According to a recent study, Canadians are consuming alarmingly high amounts of sodium in their daily diet causing potentially dangerous diseases like hypertension, obesity, strokes and heart attack.
According to CDC's novel report published in journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, it has been revealed that a new virus named as coronavirus has been taking a number of lives overseas.
With the help of the report, the CDC has been trying to spread a word of caution among the country residents. The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed 14 cases with the infection and eight deaths.
The province's health super board is reported to stop the front line hiring and will reduce the travel expenses in the next budget. It is stated that it will also move forward in looking up at the termination of the top executives. The total budget amount is stated to be $200 million less than promised.
Maryland Governor, Martin O'Malley, said on Friday, he will support the bill to legalize medical marijuana. Previously, the law and order governor had enacted laws to not legalize pot use for any reason.
Wrigley will begin to sell its first caffeinated chewing gum as early as next month. The gum will be available in convenience stores and from food and drug retailers.
Temperatures in Melbourne are all set to fly higher than before over the next week. It is being suspected that the heating temperature would not come to an end or reduce, rather the same would soar.
The New Zealand Herald stated that 11 new species of beetle are confirmed to be released in the upcoming months. These beetles will be sent to the farms for consuming the cow dung.
There is a suspicion that a large amount of beetles can result in the spread of nasty stomach bugs. Sources suggested that the beetles that act upon the dung can also carry E coli, salmonella, camphylobacter and giardia.
Doctors at Rood & Riddle performed another surgery on injured mare Rachel Alexandra on Thursday afternoon. This surgery was done to drain an abscess discovered in her stomach that was discovered during her first surgery on February 13.
A new research has asserted the adverse effect of climate change on a number of species of lizards as they are expected to get extinct within next 50 years.
South African rhinos are getting killed at a concerning rate. It is high time now that authorities concerned should take some stringent action before its gets too late.
A meeting was also held where South African officials have warned that rhinos poaching in the country have been reaching to a record level. It was revealed in the meeting that took place in Bangkok that 146 animals have been killed for their alone in 2013.
The WWF's Earth Hour for 2013 will be observed on March 23. In order to gain maximum support, the WWF has asked all the countries to support the movement for one hour on the day.
The charity said it is the right time for people to realize that they should use energy with caution and should think from where it comes from. Every passing year has been witnessing a rise in the number of countries supporting the movement.
It was a great setback for a Georgia-based woman when she saw photos of her breasts after undergoing breast reduction surgery at a clinic's website. The woman is a school counselor who said that she underwent breast reduction surgery at the Marietta Plastic Surgery clinic.
According to a recent research published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, internet can help better in determining the side-effects of any drug and assisting the people over drug safety issues.
According to recent reports, the use of telemedicine system has emerged as an important strategy in dealing with patients suffering from high blood pressure and has proved beneficial in making positive changes to lifestyle.
Ovarian cancer is known as the fifth highest cause of death from cancer among women residing in the United States. A team of researchers has been claiming that it has now likely found the origin of the deadly disease.
The Health Protection Agency (HPA) has recently reported that a drug user in Suffolk who injected heroin died after getting infected with anthrax, a bacterial infection. The deaths of drug users after getting infected with anthrax have become a cause for concern in Europe since June last year.
`Isle of Wight' in Britain is one of the prettiest locations and has numerous royal connections, which makes a visit to this place `worthwhile'. This place is presently under the care of English Heritage and the best visit in regatta season for all age groups.
`Noma' in Copenhagen startled one and all when its award-winning designer kitchen was found to be responsible for the spread of viral gastroenteritis amongst a number of customers the previous month.
As per a new data assimilated by the US government, the consumers are reversing the course of saving and hoarding money due to recession period and are again becoming comfortable in borrowing, with which development is expected to get fueled by more spending.
Results of the stress tests conducted by the Federal Reserve were released this Thursday and it was found that most of the large banks in the country will able to survive the crashes and recession in markets.
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