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A Hope for Diabetes Patients: Artificial Pancreas

A Hope for Diabetes Patients: Artificial Pancreas

Diabetes is probably one of the most dreaded illnesses, and it is a very sad fact that the epidemic is now growing and engulfing more and more people, regardless of the age, sex and demographic. But then we always have medical science to fight back!

Medicaid Now Looking to Save Funds: Apparently Billions can be Saved!

Medicaid Now Looking to Save Funds: Apparently Billions can be Saved!

Now that the healthcare bill is a very huge reality and all of us know that it is going to get implemented real soon, the insurers are very worried and looking for ways to cut back on spending and save a few bucks. And no! Raising of premiums once again is not the solution!

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Gorging on Pastas and White Breads? You Might be Substantially Adding to Your Heart Disease Risks!

Gorging on Pastas and White Breads? You Might be Substantially Adding to Your He

Ok, so you might not be gorging, but are you even having them more often? Yes? Then you are doing the same thing. You are actually upping your chances of developing heart diseases by as much as 2 times!

Pick up the Rod and Get Ready to Face Aggression Later: The New Mantra

Pick up the Rod and Get Ready to Face Aggression Later: The New Mantra

Gone are the days of "Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child". Today's times are different. Haven't child psychologists and experts been screaming at the top of their lungs, trying to get the message that it is not alright to hit children, out effectively? Of course they have! But looks like many parents do not get it.

Exercising can Reduce the Prescribed Tranquilizers for ICU Patients

Exercising can Reduce the Prescribed Tranquilizers for ICU Patients

We have known exercising for a number of benefits; there is one more that now adds to the list. For the ICU patients, a new research has that recommended mild exercise can help reducing the number of tranquilizers prescribed. The patients who are in intensive care unit and under the supervision of specialist doctors will now be able to slice the tranquilizers almost to half, if exercise programs that include meek exercise routine can be encompassed.

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