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Registration Opened
Registration for the III All-Russian Forum on Public Health, which will be held on October 14-15 at the site of the Moscow School of Management "Skolkovo", opened. More than a thousand and a half people, including specialists from all regions of the country and representatives of nonprofit organizations, will take part in the forum. Forum guests will participate in more than forty program events, including an excursion to the Skolkovo medical cluster and a lesson in Nordic walking.

Display Exposition at the III All-Russian Forum on Public Health
On October 14-15, an exhibition of forum partners will be held at the Skolkovo Moscow School of Management as part of the III All-Russian Forum on Public Health.
The exposition will be presented by the independent nonprofit all-Russian organization "Trezvaya Rossiya", the All-Russian public movement "Volunteer-Medici", the association for the improvement of health and quality of life "Healthy Cities, Districts and Villages", as well as the fitness corporation "World Class".
The Roscongress Foundation will present its exhibition "Healthy Society", which will become one of the discussion platforms for leading specialists of the medical and scientific community.
Guests will also be able to take part in the Love Your Health festival, aimed at fostering a healthy lifestyle culture. All the participants will enjoy exciting sporting events and interesting lectures on health culture.

WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF COOKED VS. RAW FOOD ON THE GUT?
It seems intuitive that cooked food and raw food likely impact the gut microbiome in different ways, but there has been little to no research on this topic — so far. A new study in mice and humans now confirms this notion.
DRUG EFFECTS HIDDEN BY POOR PLACEBO REPORTING
A recent study concludes that medical research papers often do not describe placebos adequately. The authors believe that this could cause underreporting of harms and overreporting of benefits.
LINK FOUND BETWEEN CHRONIC HEADACHE AND BACK PAIN
A review of 14 studies found that people with persistent headache or back pain were twice as likely to experience the other disorder as well.
ALCOHOL AND DEMENTIA RISK: A COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP
Although alcohol has been popular for millennia, and dementia is increasingly prevalent, scientists are yet to understand the relationship between the two. A recent study sets out for answers.
CATS BOND WITH CAREGIVERS JUST AS MUCH AS BABIES AND DOGS
The first empirical study on the connection between cats and their caregivers refutes felines' chilly image.
DRUG THAT TARGETS BODY CLOCK MAY PREVENT HEART ATTACK DAMAGE
A preclinical study in mice has tested a new method that could prevent the scarring that occurs after a heart attack and thus prevent heart failure. The researchers have used a drug to target aspects of the body clock that trigger harmful immune responses.
HOW TO HELP PEOPLE WITH CANCER STOP SMOKING
Helping people with cancer to stop smoking is vital because quitting improves health outcomes significantly. A recent study finds that nearly 46% of people with cancer quit smoking through a tailored tobacco treatment program.
WHAT ARE THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF TRIPHALA?
Triphala is an ancient herbal remedy with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial effects. Triphala may have various health benefits, such as improving oral and digestive health and supporting skin healing.
POSTPARTUM WEIGHT LOSS: DIETS AND PLANS
Some women wish to lose weight after pregnancy. It is possible to achieve postpartum weight loss safely by breastfeeding, eating a healthful diet, and exercising.
WHAT IS CLAUDICATION?
Claudication is muscular pain, cramping, or fatigue that typically occurs during exercise and goes away with rest. Claudication is primarily a symptom of conditions that reduce blood flow in the legs, especially peripheral artery disease (PAD).
The term claudication comes from the Latin word for limp, which is 'claudicare'. Claudication is also commonly referred to as intermittent claudication.

