Lots of Exercise in Midlife May Lead to Osteoarthritis http://bit.ly/7Af8JG -- Middle-aged people engaged in high levels of physical activity may be unwittingly damaging knees, increasing OA risk http://bit.ly/5oGzZ5Medical news tweets are not research articles - they are 140-character messages - please always go to the original source, links, etc. Tweets and links do not represent endorsement, approval or support. Image source: OpenClipArt.org, public domain.
Fitness May Sharpen Mind: A healthy body may be the first step to achieving a healthy mind and appetite for learning. http://bit.ly/6dOTOh
6-question screening test helps you determine whether you have diabetes or prediabetes but don't know it yet http://bit.ly/6AJ7NX -- Risk: Age, sex, family history of DM, hypertension, obesity, and physical activity http://bit.ly/79wrED
CT scan images sent via an iPhone app were clear enough for correct diagnoses to be made in 99% of cases. "Your child has abdominal pain and doctor suspects appendicitis. But he wants to make sure. There’s an app for that" http://bit.ly/6eesVJ
Study: 50% of patients receiving abdominal CT scans did not need them, exposing them to radiation and cancer risk http://bit.ly/4E5ENl
People who smoke "skunk" -- a potent form of cannabis -- are 7 seven times more likely to develop psychoses http://bit.ly/5Aljgq
Health News of the Day
Health News of the Day is a daily summary made from the selected links I post on Twitter. It is in a bullet points format with links to the original sources which include 350 RSS feeds that produce about 2,500 items per day: