Considering the upcoming National Dementia Awareness Week in the week from May 20 to May 26, the top-most charity PDSA is initiating awareness and understanding of the condition. It was suggested that the condition can affect both pets and people.
As per reports, wards at Redditch Alexandra Hospital in Worcestershire have been closed down for visitors in wake of the norovirus outbreak.
The health bosses at the facility have said that the visits to the hospital will only be allowed after permission from the ward and that too in some exceptional circumstances. Also, the outbreak has led to closure of two wards at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
The sixth annual Relay For Life of Berlin has been slated for May 17 and May 18 this year and will be held at the Berlin Lions Fairgrounds, 430 Buckley Road. Lynn Kipphut, of the American Cancer Society, invited the people to take part in the event.
Bayer's treatment for prostate cancer, Xofigo, has been granted approval by the U. S. regulators. The treatment has been approved just three months after it was assigned a priority review.
The US Food and Drug Administration has given a nod for the injection to be used in men with symptomatic late-stage castration-resistant prostate cancer that has spread to bones but nowhere else.
A study of cancer patients in Washington has revealed that cancer patients were twice as likely to file for bankruptcy as people without cancer. The study found that young people with cancer experienced the highest bankruptcy rates about 10 times more compared to cancer patients among old age groups.
Scientists from NASA are now planning to send a spy satellite to Mars in order to monitor the surface of the planet and its moons.
Also, the satellite will help the researchers to examine the surface of Mars for the missions that are planned in the future. The telescope will consist of three main components and these are an imaging spectral mapper, a high-resolution imager and an ultraviolet spectrometer.
As per a new study done by the researchers from University of British Columbia (UBC), normal habitats of fishes are moving seeking cooler places as the oceans are growing warmer due to climate change.