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Daily tomato pill can reduce the risk of heart disease

Tue, 06/10/2014 - 14:05

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A day-by-day dosage of tomato ketchup could fundamentally enhance the working of veins in patients with coronary illness, research recommends.

The study states that an everyday tomato pill could ward off coronary illness as it binds one of the key profits of the Mediterranean diet.

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Web pharmacy’s licence suspended

Tue, 06/10/2014 - 13:51

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Ottawa has incidentally pulled the permit of one of Canada's biggest Internet drug stores after a review turned up huge concerns with the company's wholesale operations, however the choice has no bearing on the company's capacity to offer several diverse pills straightforwardly to patients over the Web.

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Men who keep a cell phone in trouser pockets can become infertile: Study

Tue, 06/10/2014 - 13:44

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Men who keep a cellular telephone in their trouser pocket could be coincidentally harming their possibilities of becoming a father, as indicated by a study.

Past exploration has recommended that Radio-recurrence electromagnetic radiation (RF-EMR) emitted by the gadgets can have a negative impact on male fertility.

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Southeast Asia attempts to fight flab

Tue, 06/10/2014 - 13:40

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Singapore's Sean Chin had a muscle to fat ratio of 24 percent seven years back. He is currently fit and lean with only 9 percent fat and as a fitness coach he works every day with customers at their homes to help them battle the fat.

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Life-saving surgery being denied to older patients

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 18:55

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Older lung disease patients are constantly denied life-sparing surgery, a philanthropy has said.  Those matured 75 or over who are generally healthy and whose disease has not spread are five times less inclined to be given life-amplifying surgery than more youthful patients, Macmillan Cancer Support said.

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Awareness on sun safety

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 18:49

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The Cincinnati Reds are joining Major League Baseball and every one of the 30 Clubs in by and by bringing issues to light of skin tumor this mid year through the Play Sun Smart activity, which went on all through the alliance on Sunday, June 8.

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$7.1 million raised by CHEO Telethon

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 18:43

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The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario has several reasons to thank many people.  The 31st yearly CHEO pledge drive raised $7,121,350.

President and CEO of the CHEO establishment, Kevin Keohane says the pledge drive is amazingly paramount.

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Tiny molecule to help tackle depression

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 18:41

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A study has found that a small molecule may give a marker to despondency and help discover people who are liable to react to stimulant medication.

Analysts at McGill University and the Douglas Institute in Canada found that levels of a little molecule, called mIR-1202, discovered just in people and in different primates are lower in the brains of depressed people.

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Analysts’ reactions to Apple’s Beats acquisition have been mixed

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 15:39

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Two weeks back, tech giant Apple announced its acquisition of headphone maker Beats Electronics in a $3 billion deal --- a move which has fetched mixed reactions from tech-industry experts and analysts.

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SoftBank unveils ‘Pepper’ --- the 'world's first robot with a heart'

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 15:34

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In a highly noteworthy move, Japanese mobile carrier SoftBank has marked its foray into the robotics business with the unveiling of a new robot dubbed 'Pepper.' The new humanoid-on-wheels introduced by SoftBank is a robot which can read human emotions and has been designed for companionship.

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Hungry men crave bigger women with larger breasts: research

Sun, 06/08/2014 - 17:30

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Men with empty stomach desire bigger, more curvilinear women with bigger breasts, but the opinion might change once they have satisfied their hunger, a new research suggests.

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Rare childhood disease medicines offer ray of hope

Sat, 06/07/2014 - 14:54

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Some Canadian kids with uncommon hereditary issue have profited from new medicines because of a countrywide research that bridles innovative developments.

The two-year study was called Finding of Rare Disease Genes in Canada or FORGE. An expected 75 per cent of uncommon maladies influence kids, with a gigantic impact on a family's prosperity.

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Sleep patterns of couples reflect wives’ fulfillment

Sat, 06/07/2014 - 14:51

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As per a small-scale new study, whether a few can synchronize slumber examples may be connected to a wife's fulfillment with the marriage.

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Bill Gates for skin-like condoms

Sat, 06/07/2014 - 14:46

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Bill Gates, the world's wealthiest man, has honored an Australian college with $100,000. He has financed the university to create skin-like condoms that can make men "need to wear one."

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Hearing alcohol related phrases generate anger

Sat, 06/07/2014 - 14:42

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Another study carried out by scientists at California State University, the University of Kent, and the University of Missouri, has discovered that listening to liquor related expressions like brewskie, wine or bourbon can impel outrage and animosity in individuals.

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