of the Discipline of Medicine at the University of Adelaide and Director of the University's Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health.

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How does a fly steer in flight?

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Health & Science: Science News, Health News, Scientific Developments, Healthcare & Nutrition – The Washington Post
How does a fly steer in flight?

How does a fly steer in flight?

Thanks to the work of English and Swiss researchers, it’s now possible to see exactly how the lightning-fast insect weaves its way through the air.

Using a new 3-D, X-ray scanning technique, researchers were able to offer a virtual glimpse at the inner workings of one of the more complex mechanisms in nature — the flight motor of a tiny blowfly.

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