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Cardiovascular disease in older men can't be prevented by Multivitamins

According to a study cardiovascular disease in older men can't be prevented by taking a daily multivitamin.The U.S. Physicians Health Study II monitored nearly 15,000 male doctors aged 50 and older for more than 10 years. Participants were randomly assigned to take a multivitamin or a placebo.

06 November 2012
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Cardiovascular disease in older men can't be prevented by Multivitamins

Brain on a chip could be used in the near future to test drugs

A new type of a microchip that contains a living brain and circulatory cells is designed to act like one tiny part of the human brain. Our device is designed to be the most realistic model of brain tissue developed in the lab so far said Anil Achyuta.

24 October 2012
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Brain on a chip could be used in the near future to test drugs

Apps of Android and Apple blamed for teen smoking

According to a new study from the University of Sydney, free mobile phone apps downloadable from the Apple App Store or Google Play may be playing a short role in encouraging smoking behavior.

24 October 2012
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Apps of Android and Apple blamed for teen smoking

Bird flu outbreaks in Nepal hundreds of chickens culled

A strain of H5N1 of bird flu at a poultry farm on the outside of the city by some officials. Due to the reason about 1200 chickens have died at the poultry farm from bird flu virus and the remaining were killed around about 800 and thousands of eggs have also been destroyed.

15 October 2012
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Bird flu outbreaks in Nepal hundreds of chickens culled

According to a survey Depression Stigma maybe fading out

It is a quite difficult for those people to understand what a patient goes through who never had gone through depression and such patients are seem unattractive to them. A stigma of depression that is not such a big problem to be ashamed of, but still patients fail to get proper and timely treatment because they try to hide it.

12 October 2012
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According to a survey Depression Stigma maybe fading out

Deaths occurring due to Brain eating Amoeba

Its a waterborne parasite that is commonly called the Brain eating Amoeba and its biologically given name is Naegleria Fowleri. It lives in warm, unclean water. It directly effects the nervous system, though it occurs rarely but in case it happens it is difficult enough to treat and leads to death in about a week.

09 October 2012
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Deaths occurring due to Brain eating Amoeba

Screen addicted children a new Mental Illness

Now-a-days most of the children instead we can say majority of them are seen texting on cellphones, playing video games, internet surfing, watching TV so, they stare at the screen all day and night. This has lead to a new mental illness referred as "internet use disorder" and has been confirmed by further research.

06 October 2012
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Screen addicted children a new Mental Illness

A warning given by WHO on spread of drug resistant malaria to Burma, Vietnam

Global health officials are taking special measures to fight against the deadliest spread of malaria. It is expected that if necessary measures are not taken on the right time its going to spread in all parts of Vietnam.

01 October 2012
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A warning given by WHO on spread of drug resistant malaria to Burma, Vietnam

People living in country side are more likely to go through Alzheimer's disease

Scientists have found out that people who were born and those brought up in rural areas were at greater risks to suffer from Alzheimer's disease as compared to those from towns and cities.

19 September 2012
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People living in country side are more likely to go through Alzheimer's disease

Women dies due to dengue fever in Karachi

Recently a women living in Karachi dies suffering from dengue fever. The death occured at the local hospital stated by a focal person of the dengue surveillance cell on Thursday.

06 September 2012
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Women dies due to dengue fever in Karachi