A recent research has given clear signal to Rotorua's hydrogen sulphide levels, held responsible for causing any harm to asthma patients.
In an analysis made by the researchers from the University of Calgary in Canada, it became evident that lack of vitamin D during pregnancy leads to a number of health problems.
In a study that examined the impact of cuts in wages for public-sector employees and childcare allowances in Romania, it was found that these reforms had a significant effect on pregnant women and their babies.
A recent study by researchers suggested that rats have shown thought-provoking results of the consumption of cocaine. The study suggested that a sleepy brain region in cocaine addicts can reduce the desire for the drug.
Reports suggested that the cost of the harm caused to the Australian societies by alcohol was around $14 billion in 2010. This is equivalent to double the amount of the total revenue collected in tax and excise.