Spreading of Cancer Cells in Blood Might be Detected by a Test

Spreading of Cancer Cells in Blood Might be Detected by a Test

A new study has led researchers to stumble upon a way to test blood cells for the cells that end up spreading cancer and they have now asserted that they might just be able to utilize this method to effectively predict whose cancer has good chances of coming back.

Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Can Be Reduced by Following a Healthy Diet

Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Can Be Reduced by Following a Healthy Diet

It has been found, that the threat of developing Alzheimer's disease depend the foods chosen to eat by people.

A new study has revealed that a diet rich in leafy green vegetables, fruits, poultry, nuts and fish instead of red meat, butter, and full-fat dairy is associated to decrease the risk of Alzheimer's.

Alzheimer's is said to be the most common dementia.

Behavioral Rewards 'Work Like Drugs' for ADHD

Behavioral Rewards 'Work Like Drugs' for ADHD

University of Nottingham's researchers have revealed that with medication and behavioral involvement, children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can improve maintaining attention and willpower by stabilizing activity in the similar brain systems.

Out of Twelve Tested Nine Found Positive with H1N1

H1N1

It has been reported that 12 students from a religious school in Kuala Kangsar, were tested for Influenza A (H1N1) over the past 24 hours, out of which nine of the students were found to be positive.

Those nine students from SM Agama Ad-Diniah Al-Islamiah were amongst the 21 students in the school to be suffering from a disease like influenza.

Medical Marijuana Required by People, but How to Get it Legally?

Medical Marijuana

When the police raided the club in Toronto named CALM, the mother of a son got worried as she feared about not getting marijuana anymore for her son.

Talks With Father Could Drag The Teens Away From Smoking, Research Says

 Teens Away From Smoking

A new study has confirmed that emotional bondage and regular talks with the father can certainly influence the teens for not picking up the habit of smoking. No conclusion has been made about the same with the mother.

Latest Happenings Which You Might Have Missed on April 18

Dr. Peter Charlebois

The city's country clubs are facing a hard time. St. Charles' is reducing its entrance fee and club share fee. On the other hand, Niakwa has introduced a new entrance fee of up to $5,000.

Efficacy of Homeopathic Medicines Reviewed

Efficacy of Homeopathic Medicines Reviewed

A Medical Journal Australia has evinced that homeopathic medicines only work as placebos and have no other effect on the health of an individual. The review is the journal has contended conventional belief in the efficacy of homeopathy.

WHO Failed to Handle H1N1 Effectively, Admits its Shortcoming

It was willfully admitted by the World Health Organization that it failed to handle the H1N1 swine flu pandemic and due to this negligence, the right communication about the new virus was not done worldwide.

Minister Linda Burney Criticizes Young Girls Undertaking Painful Beauty Treatments

Minister Linda Burney Criticizes Young Girls Undertaking Painful Beauty Treatmen

It has been reported that parents are allowing their girls to undertake painful beauty treatments like waxing, at ages as young as nine.

Beauticians state that young children are escorted by their parents to salons, where they undergo painful hair removal treatments.

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