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Infants’ Catch Whooping Cough More From Siblings, Less From Mom: Study

Whooping Cough

In a new study it is found infants are less to catch whooping cough from moms than from siblings. Researchers have also found a way how to protect this. Prior to the finding it was always assumed moms were the common source of infection for infants. Infants face greatest risk from whooping cough and sometimes it lead to death too, ...

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Study Finds Affordable Way To Treat Heart Disease

heart disease

In one of the new studies recently it was found aggressive treatment of blood pressure may help in reducing the risk of heart disease, kidney disease and other related systolic BP targets. The study was titled Sprint and was wrapped up early, much ahead of the scheduled conclude time this year, as puzzled cardiologist questions was answered conclusively which have ...

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Air Pollution Linked To Premature Deaths: Study

Air Pollution

In one of the earlier studies it was revealed air pollution leads to early dying. Toxic chemical particles found within the air are reason for the demise. It could send an individual to an early grave. The study was led by Professor George Thurston and he said they have found growing body of evidence of harmful matter in the air ...

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Sleep Amnea Can Be Treated With CPAP Therapy: Study

sleep amnea

In one of the studies earlier made it was found sleep apnea is treatable and is very possible with the help of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). Let’s first understand what in fact is Sleep Apnea A person when stops breathing during sleep for few seconds, he or she come out of the deep sleep into light one and this ...

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Eating Dried Plums Help Reduce Colon Cancer Risk: Research

Colon Cancer

If you have eating dried plums frequently here’s a good news of relief for you. A study finds you may have reduce risk of colon cancer. The study was conducted by researchers from Texas A&M University and the University of North Carolina earlier. It reveals plums promote retention of beneficial gut bacteria in our body. Experts say as the dried ...

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Most Tanzanians Do Not Believe Magufuli Is A Dictator: Study

A new released survey titled ‘Democracy, Dictatorship and Demonstrations: What Do Citizens Really Think?’ reveals about 80 percent of people in the country wants the Opposition to accept their defeat in the October 2015 elections and thereafter must help the President John Magufuli government in the development process of Tanzania. Though small number, but 11 percent of the Tanzanians believe ...

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