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Kids still treated on adult psychiatric wards

Kids still treated on adult psychiatric wards

Dozens of children and young people with mental health problems are still being treated on wards containing adults with sometimes severe psychiatric problems. New figures...
Infant death rate due to pneumonia declines, Says New Study

Infant death rate due to pneumonia declines, says new research

A recent study on child mortality across the world has indicated that despite remarkable improvement in health conditions, the under-five rate of mortality between...
Scientists Find Link Between “Screen Time” and Sleep Quality

Scientists Find Link Between “Screen Time” and Sleep Quality

Science has lent its final verdict on smartphones causing insomnia. Indeed, they are one of the culprits behind not getting a restful night of...
Historic pub McSorley's has been closed by the health department

Historic pub McSorley’s has been closed by the health department

McSorley’s Old Ale House  was shut down Thursday after health inspectors found rats, as well as food being kept at incorrect temperatures. The tavern, which...
Gorilla euthanized at Columbus Zoo, Report

Gorilla euthanized at Columbus Zoo, Report

A 31-year-old western lowland gorilla died Thursday after failing to recover from anesthesia after a medical procedure. On its Facebook page, the Zoo said the...
Constipation may be a risk factor for kidney disease, new study finds

Constipation may be a risk factor for kidney disease, new study finds

Scientists have discovered a link between constipation and renal failure; people with constipation had a 13% higher likelihood of developing chronic kidney disease and...
Cempra Antibiotic narrowly wins support of FDA panel

Cempra Antibiotic narrowly wins support of FDA panel

An FDA panel has voted 7-6 that Cempra’s ($CEMP) new antibiotic solithromycin should be recommended for U.S. regulatory approval--coming days after its shares plummeted...
Bacteria in mouth 'linked' to migraines, says new research

Bacteria in mouth ‘linked’ to migraines, says new research

Study shows sufferers have higher levels of bacteria involved in processing nitrates, and could explain why some foods appear to act as migraine triggers. Researchers...
Separated Twins Begin Recovery: Parents meet conjoined twins for the first time after surgery

Separated Twins Begin Recovery: Parents meet conjoined twins for the first time after surgery

Parents of Twin Boys Joined At The Head Say God Is Their 'Biggest Hero' After Successful Surgery to Separate Them. Forty medical experts at a...
Do you really need high intensity fitness classes or videos to lose weight?

Do you really need high intensity fitness classes or videos to lose weight?

Everyone would love to look like the group fitness instructor in our health club classes or instructional videos. Do you really think taking a...

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