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Ontario facility making drug for lung and breast cancers suspended by Health Canada

US Health - Sat, 05/10/2014 - 10:12

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An order has been by Health Canada to the Ontario pharmaceutical facility to stop the sales of an injectable drug which doctors prescribe to treat lung and breast cancers as there are serious issues regarding the production process of the drug.

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ACCC recalls stocks of fabrics and clothes as it may cause cancer from dyes

US Health - Sat, 05/10/2014 - 09:53

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) have recalled more than 50,000 clothing and bed linen as it may raise the risk of cancer due to harmful dyes.

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Advisor requests Londoners to walk away from kerb to avoid toxic fumes

US Health - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 09:52

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An advisor working with the government urged Londoners to make sure that they keep distance from the kerb as and when they walk on busy roads to ensure that they do not inhale traffic-polluted air which is the cause for thousands of deaths in the city.

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Women in their 30s who don’t exercise have higher heart risk

US Health - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 09:33

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An important research has found that women in their 30s who have no physical workout have a much higher risk of heart attacks as compared to those who smoke and are overweight.

Scientists found that women who are inactive in young age have a 50 percent higher chance to developing heart disease later in life as compared to the ones who exercise.

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Depressed teenagers have negative effects on their future love life

US Health - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 09:11

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According to a new study experiencing negative feelings during teenage can have adverse effects on relationships even when you are a middle aged person.

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Training in music rushes blood to left side of the brain

US Health - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 09:05

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A recent study shows that training in music increases the flow of blood in the brain's left portal. Researchers from the University of Liverpool did the study which clearly shows the relation between music training and any other kind of learning to have the same neural path.

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Number of Scots waiting over four hours in A&E triples

US Health - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 10:50

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A new report has some very disturbing figures which suggest that the number of Scots waiting over four hours for emergency in the A&E departments has almost tripled in five years.

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Taj and Co selling truly authentic ‘halal’ meat

US Health - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 10:45

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Very close to the Birmingham city centre is a old red building where thousands of chicken face the same fate everyday when a man with razor sharp knife in his hand comes and utters a small prayer before skilfully slitting the throat of the chicken.

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Study: mentally ill people less likely to be violent

US Health - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 10:30

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According to a new study of the mentally ill in Sweden done on a large scale, mentally ill people have much lesser chances to commit a violent crime if they are on medication prescribed by a psychiatrist.

Numerous mental-wellbeing masters say the association between the two is exaggerated in the minds of general people.

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Healthier lifestyle can save 23 percent lives in England and Wales

US Health - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 10:27

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Unhealthy lifestyle habits like eating junk food, drinking and smoking have caused a steep increase in the number of deaths in the country.

The most significant reason for avoidable deaths among the population of England and Wales is lung cancer for ladies and heart disease for men.

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Opposition asks to levy ban on use of tanning beds by youngsters

US Health - Wed, 05/07/2014 - 09:28

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The Opposition party at Saskatchewan says that it is only right to ban young people from using tanning beds owing to the high risk of skin cancer.

The NDP highlighted that there is enough medical proof that there is high risk of skin cancer by the use of tanning beds and the most susceptible are the younger lot.

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Study finds people who claim to see Jesus on their toast are normal

US Health - Wed, 05/07/2014 - 09:22

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Several hundred people have reported having seen the image of Jesus or Virgin Mary burnt on their daily toast or in the shape of their potatoes. However most think of such people as overreacting or simply behaving crazy but a recent study found that such a phenomenon is completely normal.

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Humans can recognise just two faces in a crowd :Study

US Health - Wed, 05/07/2014 - 09:15

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A new study has found that even if there are famous people in a crowd a human can recognise just two faces at a given time. The study to understand the human ability to recognise faces was done by setting up experiments by Volker Thoma of the University of East London in the UK.

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Low testosterone levels increase risk of prostate cancer reclassification

US Health - Wed, 05/07/2014 - 09:03

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As per a research published online on May 4 in BJU International men who are constantly being monitored for prostate cancer and have serious drop in the levels of testosterone may be at increased risk for reclassification of the disease.

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Study: two in five Toronto kids under four never visited a dentist

US Health - Tue, 05/06/2014 - 11:05

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As per the findings of a new study 39 percent children in Toronto under the age of four years have never been to a dentist.

A study published by Dr. Jonathon Maguire in the medical journal Pediatrics shows that two out of five kids never got any dental care and the ones who had most chances of developing cavities were least likely to visit a dentist.

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Young blood transfusion in old people can make their brains behave like young brains

US Health - Tue, 05/06/2014 - 10:59

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Scientists made three different discoveries in mice which if applied in humans can make the brains of old people behave like that of young people which is a major breakthrough and if successful then just a simple blood transfusion can lead to all solutions to aging brains.

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La Liga boss wants to attract world's best players to Spain

Javier-TebasLondon, July 30 : President of La Liga, Spain's top football division, has said that he wants to attract all the best players in the world to the country and rival the commercial power of the English Premier League.  Read more »

Barca reports record income of 530 mln euros for 2013-14

Barcelona-FCJohannesburg, July 30 : Spanish club Barcelona announced on Tuesday that the club has reported a record income of 530 million euros over the past year and made a profit of 41 million euros.  Read more »

Pietersen feels sorry for retired England skipper Andrew Strauss

Kevin-PietersenSydney, July 30 : Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen said that he felt sorry for Andrew Strauss following his highly offensive remark against Pietersen during a commentary at Lord's.  Read more »

Malinga prefers IPL over domestic cricket

Malinga prefers IPL over domestic cricketJohannesburg, July 30 - Sir Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga said to his country's cricket chiefs that he would choose to play for his IPL team instead of Sri Lanka's Southern Express in the Champions League T20.  Read more »

F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone attempts to settle bribery trial

Bernie-EcclestoneLondon, July 30 : Lawyers of the Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone said that the F1 boss was ready to pay 25 million euros to a German bank to resolve the bribery case against him.  Read more »

Hamilton denies employing 'mind games' against Rosberg in race for F1 title

Lewis-HamiltonLondon, July 18 : Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has said that he is not trying to employ mind games against his teammate Nico Rosberg as both battle for the Formula One championship.  Read more »