In a recent report, it has been revealed that a condition that arouses blindness is rising, and if statistics are to be believed, it may rise by a third till the onset of the year 2020. This blindness is due to age related macular degeneration, also known as AMD. This is one of the largest reasons for people losing their sight in the western part of the world.
Recently a study has discovered that in the present scenario, the lifestyle of young adults has become so bad that most of them are at a higher risk of stroke and heart attack. The reason behind this is that hectic schedule and poor management of time leads to tension and stress in their life which further results in high blood pressure and then other lethal diseases.
It is one of the extremely propel of approaches involved in the so-called controversial and neatly notorious suggestions made by the British Medical Association (BMA) as per which in excess of 1,000 people are not allowed to die every year since the nation is reportedly handicapped against an acute and chronic scarcity of organs.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that scientists have taken yet another step to get closer to develop eco friendly robot. A group of scientists at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory is the one which has gained success as they have developed a robot which not only consumes organic matter to get power, but excretes as well like human.
While there is no doubt that men do have their share of health concerns, premature hair loss seems to be topping the list. Catering to the same lingering concerns, a new technique has been developed by HIS (Hair-Ink-Skin). It could be done in the form of hair tattoos.
Sprawling out plans meant for transferring Gloucestershire community care services to another firm based on community interest have brought into light an extremely treacherously and unanswerable perceptive of social enterprise prevailing among people all over the region.
Peter Holbrook, the CEO of Social Enterprise UK, today clarified his point that NHS Gloucestershire may perhaps decide to call off its plans of handing over community care services to the firm known as “Gloucestershire Care Services CIC”.
Good News USA
- Vodafone NZ’s new ‘Red Home’ packages will offer UFB and 150 TV channels
- Vodafone NZ’s full-year profit plunged by more than two-thirds to $56 million
- Vodafone adding 34 European countries to ‘AU$5 per day’ international roaming option
- Telstra launches its new ‘Every Day Connect Data Share Packages’
- Voyager signs “multimillion-dollar deal” with submarine cable group Hawaiki