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San Joaquin County Public Health Services marks World Tuberculosis Day - Lodi News-Sentinel;

San Joaquin County Public Health Services marks World Tuberculosis Day - Lodi News-Sentinel

Nigeria TodaySan Joaquin County Public Health Services marks World Tuberculosis DayLodi News-SentinelSTOCKTON — Tuberculosis was well-known in the 19th century. With nicknames like “the consumption” and “the white plague,” by the end of the 1800s, anywhere from 70 to 90 percent of the urban U.S. population was estimated to have latent or active ...Durham health department investigated 19 cases of tuberculosis in 2016durhamregion.comWorld Tuberculosis DayLeadership NewspapersPublic asked to help fight TBSolomon StarThe Nation -CHANNELS TELEVISION -Ghana News Agencyall 7 news articles »

Scientists Have Turned Spinach Into Beating Human Heart Tissue - ScienceAlert;

Scientists Have Turned Spinach Into Beating Human Heart Tissue - ScienceAlert

ScienceAlertScientists Have Turned Spinach Into Beating Human Heart TissueScienceAlertResearchers have successfully used spinach leaves to build functioning human heart tissue, complete with veins that can transport blood. To tackle a chronic shortage of donor organs, scientists have been working on growing various tissues and even ...Scientists turn spinach leaves into beating heart tissueAsiaOneHealth: Researchers grow heart tissue on spinach leavesWWLTV.comScientists Demonstrate Method Of Turning Spinach Leaves Into Human Heart TissueGizmodo AustraliaThe Olympian -Immortal News -AskMen -Pulse Headlinesall 28 news articles »

Two hospitals face action for 'playing with patients lives' - DAWN.com;

Two hospitals face action for 'playing with patients lives' - DAWN.com

The News InternationalTwo hospitals face action for 'playing with patients lives'DAWN.comLAHORE: The Punjab Healthcare Commission (PHC) has stopped two hospitals from functioning and imposed a fine of Rs0.6 million for negligence in treating patients while sending cases of two doctors to the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council for ...Two hospitals in Lahore stopped from workingThe News InternationalPHC bars two private hospitals from working, imposes Rs0.6m finePakistan Observerall 3 news articles »

14 medical stores sealed last month - The Nation;

14 medical stores sealed last month - The Nation

The Express Tribune14 medical stores sealed last monthThe NationBAHAWALPUR - Fourteen medical stores and clinics were sealed and samples sent to the laboratories for test during a crackdown conducted on the dealers of fake and substandard medicines last month. The dealers of fake and substandard medicines are ...Crackdown against spurious drugs continuesThe Express Tribuneall 2 news articles »

Bone marrow centre to be functional in two months in Lahore - The News International;

Bone marrow centre to be functional in two months in Lahore - The News International

The News InternationalBone marrow centre to be functional in two months in LahoreThe News InternationalLAHORE: On the directions of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, the first public sector bone marrow transplantation centre has been established in Children Hospital, Lahore, at a cost of Rs 260 million. “Installation of medical equipment is underway and ...First public sector bone marrow transplantation center establishedPakistan TodayFirst public-sector bone marrow transplantation centre set up in LahoreGeo News, Pakistanall 4 news articles »

'One TB patient can transfer disease to 16 people' - The News International;

'One TB patient can transfer disease to 16 people' - The News International

The News International'One TB patient can transfer disease to 16 people'The News InternationalTuberculosis is curable now and timely diagnosis and complete medication can ward off the disease. It is a contagious disease and can be transferred from one person to others easily. It can be diagnosed at TB centres everywhere in Pakistan and the ...'Bedaquiline' to cut TB treatment timeFree Press Journalall 3 news articles »

Highly religious people and atheists are least fearful of death - Daily Times;

Highly religious people and atheists are least fearful of death - Daily Times

Daily TimesHighly religious people and atheists are least fearful of deathDaily TimesBut, how much do you fear death? Scientists say that if you are a highly-religious person, then death is probably the last thing you are afraid of. Highly religious people and atheists are least fearful of death. By: Daily Times Monitor. 27-Mar-17. 801 ...Death Unites Them: Atheists And Highly Religious People Are Least Scared Of DyingIndiatimes.comHighly Religious People And Atheists Are Least Afraid Of Death, Study FindsI4U NewsAtheists, highly religious people least afraid of death: studyBusiness StandardDaily Mail -Cherwell Online -Daily Caller -NewsPatrolling (press release) (blog)all 16 news articles »

