According to a research, it has been discovered by scientists that the brains of men and women are naturally wired differently.
It is believed by researchers as they have deeply studied the structure of the brain of both the genders that females are better in multitasking as compared to their male counterparts.
On Tuesday, the donor countries of the world promised to donate $12 billion to the Global Fund in over three years to fight against diseases like AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The amount was too much than the fund took in at its last pledge conference that was held in the year 2010, but was below $15 billion it had hoped for.
Drinking water from plastic cups or bottles could be linked to migraines among people. Research proves the presence of a disputable 'gender-bending' chemical in synthetic packaging. This chemical may cause attacks.
According to a report, a new strategy has been formed to cut short the number of people committing suicide. A document has been formed, which describes the previous ways followed by Scottish government to maintain downward trend in number of people committing suicide from past 10 years.
A succeeding criminal inquiry regarding the death of a patient at scandal-hit Stafford Hospital is in progress. Ivy Bunn was 90 years old and died at the hospital in 2008.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has already put a trail on the Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust following the death of 66-year-old Gillian Astbury.
Medical experts in Britain have warned that blood and organ donations could be a symbol for a key source of the fatal Creutzfeldt Jakob brain disease because infected donations from carriers cannot be found.
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