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Antidepressants lack curing Depression Entirely

Antidepressants Lacks in Curing Depression Entirely

A study has revealed that antidepressants don’t treat a patient completely.

How to have normal body after breast cancer

How to have normal body after breast cancer

The good news is that there are millions of survivors of breast cancer in US. But the sad part is that they are not aware of how to get back the strength and have a normal life.

Junk food linked to bad behavior, says study

Junk food linked to bad behavior, says study

A survey has claimed that the children who eat less healthy foods, especially less fruit and vegetables, are expected to have more behavioral problems. This has been stated in a Queensland study.

Study to tackle the deteriorating dental health of children

Study to tackle the deteriorating dental health of children

There will be a survey of oral health of 32,000 Australian children. This will include the children from age 5 to 14.

Australians are addicted to Alcohol

Australians are addicted to Alcohol

There has been noticeable alarm regarding the Australia's boozy culture. In a recent survey, it has found that more than 4 million adults drink to get drunk.

Health Minister Introduces Colorectal Cancer Screening Program for Islanders

Health Minister Introduces Colorectal Cancer Screening Program for Islanders

Making an announcement to spend $280,000 a year to provide Islanders with colorectal cancer screening, P. E.

Physicians Choose To Go For Riskier Treatments for Themselves

Physicians Choose To Go For Riskier Treatments for Themselves

Recently, a study was published in the medical journal the Archives of Internal Medicine and it aimed at finding out the differences in the ways physicians treat patients and the treatments they would

Boy expelled from school for not shaving

Boy expelled from school for not shaving

A boy named Marc Grey, of 13 year has a skin condition and for this reason he was advised by his doctors not to shave regularly. So, young boy Marc Grey decided to grow a moustache.

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Injuries related to high heels doubled in a decade: study

The number of injuries related to high heels has jumped nearly 100 per cent in a decade, University of Alabama researchers cautioned after analyzing data gathered between 2002 and 2012.

If you are one of those who steps out in heels frequently, you may want to change your habit as a new study shows that injuries related to high heels...

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