This UK woman was quite shy to reveal her hirsutism condition to the world. But, things changed when her friend asked her to utilize her problem for social cause Movember. Siobhain Fletcher, 36, liked the idea and has been growing moustache to raise funds for Movember.
Washington, November 28 : In a new study, researchers have suggested a new way to develop drugs and vaccines to tackle malaria.
Research into malaria parasites, which exist in male and female forms and mate to spread the disease, suggests that treatments would be more likely to succeed if designed to target female forms of the parasite.
A recent report has uncovered that NHS Scotland is now performing better with the provision of treatment to patients within 18 weeks of their appointment. It has been found that all health boards are meeting their targets, but only two have been failing slightly.
The CQC or Care Quality Commission had recently released a report, which raised concerns amongst all. It has been found that older people are not being cared properly at care homes. There is room for training of care-providers as well as improvement in their payment.
YouGov survey was carried out recently for Cancer Research UK, which brought out such a picture of Britain, which may further prove helpful in ensuring good health of all Britons. The survey found that a number of people in the nation do not see their GP on their own; but only when convinced by friends.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust has been discovered by Monitor, the NHS foundation trust regulator, as breaching its authorization terms. However, the trust is hoping to get support of Unison in making workforce changes.
A recent report from the Western Trust indicates about the blurred future of three wards, badly damaged by a fire that broke at the top of Altnagelvin Hospital's tower block. There are some 18 who are supposed to get checked today but uncertainly lingers now and apparently some 33 were returned back yesterday in the same manner.
Toronto, Nov 28 - A new discovery that tricks aging stem cells into rejuvenating mode could enable scientists to create youthful patches for damaged or diseased hearts and heal them, according to a Canadian study.
Berlin, Nov 28 - Mountaineers experiencing high altitude sickness have traces of bleeding in the brain years after the incident, say a new study.
High altitude cerebral edema (HACE) is a severe and often fatal condition that can affect mountain climbers, hikers, skiers and travellers at high altitudes - typically above 7,000 feet, or 2,300 meters.
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