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Advice on whether to take ibuprofen if you’re suffering from coronavirus

Rumours have been flying around that taking painkillers could make the symptoms of coronavirus worse. So, could the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen make the illness worse? The probability is that it’s safe to take NSAIDs at this time, though for as short a time as possible. It could be that… Read More »

New Research from the CWMH: Vortioxetine Effective for Depression and Menopausal Symptoms

As women transition into the menopause, they experience a constellation of symptoms including vasomotor symptoms (hot flashes and night sweats), sleep disruption, problems with sexual functioning, and cognitive impairment.  Women may also be more vulnerable to depression and anxiety during the menopausal transition.   A recent study from the Center for Women’s Mental Health looks… Read More »

How to relief from ankle pain

Even a relatively benign ankle injury can be quite painful, at least at first. It’s usually safe to try home remedies for a while. Even with the best of care, you may have some ankle swelling, stiffness or pain, particularly first thing in the morning or after you’ve been active, for several weeks. Mayo Clinic… Read More »

Can acid reflux keep you from sleeping

Gastroesophageal reflux disease GERD is a chronic condition where stomach acid flows up your esophagus. This leads to irritation. While most people experience heartburn or acid reflux at some point in their lives, you may have GERD if your acid reflux symptoms are chronic, and you suffer from them more than twice a week. If… Read More »

Coronavirus: High proportion of young infected die from strokes

Why are so many young coronavirus patients suffering deadly strokes? Doctors fear the killer infection may cause the body to attack its own blood vessels and cause clots that cut off supply to the brain US doctors say they’ve ‘never seen so many’ young people suffer deadly strokes Experts say virus could cause immune overreaction… Read More »