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Friday, November 21, 2014

11/21/14 Health News:Sunlight reduces nearsighted kids ♦ Hand dryers spread bacteria ♦ Oat oil preparation makes you feel full ♦ Immunotherapy avoids diabetes complications

Scientists study effects of sunlight to reduce number of nearsighted kids
Kids who spend more time outside are less likely to need glasses for nearsightedness – but scientists don’t know why. Researchers are now looking more closely at physical changes in the eye influenced by outdoor light exposure in the hopes of reducing cases of myopia, which affects one-third of the American population Continue Reading
Hand dryers can spread bacteria in public toilets, research finds
Modern hand dryers are much worse than paper towels when it comes to spreading germs, according to new research. Airborne germ counts were 27 times higher around jet air dryers in comparison with the air around paper towel dispensers. Continue Reading
Oat oil preparation makes you feel fuller
Oats contain more fat than other cereals, and oat oil has a unique composition. Researchers have now outlined why oat oil supplement makes you feel fuller Continue Reading
With immunotherapy physicians avoid diabetes complications

What is the difference between the treatment of diabetes under an immune scheme compared to the traditional one? The patient gets a diagnosis and receives attention, but is also checked for a systemic immune problem and thereby prevent possible consequences as diabetic foot, glaucoma, nephropathy and retinopathy, experts say. Continue Reading

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