Nanovaccine Managed to Turn Back Diabetes in Mice, Study Shows

Nanovaccine Managed to Turn Back Diabetes in Mice, Study Shows

Researchers seem to be busy trying to find innovative and cleaver ways to explore nanotechnology for medical purposes. In a latest study, a team of experts managed to successfully use a "nanovaccine" to turn back diabetes in mice who were suffering from the condition.

Super New Surgery Puts End to Dental Misery

Dental Misery

A super new surgery prepared to open its doors, which will bring an end to the dental misery of thousands of people who were hunting for NHS dentist. About 9,000 NHS dental places are available and the new surgery is already full booked with appointments for its first week. Ringway Dental Centre, on Ringway will open on 12 April, and start treating its first patients.

Health Watchdog Scolds NHS Trust for Non- Maintenance of Hygiene Standards

health watchdog

The health watchdog would soon be declaring the closure of two London heath service providers because of the criticism being faced by the NHS trust supporting the hospitals.

Relay for Life Officially Commences at Ridge Ferry Park

Relay for Life Officially Commences at Ridge Ferry Park

On Friday evening, the Relay for Life kicked off at the Ridge Ferry Park, and the teams were greeted with huge rounds of applause and cheers as they embarked on the first lap, namely the Survivors Lap.

Health Services Minister Will No Longer Support the Comprehensive Solution, Promise Broken

London’s health service

The National Program for IT will no longer be enjoying the assistance and advantages from London’s health service, the announcement has ruined the hopes of the operators of the program. The aim of the program was to facilitate England’s 51m patients by setting up an electronic record.

Inferior Coverage for Students at Excessive Costs

Inferior Coverage for Students at Excessive Costs

On Thursday, state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said that the health plans sponsored to the colleges, offered less coverage at more cost.

He said that the plans which were necessary in the colleges did not give full coverage to the students.

Chlamydia Screening Program Less Effective in Reducing Complication During Pregnancy

Chlamydia Screening Program

A new research has disclosed that annual screening program for Chlamydia does not lead to a huge reduction in the number of complications associated with infertility.

One Year Since Swine Flu First Diagnosed

One Year Since Swine Flu First Diagnosed

Swine flu was first identified in San Francisco around a year ago. President Obama termed the pandemic as a national emergency six months back.

Day Care Centre Kills One Child and Sickens Other Three

Day Care Centre Kills One Child and Sickens Other Three

On Friday, it was told by the health officials that one child had been killed and three other were sickened by the state day care in Washington. It was told by Elizabeth Winter from the Washington State Department of Early Learning that the department got to know about the death of the child on Friday and the child was only 4 years old.

Federal Regulators Prohibit Aetna from Marketing and Enrolling New Medicare Clients

Federal Regulators Prohibit Aetna from Marketing and Enrolling New Medicare Clie

Announcement from federal regulators came on Friday, ordering Aetna to stop its marketing processes and also to stop enrolling new Medicare receivers until the health insurer is able to fix problems that have made it troublesome for senior citizens to get their prescriptions filled.

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