Oral bacteria may signal pancreatic cancer risk
The amount of bacteria in the mouth may be associated with the risk of pancreatic cancer.
This, according to a new study published in the journal Gut, found "significant associations" between pancreatic cancer and pancreatic cancer. antibodies to multiple oral bacteria, and pancreatic cancer, which is difficult to detect and kills most patients within six months of diagnosis. Pancreatic cancer accounts for 40,000 deaths per year in the United States.
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However, the research focused only during the deep sleep phase, so scientists do not rule out the possibility of alterations at other times of the night One of the researchers said it would be possible to reduce the "first night effect" by taking the pillow itself or by choosing hotels that have similar rooms.
In the last two weeks I have observed an extremely curious phenomenon, which I dubbed the "Lula effect". No, this is not another political maneuver of our former president, which many believe still greatly influence the direction of power in Brasilia. It is, in fact, an unintended consequence of Lula's enormous popularity, and of the identification of the Brazilian people with this northeastern retreatant who has won in life - but who keeps habits that are not as healthy as the downfall of drink and cigarette.