Posted in General Interest news

Progress in Treating Burn Injuries

Many people suffer serious burn injuries that not only cause disfigurement, damage organs, cause extensive scarring and are difficult to heal as well These injuries…

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Posted in General Interest Medication news

Could the Drugs You Take Actually Make You More Infectious and Increase the Spread of Disease?

A large number of illnesses are extremely infectious as they are caused by viruses; even some bacterial infections can spread rapidly. This has often led…

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Posted in New Technology news

Genetic Retinal Diseases Benefit from New Trials

Retinal problems affect over 100,000 people in the U.S. annually according to the American Foundation for the Blind and other organizations and over 10,000,000 people…

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Are You Taking Too Much Acetaminophen?

Acetaminophen, also popular as the brand Tylenol and as paracetamol in many countries, is commonly prescribed by healthcare professionals as a pain killer and anti-pyretic…

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Posted in General Interest Healthy Lifestyle Medication

The Latest Findings on High Blood Pressure

Millions of people suffer from high blood pressure or hypertension according to WHO and most of them have to take medicines to control their blood…

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Two Blood Tests That May Be Able To Predict Heart Attack Risk

While people who have certain lifestyle diseases or genetic factors that predispose them to heart attacks or heart disease may have inkling that there is…

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Posted in Diabetes New Drugs

Farxiga – A New Drug for Diabetes

As diabetes affects millions of people worldwide and the disease has no cure but can only be managed and treated, there is constant ongoing research…

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Posted in Brain and the Mind General Interest

Important Facts You Should Know About Stroke

Suffering from a stroke can easily be a life-changing experience, if it is not fatal. Even a mild, transient ischemic stroke (TIA) can cause problems….

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