Cows Quarantined to Stop Bird flu Spread, Experts Concerned over Human Infection

Fears of the fast spreading avian flu are causing farms in numerous states to quarantine their cows. Cattle imports from areas where the bird flu, generally known as H5N1, has...
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The Early Indications of Alzheimer’s Might be Seen Years Before other Symptoms: Experts

New research indicates that a person's navigational skills might serve as an early predictor of Alzheimer's disease, potentially years before the onset of other symptoms. Doctors caution that signs of...
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GenesisCare Widens its Cancer Services with $35 Million Centre on North Beaches

The first cancer center on the Northern Beaches to integrate radiation therapy and medical oncology services under one roof has been inaugurated today. GenesisCare has officially launched its new $35...
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Unsettling data indicates that among Americans 55 and older, STD Rates Soaring Sharply

The number of older Americans contracting STDs is "shockingly high." The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has released data that appears to show that STD rates are "skyrocketing" among older...
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3500 People Die due to Hepatitis Viruses: WHO Report

According to the paper, hepatitis infections cause 3,500 fatalities globally each day, with hepatitis B accounting for 83% of these deaths and hepatitis C for 17%. The World Health Organization...
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Younger Persons’ Cancer Risk Associated with Accelerated Ageing: Study Reveals

An intriguing finding that may provide insight into why some cancers are becoming more common in younger persons has been discovered by researchers: a link to rapid biological ageing. The...
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Indonesian Health Dept Issues Caution to Prevent Spread of Viral HFMD

Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) is an infectious illness commonly found in infants and children under 10 years old, caused by enteroviruses. While adults can also become infected, they...
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Measles Spreading Throughout Ireland as 14 further potential cases are Investigated and an eleventh patient Confirmed

One confirmed outbreak of measles has occurred locally, involving the transmission of the infection to four individuals, indicating that measles cases are not solely "imported" from abroad but have also...
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Regular Exercise Effective in Reducing Depression: Recent Meta-analysis

According to new research, several forms of exercise, such as walking, jogging, yoga, and strength training, are moderately beneficial in reducing depressive symptoms. This extensive review, which includes 218 studies...
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Understanding Borderline High Cholesterol, What Steps to be taken

Nearly 25 million adults in the United States are afflicted with high cholesterol, which increases their susceptibility to heart attacks or strokes within the next decade. However, a significantly larger...
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Bird Flu Observed to be Spreading to Dairy Cows in Several US states

Diseased dairy cows from Kansas and Texas have tested positive for avian influenza, federal officials reported. Investigations by federal and state veterinary and public health authorities are underway to address...
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Singapore Backs AI-based Clinical Trial Tool Development with S$50,000 Investment

A team of healthcare professionals has been awarded $50,000 to advance their concept for an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled tool designed to match cancer patients with relevant clinical trials. This recognition...
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Comprehending the Importance of Blood Donors in Supporting Paediatrics Save Young lives

Abbey, a paediatric care nurse, has firsthand experience with the benefits of blood donations for children in need. Learn how blood donors help her save lives every day. Abbey's nursing...
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Check, Identify and Eliminate the Breast Cancer in Early Stages Itself

Breast cancer breakthrough as scientists work out how to kill ‘hibernating’ tumour cells Scientists have made a breakthrough in breast cancer research by discovering how to eliminate 'hibernating' tumor cells....
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Kate Middleton’s Cancer Diagnosis Signals a Similar Situation, Experts Warn

Kate Middelton revealed a cancer diagnosis on March 22, saying it was discovered after a surgical procedure, which oncologists say is common. "In January, I underwent major abdominal surgery in...
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Bacteria From Mouth Linked to Increase in Colon Cancer: Research

New research reveals that a common germ found in the human mouth can migrate to colon tumors and potentially accelerate their growth. This discovery holds promise for advancing our understanding...
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Regional Victoria’s Community Paramedicine Trial Seeks to Alleviate Strain on Physicians

A member of a community paramedicine program in north-west Victoria praises the free clinic for offering optimal care bridging the gap between emergency departments and scheduled doctor appointments. According to...
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Scientists Successfully Remove HIV from Cells Offering New Hope for Cure

