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AMA Warns Doctors of Using Social Media

AMA Warns Doctors of Using Social Media

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has given warning to the doctors about using social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter carefully as absurd utilization of such sites could harm patients' sentiments.

Teen Birth Rate Declined In US In 2009

Teen Birth Rate Declined In US In 2009

A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has brought out that the teen birth rate in the United States has dropped to a record low in 2009.

EFSA Nullifies Health Benefits of Probiotic Products

EFSA Nullifies Health Benefits of Probiotic Products

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has nullified the claims made by the manufacturers of probiotic yoghurts and yoghurt drinks that their products has benefits in mitigating digestive imbalance and improving the immune system.

Chocolate DNA Interpreted

Chocolate DNA Interpreted

According to the latest survey scientists decoded the genetic system of the chocolate tree and woodland strawberry.

The work has given exceptional view of the biological divisions contained by each crop and is projected to help in generating hardier and disease- resistant plants and lead to flavored delights.

Cole not to sell Genetically Engineered Beef in its Stores

Cole not to sell Genetically Engineered Beef in its Stores

In a shocking development for the meat industry of Australia, the supermarket chain of Coles has announced that it will not be selling beef that has been prepared by the inclusion of growth hormones. The latest announcement could lead to beef prices soaring from the roof, as people keen to buy the hormone free beef will be making a beeline for Coles.

Regional Australians Drink more During the Holiday Season

Regional Australians Drink more During the Holiday Season

A recently conducted survey has reported that Australian living in regional parts of the country tend to drink a lot more than those living in cities. The numbers of respondents involved in the study were somewhere around a 1,000, and the latest data has been compiled as a part of the lead up to the Febfast.

Queensland Reeling Under Heavy Rains

Queensland Reeling Under Heavy Rains

Central and North Queensland is under the threat of a calamities, as floodwaters have continued to rise after heavy rainfall has continued to fall in the region. The weather warning has been announced for about half of the people living in the state.

Warwickshire County Council Raises £100,000 for Local Charities

Warwickshire County Council Raises £100,000 for Local Charities

An amount worth £100,000 has been pooled by Warwickshire County Council staff for local charities through a scheme that was kicked off four years back.

People Being Warned Of Russian Drug on Isle of Man

People Being Warned Of Russian Drug on Isle of Man

During the festive season, people often take too much of alcohol and drugs to get high in celebration spirit, which could lead to harmful health consequences. Advising people about their well being, the Island's Drug Advice Service and Helpline has issued a warning to the people on Isle of Man regarding the use of authorized and illegal drugs.

Scottish Scientists Unveil Working of Diabetes Drug

Scottish Scientists Unveil Working of Diabetes Drug

The scientists in Scotland have claimed to find the functioning of a common diabetes drug based upon certain genetic clues.

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