A study has revealed that the number of hay fever cases across UK are all set to more than double over the coming 20 years. By the time 2030 rolls in, about 32 million UK residents would be hit by the allergy, which ends up becoming the most irritating thing one could have ever experienced during the spring and summer season.
The New Zealand-based company that is developing a treatment for type 1 diabetes has posted a successful and forbearing analysis.
Living Cell Technologies Ltd. that has developed a technique to transplant working insulin-producing cells from pigs to humans, assessed the cases of eight people who underwent the procedure since 2007 in Russia.
A Nobel Prize winning scientist has stated that there is no proof that a healthy diet helps in prevention of cancer.
Sir Tim Hunt, who is a Principal Scientist with Cancer Research UK, rubbished the aforementioned notion, stating that consuming healthy food can only offer a meek reduction in the risk developing cancer.
Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day would be celebrated tomorrow, on April 9. This movement has been flourishing in the province for the past three weeks.
British Columbians have been asked by the Society to join the movement by wearing the new Daffodil pin. Support would be demonstrated to the people who are suffering from cancer by this action.
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