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HPV can be detected through urine test

HPV can be detected through urine testA basic urine test for the infection that causes cervical tumor could offer a less obtrusive and more satisfactory option to the traditional cervical smear test, scientists said on Tuesday.

Liberia hopes others too will act following US Ebola pledge

Liberia hopes others too will act following US Ebola pledgeLiberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said on Wednesday she trusted President Barack Obama's choice to send 3000 troops to West Africa to fight the most exceedingly bad Ebola flare-up on record would goad different nations to offer assistance.

Calorie-cutting pledge of food companies might get stalled

Calorie-cutting pledge of food companies might get stalledA movement by 16 of the world's biggest nourishment and refreshment organizations to drastically cut the quantity of calories sold in the United States may have stalled after introductory achievement, specialists wrote about Wednesday.

Daily use things can increase risk of childhood asthma

Daily use things can increase risk of childhood asthmaA few years back, Columbia University scientist Robin Whyatt and her group at the Mailman School of Public Health found that city kids in New York have a portion of the most elevated asthma rates on the planet. About a quarter of New York City children have asthma.

Low-income women in pregnancy are worse than their rich counterparts

Low-income women in pregnancy are worse than their rich counterpartsMuch more needs to be carried out to help poorer ladies through pregnancy, specialists have said after new research discovered they have a more regrettable experience than rich moms to-be.

Specialists from Oxford University discovered the most denied ladies were 60 per cent more averse to have gotten any risk natal care when contrasted with the wealthiest ladies.

Sharing towels lead to rugby players being infected with life threatening superbug

Sharing towels lead to rugby players being infected with life threatening superbugSportsmen and ladies are continuously cautioned against using someone else's towel and ice showers after researchers researching a flare-up of boils discovered conceivably life debilitating superbugs in an examination at a rugby club.

No sugary foods should be given to kids in schools and hospitals

No sugary foods should be given to kids in schools and hospitalsSugar admission ought to be brought much further down to only 14g a day - what might as well be called four pieces of Cadbury's Dairy Milk chocolate, specialists have said.

What's more, youngsters ought not be given sugary snacks as a treat while schools and clinics ought not serve them at all in an offer to handle tooth problems.

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