Medical

by | November 07, 2018 | 03:47

However, "after continued pressure on local authority budgets and cuts to public health services, this vision will need to be matched by appropriate investment", she said. Mr Hancock also called on employers to play a greater role in improving the health of their staff, and in their rehabilitation when they fall sick.

by | November 05, 2018 | 19:44

A National Institutes of Health study released on Thursday warns that cell phone radiation can cause cancers of the heart, brain and adrenal glands. "Exposure to radiofrequency radiation has always been thought to be of no health concern as long as the energy level was low and didn't cause heating of the tissues", Bucher said.

by | November 05, 2018 | 15:56

Wheatley leads the High-Risk Breast Cancer Program alongside Cody Gunn, M.D., breast surgeon at Piedmont Physicians Surgical Specialists in Athens. "After learning that I had to remove my breast, I was stressed out, but I accepted it". According to the statement, in 2017, 89 patients were referred to Samoa Cancer Society, 19 percent of these were women with breast cancer. These days, Nkhweng is actively involved in motivational speaking and participates in fun walks and marathons as her ...

by | November 05, 2018 | 13:44

World Health Organization denounced the claim of the prophet, saying there is no cure for HIV/AIDS yet. His next court date is 26 November. The court heard that the preacher had made further claims on the website of his Indian partners, Aretha Medical - where it was recorded that the two parties were together the manufacturers of Aguma.

by | November 04, 2018 | 19:41

The 2017-2018 season caused around 1,600 people in Louisiana to die a year ago, along with sending 15,000 to the hospital. Llama Antibodies Used to Create Universal Flu Vaccine Using antibodies from llamas, scientists reported that they have made a huge step forward in creating a universal flu vaccine, The Los Angeles Times reported .

by | November 04, 2018 | 13:43

Researchers examined data from 1.7 million people to find having your appendix removed is linked to 19.3% reduction in risk of development of Parkinson's disease in the general population; in rural areas there was a 25% reduction is risk. The function of the appendix for a long time has not been explained but recently have been discovered to contain a substance that destroys the brain cells.

by | November 04, 2018 | 12:10

Strangely, however, the studies found that exposure in male rats actually lengthened their lifespan, possibly linked with a decrease in chronic kidney problems found in older rats. The rodents in the studies were exposed to radiation nine hours a day for two years, far longer than even heavy users of cellphones. For comparison, fourth generation (4G) and fifth generation (5G) phones employ much higher frequencies, which are "far less successful at penetrating the bodies of humans and rats", ...

by | November 04, 2018 | 11:51

The child lived at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell where so far, 27 pediatric cases have been tied to the outbreak. Inspections have found issues with hand washing, which is the best way to guard against the infection.

by | November 04, 2018 | 02:12

In Florida and nationwide, racial disparities and access to care are the leading causes of preterm birth, which is defined as birth before 37 weeks. The preterm birth rate in Maryland among African-American women was 42 percent higher than the rate among all other women. A recent March of Dimes report revealed the unequal access to maternity care across the U.S., particularly in communities with higher poverty rates.

by | November 03, 2018 | 23:27

Castor said, "Florida could not have led the nation in enrollment in the federal health insurance marketplace last year and in previous years without investment in outreach and unbiased consumer assistance like our Navigators provide". This year, consumers can also sign up for short-term insurance plans. These plans don't have to meet the criteria required by the ACA, so they may not cover certain conditions.

by | November 03, 2018 | 23:02

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by | November 03, 2018 | 20:30

Viviane Labrie , an assistant professor at Van Andel Research Institute in MI and senior author of the study , said: "Despite having a reputation as largely unnecessary, the appendix actually plays a major part in our immune systems, in regulating the makeup of our gut bacteria and now, as shown by our work, in Parkinson's disease".

by | November 03, 2018 | 16:12

Jeffrey Howard says vaccination is the best way to prevent the disease. Almost three-fourths of Lexington's hepatitis A cases were hospitalized last month, according to new data from the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department. Illness from hepatitis A is typically acute and self-limited, but it can cause serious complications, even death, in people with existing health problems.

by | November 03, 2018 | 07:13

The patients were given watches that adapt the electrical stimulation to their needs based on voice commands. He suffered a severe spinal injury that took place seven years earlier in a sporting event; all past rehabilitation attempts were unsuccessful.

by | November 03, 2018 | 05:57

While the New Jersey Department of Health and the Ocean County Health Department work together to notify those who may have been exposed to the disease, officials remind everyone to stay alert and aware of the symptoms. Measles can cause serious illness such as pneumonia and encephalitis, and even miscarriage or premature birth in pregnant women. A document with information on what to do if you've been exposed to measles is available here.

by | November 03, 2018 | 04:45

They said 94 women who got minimally invasive surgery died within four years compared to 70 who got open surgery. However, Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society, expressed skepticism in a telephone interview, saying he suspects that middle- and upper-class women might be more likely to push for the less-invasive surgery with doctors who are less comfortable with it.

by | November 02, 2018 | 14:36

But this simply isn't the case, and with less than half of the adult population in the US getting vaccinated each flu season - which coincides with the holiday season and cold weather - there's a good chance you're going to get sick. Younger children and adults 65 and older are at an increased risk of getting the flu, according to health professionals. A flu vaccine is necessary each year because the vaccine provides protection for only one season.

by | November 02, 2018 | 03:17

Its goal is to help promote food allergy awareness and inclusion of all trick-or-treaters. This initiative provides an alternative for kids with food allergies. Local officials are encouraging residents to participate in the " Teal Pumpkin Project " this Halloween. "On a personal level, my youngest child has a genetic disorder that requires a special diet".

by | November 01, 2018 | 19:46

Steven Lindsay from the United Kingdom carried out the new study and presented it at 2018 American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Now scientists have found a completely new application for these super smellers: detecting malaria, the mosquito-borne disease that killed 445,000 people in 2016, according to the World Health Organization, majority in sub-Saharan Africa.

by | November 01, 2018 | 18:02

The death toll may be even higher than now assumed, because some victims - ages between 34 and 96 - were cremated. Detectives say Hoegel administered fatal doses of medication to the people at two hospitals in the north of the country, the BBC reported .