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HPV vaccine: Why boys are less likely to get it

US Health - Sat, 09/06/2014 - 09:49

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A Conservative MP's tongue and throat cancer alarm is reigniting the verbal confrontation over whether young people ought to get the HPV antibody free of charge.

Amid his nine-month episode of cancer, Peter Kent says, specialists persuaded him its vital to inoculate young men against human papillomavirus.

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Growth of babies to be assessed by international standards

US Health - Sat, 09/06/2014 - 09:42

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Upwards of 13 million extra new-borns over the globe, now considered "typical" will soon be termed as undernourished - on account of the world's first universal models for fetal development and new-conceived size have been produced by a worldwide group headed by researchers from Oxford University.

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Men are more likely to be bitten by sharks

US Health - Fri, 09/05/2014 - 09:44

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Sharks are nine times more prone to kill men than ladies, a major new study into shark assaults around the globe has found.

Specialists in Australia discovered men were found in 84 per cent of all unjustifiable shark assaults.

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Suicides can be prevented by limiting access to pesticides: WHO

US Health - Fri, 09/05/2014 - 09:40

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The World Health Organization (WHO) says that constraining access to pesticides can help diminish the quantity of suicides.

A report discharged Thursday said that expending pesticides "is among the most widely recognized routines for suicide universally, and is of specific concern in country rural ranges in the South-East Asia Region" in which it included India.

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'Angelina effect' on cancer gene screening tracked by researchers

US Health - Wed, 09/03/2014 - 09:33

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Angelina Jolie's shocking disclosure she had a deterrent twofold mastectomy because of a hereditary disease hazard has multiplied the quantity of high hazard ladies considering hereditary testing to check whether they have certain qualities joined to bosom and ovarian tumors, new Canadian test proposes.

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More than diet plan, following it and exercising matters

US Health - Wed, 09/03/2014 - 09:29

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It doesn't make a difference what sort of eating regimen you use as long as you stick to it and consolidate it with physical activity, as per another study based out of Mcmaster University in Hamilton.

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Tea is better as compared to coffee

US Health - Wed, 09/03/2014 - 09:24

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A new study uncovers that drinking tea could lessen non-cardiovascular mortality by 24%, perhaps because of a combo of tea's cancer prevention agent content and the other lifestyle propensities that tea consumers frequently keep up.

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Belly fat leads to hypertension

US Health - Wed, 09/03/2014 - 09:22

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Individuals with fat around their stomach zone are at more serious danger of creating (hypertension) when contrasted with those with comparative body mass file (BMI) however fat focuses somewhere else on the body, says a study.

For this study, analysts emulated 903 patients for a normal of seven years to track improvement of hypertension.

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