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US Teen Birth Rate Drops to Record Low: Report

...d and Family Statistics. Hispanic teens have now surpassed African Americans for the highest birth rate at 48 per 1,000 following a 30 percent drop between 1991-2005, said the report titled "America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being." For other ethnic groups, the birth rate was eight per 1,...

Dengue Cases in Singapore Crosses Alarming Levels

...e number of dengue cases in affluent Singapore has surpassed an epidemic threshold for the first time since 2005, the government said . The National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Health Ministry said in a statement issued late Tuesday that the weekly number of dengue cases reported last week totalled 401...

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

...nt for two days. During that time, the temperature surpassed 90 degrees Fahrenheit and the humidity was stifling. The woman was dehydrated, with a temperature of 104.7 degrees and a decreased blood pressure of 100/70. Fortunately, she was resuscitated with intravenous fluids and then hospitalized. The Pennsy...

First Human Case of Bird Flu Confirmed in Vietnam Since 2005

...ction between 2003 and 2005, but it has since been surpassed by Indonesia with 76 deaths....

New Symptom-free STD on the Rise in US and Australia

...ymptom-free sexually transmitted disease (STD) has surpassed Neisseria gonorrhea in prevalence among young adults in the US. In Australia too it is becoming a big menace, researchers say . The new infection is named Mycoplasma genitalium and was first identified in the 1980s. It can cause inflammation of the...

Swami Ramdev to Hold Yoga Camps in U.S.

...time in the US in June-July. The Swami, who has surpassed many yoga and spiritual gurus in popularity, is scheduled to hold a yoga camp in New York from June 30 and July 1 and another in nearby New Jersey from July 4-8, with a total capacity of about 3,000 at the two places. Moving on to Chicago, he will ho...

New Research Shows That Flu is a Trigger of Heart Attacks

...e 1918 Spanish flu pandemic) cardiovascular deaths surpassed any other causes of mortality, including pneumonia. During influenza pandemics, heart disease patients may be considered among the priority groups to receive the vaccine or antiviral drugs. Meticulous use of plaque-stabilising agents such as statins,...

Diabetes Threat Greater Than Feared

... estimate I have ever seen for prevalence has been surpassed the next time you get a chance to look. It's quite...ople with diabetes in Ontario, Canada, had already surpassed the rate predicted for 2030 by the World Health Organization. "Our paper indicates that the magnit...

A Call To Band Online Drug Pharmacies and Online Consultation by So Called “Cyber Doctor

...ved that, prescription addiction abuse has already surpassed that of heroin and cocaine in some parts of the world. These findings have led to the call from doctor’s world over, to ban online consolations. Patients are often given prescriptions without being spoken too or even seeing to by a General Practition...

Global Goal to Reduce Measles Deaths in Children Surpassed

... of lives has not only been fulfilled, it has been surpassed in just six years with Africa leading the way." The 75% reduction in measles deaths in Africa is due to the firm commitment and resources of national governments, and support from the Measles Initiative. It is described as a spectacular achievement...

Asian-American Teens More Likely Than Whites to Learn Healthier Lifestyles

...se than those of whites, Asians caught up with and surpassed whites by second and third generations, with physical activity increasing and hours spent watching TV dropping. As for nutrition, both Asian and Latino first-generation adolescents had better nutrition habits than whites; however, Latinos lost this...

Most Suicide Rates Decline, but Findings Are Puzzling

...dents and homicide. Among older adults, suicide is surpassed by several chronic diseases as a leading cause of death. 'We need to understand how something this significant could turn on a dime,' McKeown said. That understanding is particularly important because the Food and Drug Administration has warned p...

North East Having Highest Cancer Incidences In Country

...orld but some Nagaland districts bordering Myanmar surpassed that record also. Because of smoking, lung cancer among the women was on the rise in western countries but the study showed that incidences of this type of disease were even higher in women of Manipur and Mizoram who also have smoking habit. When ...

Young Women In Britain Overtakes Men In Drinking

...hat the number of young women consuming liquor has surpassed men of the same age making them// prone to liver disease before they could pass the teenage. Professor Moira Plant of Bristol University analysed research collected in a major international study focusing on 12 European countries in 2004 and 2005,...

Increasing Ice Psychosis

...nts suffering from ice psychosis. The numbers have surpassed the heroin addicts in Australia. The reason being that ice is cheaper and more freely available than heroin. The head of emergency at St Vincent's Hospital, Dr Gordian Fulde, told that it takes about six staff members to contain a person affected ...

Clergy blasts councilman's required-condom plan

...a, with a HIV population of 190,000, a figure only surpassed by Brazil in Latin America, according to the World Health Organization. ...

New Cardiac Angiography Technique For Improved Imaging Of Coronary Veins

...ssessment rather difficult. This difficulty can be surpassed with the new technique is used. The results of the study can be found in the American Journal of Roentgenology. "MDCT angiography is a reliable alternative to invasive conventional coronary angiography, and should be used to evaluate the coronary v...

Christmas, Carols And Unique Indian Christianity

...ting ready for Christmas, a festival that long ago surpassed the boundaries of mere religion, but also for the many millions who have studied in missionary schools. Come December and even the smallest local market begins stocking Christmas tree decorations. And most urban Indians may not go to church for Chri...

Non-Communicable Diseases Mounting Up At An Alarming Rate in India

The incidence of non-communicable diseases has surpassed that of the communicable diseases in the country, according to the reports of Dr Anbumani Ramadoss, Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare//. The news report was released following the inauguration of a three-day health camp in a village near V...

Incidence of breast cancer increasing in urban India

...age to reduce the risk of breast cancer, which has surpassed cervical cancer in metros. We need to bring about awareness among women about how to reduce the risk of breast cancer. It is no more a death sentence, but an illness that can be managed like any other chronic illness like diabetes or hypertension. ...

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