For the very first time, in the New Zealand, a report is being complied to gauge as to why people die at the time of surgery. The report is being compiled by the Perioperative Mortality Review Committee (POMRC).
It is estimated that about 4,000 to 5,000 patients succumb to death in New Zealand. It has been informed that the report is being complied by using the data of various surgeries conducted from 2005 to 2009.
The toll of cases confirmed for whooping cough has spiked up rapidly over 500 no further this year, marking a massive escalation as compared to the 74 cases confirmed till the same time during 2011.
It seems like women in New Zealand are highly infatuated with the condition of their weight, with around three in every four women expressing eagerness on losing a minimum of five kilograms.
The reports have been claimed be after analysis of a novel survey.
A team of researchers at the Otago University in New Zealand claims that a bacterium namely Campylobacteriosis has however been found to decline. But, the same has been the cause of several cases of Guillain-Barré Syndrome in the nation, says a latest report.
A recent study carried out by a team of researchers from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minnesota has revealed that the best way to treat neck pain is to perform some light exercises under the guidance of a qualified chiropractor.
Toilet yoga could prove highly beneficial for office workers, suggests a yoga teacher who herself is an employee in an organization. Continuous sitting in office for several hours makes the body stiff and seize, toilet yoga unlike its name, could bring a major change in lives and health, says a recent report.