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Losing weight is tough for women, study

Losing weight is tough for women, study

According to a new study by a team of researchers, the gender of a person affects in their ability to lose weight as women find it difficult to lose weight than men.

Scientists led by the University of Aberdeen in UK found evidence that the gender affects the ability to lose weight. They said that it is harder for women to lose weight compared to men because their brains are wired differently. The study was carried out by researchers from University of Aberdeen in collaboration with those from the University of Cambridge and University of Michigan.

Goat milk help treated Charlie Sheen HIV, doctor

Goat milk help treated Charlie Sheen HIV, doctor

The doctor who treated Charlie Sheen's HIV in Mexico has finally spoken on the television about his mysterious procedure.

Dr. Samir Chachouatold Bill Maher on his show "Real Time With Bill Maher" that he actually used his goat milk HIV treatment to treat. He claimed that the treatment actually works in treating the disease.

Americans donate wholeheartedly for ill Australian girl

Americans donate wholeheartedly for ill Australian girl

Americans have donated wholeheartedly in a campaign to help a seriously ill 13 years old girl to reach Australia.

PhelicitySneesby is suffering from a congenital heart defect. She received overwhelming support from people in the US to return to Australia from the US. Her parents had launched a GoFundMe campaign aiming to raise US$150,000 in order to arrange a medical flight from the US to Australia. The campaign has been able to raise US$200,000 already.

Reportedly Chipotle’s E.coli Outbreak Could be Soon Declared Over

Reportedly Chipotle’s E.coli Outbreak Could be Soon Declared Over

Sources say that the E. coli outbreak which affected fifty or more customers of Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. is soon to be declared over. The government was investigating the matter but could not pin point which ingredient actually caused it. Last year, the outbreak affected customers in nine states.

The E. coli scare affected sales and the stock prices of the burrito chain since October last year, when it surfaced for the first time. The last of the reported case connected to the illness came more than two months back and now it's thought to be over.

Scientists to study probable link between Zika virus and anerve condition

Scientists to study probable link between Zika virus and anerve condition

A team of scientists in South America are aiming to determine if there is any link between mosquito-borne Zika virus and a rare nerve condition that can cause paralysis and leave victims on life-support.

The dangerous Zika virus is already linked to a rash of microcephaly that causes birth defects in babies, who are born with unusually small heads. The healthcare workers in Brazil, Colombia and El Salvador have advised women in those countries to avoid the risk by postponing pregnancies. The researchers are yet to determine how the virus may affect infants.

Illumina Plans to Form New Company Grail that will Detect Early Stage Cancer via Blood Test

Illumina Plans to Form New Company Grail that will Detect Early Stage Cancer via

San Diego-based Illumina, the gene sequencing company is planning to take cancer detection to the next level.

The company is working towards developing a universal blood test which will help in identifying early-stages of cancers in people who have no symptoms of cancer yet.

Fundraised Organized for Tomosynthesis, the New Breast Cancer Screening Machine

Fundraised Organized for Tomosynthesis, the New Breast Cancer Screening MachineIt's October, and it's the Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

On Thursday, at a fundraiser event organised at Proctor's Theatre, keynote speaker Sandra Lee spoke about her experiences with cancer and hoe was she free from it now. The event was organised to help raise money for a new technology which screens for breast cancer.

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