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Whole Foods Market Recalls Gingerbread Houses Suspected To Cause Food Poisoning

Whole Foods Market Recalls Gingerbread Houses Suspected To Cause Food Poisoning

Whole Foods Market has made a gingerbread house recall as the associated products have been suspected to cause a Staphylococcus aureus food poisoning.

Anne Penman’s Guidance on ‘Quitting Smoking’

Anne Penman’s Guidance on ‘Quitting Smoking’

New Year for many people is a time to take resolution to quit smoking, but some feel unsuccessful in doing so as they end up lighting more cigarettes during the festive season.

Different Fish Cooking Style Could Derive Less Health Benefits

Different Fish Cooking Style Could Derive Less Health Benefits

A new study that was based on the impact of race and geography in stroke incidence has concluded that what matters is the way people cook fish that derives health benefits.

New Vaccine for Meningitis to be Out by Next Year

New Vaccine for Meningitis to be Out by Next Year

In what may come as good news for many people, an inoculation for the dreaded disease known as meningitis B might be out by next year. It needs to be remembered that there are currently no remedies to protect against this horrendous condition.

Groundbreaking Discovery Regarding Diabetes Made

Groundbreaking Discovery Regarding Diabetes Made

A team of researchers from the University of Dundee have discovered that a commonly used drug for diabetes can possibly help in improving the treatment for the condition. Apparently, scientists have been able to find how the effect of metformin happens because of a gene known as ATM.

Health Care Policy Could Face More Delay

Health Care Policy Could Face More Delay

The ups and downs faced by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which was approved by Senate on Christmas Eve are being expected to linger on in 2011 also.

While on one hand some have called for the knocking down of the bill, some have termed it as unconstitutional. The lash of criticism has hit hard both President Obama and Democratic lawmakers.

Fish Oil Capsules Won’t Burn your Fat Away

Fish Oil Capsules Won’t Burn your Fat Away

A study that has appeared in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has reached the conclusion that consuming fish oil capsules would not help in reducing weight among obese people. It was found in the research that people being provided fish capsules in a diet and exercise program were found to lose the same amount of weight, when compared to people being provided placebo capsules.

Immense iron deficiency in newborns in rural Nepal

Immense iron deficiency in newborns in rural Nepal

The newborns in rural Nepal are the victims of iron deficiency, says a report. But the brighter side of the story is that the report also says that providing mothers with the iron, folic acid and vitamin A supplements in the pre and post pregnancy days can turn the situation.

Vitamin A Supplement Programme

Vitamin A Supplement Programme

Work out and Vitamin A supplements are the best ways to reduce the risk of illness.

"The prevalence of Vitamin A deficiency is less than one percent and is limited to the selected geographical areas pockets in the country. Keratomalacia and nutritional blindness have disappeared, "the scientists said.

36 million euro aid for Philippines from EU

36 million euro aid for Philippines from EU

The Philippines Health Sector Policy Support Program, phase-2, was granted the contribution worth 36 million euro from the European Union (EU).

Alistair MacDonald, Ambassador of the European Union to the Philippines granted this aid at the Foreign Affairs department in the Philippines.

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