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Socio-Economic Lower Groups Still Unprotected, Says A Report

Socio-Economic Lower Groups Still Unprotected, Says A Report

Following a request by the ATC government in Australia, a 15 person jury conducted a study on health spending by the government and what should be the priorities in the area of health for government to invest in. The study was carried in Canberra.

Australian Health Minister denies the breakage of electoral promises

Australian Health Minister denies the breakage of electoral promises

Hugely criticizing the health and hospital plans of the Australian Government, the Federal Opposition said that the government has utterly failed to keep the promises made during the elections for public health welfare.

Web Games Obsessed Mother ,Killed Her 3 Year Old Child

Madness for online games became the reason for a South Korean woman named Kim, 27 to act as a murderer for her younger son who was just 3.

Kim killed her son because he disturbed her by crying and urinating during her rest break from games.

Kim was often indulged in web games like card games and games of web pets.

Danger Can Be Caused Due To Remaining Food, During Christmas

Danger Can Be Caused Due To Remaining Food, During Christmas

Intake of leftover food during Christmas can be harmful for healthy living.

Christmas food appears to be very delicious but due to it’s over exposure with room temperature and air, it can act as breeding place for harmful viruses which can prove dangerous to normal people.

Dairy Products Can Lower Chances of People Developing Type-II Diabetes

Dairy Products Can Lower Chances of People Developing Type-II Diabetes

A report that has recently appeared in the journal, The Annals of Modern Medicine has discovered that fatty acids known as trans-palmitoleate might be related to lowering the risk of people suffering from Type-II diabetes. The study was conducted by a team of researchers from the Harvard University.

Artichoke Lands Man in the Hospital

Artichoke Lands Man in the Hospital

It would come as a surprise to anyone, but in reality, why would a man order an artichoke when he or she does not have the slightest idea of how to eat one or does not even know what complications it can lead to. Well, the case of Dr. Arturo Carvjal is shocking; after all he ate a whole artichoke.

Iluvien Rejected by the FDA

Iluvien Rejected by the FDA

The experimental drug Iluvien by Alimera Sciences Inc has been rejected by the US Food and Drug Administration. It was being developed to treat people suffering from retinal swelling and the rejection has also led to the shares for the Company dwindling by an astounding 41% to close at $6.66.

Single Embryo IVF More Suitable For Delivering Healthy Babies

Single Embryo IVF More Suitable For Delivering Healthy Babies

According to a new research, women, during IVF treatment of whom one embryo is transferred, have five times more chance to deliver a full-term healthy baby, but women with two embryos are prone to give birth to a premature or underweight baby.

Swine Flu Victim-Mother Speaks First Time to Her Children

Swine Flu Victim-Mother Speaks First Time to Her Children

Twenty-five years old Fallon Devaney, who was affected with swine flu, has come out of coma yesterday and immediately after that she had a word with her four kids and expressed love for everyone.

NICE Recommends New Drug for Treating Advanced Kidney Cancer

NICE Recommends New Drug for Treating Advanced Kidney Cancer

A health watchdog has eyed upon a new drug to be used on the NHS that has the potential to treat advanced kidney cancer.

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