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Life Expectancy Rises Globally But at a slower Pace than Healthy Life Expectancy

Life Expectancy Rises Globally But at a slower Pace than Healthy Life Expectancy

All around the world people the life expectancy of people have increased. But that has also increased the number of people who are living sicker shows a recent study.

The overall health has considerably improved all around the globe due to significant progress in the field of medicines which help fight against infectious diseases like HIV/AIDS and vector carried diseases like malaria in the last ten years. Even maternal and child illnesses have reduced reveals a study that takes into account all major diseases and injuries in hundred and eighty eight countries

Johns Hopkins research team explores link between pancreatic cancer and multiple genetic variation

Johns Hopkins research team explores link between pancreatic cancer and multiple genetic variationA research team at Johns Hopkins has found a link between multiple genetic changes and increased risk of pancreatic cancer. The detailed results of the study have been published in Nature Genetics.

MERS virus Hit Again with One Dead and One Infected in UAE

MERS virus Hit Again with One Dead and One Infected in UAEMERS or the Middle East respiratory syndrome is a disease caused by a virus and was first discovered 2012. The disease was discovered when a patient from Saudi Arabia died while in London.

Chocolate Intake linked to Low Risk of Heart Disease

Chocolate Intake linked to Low Risk of Heart DiseaseAccording to a new study, people who eat up to 100g of chocolate every day are less likely to suffer from heart diseases than those who don't. Published in the journal Heart, the study showed that the risk of heart disease and stoke was 11% lower and 25% lower, respectively, in those who ate chocolate than those who avoided it.

Marijuana laws didn’t increase use in teens: Study

Marijuana laws didn’t increase use in teens: StudyA new study has revealed that medical marijuana laws do not lead to increased use of the drug by teenagers.

Although pot smoking by teens is on rise, the new study suggested that medical marijuana laws are not the reason behind it.

Mom of quadruplets, who went viral, has emergency surgery to save babies

Mom of quadruplets, who went viral, has emergency surgery to save babiesAshley and Tyson Gardner turned into a viral sensation not long ago when they posted a feature of their response to figuring out they would soon be the parents of quadruplets.

The Utah couple adapted in July that their in-vitro arrangement endeavour was effective following 8 years of attempting to get pregnant.

$100 million pledged by Billionaire Paul Allen in Ebola fight

$100 million pledged by Billionaire Paul Allen in Ebola fightAmong the logistical bad dreams defying U. S. alleviation groups battling Ebola in Africa has the restricted ability to medevac crisis teams home in the event that they get debilitated.

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