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This cutting-edge bandage could make flu shots a thing of the past - Los Angeles Times;

This cutting-edge bandage could make flu shots a thing of the past - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesThis cutting-edge bandage could make flu shots a thing of the pastLos Angeles TimesA researcher applies a microneedle vaccine patch to a study participant. Some volunteers applied the patches themselves. Either way, they did the job of a traditional flu shot. (Rob Felt, Georgia Tech). By Karen KaplanContact Reporter · Medical ...Painless patch could replace flu jab: StudyChannel NewsAsiaSkin patch may be the future of flu vaccines, study suggestsCNNDissolvable patch offers radical pain-free alternative to flu injection, study findsThe GuardianNBCNews.com -CBS News -National Institutes of Health (press release) -Telegraph.co.ukall 46 news articles »

Charlie Gard's parents 'hope to use donations to set up charity' - BBC News;

Charlie Gard's parents 'hope to use donations to set up charity' - BBC News

BBC NewsCharlie Gard's parents 'hope to use donations to set up charity'BBC NewsThe mother of Charlie Gard has suggested £1.3m donated by the public for her son to undergo experimental therapy will instead go to charity. Judges at the European Court of Human Rights have rejected Charlie's parents' plea to intervene in his case.Charlie Gard doctors say there's "no rush" to turn off tots life support as wellwishers continue to donateMirror.co.ukEuropean court refuses to intervene over sick British babyThe Japan TimesFundraising continues after Charlie's parents lose legal bid for treatment in USBT.comMarilyn Stowe Blog -Newser -Yahoo7 News -ITV Newsall 69 news articles »

Move over, yogurt: Probiotic beer is NUS researchers' new creation - TODAYonline;

Move over, yogurt: Probiotic beer is NUS researchers' new creation - TODAYonline

TODAYonlineMove over, yogurt: Probiotic beer is NUS researchers' new creationTODAYonlineMs Alcine Chan's beer has attracted the interest of one Japanese brewery, and she and her final-year project supervisor have filed for a patent to protect its recipe. Photo: Syed Ebrahim/TODAY. View all 0 comments. mail ...NUS creates beer good for your gutThe Straits TimesNUS researchers create novel probiotic beer that boosts immunity and improves gut healthEurekAlert (press release)National University of Singapore student creates new sour beer that's actually good for youCoconutsThe Drinks Business -Daily Mailall 6 news articles »

Nearly one in two Chinese have diabetes or are likely to get it, making country's epidemic the world's biggest - South China Morning Post;

Nearly one in two Chinese have diabetes or are likely to get it, making country's epidemic the world's biggest - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostNearly one in two Chinese have diabetes or are likely to get it, making country's epidemic the world's biggestSouth China Morning PostChina is facing the largest diabetes epidemic in the world, with around 11 per cent of its population suffering from the metabolic illness and nearly 36 per cent pre-diabetic, according to a US study. Lifestyle. Get updates direct to your inbox. E-mail *.China facing largest diabetes epidemic in the world: StudyChannel NewsAsiaEstimated Prevalence of Diabetes 10.9 Percent in ChinaDoctors Loungeall 5 news articles »

Yoga not as safe as thought: Study - Times of India;

Yoga not as safe as thought: Study - Times of India

Times of IndiaYoga not as safe as thought: StudyTimes of IndiaMELBOURNE: Yoga may not be as safe as popularly believed, say scientists who have found that the ancient Indian meditative practice may causes muscle and bone pain and even exacerbate existing injuries. The findings, published in the Journal of ...Yoga risky? Study reveals whyDeccan ChronicleYoga for pain relief? It can actually worsen existing injuriesZee NewsYoga for pain relief: study says yoga could increase pain and worsen your injuryTheHealthSiteIndia TV -Hindustan Times -NEWS.com.au -News Nationall 14 news articles »

Well-known cancer surgeon gets 8-month suspension for professional misconduct - TODAYonline;

Well-known cancer surgeon gets 8-month suspension for professional misconduct - TODAYonline

The Straits TimesWell-known cancer surgeon gets 8-month suspension for professional misconductTODAYonlineSINGAPORE — Prominent cancer surgeon Ang Peng Tiam's punishment for giving a former patient suffering from Stage 2B lung cancer false hope about her disease has been upped to an eight-month suspension. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads.Timeline of interaction between Dr Ang Peng Tiam and the patientThe Straits TimesProminent oncologist Ang Peng Tiam suspended for professional misconductChannel NewsAsiaHot stock: TalkMed tumbles 17.5% on CEO's eight-month suspensionTHE BUSINESS TIMESThe Edge Markets MYall 8 news articles »

