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Patients suffer as stray dogs amass in Gujranwala's civil hospital - DunyaNews Pakistan;

Patients suffer as stray dogs amass in Gujranwala's civil hospital - DunyaNews Pakistan

DunyaNews PakistanPatients suffer as stray dogs amass in Gujranwala's civil hospitalDunyaNews PakistanGUJRANWALA (Dunya News) – Authorities of civil hospital in Gujranwala seemed helpless in front of the increasing number of stray dogs in the premises. Patients in the only government hospital of the city are in agony not only due to the shortage of ...Stray dogs roam freely in Gujranwala's Civil HospitalThe Nationall 2 news articles »

Apple Accounts for Nearly 1/3 of Holiday Smartphone Sales in US - Top Tech News;

Apple Accounts for Nearly 1/3 of Holiday Smartphone Sales in US - Top Tech News

Top Tech NewsApple Accounts for Nearly 1/3 of Holiday Smartphone Sales in USTop Tech NewsA next step for smart watches and fitness trackers? Wearable gadgets gave a Stanford University professor an early warning that he was getting sick before he ever felt any symptoms of Lyme disease. Geneticist Michael Snyder never had Lyme's ...Smartwatches know you're getting a cold days before you feel illPakistan Observerall 3 news articles »

Prostate biopsies could be avoidable with MRIs: study - The Japan Times;

Prostate biopsies could be avoidable with MRIs: study - The Japan Times

Telegraph.co.ukProstate biopsies could be avoidable with MRIs: studyThe Japan TimesPARIS – A quarter of men suspected of having prostate cancer could avoid invasive and potentially dangerous biopsies with the help of MRI scans, researchers reported Friday. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could also reduce the number of men ...'Huge leap' in prostate cancer testingBBC NewsGive early scans to cut prostate cancer deathsDaily MailMRI scans are sparing men painful prostate cancer investigationsWAtodayHuffington Post UK -RTE.ie -The Guardian -Telegraph.co.ukall 30 news articles »

Prolonged work-related stress may cause cancer in men - Economic Times;

Prolonged work-related stress may cause cancer in men - Economic Times

Economic TimesProlonged work-related stress may cause cancer in menEconomic TimesTORONTO: For men, prolonged exposure to work-related stress has been linked to an increased likelihood of lung, colon, rectal and stomach cancer and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a new study has warned. Researchers, including those from Universite de ...Work-related stress can cause cancerDaily TimesCan stress cause cancer? One new study says it canAOL UKall 2 news articles »

PACP trains doctors, nurses on HIV/AIDS case detection - Daily Times;

PACP trains doctors, nurses on HIV/AIDS case detection - Daily Times

The Express TribunePACP trains doctors, nurses on HIV/AIDS case detectionDaily TimesLAHORE: The Punjab AIDS Control Programme (PACP) on Thursday organised a training session for medical officers and paramedical staff on HIV/AIDS case detection, treatment and counselling at the District Headquarters Hospital Nankana Sahib.Training of medical staff on AIDS cases detectionPakistan ObserverTreating disease: HIV/AIDS training session for doctors heldThe Express Tribuneall 3 news articles »

29 people have died from flu so far this winter - Irish Examiner;

29 people have died from flu so far this winter - Irish Examiner

CBC.ca29 people have died from flu so far this winterIrish ExaminerThe flu death toll so far this winter is 29, and 90% of those victims are aged 65 or over. HSE assistant national director of public health, Kevin Kelleher, said there has been a decline in the rate of infection, but it is too early to say the outbreak ...Flu shot didn't work? Maybe you had 'winter vomiting bug'CBC.ca29 Irish people left dead from killer flu as 835 hospitalisedIrish MirrorFlu deaths rise heading into peak seasonWRAL.comBuffalo News -ABC10.com -Camarillo Acorn -Lima Ohioall 69 news articles »

Indian surrogate mothers grab last chance to make babies ahead of impending ban - DAWN.com;

Indian surrogate mothers grab last chance to make babies ahead of impending ban - DAWN.com

