Health

  • Some BP drugs linked to increased lung cancer risk
  • Some BP drugs linked to increased lung cancer

    • 3 weeks   ago
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    Some drugs widely prescribed for treating high blood pressure could be associated with an increased risk of lung cancer by almost a third, claims a research.
    The study, led by Professor Laurent Azoulay at McGill University in

  • Health warning issued to women who eat burgers and hot dogs
  • Health warning issued to women who eat burgers

    • 2 months   ago
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    The researchers analysed data on the diet and cancer risk of millions of women.
    It is known fact that processed meat if consumed daily has ill-effects health. But recent Harvard study reveals another risk of eating burgers and hot dogs

  • Weight Loss: 6 Protein Rich Breakfast To Lose Weight And Reduce Belly Fat
  • Weight Loss: 6 Protein Rich Breakfast To Lose

    • 3 months   ago
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    Protein not only keeps you fuller for longer, it also helps kick-start your metabolism, further helping you in weight loss. A high protein diet can also reduce your belly fat. Here's what protein does to your body

  • 10 Early Signs of A Tapeworm to Never Ignore
  • 10 Early Signs of A Tapeworm to Never Ignore

    • 3 months   ago
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    Just in case the title was not enough of a warning, please know that this discussion contains information that’s a bit – how do you put it? – “sensitive” in nature. Yes, we are going to talk about the commonly known,

  • Two More Young People Have Died From Sepsis - Here's What You Need To Know
  • Two More Young People Have Died From Sepsis -

    • 10 months   ago
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    A few weeks before Christmas, 12-year-old Alyssa Alcaraz was not feeling like her usual bubbly self. The normally energetic and vibrant girl who loved singing, cheerleading and making people laugh was feeling lethargic and ill.

  • Forget 'Aussie Flu' as Health Bosses Warn Deadly 'French Flu' is on Way to UK
  • Forget 'Aussie Flu' as Health Bosses Warn Deadly

    • 10 months   ago
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    The spread of the dangerous ' Aussie flu ' has been well-documented but the worst could be yet to come.
    Health bosses are warning about a horrendous 'French flu ' epidemic could be heading across the Channel.

  • There Might Be A Cure For Cancer By 2018: Say Researchers
  • There Might Be A Cure For Cancer By 2018: Say

    • 12 months   ago
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    Scientists are developing an immune therapy based on blood cells from patients who have made "miracle" recoveries from cancer.
    At last, there could be a cure for cancer ready by 2018, British scientists have said. T

  • Daytime Wounds 'Heal More Quickly'
  • Daytime Wounds 'Heal More Quickly'

    • 1 year ago
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    Wounds heal more quickly if they occur during the day rather than after dark, a study suggests.
      It found burns sustained at night took an average of 2

  • A revolutionary treatment could help more than 10,000 people living with largely untreatable cancer
  • A revolutionary treatment could help more than

    • 1 year ago
    • 3462

    A wave of new cancer treatments that reprogram a person's own cells to fight cancer is gaining momentum.
    On Wednesday, the FDA approved Yescarta, which treats a type of blood cancer called aggressive B-cell non-Hodgkin ly

  • Allergy Immunotherapy Market SIze- Global Industry Analysis and Forecast | 2022
  • Allergy Immunotherapy Market Size - Global

    • 1 year ago
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    MarketStudyReport.com Add New Global Allergy Immunotherapy Market Research Report 2017 to its research database. The report presents a deep study of the market growth factors and drivers. The report spread across 90 pages with 101 table and

  • Celebrate Your Favorite Coffee in Honor of International Coffee Day
  • Celebrate Your Favorite Coffee in Honor of

    • 1 year ago
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    Happy International Coffee Day! As millions of people celebrate on this day their beverage of choice, Maria Baghdoyan, Nestlé Nutritionist, sheds light on the associated benefits of its moderate consumption (3-4 cups daily) on our mental

  • Chinese Scientists Alter Human Embryo; Major Breakthrough in Treating Hereditary Diseases
  • Chinese Scientists Alter Human Embryo; Major

    • 1 year ago
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    In what could be a major breakthrough to the treatment of hereditary diseases, Chinese scientists successfully altered the genetic code of a human embryo, said a report in RT. 

  • New heart attack blood test could save NHS millions
  • New heart attack blood test could save NHS

    • 1 year ago
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    St Thomas' hospital in London, which undertakes 7,800 heart attack tests a year, would be in line to save £800,000 alone.
    A blood test that speeds up the diagnosis of heart attacks could save the NHS mill