Sunday, May 28, 2017

Regular use of commonly prescribed painkillers can increase heart attack risk

Regular use of commonly prescribed painkillers can increase the risk of a heart attack as early as in the first week of use and especially within the first month of taking high doses, suggests a research. ______ The use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to treat...

Drinking just two energy drinks can kill you — Experts warned

Drinking just two energy drinks can cause cardiac arrest in patients who have an undiagnosed heart condition, experts have warned. The Australian study looked into how caffeinated drinks impact on the risk of cardiac arrest in people with long QT syndrome (LQTS) – a hereditary...

Cholera outbreak killing 25 people in a week in Yemen — WHO

A cholera outbreak in Yemen killed 25 people this week, the World Health Organization said on Monday. ______ The UN agency has reported 1,360 cases of the diarrhoeal disease since April 27. The UN agency statement came as two years of war continues to wreak havoc on...

New study links the increased cases of breast cancer with alcohol intake in African-American women

Women of African-American descent have to rethink having that second glass of alcoholic drink as a new study links the increased cases of breast cancer with alcohol intake. The study is specifically directed to African-American women. ______ The link between alcohol and breast cancer has been...

Beer can be a more effective to reduce pain than taking painkillers — study

A new study by the University of Greenwich has found that drinking two glasses of beer can be a more effective and obviously more pleasant way to reduce pain than taking painkillers. "We have found strong evidence that alcohol is an effective painkiller," Dr. Trevor...

Holding a cell phone close to the ear for a long period of time can cause brain cancer — researchers

A mobile phone is a portable telephone that can make and receive calls over a radio frequency link while the user is moving within a telephone service area. The radio frequency link establishes a connection to the switching systems of a mobile phone operator, which...

Natural health — Diabetes and apple cider vinegar health benefits

For many years, apple cider vinegar has been linked with an array of health benefits. These have ranged from aiding weight loss to relieving cold symptoms. But does taking it help people with diabetes? ______ The majority of the health claims around apple cider vinegar have yet...

Super bug would become resistant to all known antibiotics in the near future

Microbiologists say a new family of super bug resistant to nearly all antibiotics is spreading here and poses a "serious and urgent threat". ______ An article published today in the New Zealand Medical Journal says bacteria known as CPE pose an immediate threat to modern healthcare,...

Breaking Dangerous Records — For the first time in human history CO2 levels passed 410 PPM

On April 18, Earth breached its latest climate change milestone. For the first time in human history, atmospheric carbon dioxide levels were measured at 410 parts per million (ppm). ______ The Keeling Curve, a University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography program, recorded the...

How your social media addiction is giving you depression

This is a real story showing and proving how your social media addiction is giving you depression.  ______ SAN DIEGO, United States - Jason Zook started every morning by scrolling through Twitter, Instagram, Vine, his blog and Facebook. It started to have an effect on the...

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