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Early warning signs of heart attacks 'being missed' - BBC News;

Early warning signs of heart attacks 'being missed' - BBC News

BBC NewsEarly warning signs of heart attacks 'being missed'BBC NewsEarly warning signs may have been missed in one in six heart attack deaths in England, a study suggests. Researchers looked at all heart attack hospital admissions and deaths between 2006 and 2010. The team, from Imperial College London, found 16% ...Warning signs of fatal heart attacks missed in up to one in six casesTelegraph.co.ukEarly warning signs missed in one in six fatal heart attack casesEvening StandardSHARE: In your words, what did a heart attack feel like?KPRC HoustonDaily Mail -KSDK.com -NEWS.com.au -The Sunall 38 news articles »

MedlinePlus: How to Prevent High Blood Pressure - Military Technologies;

MedlinePlus: How to Prevent High Blood Pressure - Military Technologies

Military TechnologiesMedlinePlus: How to Prevent High Blood PressureMilitary TechnologiesAbout 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. has high blood pressure, or hypertension, but many don't realize it. High blood pressure usually has no warning signs, yet it can lead to life-threatening conditions like heart attack or stroke. The good news is that you ...What Everybody Ought To Know About High Blood Pressure (The Risks And a 100% Natural & Save Solution)Gistmaster (blog)all 2 news articles »

QUEENS COLLEGE: 'Since my daughter came home for break, she has been stopping, vomiting' - Nigeria Today

QUEENS COLLEGE: 'Since my daughter came home for break, she has been stopping, vomiting'Nigeria TodayLagos—Emotions ran high as parents of Queens College students and sympathisers gathered at the requiem mass on Monday night in honour of Vivian Osuyi, a Junior Secondary School, JSS 2 student of the school who allegedly died of diarrhoea.and more »

Women putting health of family and even their PETS before their own wellbeing - Express.co.uk;

Women putting health of family and even their PETS before their own wellbeing - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukWomen putting health of family and even their PETS before their own wellbeingExpress.co.ukWOMEN are putting the health of their children, husbands and even their pets before their own wellbeing, a new survey has found. By Sarah O'Grady. PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 00:01, Wed, Mar 1, 2017. woman child health wellbeing GETTY. Many women ...New Glasgow course to help women move forward after breast cancerGlasgow LiveProtecting women from breast cancerThe HinduDiagnostic Mammograms Find More Cancers, and More False-PositivesEveryday Health (blog)The Sun -Daijiworld.com -ITV News -Collective Evolutionall 32 news articles »

Active subscribers hit 154.6m - The Nation Newspaper;

Active subscribers hit 154.6m - The Nation Newspaper

The Nation NewspaperActive subscribers hit 154.6mThe Nation NewspaperThe numbers of active telephone lines rose to over 154.6 million in January, the Monthly Subscriber/Operator Data for January 2017, obtained from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC's) website yesterday, has shown. It said active telecom ...NCC: Nigeria's active subscribers hit 154.6mBiztech Africaall 2 news articles »

Health department works to raise awareness about MMR vaccine after some UA students test positive for mumps - whnt.com;

Health department works to raise awareness about MMR vaccine after some UA students test positive for mumps - whnt.com

whnt.comHealth department works to raise awareness about MMR vaccine after some UA students test positive for mumpswhnt.comTUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Several students at the University of Alabama have been diagnosed with mumps. This virus causes fever, head and muscle aches and can make a person feel pretty miserable. It can be spread by coughing, sneezing or talking.Three mumps cases reported in Finney CountyThe Garden City TelegramTotal number of mumps cases in Toronto up to 18CP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsAHS warns of mumps outbreakAlberta Daily Herald TribuneScience Times -Omak Okanogan County Chronicle -CJOB -MetroNews Canadaall 38 news articles »

Rosemary Odinga flown to SA in fight with brain tumour - The Star, Kenya;

Rosemary Odinga flown to SA in fight with brain tumour - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaRosemary Odinga flown to SA in fight with brain tumourThe Star, KenyaKibra MP aspirant Rosemary Odinga has been flown to South Africa for further treatment after being in hospital for eight days. Rosemary, Cord leader Raila Odinga's second born, was flown out at about 11am yesterday accompanied by neurosurgeon Oluoch ...Rosemary Odinga flown to South Africa for treatmentThe Standard (press release)Rosemary Odinga in South Africa over bleeding brainZIPO.CO.KERaila Odinga's daughter flown to South Africa for further treatmentCitizen TV (press release)TUKO.CO.KEall 9 news articles »