Unemployment does not explain Le Pen's appeal to young - Financial Times

Unemployment does not explain Le Pen's appeal to youngFinancial TimesSir, You report that almost 40 per cent of French people aged 18-24 now support Marine Le Pen for president (“Economic frustration drives young French voters to Le Pen”, March 18). Apparently you link this with unemployment in that age group, reporting ...Effect of unemploymentPakistan Observerall 2 news articles »

Israel falls behind in the war against smoking, says expert - Jerusalem Post Israel News;

Israel falls behind in the war against smoking, says expert - Jerusalem Post Israel News

Jerusalem Post Israel NewsIsrael falls behind in the war against smoking, says expertJerusalem Post Israel NewsOn sidelines of European antitobacco panel, the chairman of prevention council says country fails to implement WHO convention. cigarettes displayed at the open market. (photo credit:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST). Israel would not get ...Say no to smokingThe News InternationalCIGARETTES: Thousands of smokers doing THIS to dodge new fags banDaily Star​Find out everything you need to know about the smoking law changes which change on May 21Burton Mailall 4 news articles »

Purple Day: What it is and how it could help you save somebody's life - Irish Independent;

Purple Day: What it is and how it could help you save somebody's life - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentPurple Day: What it is and how it could help you save somebody's lifeIrish IndependentYou may know someone with this condition – here's how you can help them and others. While in the UK most's thoughts this March 26 are on Mother's Day, internationally, the day marks Purple Day each year. Purple Day asks people to wear purple to raise ...National Epilepsy Awareness Day shines a light on causes and treatmentsWKBN.comDulverton celebrates Purple Day in honour of Chrissie's miraculous seizure survivalDevon LiveEpilepsy Foundation of New England helps raise awareness at the Big Ewwlp.comMetro -Bay Net -SDE Entertainment News (satire) (press release) (blog) -LATF USAall 17 news articles »

ICRC 3: The Growing trend of violence perpetrated by patient relatives in Health-Care settings Why? - Pakistan Tribe;

ICRC 3: The Growing trend of violence perpetrated by patient relatives in Health-Care settings Why? - Pakistan Tribe

Pakistan TribeICRC 3: The Growing trend of violence perpetrated by patient relatives in Health-Care settings Why?Pakistan TribeViolence in hospitals, a serious global public health problem and leading cause of fatality, misery and designations, is one of the most complex, multifaceted and diverse, emerging occupational threats. It is ill-defined, underreported, understudied ...Primary Care Doctors Market 2017 Trends, Top Manufactures, Market Demands Segmentation and Major Players ...satPRnews (press release)all 3 news articles »

Dog inspires boy to accept his rare skin condition - The Southland Times;

Dog inspires boy to accept his rare skin condition - The Southland Times

The Southland TimesDog inspires boy to accept his rare skin conditionThe Southland TimesIt can be a long journey to acceptance when you're a child with a condition that makes you look different to everyone else. US boy Carter Blanchard used to tell his mum he hated his face and the way he looked, a result of a rare skin condition. But ...Little boy with rare skin disorder learns to love his appearance after finding dog who looks like himMirror.co.ukBoy with skin disorder finds best friend in dog with same conditionFox NewsThe 'cool' dog helping kids with vitiligo, and Singapore's selective dating appBBC NewsTIME -FOX 29 News Philadelphia -Invest Daily News: Market Research News by Market.Biz (press release) -Refinery29all 60 news articles »

Phone device tests male fertility with 98% accuracy, study shows - WCVB Boston;

Phone device tests male fertility with 98% accuracy, study shows - WCVB Boston

WCVB BostonPhone device tests male fertility with 98% accuracy, study showsWCVB BostonA new smartphone attachment can evaluate a man's semen and determine his level of fertility with up to 98% accuracy, a new study has showed. Advertisement. The new technology -- consisting of an external accessory in which sperm samples are inserted ...DIY fertility test: check your sperm quality with a smartphoneTimes LIVESmartphone app could allow men to test their fertility at homeThe GuardianScientists have developed the world's first mobile phone male fertility testMirror.co.ukNPR -Live Science -Yahoo News -Bloomington Pantagraphall 36 news articles »

Moot concludes with focus on human organ transplant - The News International;

