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New Blood Test for Alzheimer’s Disease

New Blood Test for Alzheimer’s Disease

A novel research conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), into the possible way for early detection of Alzheimer's disease extends waves of hope.

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First Baby Hatch Opened at KPJ-ISH

First Baby Hatch Opened at KPJ-ISH

In order to reduce the number of incidences related to people dumping babies in Ipoh. The KPJ Ipoh Specialist Hospital has announced the installation of a hospital baby hatch. The hatch is a first in the country and would help in bringing down fatalities among newborn babies as well.

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Sex before Marriage not as Satisfying as after it: Study

Sex before Marriage not as Satisfying as after it: Study

Abstinence from sex before marriage happens to be a joke that is shared by a lot of people these days. Apparently, not many people believe in waiting before they take their relationship to the next level. However, a recently conducted research has found that couples who wait before marriage happen to have a better life together, when compared to couples who couldn't wait for a long time.

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A Research Center on the Lines of Mayo Clinic in Australia

A Research Center on the Lines of Mayo Clinic in Australia

Following the footsteps of the Mayo Clinic in America, the Australian government has announced the creation of a similar cutting edge centre to develop treatments for deadly conditions. It was informed today that Australia would be home to the Academic Health Sciences Centre, which would involve the amalgamation of top researchers from across the country.

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Fried Fish Consumption Leads to Cardiac Health Risks

Fried Fish Consumption Leads to Cardiac Health Risks

Though, consumption of fish is known to have beneficial effects on the cardiac health of people. But, a recently conducted study has found that fish consumption might not always be beneficial, especially if it is consumed more than on two occasions in a week and is fried.

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Highest Alert Sounded in South Korea to Battle FMD

Highest Alert Sounded in South Korea to Battle FMD

The current outbreak of the dreaded foot-and-mouth disease in South Korea has resulted in the authorities raising an alert to the highest level in the South East Asian country on Wednesday. It needs to be remembered that the disease was first reported on the 29th of November and has spread rapidly ever since.

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Blood Donors Required to Replenish Inventory

Blood Donors Required to Replenish Inventory

Due to extreme weather conditions and eventful festive season, the blood units inventory is depleting, citing which, the American Red Cross is urging volunteers to come forward for blood donations to meet the deficit.

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Smoking Materials Cause of Three House Fires

Smoking Materials Cause of Three House Fires

Due to the disposed off cigarettes, three house caught fire in four days and the recent case happened in Findon, as told by South Australia's Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS).

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Whopping Cough Vaccination to be Extended Citing Massive Increase in Infection Rate

Whopping Cough Vaccination to be Extended Citing Massive Increase in Infection R

Whooping cough incidences are rising rapidly in Victoria and in comparison to the year 2008, they had surged five times alarming health authorities to carry out more vaccinations and spread awareness about the disease and its symptoms.

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Use of Hormone-Growth Enhancers Still Prevalent in Australia

Use of Hormone-Growth Enhancers Still Prevalent in Australia

A federal farm chemical survey has revealed that traces of use of hormone growth developers to fatten up beef have been found in Australia. The use of synthetic hormones was banned in Europe some thirty years back.

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