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Hospitalization Can Trigger Rapid Cognitive Decline in Elderly

Hospitalization Can Trigger Rapid Cognitive Decline in Elderly

While no one likes to be bed-ridden, a recent research indicates that aged people are more likely to face cognitive decline while hospitalized. Though some amount of cognitive decline is normal at the later stage of life, elderly patients are double at the rate of facing cognitive decline after a hospital stay.

Menopause Can Trigger Cognitive Concerns

Menopause Can Trigger Cognitive Concerns

While there is hardly any doubt left that menopause is indeed a contentious health concern for women, it is all the more imperative that such concerns are being shared with doctors timely.

Sea Lion, 13, Dies at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium

Sea Lion, 13, Dies at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium

As per recent reports, it has been claimed by caretakers from Chicago's Shedd Aquarium that they have finally euthanized a California sea lion, 13-year-old male, called Otis.

Naked Mole Rat Holds Life Saving Features?

Naked Mole Rat Holds Life Saving Features?

Researchers doubt that the furless, ugly and naked mole rats hold life-saving clues and following their doubts, they have started their studies of finding some new treatments that can help in protecting brain cells from any such damage that is commonly found to occur due to a heart attack or a stroke.

Heartland Secret Paper Leaks

Heartland Secret Paper Leaks

It has been recently revealed that some of the leaked secret documents of Heartland, a prominent organization, have denied man-made global warming. For a long time, a controversy was going in which Heartland and scientists, environmentalists used to fight over global warming issue.

Fake Medicines Taking Toll on US

Fake Medicines Taking Toll on US

The production of fake drugs in the US has become a matter of concern, as reports have been received about firms running multibillion dollar business of producing counterfeit drugs. In the past, it was informed that fake cancer drug under the name of Avastin is being circulated in the US.

Timely HIV Tests Can Save Life

HIV-Tests

HIV/AIDS is one of the most deadly diseases in the world. Even after the efforts of the medical experts and scientists, an effective cure of it has not yet been found. Therefore every year, a number of events take place in which not only awareness about the deadliest disease is raised but also funds to support the research over HIV vaccination are also raised.

Online Addiction Is At the Top, Reveals US Study

Online Addiction Is At the Top, Reveals US Study

A novel US study has revealed that urge of checking status updates and surfing on the social network sites is quite strong than the urge of having alcohol and other tobacco products. The study that was taken out from the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business in America is said to be one of its kind which was done which urge was stronger among the both.

Man Survives After Having 3 and a Half Inch Nail in His Head

Man Survives After Having 3 and a Half Inch Nail in His Head

It has been recently revealed that in a startling incident, there was a three and a half inch nail, lodged in the brain of a man. The name of the man is Dante Autulla and he is from Chicago. This 32 years old man accidently fired the nail from a gun, while he was running errands in his garage in his own home, situated in Orlando Park.

Midlife Blood Pressure Dangerous for Health

Midlife Blood Pressure Dangerous for Health

Staying healthy must be the most important concern of every person not only because it will make their present life go smoothly but also it will give them a healthy and a low risk health in future too.

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