As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the women in Ireland have outweighed men in the country when it comes to smoking. Increasingly women are being diagnosed with tobacco related lung cancer. If reports are to be believed, then there are more women who are suffering from lung cancer than men being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Since the last six decades ago, doctors have mainly considered that women, on a broader sense, have all the eggs they can ever have right from their birth. Moving forward on the same lines, scientists from Harvard University are now daring that long-running dogma, claiming that they have found that the ovary of young women are capable of harboring very uncommon stem cells which are easily capable of developing fresh eggs.
As per reported information, it has been revealed that the compound accountable for bad breath may well offer deep effectiveness in speeding up the progression of stem cells, starting from dental pulp down all the way to a variety of ultra-significant and precious medications for patients.
It has been recently revealed that raw milk is a source of infection. Drinking raw milk has been frowned upon since a long time now, but the actual height of risk of the same is sometimes unknown to people. In a recent study conducted, it has been revealed that raw milk is about 150 times more harmful than pasteurized milk, according to exact figures.
It has been uncovered by a recent report that female patients tend to die more in number of a heart attack as compared to males. The reason behind the same is their failure to recognize symptoms related to heart attacks and get immediate treatment for the same.
A study recently published in the journal Pediatrics & Therapeutics is suggesting that the name and definition of PANDAS should be changed when it occurs on a broader platform as it starts developing even from infections some times.
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