Moot concludes with focus on human organ transplant - The News International

The News InternationalMoot concludes with focus on human organ transplantThe News InternationalThe two-day “International Kidney Transplant Congress” concluded at Shaikh Zayed Medical Complex, Lahore, on Wednesday. The congress was held by the Department of Urology and Kidney Transplantation, Shaikh Zayed Medical Complex, Lahore, ...Kidney moot endsThe NationOrgan Preservation Market to cross $262.06 Mn by 2022Talk Daily News'Can you give me the chance to watch my grandchildren grow up?'Press and JournalOffaly Express -WGCU News -Leinster Leader -Yahoo Financeall 10 news articles »

One more reason for broccoli being good for health - Daily Times;

One more reason for broccoli being good for health - Daily Times

Daily TimesOne more reason for broccoli being good for healthDaily TimesResearchers have found that sulforaphane, a dietary compound from broccoli that's known to help prevent prostate cancer, may work through its influence on long, non-coding RNAs, or lncRNAs. Among findings published in the Journal of Nutritional ...Medical News Today: How does broccoli help prevent cancer? Study sheds lightConcord Registerall 2 news articles »

The pill provides 'lifelong protection against some cancers' - NHS Choices;

The pill provides 'lifelong protection against some cancers' - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesThe pill provides 'lifelong protection against some cancers'NHS Choices"The pill can protect women from cancer for 30 years," is the front page headline in the Daily Mirror. The paper reports on a landmark study that followed more than 46,000 women in the UK for up to 44 years. The study found women who'd used the ...The Pill May Protect Against Some CancersWebMDContraceptive pill 'can cut some cancer risk by up to 30%'BBC NewsContraceptive Pill 'Protects Against Some Cancers'MedscapeTV3.ie -Telegraph.co.uk -Daily Star -Economic Timesall 32 news articles »

The Benefits of Being an Older Mother - TIME;

The Benefits of Being an Older Mother - TIME

TIMEThe Benefits of Being an Older MotherTIMEThe baby-making dictum is about as old as childbearing itself: Have your children while you're young; they're healthier, you're healthier, everyone's happier. Maybe, but a growing body of work is showing that while the dangers of later-life ...New study says older mothers have happier childrenYahoo7 BeOlder Mothers More Likely to Raise Happier ChildrenBeacon TranscriptOlder Mothers May Make Better Mothers, Say ResearchersYahoo HealthDaily Mail -PsychCentral.com -Immortal News -9Honeyall 18 news articles »

Global health treaty slows global tobacco use by 2.5%: WHO - Pakistan Today;

Global health treaty slows global tobacco use by 2.5%: WHO - Pakistan Today

Pakistan TodayGlobal health treaty slows global tobacco use by 2.5%: WHOPakistan TodayPARIS, FRANCE: Tobacco use fell by 2.5 percent worldwide a decade after the first global health treaty went into effect, World Health Organization researchers said Wednesday. Smoking rates declined most sharply when countries implemented several of the ...Tobacco treaty has helped cut smoking rates, but more work neededThe News InternationalNew health care law would lead to more smoking, disease and tobacco industry profitsseattlepi.comCanada's smoking rate falls slightly, down to 17.7 per cent in 2015: StatsCanNews1130ValueWalk -EurekAlert (press release) -MedPage Today -Washington Examinerall 31 news articles »

New Alzheimer's test can predict age when disease will appear - The Guardian;

New Alzheimer's test can predict age when disease will appear - The Guardian

The GuardianNew Alzheimer's test can predict age when disease will appearThe GuardianDiffusion Tensor MRIshowing a normal brain on the left and a brain probably affected by Alzheimer's disease on the right. Photograph: BSIP/UIG via Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on ...Genetic test can tell age a person is likely to develop Alzheimer'sTelegraph.co.ukNew test helps people predict when they may get Alzheimer's diseaseThe IndependentAsk the Doctors: Pneumonia often diagnosed in late-stage Alzheimer's patientsTulsa WorldDaily Mail -New Atlas -Deccan Chronicle -iAfrica.comall 61 news articles »

EpiPens recalled after after defect found - Warrnambool Standard;

EpiPens recalled after after defect found - Warrnambool Standard

Warrnambool StandardEpiPens recalled after after defect foundWarrnambool StandardConsumers and health professionals are advised that Alphapharm, in consultation with the TGA, is recalling four batches of EpiPen 300 microgram adrenaline injection syringe auto-injectors. EpiPens from affected batches can be returned to pharmacies for ...Recall for EpiPens after defect foundNEWS.com.auall 56 news articles »