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Human trials for GM banana designed to slash African infant mortality to begin soon

US Health - Tue, 06/17/2014 - 12:56

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A hereditarily altered banana which can possibly significantly diminish infant mortality and visual impairment in kids crosswise over Africa is to experience its first human trials in a significant step towards turning into a staple for a huge number of individuals.

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Separating myths from reality about Sunscreen

US Health - Tue, 06/17/2014 - 12:48

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A ton of important wellbeing data might be found on the web. Counting the widely adored summer sidekick: sunscreen. Anyhow, how would you separate reality from fiction?

"Simply a few weeks prior I got severe singeing, so not I wear everything the time," Amber Kevilus said at the West Aquatic Center.

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An app that will count your calories

US Health - Tue, 06/17/2014 - 12:44

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The application business is congested with wellbeing trackers and calorie counters, yet another item claims to screen precisely what you devour continuously. Whether your beverage is locally acquired like a packaged Frappuccino or a custom made juice, the framework can measures a drink's substance continuously.

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Bionic pancreas could be helpful for people with type 1 diabetes

US Health - Mon, 06/16/2014 - 13:58

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Specialists are confident that a simulated pancreas they have created will make life less demanding for individuals with sort 1 diabetes.

The gadget is a robotized pump that discharges the hormones insulin and glucagon, and works with a glucose observing framework that is controlled by an iPhone application, reports say.

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Child poisoning linked with 'biting pencils' in China

US Health - Mon, 06/16/2014 - 13:54

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A Chinese official has proposed the gnawing of pencils as a conceivable clarification for over the top levels of lead found in youngsters in a town in the south of the nation spotted alongside a chemical plant, state media covered Monday.

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Extra workload makes GPs scared to miss serious illness in patients

US Health - Mon, 05/12/2014 - 12:43

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As many as eight out of 10 GPs have an increased fear that they may end up missing a serious illness in some patient while dealing with the high work load. This was revealed through a recently done survey by the Royal College of GPs.

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Over 50 percent Britons are unaware of loved ones’ dying wishes

US Health - Mon, 05/12/2014 - 12:40

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Findings of a new survey reveal that people still find it hard to talk about death which is why they found that over 50 percent of the Britons are not aware of the last wishes of their partner.

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Male infertility linked to several chemicals in household things

US Health - Mon, 05/12/2014 - 12:37

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Researchers have discovered that commonly used household products like toothpaste, soap and plastic toys have chemicals in them which have a direct and adverse effect on human sperm. This can also help in explaining the increasing levels of male infertility.

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Study: Calcium supplements may raise heart disease risk in women

US Health - Mon, 05/12/2014 - 12:30

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Calcium supplements are popularly used by women to maintain good bone health and earlier researches have shown that calcium supplements may raise the risk of cardiovascular disease, however this was not sure until now.

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'Excruciating pain' forced Gabriel Batistua to ask for leg amputation post retirement

Gabriel BatistutaLondon, Sep 01 - Former Fiorentina striker Gabriel Batistuta, who called time on his career in 2005, has revealed that he asked a specialist to amputate his legs following his retirement.  Read more »

Real Sociedad come from two goals down to beat Real Madrid 4-2

Real Sociedad come from two goals down to beat Real Madrid 4-2London, Sep 01 - European champions Real Madrid suffered a famous defeat against Real Sociedad as Jagoba Arrasate's men came back from two goals down to win their La Liga clash.  Read more »

Following Zim win against Aus, India ranked first among ODI teams

Following Zim win against Aus, India ranked first among ODI teamsDubai, Sep 1 - India has been confirmed as the top team in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) one-day international (ODI) rankings, following Zimbabwe's historic three wicket win over Australia in Harare yesterday.  Read more »

Clarke says 2015 Cricket WC will decide champions of 50-over game

Michael ClarkeJohannesburg, Sep 01 - Australia cricket team captain Michael Clarke has said that next year's Cricket World Cup will decide the kings of the 50-over game no matter what happens in the race to top the ICC world rankings between now and then.  Read more »

Miguel Oliveira finishes fourth at British GP in MotoGP

Miguel OliveiraSilverstone: Mahindra rider Miguel Oliveira missed a second top-three podium finish of the season by just five hundredths of a second at the British Grand Prix in Moto3 category of the MotoGP championship, here Sunday.  Read more »

Hamilton might consider quitting Merc due to increasing tension with Rosberg: Reports

Hamilton-RosbergWashington, Aug 26 : Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton is reportedly threatening to quit the team due to the clash that has been building all year between him and teammate Nico Rosberg, which reached its  Read more »