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Love is blind and Seeing is not Believing – Parents Don’t Believe Their Children Are Overweight!!

...ngst their children, which is akin to sitting on a ticking time bomb. During a latest study conducted among parents of 277 overweight children, only 25% of them recognized that their children were above normal weight limits. Possibly the inadequate knowledge of the harmful effects of obesity can be attribut...

Hospital Withdraws McDonald's Reward Scheme

...hers for McDonald's will simply make the so-called ticking time bomb of obesity even bigger and more explosive."...

Bottleneck: High on Spirits Can Cause A Dispirited Liver, Leading To Cirrhosis!

...isease of the liver is not far away, and is like a ticking time bomb, waiting to explode. Infact, figures show that there has been an alarming increase of 900% cases of cirrhosis, especially with those under the age of 45, since the year 1970. So, if you are not lily-livered and feel very strongly in your...

Nurses Are Furious but the Exact Reason Is Not Clear

... forced to do other jobs to hit other targets like ticking boxes on their forms, and making these the priority. Apart from her there are many in the health service who feel that the NHS is run purely for them and their continuing professional careers rather than for the patients. Nurses are being pressurized...

Age-Related Sperm DNA Damage

...ortunates who had a ‘biological clock’ that starts ticking from the time of their birth. This is in reference to the greater chance of a matured women giving birth to a baby with birth defects, the popular example being Down syndrome, a congenital anomaly due to an extra chromosome. In the light of all t...

Scotland’s drug problem continues unabated, UN repor

...ed with alcohol, and see it as the norm. This is a ticking bomb.” Professor Neil McKeganey, director of the Centre for Drug Misuse Research at Glasgow University, said: “We have successfully confined the serious drug abusing group to about 2% of the population, but it is in the interest of drug suppliers a...

Adequate Ground Work before a Pandemic Necessary

...bird flu. In her estimate, bird-flu is just like a ticking time-bomb, waiting to explode. The only question is ‘when’ and not ‘if’, she says. She believes in anticipation and planning adequately, which will be the only way to tide over a crisis. AV...

Holiday Gluttony Can Spell Disaster for Undiagnosed Diabetics

...ng themselves up to develop diabetes. They’re like ticking time bombs,” said Dr. Manisha Chandalia, an endocrinologist at UT Southwestern. “Without treatment, high levels of blood sugars in the body can damage blood vessels and nerves over time, leading to high cholesterol, hypertension, stroke, kidney disea...

Rhythms of Life

...ls there is a remarkable clock that is incessantly ticking away? It has now been undoubtedly established that our body functions in accordance to a rhythm that traces its origin to this 'cellular timepiece'. Several basic functions like alertness, susceptibility to pain, the processing capacity of the li...

Diabetes Risk Factors Develop Earlier in Women Than Men

The 'diabetes clock' may start ticking in women years in advance of a medical diagnosis o...ised does suggest that the 'diabetes clock' starts ticking sooner for women than for men." The study involved 1,455 healthy participants originally enrolled ...

Going Overboard on Alcohol Creates a Bottleneck at Hospitals

...ge and higher deaths down the line. To me that's a ticking time bomb." SAV/B...

A Handful of Pistachios a Day Helps to Keep Your Heart Healthy

When it comes to keeping your heart healthy and ticking like a well-oiled machine, all you have to do is eat a handful of pistachios every day. The finding is based on a new research conducted by James N. Cooper M.D., of George Mason University and Michael J. Sheridan, Sc.D., of Inova Fairfax Hospital,...

Scientists Have Found Way to Delay Menopause

Women might soon not have to worry about the ticking of their biological clocks, for researchers are on the verge of developing drugs that could delay menopause. The news was broken by fertility expert Professor Robert Winston who told a press conference that researchers had found a protein which th...

Going Overboard on Alcohol Creates a Bottleneck at Hospitals

...ge and higher deaths down the line. To me that's a ticking time bomb."...

New Understanding on Growth of Human Stem Cells

...ell nourishing proteins to help keep their parents ticking over. Scientific Director Mick Bhatia and colleagues provide the first evidence that human ES cells have the unique ability to generate human-ES-cell-derived fibroblast-like niche cells (hdFs) in vitro despite removal from their in vivo microenviro...

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(Date:7/21/2014)... researchers have detected genetic fragments of Middle East Respiratory ... holding a camel infected with the virus. The work, ... open-access journal of the American Society for Microbiology, indicates ... disease can be transmitted through the air. , MERS, ... has been identified in 699 people as of June ...
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