A one year old child died due to the swine flu in Mumbai on Sunday. This has once again sparked concerns that swine flu virus may be staging a comeback. Health experts thought that the virus was lying dormant and was not a threat, currently. The recent death has increased the number of deaths to three, this month.
British canvassers have revealed that a current unused equine influenza vaccination is effectual against the hereditarily divergent damage, which impinged on Australia in 2007.
The result is noteworthy as it may take drug makers some time to revise equine flu medications to cover adjustments in a variety of strains of the bug.
Doctors and medical experts in New Zealand are contemplating a nationwide program for stomach-stapling surgery. This has also received support from the National Health Board.
Doctors across the country feel that this will benefit a lot of people across the country. For people dealing with morbid obesity related problems, this can be very good news.
It is important to stay tough and remain aggressive to battle cancer. This is the confession made by Jack Layton, Senior NDP Leader. He also admitted that he learned this approach from his father, who also suffered from the same condition. He compared the situation to a battle, which needs to be won.
Contestants in the Father's Day Walk/Run for Prostate Cancer were dwarfed by the trees along Brighton Road Sunday in Charlottetown. The walk/run manifested the first for prostate cancer in Island history.
In the US, the Father's Day race against prostate cancer has turned out to be a yearly tradition.
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