A published study in the journal BMJ Open has stated that obesity problems in youngsters' double the death risk. Before reaching the age of 55, young stay in a precarious state.
Amidst A&E crisis in England, it seems that the government has attributed the problem to the rising demand for the same. However, the BMA has thrown light on another facts related to the issue.
Rotary Clubs of Clitheroe and Ribblesdale, in association with the National Stroke Association recently organized "Know Your Blood Pressure Day".
This day was meant for creating awareness about high-blood pressure. Doctors were appointed to conduct free tests for the participants. Almost 150 individuals were tested by them. Amongst them, 48 people were asked to go for further medical tests.
It has been more than three months for the Food Safety Authority of Ireland of having uncovered the practice of replacing processed beef with horse meat. The initial probes were held into three processing plants including two in Ireland and one in the UK.
As per reports, number of diabetic people from Worcestershire getting annual checks is far below the national average of the UK. It emerged that only 40% of them are having the recommended checks while the national average is 54%.
As per the opinion of a cancer expert group, while pharmaceutical companies have been charging high prices for cancer drugs, they have been putting patients' lives at death risk.
It becomes easier for men to bond with their baby if they are aware of the gender of the unborn child. Recently, a research has carried out by a group of researchers from the University of Birmingham, which has revealed about the same.
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