As per recent reports, it has been revealed that doctors at a number of Jamaican hospitals have been carrying out protests. Due to which, only emergency services are being provided.
A lot has been said about brisk walking and yet again, a new study has added some more advantages to the existing list of the same. A research has been published in the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, as per which, brisk walking is quite beneficial for health.
Researchers are on their way to make a ground-breaking discovery in the field of HIV. The much-awaited vaccine is knocking at the door of science.
A paper published in the journal Nature has shown that researchers have been working to develop a vaccine that would increase the ability of human's to neutralize HIV virus.
A research has shed light on the fact that Rotorua's hydrogen sulphide levels can help asthma patients rather than affecting them. The infamous hydrogen sulphide levels have somehow gained attention of scientists.
Kathryn Wilson, 42, who is a melanoma survivor, has praised the new sunbed law restricting youngsters under 18 from using sunbeds. Kathryn was treated for one of the most deadly type of skin cancer that she blamed to the use of sunbed.
Dr. Sam Coulter Smith, master of the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin revealed that he terminated four pregnancies last year as those women were diagnosed with a life threatening infection. He said that he was forced to perform abortions on the women as they were diagnosed with sepsis.
Not a long time has passed when it was revealed that troika has been given authority to supervise health spending. It seems that troika has been taking its responsibility quite seriously.
According to an Australian study published on Wednesday in the Journal of Adolescent Health, pre-school children with early onset puberty suffer emotional and social issues from preschool age. They suffer behavioral issues well before their physical conditions are visible.
According to a new study, workers in the middle management are the most stressed ones, possibly more than their boss. The findings were revealed by the scientists after studying the behavior of a bunch of monkeys for nearly 600 hours.
`Where there is a will there is a way', statement goes perfectly with the spirit of this 15-year-old American who despite suffering from Down's syndrome has reached Everest Base Camp.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention are busy in making a seed vaccine for a flu circulating in China.
A CDC spokesperson said the vaccine is being developed for purely precautionary purpose, but it can also not be ignored that they are worried to know about the spread of the virus.
In a recent study, scientists have found that brisk walking offers greater health benefits as compared to running. The findings were based on assessment and comparison of 33,060 runners and 15,045 walkers.
Under the Family Nurse Partnership program, nurses are trained specially to take care of the mothers below 20 years of age. The young mothers receive every needed advice from preparing for labour to breastfeeding.
The front page story of The Mail, in one of its published issues, describes the exploitation faced by the NHS through the `health tourists' from abroad.
The government health advisors have issued advisory notices to quit smoking to people having a close relative going to hospital for operation or giving birth.
Researchers detected that the intermittent androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) provides null benefits to the patients, who are suffering from metastatic prostate cancer. The results were detected after comparing the benefits provided by the therapy with those of continuous treatment.
A recent research has showed concern over the rising rate of esophagus cancer over last two decades. It has been stated that the rise in the incidence of esophageal adenocarcinoma, which are cancers that are part of the esophagus closest to the stomach, has gone up twp times in the last 20 years.
There has been enough talked about diluted chemotherapy drugs and it has worried those who were at the receiving end. Kate Warner, a 74-year-old breast cancer patient, is among those who come under the same category.