Study finds kids benefit from early dose of measles vaccinations

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The findings of a new study from the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research suggest that early vaccination for measles immunization is safer and provides better health outcomes

Hajjj meat shipped to impoverished countries

Hajjj meat shipped to impoverished countries

While there are massive arrangements to be made in Saudi Arabia at the time of Eid Al Adha, the aspect of handling the humungous quantum of meat

Further evidence that BPA, phthalates are harmful

Findings of two new studies underscore the negative impact of exposure to plastic additives on the reproductive health of both males and females. While one study suggested

Heat-wave induced asthma attacks on rise in infants

Heat-wave induced asthma attacks on rise in infants

Heat waves are linked to higher odds of dehydration and heat strokes. But latest findings suggest that the sudden rise in temperatures can also trigger asthma attacks

Pediatric organ transplants raises risk of kidney disease – Study

Pediatric organ transplants

Pediatric organ transplants put recipients at higher risk of kidney disease later in life, researchers have found. According to the findings of a new study, children who

Fall season welcomes Pollen grains! California, watch out for allergies

Are you struck hard by the sneezing bug? It’s fall time and the air is loaded with weed pollen that sails freely in the air and creeps

Food heated in plastic ups miscarriage risk–Study

Food heated in plastic ups miscarriage risk

Findings of a new study suggest that food items heated up in plastic containers are best left alone, especially by pregnant women. The study, conducted by researchers at

Do irregular bedtimes trigger behavior problems in kids?

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Here’s a legitimate reason to stick to a bedtime routine for your kids! It’s not only helpful for parents but also beneficial for their little ones! Young

St. Jude acquires manufacturer of ‘leadless pacemaker’

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Canada based St. Jude Medical Inc. announced Monday that it had acquired California-based Nano­stim Inc. in a $123.5 million deal. The acquisition gives the medical technology company

Study findings hint at statin, cataract link

Study findings hint at statin, cataract link

Findings of a latest study hint that cholesterol lowering statins such as Zocor (simvastatin) and Lipitor (atorvastatin) may be linked to the formation of vision-blurring cataracts. On