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Memory loss associated with microbes

...ion span and learning abilities. People suffer a stinging or burning sensation to the skin on contact with water containing the organism. Headaches and stomach problems follow. The severity of the symptoms appears to be proportional to the amount of exposure to the toxin excreted by the microbe. The first e...

Computer Programmers, need not fear Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

...puter programmers and seamstresses, cheer up. That stinging pain centered on your forearms, that numbness you experience in your wrists//, may not be a result of carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS)at all. Yes, the CTS, more often than not, leads one straight to the surgeon. But those who work for long hours with t...

Aborigines Century Behind the Health of Colonizers, WHO Report

In a stinging commentary on the concerns of successive Australian governments, a report commissioned by the World Health Organisation says //that the health of aborigines lags an appalling one century behind that of the settlers. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Isl...

AAAAI Offers Advice on Stinging Insect Allergies

... buzzing around outside. People with an allergy to stinging insects will want to take extra precautions this ... cramps; nausea and diarrhea. If you suffer from a stinging insect allergy, you should take extra precautions to avoid being stung.' Unfortunately, most peopl...

Bioparasite Envisioned To Control Terror Of Fire Ants

...icta , humans and livestock fear them for their stinging bites. The massive fire ant colonies destroy crops, damage farm and electrical equipment and hasten soil erosion. Fire ants have been detected in 13 states and covering an area of 320 million acres. With no natural predators to keep them in check, ...

Back to Basics in Health in Advanced Countries Now

...US is a major concern in US, making Michael Moores stinging documentary Sicko a runaway hit. It features memorable testimony from a conscience-stricken physician employed by a health insurance company. She refused to authorize a client's life-or-death operation to save her employer the expense. No one ever ...

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