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Diet irregularities lead to stomach cancer

...anges to the way food is grown and produced// have robbed it off its anti-cancer agents. The researchers are working on a study which indicates that Aspirin may be effective in fighting stomach cancer. They are carrying out two trials on people with a predisposition to developing the disease. Initial resu...

AIDS Patients Deceived By Private Health Care System In China

Alarming reports of AIDS patients being robbed off their pockets to pay for expensive anti-HIV medication, only reflect a commercial shift in the service based health care system, // believed to prevail once upon a time in China. Cai had no AIDS related symptoms when she was admitted to the Num...

Depression and Anxiety Endemic in Britain

...rmous. For example, more than £10 billion is being robbed out of the economy every year, by depression alone. Although in most of the cases, the situation can be dealt with effectively by the individual himself, one in 5 visit the doctor to seek medical help. One in 10 consult a therapist. Relationship pr...

Lack Of Sleep Makes Kids Overweight

...igh competition and the quest to win the race have robbed one to two hours of sleep, on an average. 'It's ironic that part of the solution to obesity might lie in sleep, the most sedentary of all human activities. In the light of this study's results, my best prescription against obesity in children would...

Wily Old Man Undergoes A life Saving Operation With A Worthless Cheque

...fe is a great thing and you fight for it. I’d have robbed a bank to save my life.” Roy who lives alone in Hounslow, West London, further added, “I had been having severe heart pains and a specialist found two valves had become blocked. I risked a fatal heart attack at any time. Then I was told there was a n...

Slow Fight Against Childhood Obesity

... obesity, millions of kids and our society will be robbed of a healthy and hopeful future," Lavizzo-Mourey said. The childhood and adolescent obesity rates are increasing drastically in the US. The report reveals that at present, 1/3rd of the kids in America are either obese or at risk of becoming one. Th...

Federal government blamed for allocating meager portion to health sector:ALP

...ceuticals and after hour care which has apparently robbed the Australian citizen of their basic dues in the health frontier. The present government has been accused of massively cutting short the funds to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) estimated to be almost 8 million dollars in the fiscal year ...

Public Libraries Turning into Shelters for the Homeless in the US

...npoliced spot to sleep; the constant fear of being robbed or attacked by other street people; or the indignity of defecating in a vacant lot. It's a combination that would probably drive a mentally healthy person to psychosis and substance abuse. Street people, who suffer serious psychological disorders, ...

South African Farmers Turn to Organic Farming

... decades of heavy nitrate and fertilizer usage has robbed the already poor soil of its nutrients. Hennie Saaiman, a potato farmer-turned consultant on biological agriculture, notes that in the late 1970s, 20 kg of nitrates were recommended to secure two tonnes of wheat in South Africa. Today, to obtain th...

A Centre for Glycemic Index Testing Opened in Chennai

... the changes, such as milling technology, that had robbed food grains of their essence. He pointed out that in the typical Indian diet, carbohydrates formed the bulk of calories and the fiber came from unrefined carbohydrates from whole cereals. But the milling technology, along with the need for longer ...

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