Influenza vaccine revealed new efficacy… 23% lower risk of stroke after vaccination

A study has found that flu vaccination lowers the risk of stroke. The risk of stroke was reduced by about 23% 6 months after vaccination, regardless of the patient’s age, gender, or health status. The results of a study on the correlation between flu vaccination and stroke conducted by Dr. Jessalyn K Holodinsky of the … Read more

New efficacy of antihypertensive drug ARB found… Reduced incidence of epilepsy

Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) with a mechanism of inhibiting the binding of angiotensin II receptors, which are involved in an increase in blood pressure, are effective in reducing the incidence of epilepsy, a new study has found. The results of a study on the association between ARB treatment and epilepsy incidence in hypertensive patients … Read more

NIH Straight Pharma Drugs Higher Risk of Cervical Cancer Announced Wavelength

A study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) found that women who used chemical hair straightening products had an increased risk of cervical cancer. This is the first time that the epidemiologic relationship between hair straightening products and uterine cancer has been investigated, and caution is required as the risk increases with frequency of … Read more

Is the onset of dementia hereditary? Mediterranean diet and recommended diet have no effect

A study found that dietary habits had a limited effect on the onset of dementia. The Mediterranean diet, which was known to be effective in preventing Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease, such as nuts and olive oil, also had no effect in preventing dementia. The results of a study on the relationship between eating habits … Read more

The nutritional status of cancer patients can be evaluated as an independent prognostic factor.

Professor Shim Seon-jin (Department of Oncology, Gachon University Gil Hospital) Nutritional status is very important for cancer patients. However, according to reports, the prevalence of malnutrition in cancer patients reaches 40-80%.1) In a domestic study, about 61% of hospitalized cancer patients were malnourished.2) Malnutrition accounts for about 20-50% of deaths among cancer patients.3) However, the … Read more

Announcement of winners of the 20th Pfizer Medical Award

Basic Medicine Award Professor Hanjin, College of Medicine, Inje University, Clinical Medicine Award, CHA Medical University Bundang CHA Hospital Professor Chang-Ok Seo, Translational Medicine Award Professor Min-Seon Kim, Ulsan University College of Medicine The Pfizer Medical Award, every year, discovers domestic medical scientists who have contributed to the development of Korean medicine and inspires medical … Read more