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Midlife diabetes ups risk of stroke and brain artery narrowing – Nursing Times

Midlife diabetes ups risk of stroke and brain artery narrowing  Nursing Times Type 2 diabetes in midlife is associated with a 30% increased risk of a serious blockage of the brain arteries, often leading to stroke, and a doubling of the risk of … “twins research” – Google News

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Twins to present at Midwest Nursing Research Conference – Illinois State University Stories

Illinois State University Stories Twins to present at Midwest Nursing Research ConferenceIllinois State University StoriesBut before they graduate, the twins still have projects to complete, tests to take, and a presentation to give in April at the Midwest Nursing Research Conference (MNRS) in Indianapolis. As part of the Honors Program, they were required to work […]

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Twins to present at Midwest Nursing Research Conference – Illinois State University Stories

Illinois State University Stories Twins to present at Midwest Nursing Research ConferenceIllinois State University StoriesBut before they graduate, the twins still have projects to complete, tests to take, and a presentation to give in April at the Midwest Nursing Research Conference (MNRS) in Indianapolis. As part of the Honors Program, they were required to work […]

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Twins to present at Midwest Nursing Research Conference – Illinois State University Stories

Illinois State University Stories Twins to present at Midwest Nursing Research ConferenceIllinois State University StoriesBut before they graduate, the twins still have projects to complete, tests to take, and a presentation to give in April at the Midwest Nursing Research Conference (MNRS) in Indianapolis. As part of the Honors Program, they were required to work […]

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Twins to present at Midwest Nursing Research Conference – Illinois State University Stories

Illinois State University Stories Twins to present at Midwest Nursing Research ConferenceIllinois State University StoriesBut before they graduate, the twins still have projects to complete, tests to take, and a presentation to give in April at the Midwest Nursing Research Conference (MNRS) in Indianapolis. As part of the Honors Program, they were required to work […]

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Claims blood test predicts lifespan are exaggerated – Nursing Times

Claims blood test predicts lifespan are exaggeratedNursing TimesThe study was carried out by researchers from the Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology, King's College London, and other researchers in Germany, Australia and Qatar, and received support from Roche Diagnostics Australia Pty Ltd. twins research – Google News

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‘Fainting runs in families’ – Nursing Times

'Fainting runs in families'Nursing TimesThe research looked at whether genetic factors are involved in fainting. The researchers examined identical and non-identical twins where at least one twin had a history of fainting. Identical twins share the same DNA, whereas non-identical twins are … twins research – Google News

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Can you sleep yourself thin? – Nursing Times

Boston Globe Can you sleep yourself thin?Nursing TimesThis was a study that used a sample of over 1000 pairs of US twins to examine whether how long people sleep interacts with genetic influences on body weight, as measured by body mass index (BMI). The study is a continuation of an earlier research on a …Getting […]

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NHS ‘must improve postnatal care for multiple birth families’ – Nursing Times

NHS 'must improve postnatal care for multiple birth families'Nursing TimesResearch by the Twins and Multiple Births Association (Tamba) has revealed that around one in five mothers (22%) who gave birth to more than one child felt abandoned in postnatal wards. You now need to register for FREE to read our news.and more » twins research – […]

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Conjoined twins: whose best interest should prevail? An argue for separation. (Pediatrics Ethics, Issues & Commentary).: An article from: Pediatric Nursing Reviews

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