Depression Can be Treated by Regular Excercise

Depression Can be Treated by Regular Excercise

Anxiety related disorders and depression can be treated by doing exercise. Doctors prescribe patients to do exercise along with the medical treatment.

Doctors Calls For Ban on Tanning Beds for Under 18

Doctors Calls For Ban on Tanning Beds for Under 18

Ontario's doctors are reported to have risen, calling the teenagers to keep out of the tanning salons this spring.

The call from the Ontario Medical Association, on Monday, emerges as London MPP Khalil Ramal revealed he will take another measure at the passing legislation aimed to further regulate the tanning salon industry.

Baby Kaylee's Parents Defends Against Criticism over Posting Facebook Video

Kaylee Vitelli

A day before, the parents of Kaylee Vitelli, who reportedly captured the city's attention last year in a widely known controversy related to organ donation, shielded their decision to post video of a tiny infant on Facebook.

The videos are revealed to show a tiny infant covered in tape and tubes, chest heaving, weeping as she faces difficulty in breathing.

Mural of Fire hall's Grim Reaper Revealed to be Remove

Mural of Fire hall's Grim Reaper Revealed to be Remove

It is reported that, a controversial mural of the Grim Reaper on a Vancouver fire hall is landing down, following the B. C. Civil Liberties Association complaint that it was incongruous for the Downtown Eastside.

The mural was completed 15 years ago on the back wall of the Main Street fire hall, which can be seen from outside the building.

Inner Harbour Worries Extend Jitters

Inner Harbour Worries Extend Jitters

Victoria's Member of Parliament posts that when it comes to mega-marina in the inner harbor, it's a big question of balance.

Police Seizes 2000 Bikes From a Repairman’s Property

Police Seizes 2000 Bikes From a Repairman’s Property

In a recently witnessed unexpected series of events, the convicted tagged as bike-nabber, showed up at the Cabbagetown Youth Centre on Monday where nearly 2,000 bikes seized from his property in 2008 were being donated to inner-city youth.

Perpetual Select Super Plans to Cut Insurance Premium Rates by 40%

Perpetual Select Super Plans to Cut Insurance Premium Rates by 40%

According to a report, the $850 million worth Perpetual Select Super Plan has ended its insurance plan with ING Australia and taken up AIA as its new insurer, a decision that saw the plan slash premium rates by up to 40% for some members.

Perpetual's move to take on AIA allowed the plan to raise its default insurance cover for members.

Patients Suffering from Parkinson's, Adept in Cycling

Patients Suffering from Parkinson's, Adept in Cycling

According to reports, medical scientists are perplexed by a phenomenon in which people suffering from Parkinson's disease who cannot walk, are able to ride bikes and ice skate.

A doctor in the Netherlands, who is a specialist in Parkinson's disease, has done a case study on one of his patients who is not able to walk, but manages to ride his bike every day.

More Health Benefits of Breastfeeding Revealed

More Health Benefits of Breastfeeding Revealed

First-time mother from Taylors Hill in Melbourne's north-west said, ''I want to breastfeed for as long as I can''. While Mrs. Rosa, 30, said that she was abreast of the health benefits breastfeeding has in store for mother and infant. However, she said that the main reason she chose to breastfeed was to strengthen the relationship with her new daughter.

Next-Generation Companies Seeking Genome Sequencing

Next-Generation Companies Seeking Genome Sequencing

Illumina and Life Technologies are residing at the peak of the market for genome sequencing, but next-generation companies with big ideas to trim the cost of sequencing are pinching them from bottom.

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