The use of CT Scan for children at risk

From the news reported by Reuters said that a new study shows that across the United States Department of Health, the percentage of adult patients who were diagnosed appendicitis using CT Scans  increase from only 6 percent in 1996, to 69 percent, in 2006. In fact, according to Dr. Daniel Tsze, a principal investigator of the study stated that the CT Scan has some risks espe...
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Red meat may increase the risk of diabetes

In a study conducted by experts at the Harvard School of Public Health found that consumption of red meat may increase risk of diabetes. Two slices of steak, hot dogs or ground beef which is presented in the form of meals consumed significantly can cause this. The results of these studies is the results of laboratory tests of the largest of its kind, which is also published in ...
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Research on mosquito to treat malaria

British scientists say they have found a way to stop the spread of malaria in a unique way, namely by creating mosquitoes that have no sperm. Researchers at London's Imperial College said, they found that the female mosquito mating with a male mosquitoes whose genes have been changed, which does not remove sperm produce infertile eggs that do not produce offspring. The scien...
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Tips to heal the hurt

Not infrequently, bad things can happen in our lives, including love. One of them is hurt. Pain is a signal that tells us, that there are things that must be repaired, and attention. Emotional pain is also almost the same as other types of pain, the body's way of telling if we need help. When our hearts are sore, and affect the whole of our lives, it means time to treat the ...
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