Effects of Depression of Mothers on Children Can be Prevented

Effects of Depression of Mothers on Children Can be Prevented

Researchers have revealed that children who stay in a child care home often may be protected against their depressed mothers as well as developing behavioral and psychological challenges.

Australian Government to Go Ahead With Plain Packaging of Tobacco

Australian Government to Go Ahead With Plain Packaging of Tobacco

The decision of plan packaging of tobacco is brooding over the government of Australia. Although the Federal Health Minister has given a green signal to the proposal of plain packaging, the tobacco companies are least of the view that this practice will help in reducing the sales of tobacco.

Queensland Government Plans to Ban 'Kronic'

Queensland Government Plans to Ban 'Kronic'

The Queensland Government is planning to ban synthetic cannabinoid product in the province, which is marketed as `kronic'. Deputy Premier and Attorney-General, Paul Lucas has revealed that the laws of Queensland will be changed to include synthetic or analogue drugs in the list of banned drugs.

Watching Television for Long Hours May Give Rise to Severe Health Complications

Watching Television for Long Hours May Give Rise to Severe Health Complications

A recent research carried out in the US by the researchers from Harvard School of Public Health has claimed that people who spend more hours in watching television are at greater risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and dying. Researchers have found that people who even spend two hours or more every day in watching television are at a higher risk as compared to others.

Pink Ribbon Day Walk to Raise Money for Breast Cancer

Pink Ribbon Day Walk to Raise Money for Breast Cancer

The Cancer Council's Pink Ribbon Day will be campaigned by ad agency Loud. Their work will include print, online, social media, direct mail and point of sale which is all said to be launched by August.

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Flu vaccine is 48% effective this season: CDC

Flu vaccine has reduced the risk of infections in the United States by nearly half this season but the infection is expected to continue for the next many weeks, the Centers for Disease Control &am

Erosion of beaches will get worse: researchers warn

Portraying a gloomy picture of the future, the 2015-16 El Niño eroded an unprecedented amount of the West Coast’s beaches across the states of California, Oregon and Washington.

Rare rat-linked disease leaves 1 dead, 2 sickened in Bronx

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Teen suicide rates fell as gay marriage was legalized: researchers find

Fewer American teens attempted suicide after same-sex marriage became legal and the biggest impact was seen among gay, lesbian and bisexual kids, a new study revealed.

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