WHY COFFEE MAY STIMULATE BOWEL MOVEMENTS
Many people believe that coffee makes them poop, and some doctors may advise people with certain intestinal conditions to avoid coffee. Despite this, researchers have yet to confirm the theory that coffee makes you poop.
SLEEP DURATION PREDICTS DEATH RISK IN DIABETES AND HYPERTENSION
A new study analyzing the data of more than 1,600 adults found that people with hypertension or type 2 diabetes had a higher risk of death from stroke or heart disease if they slept for less than 6 hours per night.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE: HERBAL REMEDIES MAY INSPIRE FUTURE TREATMENTS
People have used herbs as medicine for thousands of years. Today, with medical researchers continually hunting for better alternative treatments, some are revisiting these remedies. A recent study looks at herbs that people believe can treat hypertension.
HOW PLANT BASED DIETS CAN HELP PEOPLE WITH RHEMATOID ARTHRITIS
Many recent studies have highlighted the health benefits that a plant based diet can bring. Now, a new review explains just why it can be helpful for people living with rheumatoid arthritis.
AGING AND CANCER: A SURPRISING TWO WAY RELATIONSHIP
A new study has shown that the relationship between aging and cancer may be more intimate and complex than previously thought. In fact, some aspects of cellular aging may hinder the development of cancer.
EVEN NATURALLY SWEET DRINKS MAY INCREASE DIABETES RISK
While researchers already knew that drinks with added sugar could increase a person's risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests that the same may be true for naturally sweet drinks, such as 100% fruit juices, as well as artificially sweetened beverages, such as "diet" soft drinks.
IS THIS HOW FRUCTOSE WORSENS THE EFFECT OF HIGH FAT DIETS?
New research on mice adds detail to the potential harms of combining sugar sweetened drinks with a high fat diet. Building on previous findings, that fructose promotes body fat, the latest study shows that fructose sweetened drinks can also disrupt the liver's ability to burn fat.
GREEN TEA COMPOUND COULD HELP IN THE BATTLE AGAINST SUPER BUGS
Antibiotic resistant bacteria are one of the biggest threats to global health. As researchers scramble to find solutions, a recent study concludes that a compound found in green tea might boost existing drugs.
TOO MUCH EXERCISE MAY AFFECT OUR ABILITY TO MAKE DECISIONS
A new study finds that exercise not only causes muscle fatigue but could also affect the brain. The authors conclude that overexercising might reduce our capacity to make decisions.
WADA PUBLISHES 2020 LIST OF PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES AND METHODS
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published the List of Prohibited Substances and Methods (List) for 2020 on is official website.
THERAPEUTIC USE EXEMPTIONS SYSTEM CANNOT BE TRUSTED
Russian world champion in 110m hurdles Sergei Shubenkov told TASS he believes that the system of issuing TUE (Therapeutic Use Exemptions) to athletes cannot be trusted.
CHINA TO PROMOTE HAINAN'S MEDICAL TOURISM PILOT ZONE
The Chinese government presented a set of measures to further advance the project for the construction of a pilot zone for international medical tourism in southern Hainan. The plans were announced in Beijing at a press conference by the deputy head of the Chinese State Committee for Reform and Development Lo Wen.
NOBEL MEDICINE PRIZE AWARDED FOR CELL'S MECHANISM OF ADAPTING TO OXYGEN AVAILABILITY
William G. Kaelin Jr (US), Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe (UK) and Gregg L. Semenza (US) revealed "identified molecular machinery that regulates the activity of genes in response to varying oxygen levels".
RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS CREATE INSTRUMENT FOR EARLY CATARACT DIAGNOSTICS
Researchers of the Center of Information Technologies in Design of the Russian Academy of Sciences developed an instrument for the detection of cataract at early stages. The disease diagnostics accuracy is over 90%.
MORTALITY RATE IN RUSSIA DROPS BY 3.1% IN 8 MONTHS
The mortality rate in Russia has declined by 3.1% in the first eight months of the year compared to the same period in 2018, the Healthcare Ministry said in a statement on Friday.
SCIENTISTS TO CREATE MOLECULE-BASED MADICINE CAPABLE OF SPOTTING CANCER SELLS
Scientists have completed one of the key stages in development of "therapeutic" molecules, aptamers, which can find the target cells of the body and affect them. The experiments may allow to create new drugs for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and other diseases, the Siberian Federal University's press service said on Thursday.
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