Before 28th March, Doctors had No Clue on Saibaba’s Health

Tuesday, April 19, 2011 1:36
Posted in category Others, health

Sri Satya Sai Super-Speciality Hospital’s Director has said that before 28th March, the hospital’s doctors had no clue about the Sai Baba’s health when he was admitted with a serious condition. While addressing a press conference, A N Safaya, SSSIHMS Director, stated, “We have no

Delhi Water Replete With Superbug, Say Scientists

Friday, April 8, 2011 1:42
Posted in category health

A superbug, which is highly resistant to almost all widely known antibiotics drug, has been found in water that is being supplied in New Delhi. The research has been carried by the Britain’s Cardiff University, which showed that the new drug-immune New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase (NDM-1)

To Beat Breast Cancer, Women Should Give Importance To Their Overall Health

Friday, April 8, 2011 1:39
Posted in category Cancer, health

A new study has revealed that good, overall health might be linked with better results for breast cancer survivors. Researchers, who are working on After Breast Cancer Pooling Project, studied the data collected from more than 9,000 primary stage breast cancer survivors. And, they all have found

Quit Smoking for a Better and Healthy Life

Thursday, February 24, 2011 0:28
Posted in category Harmful Products, health

It is really easy to say “Quit Smoking”; however, for chain smokers it could be a hard decision to do so. But now, medical experts say it could be the best thing you could do for a healthy life, and eventually it will also save your hard earned money. If the reports of the Centers for Disease

Newly Invented Heart Pump Can Reduce The Stroke Risk

Tuesday, February 15, 2011 6:02
Posted in category Heart Diseases, health

A woman from Quebec, Canada is the first one from the country to test a newly invented heart pump, which is likely to lessen the risk of stroke considerably, making her Valentine Day especially sweet. In the month of December 2010, doctors from the McGill University Health Centre fixed a C-Pulse

Latest Study: Mobile Phones can impact your health

Friday, February 4, 2011 2:19
Posted in category health

The latest study by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology on the negative impact of cell phones on health has raised previous concerns about the potential side-effects from radio frequencies that are emitted from mobile phones and the enduring safety of using wireless

Canadian Province To Spend CAD $ 2 Million On A Deadly Disease

Thursday, February 3, 2011 5:28
Posted in category Heart Diseases, health

Alberta, the Canadian city, has planned to spend CAD$ 2 million this year to vaccinate teenagers against bacterial meningitis. This plan has come in a bid to slash the hundreds of illnesses and dozens of deaths, which were caused by the deadly disease in last 10 years. Public health nurses hope

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China – The Leader In Smoking

Monday, January 31, 2011 6:21
Posted in category Cancer, health

A global panel of experts has warned China that health problems caused by smoking related habits would obstruct its economic growth badly. Reportedly, just because of smoking, the amount of money being spent on health problems is much more than the support of tobacco industry in terms of revenue

‘Health Card’ Plan, Approved By CM Nitish Kumar

Monday, January 31, 2011 0:51
Posted in category health

A few days back, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar approved the state’s health department proposal to start a universal ‘Health Card’ scheme for about 2 crore students, who are in the age group of 6-14 years. He also stated that he wants the scheme get implemented by 22 March 2011, as that day

Women With Breast Implants Might Get Infected With Blood Cancer

Saturday, January 29, 2011 7:42
Posted in category Cancer

Recently, the US Food and Drug Administration stated that the women with saline and silicone gel-filled breast implants might be at higher risk of getting affected with a rare form of blood cancer which is widely known as anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL). A news channel reported that an