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Vitamin D Deficiency On Rise Among Europeans

According to a Belgian researcher, nearly half of the British population are affected by vitamin D deficiency, which may lead them to an increased risk of osteoporosis or some other forms of cancer.// ..Roger Bouillon of the University of Leuven in Belgium told the European Congress of Endocrinology in Glasgow, Scotland, he had been studying 20 years of data -- and found that about half the popul...

Europeans Tops the World in Alcohol Consumption

According to a funded study by EU, Europeans are the heaviest drinkers in the world with nearly 115,000 alcohol-related deaths reported costing about billions of euros in social and health expenditure//. ....Alcohol is responsible for 7.4 percent of all ill health and early deaths in the EU and is the third highest risk factor for ill health, ahead of obesity and behind only tobacco and high bloo...

The Deadly Pair of Genes Increases the Risk of Breast Cancer among Europeans

According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer it was found that breast cancer affected 1.2 million women globally and resulted in the death of 400,000 //every year. According to the research conducted by the team, at Iceland's Decode Genetics it was found that the deadly combination of BRCA2 and BARD1 variant increased the risk of breast cancer from 45% to 100% in susceptible women...

Europeans Developing First-Ever Dengue Fever Vaccine

Dengue fever is a viral infection transmitted through the bite of a mosquito. Symptoms can be mild with patients //never knowing they have been infected. However, in more unfortunate cases, Dengue fever can lead to haemorrhagic tendency triggering the often-fatal Dengue Shock Syndrome. Because some people experience only limited symptoms, they can unwittingly transport the virus from the tropics...

Better Healthcare Has Made Europeans Taller Than Americans

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Majority of Europeans in Favor of Smoking Ban in Public Places

An overwhelming majority of Europeans are in favour of a ban on smoking in workplaces and indoor public places, new data showed Tuesday. ......Some 88 percent of citizens in the European Union want smoke free offices, restaurants and other indoor spaces, said a study by the European Commission, the bloc's executive arm. ......EU health chief Markos Kyprianou said the broad support for anti-tob...
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