Care giving for Alzheimer’s will be an arduous task Report

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According to a latest report, the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease will increase at the fast rate in the coming future, primarily due to an aging population worldwide.

Autopsy confirms deceased had CFD

Autopsy report confirms deceased had CFD

An uneasy calm prevails at a local hospital in New Hampshire. One of the hospital’s former patients has died. While such episodes are a part and parcel

Jerry Brown’s re-election gets finance by drug companies, tobacco giants

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The drug companies and Philip Morris USA,  the tobacco giant, are getting generous and financing the re-election campaign of Jerry Brown.A campaign statement regarding the extended finance

‘Go Blue’ skywriting also scripts hefty donations for Ovarian Cancer

‘Go Blue’ skywriting also scripts hefty donations for Ovarian Cancer

Call it a challenge or call it a prank. The move has paid off as it has garnered a whopping $36,000 in donations for a cause; to

Moderate Exercising Best during Pregnancy

Pregnancy is the time when most moms-to-be like be pampered. Good sumptuous food with a lot of rest and no hectic work forms the ideal daily itinerary

Colonoscopy cuts the risk of colon cancer by 40%

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According to a new study, a standard recommendation of colonoscopy exam, to check for abnormalities inside the large intestine with a thin tube, could save thousands of

E-Readers Helpful for Dyslexia Patients: Study

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Good news for dyslexia patients!! A recent research has also come as a relief for parents whose children suffer from dyslexia. According to the research, dyslexia patients

Federally sponsored Anti-smoking campaign a roaring success

Federally sponsored Anti-smoking campaign a roaring success

Anti-smoking graphic ads illustrating the adverse consequences of smokes have yielded better than expected results in the United States. As a part of the federal health authorities

‘Right Sizing’ Chemo Doses for Obese Patients Required

‘Right Sizing’ Chemo Doses for Obese Patients Required

Obese people are more likely to contact other medical conditions including diabetes and heart ailments. The condition, slowly but surely, cripples their daily lives. Such people have

Braces can avert surgery for scoliosis sufferers

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Bracing is an effective treatment, halting the progression of the curve and slashing the need for corrective surgery in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS), findings of