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Studies suggest drop in heart attacks by 40 percent since introduction of smoking ban in UK

Studies suggest drop in heart attacks by 40 percent since introduction of smokin

Recent studies provide evidence of significant drop in number of heart attacks in the UK since the introduction of smoking ban in 2007. With the reduction of passive smoking, less number of patients suffer from cardiovascular diseases.

Ten percent drop in UK cancer death rates in the previous decade

Ten percent drop in UK cancer death rates in the previous decade

With advancement in diagnosis and available cancer treatments, a drop of 10 per cent has been observed in the death rates from cancer in the United Kingdom. In spite of that, the number of deaths is still on a rise in the country.

Experts’ advice drinkers to be cautious as deaths rate rises

Experts’ advice drinkers to be cautious as deaths rate rises

Healthcare experts have advised drinkers to express cautious as they record an increase in alcohol related deaths in the United Kingdom.

Fruit and vegetables can reduce the risk of breast cancer

Fruit and vegetables can reduce the risk of breast cancer

According to a new research study, an adequate consumption of fruit and vegetables a day can reduce the risk of breast cancer.

Human Breast milk can help destroy antibiotic-resistant superbugs

Human Breast milk can help destroy antibiotic-resistant superbugs

According to a new study, a part of a protein in human breast milk could be used to kill a certain type of drug-resistant bacteria.

UK and Bill Gates to work to eradicate malaria

UK and Bill Gates to work to eradicate malaria

United Kingdom's Chancellor George Osborne has joined tech billionaire Bill Gates to work to eradicate themalaria disease from the world.

New treatment with brain 'sat nav' to help remove tumours

New treatment with brain 'sat nav' to help remove tumours

Health experts said that a new brain 'satnav' will allow surgeons to reach and remove tumours that were inoperable earlier and without damaging the healthy tissue.

Regulators approve new drug for skin cancer treatment

Regulators approve new drug for skin cancer treatment

The regulators in the United Kingdom have approved a new drug for the treatment for skin cancer under the National Health Service or NHS.

Medical records can help detect risk of Dementia

Medical records can help detect risk of Dementia

According to a new study, a person's existing medical records can be analysed to determine the risk of dementia within five years.

Elderly Dementia patients are being mistreated at hospital

Elderly Dementia patients are being mistreated at hospital

A new report has warned that elderly dementia patients are being mistreated at hospitals and are even ignored for hours in wards.

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