On Tuesday, the Yale University has released a study that has marked television advertisements as one of the major contributing factor to cause obesity. Further, the report has also claimed that companies selling unhealthy food tend to use product placement during TV shows for marketing their products.
A recent report revealed that in a case of government woes, a mother was denied allowance for the 10- year- old kid who was found to be diabetic. For a while, Ms. Mairi-anne-MaCarteny was given allowance and then it was randomly withdrawn. The letter from the government came saying that her daughter was self sufficient enough and did not need allowance.
According to recent reports, it has been revealed that with the evolution of the influenza virus, it is becoming exceedingly widespread. This is the reason it is becoming so difficult to find the apt vaccine for the same. There are so many different genetic mutations coming up with the common cold and flu, that it is becoming difficult for the researchers to find accurate and diverse cures for all of them.
The terminal Meningococcal Virus is playing an absolute carnage in Townsville, Queensland.
Barely a week after the death of a university student, one more person has surrendered against the noxious virus, helping the casualties reach four.
Women are severely susceptible to mental mayhems at some point in their lives if they have suffered some sort of sexual stabbing, stalking, rape or physical violence in intimate relationship, claims a traumatizing study conducted by Australian researchers.
The findings can be found in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
People have heard of many diets, like low-cal diet, and many more which help in reducing weight, but according to the new research done by the researchers at University of Maastricht in Netherlands, Mediterranean diet helps people to live extra 15 years. But the condition is that a person has to combine three other factors like keeping a tab on the weight, stop smoking, and to do physical activities.
A midwife devoted to Christianity has sued hospital authorities over banning her wearing scrub dresses in theater.
Mrs. Areole, 45, filed a suit against Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust for racial discrimination and harassing her by restricting her to wear scrub dress while Muslim midwives are still allowed to wear hijabs and tops.
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