Deadly diet: Thai doctors battle cancer-causing fish dish - Channel NewsAsia;

Deadly diet: Thai doctors battle cancer-causing fish dish - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaDeadly diet: Thai doctors battle cancer-causing fish dishChannel NewsAsiaMillions of Thais across the rural northeast eat koi pla -- a local dish made of raw fish ground with spices and lime. The pungent meal is quick, cheap and tasty, but it is also a favourite feast for parasites that can cause a lethal liver cancer ...Thai doctor fights against carcinogenic raw fish dish that killed his parentsThe GuardianThai doctors battle cancer-causing raw fish dish in country's northeastSouth China Morning PostThai Fish Dish Known To Cause Cancer, Find Out What Other Foods You Should Stay Away Frommalaysiandigest.comall 5 news articles »

Mpumalanga chickens' vendors not happy with ban of sale of live chickens - Citizen;

Mpumalanga chickens' vendors not happy with ban of sale of live chickens - Citizen

CitizenMpumalanga chickens' vendors not happy with ban of sale of live chickensCitizenLive chickens were on sale on the side of the road at KwaMhlanga crossroads in Mpumalanga but their seller sat a bit far from them. PHOTO: ANA. The ban was announced on Monday, after cases of bird flu were confirmed in Mpumalanga and the Free State.No need to panic over bird flu, says vetEyewitness NewsAll you need to know about bird fluMpumalanga NewsZimbabwe and Namibia Ban SA PoultryThePoultrySite.comIndependent Online -East Coast Radio -Times LIVE -News24all 57 news articles »

Razor sharp knives and meat cleavers used as a new form of massage - East Coast Radio;

Razor sharp knives and meat cleavers used as a new form of massage - East Coast Radio

East Coast RadioRazor sharp knives and meat cleavers used as a new form of massageEast Coast RadioMost people go to spas for full body massages and facials as a form of therapy. Some get their therapy through shopping, which is also known as 'retail therapy'. Read: Keri's Wellness Wednesday: Wet sock therapy for colds and flu. According to Daily ...Need a massage? Meat cleavers used to 'chop' your aches awayAsiaOneKnife massage is the new health craze in TaiwanEmirates 24|7Are you willing to have your face massaged by a few meat cleavers?Jacaranda FMall 4 news articles »

Researchers Find Mould Toxins Can Easily Become Airborne Indoors - ScienceAlert;

Researchers Find Mould Toxins Can Easily Become Airborne Indoors - ScienceAlert

ScienceAlertResearchers Find Mould Toxins Can Easily Become Airborne IndoorsScienceAlertAs if a sensitivity to their spores wasn't enough of a problem for some people, new research has found the toxins produced by mould sprouting in the damp corners of your house can also become airborne. The discovery could help explain what is referred ...Fungal toxins in the home can easily become airborne and be inhaled, says studyYahoo NewsWallpaper Breeds Sick Building Toxins: StudyNewsmaxWallpaper may be breeding ground for dangerous toxinsGephardt DailyIndiatimes.com -Economic Times -The Independent -NBCNews.comall 26 news articles »

Epilepsy Drug May Help Restore Normal Brain Activity In Alzheimer's Disease Patients - Tech Times;

Epilepsy Drug May Help Restore Normal Brain Activity In Alzheimer's Disease Patients - Tech Times

Tech TimesEpilepsy Drug May Help Restore Normal Brain Activity In Alzheimer's Disease PatientsTech TimesAlzheimer's disease patients may benefit from using epilepsy drugs. The treatment was found to have effect on the brain activity of patients with mild form of the progressive brain disorder. ( Pixabay ). Researchers of a new study has tested an ...Could this anti-epilepsy drug treat Alzheimer's disease?Deccan ChronicleAlzheimer's Disease: Anti-Epilepsy Drug Might Restore Brain Activity In Mild CasesThe InquisitrScientists scaring half the population of the Earth with a terrible diseasewww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)all 4 news articles »

Hair dyes may be linked to increased breast cancer risk, study shows - WSPA.com;

Hair dyes may be linked to increased breast cancer risk, study shows - WSPA.com

WSPA.comHair dyes may be linked to increased breast cancer risk, study showsWSPA.comRALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Breast cancer is the second most common cancer worldwide, and the most common in women. In the United States, breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women, after skin cancer. Now, new research finds evidence ...'Breast Cancer Genes': How Much Do They Increase Cancer Risk?Yahoo HealthStudy provides more accurate estimates of genetic breast, ovarian cancer riskNews8000.com - WKBTAspirin Use May Lower Breast Cancer Risk in Women with DiabetesOncology Nurse AdvisorThe Express Tribune -www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)all 8 news articles »

