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Researchers offer new Breast Cancer Treatment

Researchers offer new Breast Cancer Treatment

Researchers have made available new affordable treatment for breast cancers involving two low-cost categories of drugs that are now available in its generic form.

Researcher warns over poison Ivy Oil

Researcher warns over poison Ivy Oil

A dermatologist in the United States has released information that could help protect against the effects of poison ivy plant.

Reaction to smells could help detect autism, study

Reaction to smells could help detect autism, study

According to a new study, it might be possible for experts to diagnose autism in children by measuring their reaction to smells.

UK drink limits are ‘unsafe’, says doctors

UK drink limits are ‘unsafe’, says doctors

Medical experts have said that the alcohol drinking limits in the UK is at unsafe level and must be lowered especially following concerns from doctors that the guidelines are not tough enough.

South Korea to infuse $13 billion to boost growth

South Korea to infuse $13 billion to boost growth

The government in South Korea has announced that it will infuse more than 15 trillion won or $13 billion on Thursday in order to boost economic growth as the MERS virus affects the economic growth.

London noise levels affecting population

London noise levels affecting population

According to a new study, the high level of noise pollution in the city of London is affecting the health of residents and may be linked to early death and a greater risk of stroke.

A teen dies of plague in Colorado

A teen dies of plague in Colorado

According to latest reports, a teenaged man has died in Larimer County in Colorado from plague, in a first case since 1999.The authorities are still investigating the death of Taylor Gaes, who died on

Study says Parkinson's is linked to 16 types of cancers

Study says Parkinson's is linked to 16 types of cancers

According to a new study conducted by researchers in Taiwan, Parkinson's disease (PD) is associated with 16 types of cancer.

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Research to study perception of insects as food in Australia

A group of researchers are planning to conduct a research study into the perception of insects as food among consumers in Australia.

The team from the University of Adelaide is aiming to study consumer perceptions and attitudes to eating insects. The researchers are planning to begin the study with an online consumer survey at the...

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