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Seven Children Ordered Removed from Squalid Home in Texas

...od lay around the home, trash bins overflowed, and mattresses had no sheets and were dirty, Child Protective Services spokesman Greg Cunningham said. "The lack of sanitation was just amazing," Lubbock police Sgt. Scott Farmer said. "Trash is one thing but what they were storing up was ... my goodness." The ...

Allergic Individuals Should Keep Away from Cats, Say UK Scientists

...om Imperial College, London, took samples from the mattresses of 1,884 people with certain common allergies. Increased exposure to cat allergen was associated with greater sensitivity of the respiratory system in the volunteers, and encouraged symptoms of wheezing or breathlessness in those who were not known...

Debate in US: Who Should Decide for Disabled People?

...ided simple medical devices like a simple hoist or mattresses that prevent bedsores. Or the assistance of home healthcare workers. Such things could have precluded such painful invasion of the body, regrets Patricia Williams. Perhaps Ashley’s parents feared what would happen to her after them. Perhaps she wou...

How to Keep Away from Dust Allergy?

Household dust emanating from mattresses and TVs contain possibly hazardous chemicals called polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs). The study was conducted// by the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Environmental Protection Agency of the USA reveals. It is not yet c...

How to Prevent Bedsores from Becoming Deadly

...o help prevent bedsores: ? Use dynamic or static mattresses and added padding? Shift positions every so often ? Increase protein intake? Moisturize skin. Source-Newswise SR...

Replacing Old Mattress, Adding Ventilation Reduces Mites

...es in the bedroom can be achieved by replacing old mattresses and increasing a room’s ventilation, according to ... More than 3,500 samples of dust were taken from mattresses found in homes in 22 different study centers throughout Europe and analyzed for the different dust m...

Revolutionary Net To Control Malaria

...al resistance. We're already seeing bedbugs in the mattresses covered by nets becoming resistant to pyrethroids. We need to break the cycle of playing catch-up as insects develop resistance to insecticides." "The new nets would be a more sustainable way of protecting people from mosquitoes and – we hope – cou...

Revolutionary Net To Control Malaria

...al resistance. We're already seeing bedbugs in the mattresses covered by nets becoming resistant to pyrethroids. We need to break the cycle of playing catch-up as insects develop resistance to insecticides." "The new nets would be a more sustainable way of protecting people from mosquitoes and – we hope – cou...

Losing Sleep over Money or Money over Sleep? Sleep over It!

...acticians, with paraphernalia in tow, that use air mattresses and monitors to record how people sleep or don’t sleep!...

Hawaii: State Hospital in Doldrums

...t some patients resort to sleeping on the floor on mattresses in conference or activity rooms. There were not enough bathrooms and shower facilities, putting the patients in a lot of trouble. He added that "anything less than a full and complete effort ... depreciates the extraordinary efforts being put forth o...

Reasons For Low Back Pain

...he study included 313 people who had their own bed mattresses replaced with either a firm or a medium-firm mattr...ck pain. The participants who used the medium-firm mattresses also reported a decrease in the need for pain killing drugs. Researchers say, their findings stress...

Mattresses do Play a Role in Low Back Pain

...could be wrong. The new research finds medium-firm mattresses are more effective at relieving back pain. Physi...he study included 313 people who had their own bed mattresses replaced with either a firm or a medium-firm mattress. The participants did not know what type of ma...

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