Study Says Sodium Nitrate Present In Processed Meat Can Cause Cancer

Study Says Sodium Nitrate Present In Processed Meat Can Cause Cancer

A study has found out that processed meat preserved with sodium nitrate can cause cancer in humans. Earlier, the International Agency for Research on Cancer cited that salted, fermented, cured, and smoked processed meats were linked to a higher risk of cancer in humans. Now the scientists from Queen’s University Belfast have said that only […]

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Arkansas judge rejects student appeal on vaccination policy

Arkansas judge rejects student appeal on vaccination policy

The judge has denied a request from two University of Arkansas students to block a public health order that barred them from joining classes during the mumps outbreak without proper vaccination. The Arkansas Department of Health stated in a public health directive issued on November 22 that students who have not vaccinated with at least […]

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Children’s Hospital to expanded Mental Health Facility in New Orleans

Children’s Hospital to expanded Mental Health Facility in New Orleans

New Orleans Children’s Hospital is about to open a new 51 beds for children in need of inpatient mental health services and expand its current 39 beds, and experts say Louisiana lacks treatment options for children with mental illness. More than 65,000 square-foot building will open next month as part of a US$ 300 million […]

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deep brain stimulation (dbs) treatment is sinking parkinson’s patients

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) treatment is sinking Parkinson’s patients

Parkinson’s Disease is a degenerative neurological disorder. It majorly affects motor skills involving involuntary shaking, stiffness, spasms, difficulty to walk. Also, non-motor symptoms like dementia, depression, anxiety, cognitive issues, behavioral problems arise in the advanced stages of the disease. Parkinson’s has no cure. Primary treatment involves controlling the symptoms by non-invasive methods like medication, rehabilitation, […]

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excessive weight and obesity can reduce the efficacy of flu shots

Excessive Weight And Obesity Can Reduce the efficacy of Flu Shots

This has come as bad news for young children, adults, and teens, who have been dealing with Flu season in the United States. Researchers have found out that excess weight and obesity can weaken the effects of flu vaccines. Obesity affects more than two-thirds of the US population, which can make flu shots less effective. […]

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astronomers worried about the starlink problem

Astronomers worried about the Starlink problem

On Monday, in the early hours of the morning, two astronomers used their remote-controlled telescopes in Chile, hoping to view images of distant galaxies and stars. Instead, a worrying sign of astronomy was observed as they found a train of SpaceX satellite crossing the night sky. According to Cliff Johnson, Northwestern University in Chicago is […]

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study finds e-cigarettes more harmful than tobacco cigarettes

Study Finds E-cigarettes More Harmful Than Tobacco Cigarettes

A new study has claimed that e-cigarettes are not a healthier alternative to tobacco cigarettes. The study was conducted by the US Food and Drug Administration. It said that e-cigarettes are more harmful to the human heart than tobacco cigarettes. Regular use of electronic cigarettes also increases the risk of coronary vascular disease. E-cigarettes are […]

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