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WHO: Poor diagnosis cause for global multi-drug resistant TB

Health/Nutrition  20 March '14

WHO: Poor diagnosis cause for global multidrug resistant TB

The World Health Organization warns that poor diagnosis is to blame for the global risk of multidrug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB).

Health/Nutrition  6 March '14

WHO: Slash your sugar intake in half for even better health effects

The World Health Organization (WHO) suggests that people slash their sugar intake in half for even better health effects.

Some young adults confessed they are willing to have sex with someone who has STD

Health/Nutrition  18 February '14

Some young adults confess they are willing to have sex with someone who has an STD

A recent study found that 20 percent of young adults are willing to have sex with someone who has an STD.

Children who watch television three hours daily are at higher risk of being bullied

Parenting  18 February '14

Children who watch television three hours daily are at higher risk of being bullied

Children who watch three hours of television per day may face a higher risk of bullying, a recent study suggests.

Children who have two parents with Alzheimer's may have increased risks of the disease

Health/Nutrition  14 February '14

Children who have two parents with Alzheimer's may have increased risks of the disease

Middle-aged adults whose parents both suffer from Alzheimer’s may be at a higher risk of early Alzheimer’s-related brain changes, according to a recent study.

Patient who complained of stomach pain diagnosed with a 44-year old fetus

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Patient who complained of stomach pain diagnosed with a 44-year old fetus

An 84-year old woman suffering from stomach pain recently discovered she was carrying a 44-year-old fetus inside her womb, according to the Daily Mail.

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

People who feel dizzy everytime they get out of bed may be suffering from low blood pressure

People who feel dizzy every time they go out of the bed may be suffering from low blood pressure, according to the Daily Mail.

People Who Are Impulsive Have High Chances of Binge Eating

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

People Who Are Impulsive Have Higher Chances of Binge Eating

Impulsive individuals are at a much higher risk of binge eating, according to a recent study.

People Who Are Impatient Have Quicker Eye Movements

Health/Nutrition  25 January '14

People Who Are Impatient Have Quicker Eye Movements

Impatient people have been found to have quicker eye movements compared to those who are not, a recent study concludes.

Families Who Have Dinner at the Table Have Slimmer Children

Health/Nutrition  15 January '14

Families Who Have Dinner at the Table Have Slimmer Children

Families who regularly serve food at the table have slimmer children because they are able to tell when they are already full, a recent study finds.

Babies Who are Spoon-Fed Are More Likely to Become Obese

Parenting  8 January '14

Babies Who are Spoon-Fed Are More Likely to Become Obese

Babies who are regularly spoon-fed are more likely to become obese because they find it more difficult to tell when they are already full, a recent study confirms.

Couple Who Won the Lotto Pays for Girl's Operation to be Able to Walk for the First Time

Health/Nutrition  31 December '13

Couple Who Won the Lotto Pays for Girl's Operation to be Able to Walk for the First Time

A couple who won 161 million pounds decided to pay for the spinal operation of a disabled girl, making it possible for her to walk again, the Daily Mail reports

Three-Year Old Girl Who Has Had Four Heart Transplants Celebrates Christmas

Parenting  24 December '13

Three-Year Old Girl Who Has Had Four Heart Transplants Celebrates Christmas

A three-year old girl who has already had her fourth heart celebrates Christmas at home, according to the Daily Mail.

Babies Who Were Breast Fed Can Top Their Class

Parenting  23 December '13

Babies Who Were Breast Fed Can Top Their Class

Babies who are breast fed turn out to be the smartest in their class, a new study finds.

Teenagers Who Smoke Cannabis Develop Abnormal Brain Structures

Health/Nutrition  17 December '13

Teenagers Who Smoke Cannabis Develop Abnormal Brain Structures

Teenagers who regularly smoke cannabis have been found to have abnormal brain structures and poorer memory, according to a new study.

Some British Mothers Who Drink Too Much Confess they Are Too Drunk to Care for their Babies

Health/Nutrition  13 December '13

Some British Mothers Who Drink Too Much Confess they Are Too Drunk to Care for their Babies

Twenty percent of British moms who binge drink confessed that they have been too hung over to even look after their kids, a recent survey confirms.

People Who Viewed the Boston Bombing Are More Likely to Develop Stress Symptoms

Health/Nutrition  12 December '13

People Who Viewed the Boston Bombing Are More Likely to Develop Stress Symptoms

Immersing oneself in prolonged media coverage viewing of bombings and shootings can trigger stress, a new study finds.

WHO

Health/Nutrition  11 December '13

Malaria control efforts saved 3.3 million since 2000, WHO says

Global efforts to curb malaria have saved the lives of 3.3 million people since 2000, cutting global death rates from the mosquito-borne disease by 45 percent and by half in children under 5, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday.

Parents Who Yell at their Teenagers May Risk their Child's Mental Health

Health/Nutrition  11 December '13

Parents Who Yell at their Teenagers May Risk their Child's Mental Health

Parents who yell and threaten their teenage children may put them at a great risk of mental illnesses, a new study suggests.

Weight

Health/Nutrition  7 December '13

Women who are in Love are Not Worried about their Weight

Women who are currently in love worry less about their weight compared to single women, a new study suggests.

People Who Snore Are More Likely to Suffer from Stroke

Health/Nutrition  7 December '13

People Who Snore Are More Likely to Suffer from Stroke

Heavy snorers are twice as likely to suffer from stroke unlike those who sleep soundly at night, a recent study finds.

Children Who Suffered from Childhood Trauma More Likely to Become Obese

Health/Nutrition  15 November '13

Children Who Suffered from Childhood Trauma More Likely to Become Obese

Children who suffered from childhood trauma found it much easier to gain weight and eventually become obese by the age of 15, a new study finds.

First Instance of Ectopic Pregnancy Lowers Chances of Future Births

Pregnancy  14 November '13

New Device Developed to Ease Births

A car mechanic in Argentina had an "aha" moment after he watched a YouTube video of a cork being pulled out of an empty glass bottle with just the use of a simple plastic bag. After going to bed and thinking about the trick he had just seen, he woke up with an idea that has the potential to revolutionize the way women given birth.

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