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More Beds Needed For Chronic Heart and Lung Patients

More Beds Needed For Chronic Heart and Lung Patients

A study conducted by the state's Bureau of Health Information has revealed that the chronic lung and heart patients have increased by 30,000. Last year, about 170,000 patients were admitted with chronic lung and heart problem.

Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Elevates Risk of Diabetes

Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Elevates Risk of Diabetes

A recent research carried out by researchers from the UK has claimed that a cholesterol lowering drug known as statins may elevate a person’s risk of developing diabetes. The risk of diabetes is even higher for those people who take higher doses of the drug. The study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

MS Affects Professional Life Span of Sufferers, Says Report

MS Affects Professional Life Span of Sufferers, Says Report

Multiple Sclerosis is a neurological condition that affects a huge global population and can lead to severe fatigue along with numbness in the limbs. Particularly in Scotland, more than 10,000 people have been diagnosed with the MS.

Researchers Find “New Hope” in Cancer Cure

Researchers Find “New Hope” in Cancer Cure

Smokers are 61% more likely to die from prostate cancer. There isn’t a better reason to quit smoking; they can reduce their risk if they quit.

'Hammock' Type Bed Stimulates Sound Sleep, Claims Study

'Hammock' Type Bed Stimulates Sound Sleep, Claims Study

A recent study by a team from the Woolcock Institute in Sydney has revealed that rocking bed helps in putting people to a sound sleep. For the study, the team having Swiss and French scientists pulled 12 male volunteers to take a bout of sleep on a still bed and a shaking bed under the scanning system of electroencephalogram (EEG) monitoring.

New Vaccine Could Be Used to Treat Cancer

New Vaccine Could Be Used to Treat Cancer

A team of scientists and researchers from Yorkshire are believed to have discovered a new vaccine that could be used to treat cancer.

The vaccine, which is being developed by a team of scientists from the University of Leeds and the world renowned Mayo Clinic in the United States, would work by stimulating the immune system to seek out and destroy tumors.

Pasta: A Favorite Delight of World

Pasta: A Favorite Delight of World

A survey conducted by Oxfam has revealed that pasta is an internationally favorite delight. According to the survey, pasta has overtaken rice, potato, meat and pizza in many countries.

Women with Breast Cancer More Likely To Die of Cardiovascular Disease

Women with Breast Cancer More Likely To Die of Cardiovascular Disease

A study conducted by researchers of the University of Colorado has found that women with breast cancer have 15.9% higher chances of dying with a heart disease.

Natives in Australia Living a Longer Life, Says Report

Natives in Australia Living a Longer Life, Says Report

The mortality rate for chronic health problems has decreased to a significant extent and natives in Australia are living a longer life.

Male Sex Drive May Increase by Intake of Fenugreek Herb

Male Sex Drive May Increase by Intake of Fenugreek Herb

Fenugreek herb, used in making delicious curries, can be beneficial in improving sex life, said a study.

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