Colon and Rectal Cancers Rising in Young People - New York Times;

Colon and Rectal Cancers Rising in Young People - New York Times

New York TimesColon and Rectal Cancers Rising in Young PeopleNew York TimesKirsten Freiborg of New Hope, Minn., now 27, learned she had colon cancer at age 22, a month before her college graduation. Credit Jenn Ackerman for The New York Times. Cancers of the colon and rectum have been declining in older adults in recent ...Born in the '90s? Your colon cancer risk could be risingCNNColorectal cancer rates are rising among younger Americans even as they're falling for othersLos Angeles TimesWhy Are More Young Americans Getting Colon Cancer?NPRWashington Post -CTV News -Economic Times -ABC2 Newsall 90 news articles »

Black Women Aren't Having Enough Orgasms And Their Careers Are To Blame Says Author - MadameNoire;

Black Women Aren't Having Enough Orgasms And Their Careers Are To Blame Says Author - MadameNoire

MadameNoireBlack Women Aren't Having Enough Orgasms And Their Careers Are To Blame Says AuthorMadameNoireHas rising up the corporate ladder affected your sex life? According to Dr. Andrea Pennington, an integrative physician, meditation teacher, and sex educator, it most likely has–and has so negatively. In fact, she says not only that, but Black women ...Study reveals if your girlfriend does this during sex, then she's more likely to cheat on youJOEStraight women still aren't getting their fair share of orgasmsThe Sydney Morning HeraldMen Suck At Giving Women Orgasms, Science FINALLY ProvesYourTangoMen's Health -Times of India -Fox News -UPROXXall 24 news articles »

WHO publishes list of antibiotic-resistant bacteria to speed up drug research - Hindustan Times;

WHO publishes list of antibiotic-resistant bacteria to speed up drug research - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesWHO publishes list of antibiotic-resistant bacteria to speed up drug researchHindustan TimesThe list was drawn up in a bid to guide and promote research and development of new antibiotics, as part of WHO's efforts to address growing resistance among bacteria to medicines currently in use. health and fitness Updated: Feb 28, 2017 11:57 IST.WHO: These 12 bacteria pose greatest risk to human healthCNNWHO's 'priority pathogens' list highlights urgent need for new drugsCBC.caUN lists 12 supergerms too strong for antibioticseNCAWashington Post -Vanguard -World Health Organization -The Guardianall 71 news articles »

Rare disease sufferer to hold awareness event - Kenai Peninsula Online;

Rare disease sufferer to hold awareness event - Kenai Peninsula Online

NDTVRare disease sufferer to hold awareness eventKenai Peninsula OnlineIf you've never heard of stiff person syndrome, you're far from alone. The neurological disorder — characterized by progressively stiffening muscles and intermittent, painful spasms — affects about one in 1 million people, according to an estimate ...Rare Disease Day: 7 Most Rare Diseases in the World and the Importance of ResearchNDTVComment: Building cross-border healthcare networksFinancial TimesRare Disease Day puts spotlight on research and awarenessHighway MailiTech Post -MENAFN.COM -International Business Times UK -Pulmonary Fibrosis Newsall 24 news articles »

Time to talk about it — Raising awareness and feeding hope for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week - Argonaut;

Time to talk about it — Raising awareness and feeding hope for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week - Argonaut

Telegraph.co.ukTime to talk about it — Raising awareness and feeding hope for National Eating Disorder Awareness WeekArgonautEach year on our campus, we recognize the impact of eating disorders and encourage support for recovery. This year's theme for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (Feb. 27- March 3) is “It's Time to Talk about. It.” This is a timely theme, because ...COLUMN: Eating disorder clichés hurt everyoneDaily Trojan OnlineThink Going on a Diet is Harmless? Think Again.Huffington PostTeacher uses personal story to educate students on eating disordersChannel3000.com - WISC-TV3Bradenton Herald -Tallahassee.com -Oskaloosa Herald -PR Web (press release)all 139 news articles »

