Little Kid Sets up Lemonade Stall to Help Raise Money for Father’s Treatment

Drew-CoxBizarre news, six-year old boy sets up lemonade stall to raise money for the treatment of his father suffering from cancer.

It has been reported that Drew Cox, Gladewater, Texas, boy opened up this lemonade stall on Saturday in front of his house in Liberty City. As per the findings, it has been discovered that the little boy charged 25 cents from everyone for each glass of lemonade.

New Blood Test for Determining Depression

Blood-TestIt has been recently revealed in a report that there has been the formation of a new type of blood test, which might be able to determine if a person is depressed. This is a very novel technology, which is unique in its own way.

Woman Kept In Mental Unit Even Though She Was Fit

DementiaIn a recent case, it was revealed that a woman had been unlawfully kept in the secure Dementia department for more than a year, even when she wasn’t mentally ill. This is why the healthcare providers are now going to have to pay a huge compensation to the woman due to the discomfort caused to her for such a long time.

Cancer Survival Rates Increasing In New Zealand

CancerIt has been recently revealed in a report that the cancer survival rates in New Zealand have become much better than they were before. It was revealed that the cancer survival rates in the country have become up to 25% better than they were in the recent past.

Red Wine Capable Of Avoiding Life Threatening Diseases, Say Researchers

Red Wine Capable Of Avoiding Life Threatening Diseases, Say ResearchersFat cells have caused a stir among the medical experts as they make people fat and prone of developing life threatening diseases. However, a recent study has found that red wine can help in reducing the level of fat cells from the body.

Obese Women at Higher Risk of Being Affected With Deadly Clots, Say Researchers

Obese Women at Higher Risk of Being Affected With Deadly Clots, Say Researchers A recent research conducted by the researchers of New Zealand and British Universities has found that obese women are at the stake of being affected with clots. For the researcher, the researchers analyzed the data of millions of women.

Are Electronic Health Records Safe and Secure or Not?

Electronic-Health-RecordsVery soon the Australian Health Records will be transformed into electronic health records. In this regard, some medical experts have brought into notice few risks that Australian Medical Health might face with this transformation. Such privacy and ongoing security concerns have been raised by them in an editorial published in the Medical Journal of Australia this week.

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