To Father A Geekier Son, Maybe Wait Until You Are Older, Study Suggests - Forbes;

To Father A Geekier Son, Maybe Wait Until You Are Older, Study Suggests - Forbes

ForbesTo Father A Geekier Son, Maybe Wait Until You Are Older, Study SuggestsForbesWant a geek for a son? Wait for it...wait for it... No, this isn't another dramatic lead into a punchline from Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris's character on the television show How I Met Your Mother). In this case, the punchline is that older ...Why children of older fathers are smarter, more successfulTimes of IndiaOlder Dads May Produce 'Geekier' SonsNewsBlaze (registration) (blog)Older men have geekier, smarter sons: StudyThe Straits TimesNewserall 5 news articles »

Vitamin D Supplement Excess Results In Serious Health Risks: Symptoms & Intake Control - Science Times;

Vitamin D Supplement Excess Results In Serious Health Risks: Symptoms & Intake Control - Science Times

Science TimesVitamin D Supplement Excess Results In Serious Health Risks: Symptoms & Intake ControlScience Times(Photo : Joe Raedle/Getty Images) The best source of Vitamin D is exposure to sunshine. The body produces vitamin D with moderate exposure to the rays of the sun. Over dosage of Vitamin D can lead to several diseases that could severely damage the ...What is the best way to get vitamin D?The New TimesExcess of this vitamin is deadly for healthwww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)all 3 news articles »

Skin Cancer Facts: How To Protect Your Skin From Sun This Summer - International Business Times;

Skin Cancer Facts: How To Protect Your Skin From Sun This Summer - International Business Times

International Business TimesSkin Cancer Facts: How To Protect Your Skin From Sun This SummerInternational Business TimesSkin cancer, a common and locally destructive cancerous (malignant) growth of the skin, is often caused due to ultraviolet (UV) light exposure among other reasons such as exposure to ionizing radiation and severe sunburns. During the summer time, many ...12 sneaky ways you can get sunburned WHILE wearing sunscreencosmopolitan.com (UK)all 29 news articles »

The horrors of Yemen's spiralling cholera crisis - BBC News;

The horrors of Yemen's spiralling cholera crisis - BBC News

BBC NewsThe horrors of Yemen's spiralling cholera crisisBBC NewsChildren dying in hospital hallways. Four sick people crammed into one bed. Patients connected to intravenous drips while sitting in their cars because the hospital is over capacity. Welcome to the Yemeni healthcare system in 2017. The bizarre and ...Yemen cholera outbreak now 'worst in the world'Sky NewsYemen Now Faces 'The Worst Cholera Outbreak In The World,' UN SaysNPRMore than 200000 cholera cases in YemenThe AustralianBBC News -Aljazeera.com -Manila Bulletin -UN News Centreall 81 news articles »

Why Medical Groups Hate the GOP Health Care Plans - 41 NBC News;

Why Medical Groups Hate the GOP Health Care Plans - 41 NBC News

41 NBC NewsWhy Medical Groups Hate the GOP Health Care Plans41 NBC NewsGroups representing pediatricians, cancer specialists, heart doctors and family physicians all agree: Both the House and the Senate offerings for fixing health care in the U.S. would make things worse, not better. Within hours of its release, groups ...Major medical groups call for rejection of Senate health billCBS NewsHealth Care Bill Could Boot People With Addiction Out of TreatmentTIME'The Daily': The Senate's Health Care Bill, UnveiledNew York TimesWIRED -Newsmax -The Commercial Appeal -Medical Device and Diagnostics Industry (blog)all 6,899 news articles »

X-ray machine for tough conditions - The Straits Times;

X-ray machine for tough conditions - The Straits Times

The HinduX-ray machine for tough conditionsThe Straits TimesA girl needs a stool to have her X-ray taken because a power cut means the machine could not be adjusted. With Pristem's machine (below), a generator ensures it can work for a few hours in a power cut.PHOTOS: SYLVAIN LIECHTI, ALAIN HERZOG/EPFL.Swiss entrepreneur set to bring cheaper X-rays to AfricaThe Hinduall 2 news articles »

Free cervical cancer screening - and total support for patients - The Straits Times;

Free cervical cancer screening - and total support for patients - The Straits Times

The HinduFree cervical cancer screening - and total support for patientsThe Straits TimesPOLAND • At the age of 30, Ms Ida Karpinska received the news that she had cervical cancer. Luckily, thanks to her regular cervical screening visits, the cancer was detected at an early stage and she was able to overcome the disease. This experience ...A 2-minute test staves of cervical cancerThe Hinduall 2 news articles »