DAWN.comIndian surrogate mothers grab last chance to make babies ahead of impending banDAWN.comMUMBAI: Inside a bungalow in a plush residential area of Gurugram, on the outskirts of New Delhi, a group of women in different stages of pregnancy share the hope their babies will be delivered safely — or risk losing the chance of big money, forever.and more »

Anti-polio drive to be launched in Khyber on Monday - DAWN.com;

Anti-polio drive to be launched in Khyber on Monday - DAWN.com

Daily TimesAnti-polio drive to be launched in Khyber on MondayDAWN.comLANDI KOTAL: Authorities in Khyber Agency have decided to launch the three days anti-polio campaign from January 23 after the vaccine administered during the previous drive were tested negative by National Control Laboratory for Biologicals in ...No stone will be left unturned to keep capital polio-free: senatorDaily TimesExtra efforts needed to keep Islamabad polio-freeThe News InternationalOver 31.8m children inoculatedThe Express Tribuneall 5 news articles »

Muslim physicians open free healthcare clinic in Florida - Saudi Gazette;

Muslim physicians open free healthcare clinic in Florida - Saudi Gazette

Saudi GazetteMuslim physicians open free healthcare clinic in FloridaSaudi GazetteA group of physicians and leaders in the Muslim community in Central Florida opened a healthcare clinic that will serve the poor and those who do not have health insurance, for people of all backgrounds, free of charge. The new facility is called the ...Countering Islamophobia, Muslim Americans open free clinic for allThe News International#BeTheChange: Free health clinic by a religious minority for allWIONall 3 news articles »

Why Spicy Food Might Help You Live Longer, According To Science - Bustle;

Why Spicy Food Might Help You Live Longer, According To Science - Bustle

BustleWhy Spicy Food Might Help You Live Longer, According To ScienceBustleDishes so spicy they leave you with a scorched throat and tongue of fire are either a gift from the food gods or a culinary curse, depending on your point of view. But for those of us who love the burn, news that spicy food might help you live longer ...Hot peppers could add years to your life, according to a studyWWL First NewsChili Peppers Could Help You Live Longer: StudyNewsmaxHere's some good news for spicy food loversKhaleej TimesThe Sydney Morning Herald -NHS Choices -Canada News -Medical Dailyall 140 news articles »

A Drug-Resistant Superbug May Be Stealthily Spreading - The Scientist;

A Drug-Resistant Superbug May Be Stealthily Spreading - The Scientist

The ScientistA Drug-Resistant Superbug May Be Stealthily SpreadingThe ScientistPerson-to-person transmission of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae in US hospitals may be occurring without symptoms, a new study suggests. By Diana Kwon | January 18, 2017. CRE (right) can grow in the presence of antibiotics CDC.A Superbug That Resisted 26 AntiobioticsWUNCDrug-resistant superbug may be more widespread than previously knownQ13 FOXStudy: CRE could be spreading more widely than we thinkCIDRAPScienceAlert -Latinos Health -Ars Technica UK -Outbreak News Todayall 62 news articles »

Asthma may be misdiagnosed in many adults - Fox News;

Asthma may be misdiagnosed in many adults - Fox News

Fox NewsAsthma may be misdiagnosed in many adultsFox NewsAs many as one in three adults diagnosed with asthma may not actually have the chronic lung disorder, a Canadian study suggests. Researchers did lung function tests on 613 adults who had been diagnosed with asthma within the past five years.One-third diagnosed with asthma do not have condition, study showsIrish TimesOne in three asthma cases misdiagnosedTV3.ieA third of asthma patients are misdiagnosed, study findsMedical News TodayTimes of India -India Today -OnMedica -Vancouver Sunall 39 news articles »

Don't Panic Over That Sophie the Giraffe Mold - NBCNews.com;

