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Skin Cancer Rates Soar In Warmer Regions Of UK

...y hours , covering up with a T-shirt, wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses, using a high-factor sun screen and drinking plenty of non-alcoholic fluids. Says Rebecca Smart, manager of Cancer Research UK's "Sunsmart" campaign, who expects the trends in Cornwall to be echoed nationally: "A lot of this is ab...

Keep a Cool Head on Hot, Humid Days to Avoid Heat Stroke

...e clothing light in color and fabric, as well as a hat and sunblock, and stay in the shade or indoors if possible. Open windows and use fans, or turn on air conditioning. If you don't have air conditioning, go to a public place that does, like a mall, library, or movie theater. Avoid caffeine and alcohol...

Sunbathers Beware of Skin Cancer, Dermatologists Warn

...eating, he said. Appropriate clothing includes a hat that covers the scalp, long sleeves if it's not too hot and fabrics that aren't open-weaved or too thin. A thin, white T-shirt allows the ultraviolet rays that cause skin cancer and sunburn to penetrate, so sunscreen should be applied underneath, s...

Crackdown on Dirty Hospitals in UK

...prerogative of the underdeveloped countries is old hat by now. There have been a barrage of reports highlighting hospital infection. Only a few days ago it was reported that a nurse blew up when a heart-attack patient in England complained he had been left lying in his own urine puddle for a few hours. ...

Artificial Tanning Causes Concern

...over your arms and legs. · Slap on a wide-brimmed hat that covers your head, face, ears and neck. Hats without a wide brim, such as baseball caps, do not give enough protection. · Wear sunglasses, which can help prevent damage to your eyes by blocking a large amount of ultraviolet rays. Choose sunglass...

Shockwave Lithotripsy is Effective for Pediatric Urolithiasis

...nd required subsequent procedures. They also found hat the larger stone burdens had a higher complication rate. If shockwave lithotripsy is going to be used as a modality in stone treatment, it is our responsibility as the surgeons to follow these children long term to ensure that not only is it an effic...

Swap Sun For Siesta

...ing sun-safe this summer: · Wear a broad brimmed hat that covers the face, neck and ears · Wear sun protective clothing that covers as much skin as possible · Seek shade · Wear wrap around sunglasses · Apply SPF30+ water resistant sunscreen at least twenty minutes before sun exposure and re-apply e...

Limited Calorie Intake Holds the Key to Delay Ageing

...its current issue. The experts are quite confident hat the key to extending longevity lies in imbibing strength and vitality to the immune system. MST...

Kids Help Other Kids to Protect Their Hearing from Personal Music Devices

...t: stylish sunglasses, a red dress, // and a black hat that nicely complemented her blue hair and bronze face. But the most important part of Jolene was her lifelike rubber ears--connected to an electronic circuit with a Radio Shack sound meter. When Martin took her electronically equipped mannequin out...

Key component of sunscreen heals sunburn and prevents skin cancer

...re you never burn Aim to cover up with a t-shirt, hat and sunglasses Remember to take extra care with children Then use factor 15+ sunscreen “UVB sunlight is associated with the hottest part of the day, between 10am and 3pm, when the sunlight is brightest,” said Dr Pourzand who works in the Universit...

Meningococcal-B Vaccine Greatly Reduces The Risk of The Disease

...nfection. Officials at the ministry have explained hat though anyone is vulnerable to the disease, the biggest risk group would be teenagers and children under 20 yrs of age, and more than half of those in that group are below 5 yrs....

Study Finds That Food Wrappers Could Be A Source For Health Risks

...ing science research laboratory. They had reported hat hey had found that one-third of packaging tested w...very high level in an ice cream. It was reported hat as of now there is no agreement on the amount that would probably constitutes a safe level, but many...

Ultraviolet B (UVB) Radiation Reduces Risk of 16 Types of Cancer in U.S.

... day is complete. People of all ages should wear a hat whenever spending more than a few minutes in the sun, and should spend the time walking or otherwise in motion.” William Grant added “The public receives a steady barrage of public service messages to avoid the sun and wear sunscreens in order to r...

DNA Of Dog Could Hold The Key To Combat Human Diseases.

...earchers are looking to study the genetic patterns hat could predispose certain conditions in dogs that are similar to diseases at are found in humans. The researchers hope that by successfully identifying these genetic triggers in dogs, they cold offer a hope for a cure for diseases in humans. It was al...

Investigations Reveal That Infections Due To Contact lens Could Cause Blindness

...ts from the market earlier this year, as they felt hat some part of the formula might be increasing the risk of fusarium infection under unusual circumstances. Professor Roger Buckley, a former president of the British Contact Lens Association, has however suggested that the so called apparent link wit...

New Discovery Shows That Brain Could repair Itself After Stroke

...ir treatment there were much lesser number of rats hat were left paralysed. They hope that by this discovery could help to find newer treatments for stroke that might use the body’s own ability to heal itself. The research done by Ronald McKay of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Str...

Super-bug MRSA Getting Fitter And Out of Control

...es starting to rise. The scientists are estimating hat almost about 2 billion people; almost about 25-30% of the population of the world probably have some form of the bacteria. Professor Hajo Grundmann, a world expert in infectious diseases, said MRSA in hospitals is already 'out of control' in many co...

Childhood Obesity Cause For Increasing Concerns

...ldren were overweight or obese. They further noted hat many of those children often miss having food at regular intervals, or would many a times skip meals, including their lunch and dinner. The research authors concerned about the results said that, the study shows that one in five secondary students ...

Rare Nerve Disease Causing Gene Identified

... researchers conducted the studies on the families hat were affected by two of the genetic disorders infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy (INAD) and neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation. (NBIA) They explained that both the disorders are characterised by an abnormal build-up of iron in the brain, w...

Outbreak of Measles Epidemic In UK

...and Sussex Health Protection Agency (HPA), reports hat from January there have been 106 confirmed cases in Surrey and Sussex, with 50 or more cases still unconfirmed. He further explained that even in the South Yorkshire there could be as many as 80 cases with about 40 already confirmed. Explaining that...

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