The growing rate of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) among youth is under scanner these days. The researchers studying the causes behind SCA have revealed that sudden death can be avoided among youth by earlier ECG. According to them, ECG (electrocardiogram) helps in detecting abnormal heart beat at an earlier stage. The study is led by Joseph Marek, MD, of the Midwest Heart Foundation.
French researchers have revealed that patients with appendicitis without any complications can be treated with simple no-surgical treatments. For the study, 240 patients having uncomplicated appendicitis were first tested using CT scans and afterward were given either emergency surgery or treatment with amoxicillin plus.
The Narangba Industrial Estate Health Impact Assessment (HIA), conducted by Queensland Health, has suggested more studies about the latent dangers of chromium on the human health inspite of the report that has claimed that a chemical fire at Narangba, north of Brisbane, did not lead to any serious health problem among the natives of local area.
In a research published in the Journal of Pediatrics analyzing the connection between obesity and the prolonged used of bottle, scientists concluded that children at age of two who are still fed with a bottle of milk before sleeping had 30% more chances to become obese until they turned five. The scientists analyzed data on 6,750 American children who were born in 2001.
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