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Diabetic women have increased risk of heart disease

Diabetic women have increased risk of heart diseaseResearchers say that women suffering with diabetes have a 50 percent higher chance to suffer a heart attack as compared to men who are diabetic.  

Furthermore they are almost three times more prone to endure any kind of heart issue than non-diabetic ladies. Specialists investigated information from 64 studies ranging over 50 years including over 850,000 individuals.

Study: Most doctors end up giving antibiotics to respiratory disease patients

Study: Most doctors end up giving antibiotics to respiratory disease patientsThe LA Times reported that the creators of another study distributed in the Journal of the American Medical Association say that most specialists wrongly prescribe anti-biotics to their patients despite the fact that they are not required.

Angina case have reduced during last 2 decades 'among white - but not black - Americans'

Angina case have reduced during last 2 decades 'among white - but not black - Americans'Angina is acute chest pain; survey shows that cases of angina have significantly gone down during the last 20 years among senior citizens aged 65 and older in America.

The same has been noted among white people 40 and older, however the black Americans have not got any such relief from angina.

Mosquitoes flocking to UK gardens

Mosquitoes flocking to UK gardensResearchers stated that two species of mosquitoes that cause , malaria and West Nile virus in the world, are now becoming common in the garden of the UK.

The results of a new study are published in PLOS ONE, and suggest that warm, moist environment of the water storage containers give the prefect kind of habitat for these mosquitoes during the whole of summer and spring.

When wild animals encounter an exercise wheel

When wild animals encounter an exercise wheelA new study has found that most of the wild animals love to exercise because a majority of them went ahead and used the exercise wheel by choice when they found one.

The study is the first one to observe what happens when animals encounter a wheel running in the wild. The report was published in the recent issue of Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

Cocaine in the British Water Supply

Cocaine in the British Water Supply A report stated that researchers from the Drinking Water Inspectorate had tasked themselves with discovering pharmaceutical mixes in Britain's water supply. What they ran across were hints of cocaine in the water, much after it had been dealt with and cleansed.

In one year, wasteful Medicare spending topped $1.9 Billion

In one year, wasteful Medicare spending topped $1.9 BillionAnother study says, Medicare used around $1.9 billion in 2009 on 26 sorts of tests and techniques that offer patients few or no health benefits.

No less than one in four Medicare patients gained no less than one of these services in 2009, as per the investigation of cases made by more than 1.3 million Medicare patients that year, as indicated by Harvard Medical School scientists.

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