Don't Panic Over That Sophie the Giraffe Mold - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comDon't Panic Over That Sophie the Giraffe MoldNBCNews.comAn article published this week by Good Housekeeping shared reports (and gnarly pictures) from parents of discoveries of mold inside the popular teething toy. Goodbye Sophie, too scared to cut into our one for fear of what's inside! https://t.co/Q417DQBJMr.Sophie the Giraffe: Is mold reason to worry?CNNSophie the Giraffe: How safe is it?BBC NewsParents report mold inside Sophie the Giraffe teething toyWILX-TVUSA TODAY -fox2now.com -Stuff.co.nz -SELFall 109 news articles »

As Madison man's death shows, eating disorders aren't limited to women - Journal Times;

As Madison man's death shows, eating disorders aren't limited to women - Journal Times

Journal TimesAs Madison man's death shows, eating disorders aren't limited to womenJournal TimesBecky and David Briles, retired teachers from the Madison School District, are hoping to raise awareness of anorexia and other eating disorders in men after their son Max died in October at age 26 at least in part from anorexia. Anorexia. AMBER ARNOLD ...Like many older women, I have an eating disorder. Time to remove the stigmaThe GuardianNew Research Into Eating Disorders Shows What We Already Know - This Is Not Just A Young Women's IssueHuffington Post UKI didn't believe I had an eating disorder. But the threat of forced feeding saved my lifeSTATDaily Mail -Daily Times -talkRADIO (press release) -Telegraph.co.ukall 54 news articles »

Bees are Australia's' most dangerous creature - Daily Mail;

Bees are Australia's' most dangerous creature - Daily Mail

Daily MailBees are Australia's' most dangerous creatureDaily MailResearchers have found that Australia's bees are the biggest public health threat - before snakes, spiders or even jellyfish. Dr Ronelle Welton, a public health expert at the University of Melbourne's Department of Pharmacology, led the study that ...Bees pose biggest public health threat in Australia, research showsNews-Medical.netBees are deadlier in South Australia: highest rate of death and hospitalisation in the countryABC OnlineIn Australia, bees and wasps are more dangerous than spiders and snakesScienceAlertBBC News -Geo News, Pakistan -Yahoo News -Sky Newsall 16 news articles »

Monkeys on diets are healthier, but their longevity is still up for debate - The Verge;

Monkeys on diets are healthier, but their longevity is still up for debate - The Verge

Bioscience TechnologyMonkeys on diets are healthier, but their longevity is still up for debateThe VergePutting monkeys on a diet delays the health problems of old age, new science says. But whether it makes them live longer is still open for debate. These findings in our close evolutionary relatives could help us better understand our own aging process ...Is this really the final word on whether calorie-restricted diets make you live longer?The Conversation UKCut calories by a fifth to reduce your chance of cancerDaily MailCaloric restriction increases monkey lifespan, benefits healthNew AtlasGizmodo Australia -Hindustan Times -Cosmos -U.S. News & World Reportall 19 news articles »

Can colic really be cured by acupuncture? - NHS Choices;

Can colic really be cured by acupuncture? - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesCan colic really be cured by acupuncture?NHS Choices"Is sticking needles in babies really the best way to ease distress from colic?" the Daily Mail asks. The question was prompted by a study that looked at whether acupuncture can help with colic in babies. Colic is a common yet poorly understood ...Acupuncture may alleviate colic in infants, study suggestsNursing TimesAcupuncture On Baby Colic: Is It Effective, Safe?Counsel & HealAcupuncture may help calm babies who cry excessivelyHindustan TimesCNN -Helena Independent Record -BBC News -Fox Newsall 37 news articles »

Caffeine may be able to block inflammation, new research says - The Verge;

Caffeine may be able to block inflammation, new research says - The Verge

TIMECaffeine may be able to block inflammation, new research saysThe VergeCaffeine may be able to tamp down the inflammation that worsens with age, according to a study that investigated caffeine's effects on immune cells. It's a correlational study, but it's one that dives into how caffeine could be affecting the immune system.Caffeine may counter age-related inflammationStanford Medical Center ReportCan Coffee Perk Up Heart Health, Too?U.S. News & World ReportCup of Joe Could Fight Age-Related InflammationLive ScienceCBS Local -International Business Times UK -Newsmax -Medical News Todayall 61 news articles »