A Federal report released this week evinces that Indiana hosts the second-largest percentage of adult smokers in the United States. It is preceded by West Virginia.
However, despite such appalling figures, the state health officials declare that the state has made considerable progress in the last ten years.
A new study has revealed that tanning can turn into an addiction. The study evinces that taking regular trips to a tanning salon stand testament to addictive behavior. The research does not establish that tanning is an addiction. However, it does state that for some people it may turn out to be an addiction.
A recent research has come as quite a jolt and something that has managed to definitely scare. A study conducted at the Stroke Prevention Research Unit in the Department of Clinical Neurology at the University of Oxford in the UK has revealed that there are many, many people out there who end up suffering a minor stroke but do not even get to know!
So Boston Scientific has finally been given the all clear by the US Food and Drug Administration. The company yesterday announced that the agency has officially allowed it to resume the distribution of its defibrillators, after having failed to inform the federal regulators of all the changes that had been made in manufacturing of its best-selling product last month.
Although studies have time and again stressed that there is no association between taking antidepressants and having suicidal thoughts, there have been many incidents where people, children in particular, have been having these thoughts while taking antidepressant medications. So it never hurts to be careful, right? Especially with something like suicide.
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