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Experts from UK health authorities linked recent hepatitis A outbreak with the sun-dried tomatoes. Four out of seven people during the recent hepatitis A spread in Unite Kingdom said they were eating sun-dired tomatoes before get infected

7 Mar 2012, 10:30
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Around 76,000 people get new hips in England and Wales. A lot of them are getting through a painful process of rehabilitation. Two engineers from UK have developed a method which may help to reduce all the painful feelings

6 Mar 2012, 11:59
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Youth who snores or have any of sleep-time breathing conditions are more likely to have certain behavioural disorders. Snoring and apnoea are likely to cause hyperactivity later on, a recent study published in the United States Journal of Pediatrics

5 Mar 2012, 14:18
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A Swedish study published in the British Medical Journal assert that women with cervical cancer, which was diagnosed with a smear test have better chances to fight with the illness effectively than those who didn't do a test

4 Mar 2012, 14:09
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Newborns, who saw the world a bit earlier have a higher risk of a number of diseases in infancy, a new study showed

3 Mar 2012, 13:12
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According to a new study conducted by Dutch scientists, Internet-based treatment may be effective for teenagers with fatigue syndrome.The study was published in the Lancet journal. Results showed that 63% of patients, who received online treatment

2 Mar 2012, 11:07
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Middle-aged women are roughly 40% more likely to become depressed if they experience migraine headaches, new research suggests

24 Feb 2012, 08:22
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Nearly every 34 seconds someone in the United States has a heart attack, according to the American Heart Association. In fact, heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the U.S.

22 Feb 2012, 08:15
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For 17-year-old Nathan Stiles, his senior year was supposed to be the best yet.He was a straight-A student and homecoming king at Spring Hill, Kansas, High School, and was the Broncos' star running back

30 Jan 2012, 08:18
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The leading killers of Americans continue to be non-infectious diseases like heart disease, strokes and lung diseases. But one of the perpetual causes of death fell off the top 15 list this year: Homicides.

12 Jan 2012, 02:08
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