Experts advocate for disability disorders as Benola clocks 4 - Vanguard

Experts advocate for disability disorders as Benola clocks 4VanguardThe Founder/CEO Benola Cerebral Palsy Initiative, Air Vice Marshall Femi Gbadebo (Retd), has called for annual topical discussions to be held nationally on Cerebral Palsy (CP), a disorder that affects thousands in Nigeria. ADVERTISING. inRead invented ...and more »

Reprieve for outpatients as LUTH procures new laboratory equipment - Vanguard;

Reprieve for outpatients as LUTH procures new laboratory equipment - Vanguard

VanguardReprieve for outpatients as LUTH procures new laboratory equipmentVanguardThe Management of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LUTH, has procured an ultramodern laboratory equipment to ease difficulties faced by outpatients at the hospital's Accident and Emergency department as well as ensure results of medical tests ...Nigerian Activist Medical Doctor Reveals 'Real Reason' Behind His Suspension At Lagos University Teaching HospitalSaharaReporters.comall 2 news articles »

Mass. Flu Season Peaking, Dominant Strain Poses Added Risk For Elderly - WBUR;

Mass. Flu Season Peaking, Dominant Strain Poses Added Risk For Elderly - WBUR

WBURMass. Flu Season Peaking, Dominant Strain Poses Added Risk For ElderlyWBURMassachusetts health officials say cases of the flu appear to be hitting their annual peak right around now — and the dominant strain tends to cause severe illness that poses a particular risk for people over 65. "We're probably in the middle of the ...FT Health: Welcome to our new newsletterFinancial TimesInfluenza season is peaking locally and nationallyKIMT 3Flu returns in full force to the BorderlandKFOX El PasoToledo Blade -Baltimore Sun -Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3 -KXXV News Channel 25all 34 news articles »

Can YOU match the correct names to these faces? People identify strangers with amazing accuracy - Daily Mail;

Can YOU match the correct names to these faces? People identify strangers with amazing accuracy - Daily Mail

Daily MailCan YOU match the correct names to these faces? People identify strangers with amazing accuracyDaily MailMost of us can guess the name of a stranger with up to 40 per cent accuracy, a study has found. This is because people grow to look more like their name, subconsciously changing their hairstyles, putting on weight, smiling or frowning. For example ...New research links first names to physical appearances and cultural stereotypesNEWS.com.auDo we look like our names? New research says yesEurekAlert (press release)REVEALED: What name you give your baby will CHANGE how it looks, say boffinsDaily StarMedical Daily -The Australian -International Business Times UK -Evening Standardall 20 news articles »

The HeartGift Organization: A Noble Vision in Progress - Huffington Post;

The HeartGift Organization: A Noble Vision in Progress - Huffington Post

Huffington PostThe HeartGift Organization: A Noble Vision in ProgressHuffington PostIt is an unfathomable tragedy when an innocent child dies, especially when such a death occurs simply because specialized medical care is not available, accessible or affordable in the child's native country. In particular, Congenital Heart Defects ...More facts, mythologies on congenital heart defects in childrenGuardianall 2 news articles »

Children in day care may be more stressed — STUDY - Vanguard;

Children in day care may be more stressed — STUDY - Vanguard

VanguardChildren in day care may be more stressed — STUDYVanguardNorwegian researchers measured the stress hormone cortisol in 112 toddlers from 85 different childcare centres in six municipalities, approximately five months after they started attending. Children with the longest childcare days (8-9 hours) showed ...Why Your Kids Become Stressed After 8 Hours In Childcare, BabysittersLatinos HealthChildren who spend too long in childcare suffer from stressWest - Welfare Society Territoryall 5 news articles »

New AIDS Vaccine 'Cures' Five Patients, Report Claims - Information Nigeria;

New AIDS Vaccine 'Cures' Five Patients, Report Claims - Information Nigeria

Information NigeriaNew AIDS Vaccine 'Cures' Five Patients, Report ClaimsInformation NigeriaThree weeks after Prof. Maduike Ezeibe of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Abia State claimed to have discovered a cure for Human Immuno-deficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS), Spanish scientists over the weekend ...Report: HIV Vaccine Therapy Control Virus Without Daily DrugsLatin PostRay of hope for fresh method to beat HIVTimes LIVEHIV Effective Vaccine: 5 HIV-Positive Patients Became Virus-Free For 7 Months Without Taking Antiretroviral DrugsLatinos HealthBelfast Telegraph -Times of India -Salt Lake Tribune -attitude.co.ukall 64 news articles »