Monday, September 16, 2019

justin thompson

justin thompson
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Assistant Medical Writer Justin is an assistant writer with an academic background in the science, medical and healthcare. He is known for his ability to take complex medical or healthcare news and make them simple and clear to everyone. Justin loves a challenge and to explore new things, so, next, he took up the challenge of providing news and information through his writings. He joined My Healthy Click with experience writing health content for people in the specialist area of medical conditions and healthy living.

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has said it has found a cancer-causing impurity in some of the most popular heartburn medications, including the widely used Zantac (ranitidine). Manufactured by Sanofi, Zantac is a common antacid or an acid-reducing drug, which has been found to contain a type of nitrosamine that causes cancer in humans.
The effect of social media on mental health has been a debatable topic. One study has found that it takes only three hours for social media to take a toll on your mental health. The study found that the use of social media led to poor sleep, which eventually causes mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, especially in teenagers.
Daniel Johnston, the famous cult US indie-music pioneer, died on Wednesday due to a heart attack at 58. His manager Jeff Tartakov confirmed the news of his death. Johnston was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia in the early 90s and spent a lot of time in psychiatric institutions. He also had diabetes, kidney issues, and hydrocephalus.
The Trump Administration is considering to ban all non-tobacco flavoring e-cigarettes, as announced by President Trump in the Oval Office conference on Wednesday. The move aims to prevent children from vaping after public health officials said that they have been reporting more than 450 cases of a respiratory illnesses and six deaths associated with vaping.
Jarrid Wilson, California church leader, writer and mental health counselor died by suicide on Tuesday at the age of 30. He was a megachurch pastor at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California. He often used to post his mental health struggles on his social media accounts. Along with his wife, Juli, Wilson co-founded a mental health organization called Anthem of Hope.

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