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  • Flu related disease on rise due to dry spell

    Flu related disease on rise due to dry spell

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    Flu related diseases including cough and soar throat, pneumonia and diarrhea are spreading everywhere due to ongoing long dry spell persists.Flu related diseases have caught a large number of people particularly children as patients with such complications were seen in high number at the…

  • Eating Dry fruits in winter is healthy

    Eating Dry fruits in winter is healthy

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    Eating dry fruit is also one of the favorite pass times of the people in winter they enjoy it while using dry fruits in daily diet is very healthful and energetic.Dry fruits are also used in making medicines Almonds which the often called the…

  • Weeklong awareness campaign against AIDS

    Weeklong awareness campaign against AIDS

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    A non-governmental organization, Pakistan Village Development Program (PVDP) observed a week-long awareness campaign against HIV/AIDS in the flood affected union councils of district Nowshera.The organization with the assistance of an international relief agaency, TROCAIR organized the concluding function of the week in Camp Koroona…

  • Pregnancies linked to a healthier heart

    Pregnancies linked to a healthier heart

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    In a new study from a single California community, women who had been pregnant at least four times were less likely to die from cardiovascular disease than those who'd never been expecting.Researchers said that could be due to the protective effects of pregnancy-related hormones…

  • 219-pound boy shows US obesity problem

    219-pound boy shows US obesity problem

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    The case of a 219-pound 8-year-old boy taken from his mother for health reasons spotlights a problem that has almost tripled in the U.S. in the last 30 years -- cases of extreme child obesity."Not only do we have a higher percentage of kids…

  • Mediterranean-ish diet tied to better heart health

    Mediterranean-ish diet tied to better heart health

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    Once again, eating a diet based on fish, legumes, vegetables and moderate amounts of alcohol is linked to lower chances of dying from a heart attack, stroke or other vascular "events," according to a new study of New York City residents.The mostly Hispanic and…

  • Secondhand smoke tied to heart failure

    Secondhand smoke tied to heart failure

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    If you have chronic heart failure, being around a smoker may be bad for your physical and mental well-being, a new study suggests.Researchers found that of 205 non-smokers with heart failure, those who regularly breathed in secondhand smoke reported more problems in their day-to-day…

  • Low vitamin D linked to heart disease, death

    Low vitamin D linked to heart disease, death

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    In people with low blood levels of vitamin D, boosting them with supplements more than halved a person's risk of dying from any cause compared to someone who remained deficient, in a large new study.Analyzing data on more than 10,000 patients, University of Kansasresearchers…

  • Scanners could reduce number of autopsies

    Scanners could reduce number of autopsies

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    Hi-tech medical scanners could be used to probe causes of death, reducing the need for invasive autopsies that can upset bereaved families, a study published in The Lancet on Tuesday says.In Britain, post-mortems are ordered in about a fifth of deaths, notably where crime…

  • Overweight people eat fewer meals than others

    Overweight people eat fewer meals than others

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    Normal weight adults, including those who had lost a lot of weight and kept it off, ate more often than overweight people in a new study looking at factors that may help in preventing weight gain.Researchers following about 250 people for a year found…

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