Death of an Irishman has again warned the country and the medical professionals of the still existing legionnaire’s disease, which has recently claimed three lives.
The latest reported case is of Mr. Tom Keane, 66, who contracted the disease in a US hotel, where he stopped to take a meal while he was on holidays in Chicago.
As per reports, it has been revealed that the most common places to lose mobile phone are coffee shops, offices, bars and restaurants. A survey was carried out by mobile security software firm `LookOut', and it ended up revealing that the total cost of stolen mobile phones in the US is $30 billion.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed by experts that ultra-sterile environment and air conditioning in spots such as hospitals may well prove immensely effective in contributing towards infections.
Friendly bacteria was discovered outdoors can be recruited for fending off the possibly lethal microbes that tends to formulate the biggest reason behind catching hospital-acquired infections.
It has been revealed in a recent report that eating healthy food might be able to help children suffering from ADHD. There isn't any particular diet suggested to be helpful in increasing a person's capacity to fight the ADHD, but there is some hint that Omega3 fatty acids, might seem to help the condition.
Philadelphia-based cable giant Comcast will soon allow its customers to reap the benefits of video calling through their TV sets, thanks to its partnership with world-renowned video calling service Skype.
Announced on the eve of Cable Show in Chicago, the service will require subscribers to have a high-quality video camera, an adaptor box, and a special remote control that will have texting capabilities.
Users will be allowed to utilize Skype’s full screen video calling as well as instant messaging.
With more and more of health insurances including dental provisions offered to the employees of a company, after a jaw-clenching recession for dentists, it is expected that in 2011, the oral health profession will get back to the grind.