Poll Found 600,000 Fathers Sitting at Homes for Raising Their Kids

Fathers Sitting at Homes

A recent poll discovered that the number of dads who quit work to look after their kids has risen 10 times in the last 10 years. About 600,000 fathers stay back at home according to the poll, compared to 60,000 just 10 years ago.

A lot of stay-at-home fathers were quizzed about their reason for this. They revealed that the very reason is that the mother earned more money.

Mercuric Venom Loiters In Ontario

Mercuric Venom Loiters In Ontario

A Japanese study, which has been printed in English for the first time claims that, exposure even to safer levels of mercury for a stretched duration has led to numerous cases of mercuric poison in two Ontario societies.

Men From Worcestershire Take up Sailing Challenge to Generate Money for Hospital

Hospital

In an attempt to collect funds for the St. St Richard's Hospice in Worcester, three men from Worcestershire are get ready to sail 2,000 nautical miles around the coastline of the British Isles .

Most Holiday-Related Injuries among Kids are Only Common, Everyday Accidents: Study

Most Holiday-Related Injuries among Kids are Only Common, Everyday Accidents: St

A latest study from U. S. researchers has found that most children hurt themselves during holidays not because of firework accidents or injuries caused while putting up Christmas tree decorations, but common injuries like bad falls.

Canadians are Vitamin D Deficient: Research

Canadians are Vitamin D Deficient: Research

Findings from a latest study have revealed that if Canadian people increase their vitamin D intake to the daily recommended level, it would reduce the number of annual deaths by about 37,000. Moreover, the whole health-care system of the country would also save $14.4 billion in the process.

Super Trauma Centers to Cater to Critically Injured Trauma Patients

Super Trauma Centers

New reforms by health chiefs will facilitate the transfer of critically injured patients to 24-hour “super-centers” instead of local A & E units.

For People who Believe in “Meat Free Mondays”, Read On!

For People who Believe in “Meat Free Mondays”, Read On!

Are "Meat Free Mondays" really going to make a difference in your life? Like always, you have two schools of thought when it comes to opinions on topics like these.

Study Reveals Children of Mothers Who Work Part Time Remain Healthy

mothers

A research has evinced that the children of mothers who work part time are likely to be the healthier as compared with stay-at-home mothers or mothers who worked full-time.

The study has also evinced that mothers who worked part-time also consumed fewer unhealthy meals, watched lesser television and were more physically active in contrast to other youngsters aged the same.

Dr. Cal Stiller Earns Prestigious Award

Dr. Cal Stiller Earns Prestigious Award

One of the most honorable medical prizes which are awarded to various people is the Canada Gairdner Award.

Western Digital Launched Drives of Double Capacity

Western Digital Launched Drives of Double Capacity

A new line of VelociRaptor drives was launched today by Western Digital, which will double the storage capacity and improve the performance over the earlier VelociRaptor models. The advantage of the VelociRaptor drives is that businesses of all sizes can capitalize on them.

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