The University of Amsterdam presents early HIV research at a medical conference, emphasizing that it is a "proof of concept," not a cure. Researchers have taken a promising step toward...
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Intermittent Fasting Linked to High Risk of Cardiovascular Death: AHA Research

A research of nearly 20,000 adults found that those who followed an 8-hour time-restricted eating regimen, sometimes known as intermittent fasting, had a 91% higher chance of dying from cardiovascular...
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Danbury Mother Advocates for Early Tests, one of Rising Concern of Young People with Colon Cancer

Ana Costa acknowledged that she had not been considering colon cancer at the time she began to feel "a nagging, constant pain" in her stomach and lower back. “I was...
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Cows Quarantined to Stop Bird flu Spread, Experts Concerned over Human Infection

Cows Quarantined to Stop Bird flu Spread, Experts Concerned over Human Infection

The Early Indications of Alzheimer’s Might be Seen Years Before other Symptoms: Experts

The Early Indications of Alzheimer’s Might be Seen Years Before other Symptoms: Experts

GenesisCare Widens its Cancer Services with $35 Million Centre on North Beaches

GenesisCare Widens its Cancer Services with $35 Million Centre on North Beaches

Unsettling data indicates that among Americans 55 and older, STD Rates Soaring Sharply

Unsettling data indicates that among Americans 55 and older, STD Rates Soaring Sharply

3500 People Die due to Hepatitis Viruses: WHO Report

3500 People Die due to Hepatitis Viruses: WHO Report

Younger Persons’ Cancer Risk Associated with Accelerated Ageing: Study Reveals

Younger Persons’ Cancer Risk Associated with Accelerated Ageing: Study Reveals

Indonesian Health Dept Issues Caution to Prevent Spread of Viral HFMD

Indonesian Health Dept Issues Caution to Prevent Spread of Viral HFMD

Measles Spreading Throughout Ireland as 14 further potential cases are Investigated and an eleventh patient Confirmed

Measles Spreading Throughout Ireland as 14 further potential cases are Investigated and an eleventh patient Confirmed

Regular Exercise Effective in Reducing Depression: Recent Meta-analysis

Regular Exercise Effective in Reducing Depression: Recent Meta-analysis

Understanding Borderline High Cholesterol, What Steps to be taken

Understanding Borderline High Cholesterol, What Steps to be taken

Bird Flu Observed to be Spreading to Dairy Cows in Several US states

Bird Flu Observed to be Spreading to Dairy Cows in Several US states

Singapore Backs AI-based Clinical Trial Tool Development with S$50,000 Investment

Singapore Backs AI-based Clinical Trial Tool Development with S$50,000 Investment

Comprehending the Importance of Blood Donors in Supporting Paediatrics Save Young lives

Comprehending the Importance of Blood Donors in Supporting Paediatrics Save Young lives

Check, Identify and Eliminate the Breast Cancer in Early Stages Itself

Check, Identify and Eliminate the Breast Cancer in Early Stages Itself

Kate Middleton’s Cancer Diagnosis Signals a Similar Situation, Experts Warn

Kate Middleton’s Cancer Diagnosis Signals a Similar Situation, Experts Warn

Bacteria From Mouth Linked to Increase in Colon Cancer: Research

Bacteria From Mouth Linked to Increase in Colon Cancer: Research

Regional Victoria’s Community Paramedicine Trial Seeks to Alleviate Strain on Physicians

Regional Victoria’s Community Paramedicine Trial Seeks to Alleviate Strain on Physicians

Scientists Successfully Remove HIV from Cells Offering New Hope for Cure

Scientists Successfully Remove HIV from Cells Offering New Hope for Cure

Intermittent Fasting Linked to High Risk of Cardiovascular Death: AHA Research

Intermittent Fasting Linked to High Risk of Cardiovascular Death: AHA Research

Danbury Mother Advocates for Early Tests, one of Rising Concern of Young People with Colon Cancer

Danbury Mother Advocates for Early Tests, one of Rising Concern of Young People with Colon Cancer

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