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Body Type and Eating Habits Depict Health in Older Childhood

Body Type and Eating Habits Depict Health in Older ChildhoodA group of researchers from the University Of North Carolina School Of Medicine has unveiled a new truth in regard to obesity. They were of the view that older obese children aged between 9 and 17 eat less than their healthy peers, but then also they remain obese.

World Suicide Prevention Day Aims At Reducing Suicidal Rates

World Suicide Prevention Day Aims At Reducing Suicidal RatesThe World Health Organization has set Monday as World Suicide Prevention Day, which will be reminder for all that they have to deploy certain measures and actions to decrease suicidal rates.

Figures revealed by the WHO affirm that every day as many as 3,000 people commit suicides. National Institute of Mental Health exclaims that suicides are the 10th main cause of deaths in the US.

US Naval Medical Research Centre to fund Wonder Drug

US Naval Medical Research Centre to fund Wonder DrugA research which was rejected by the Australian Government is now being funded by the US Naval Medical Research Centre, Maryland. The research is being carried out by researchers from James Cook University and is being led by Dr. Geoffrey Dobson.

Robotic Glove with Sensors Easiest Method to Detect Breast Cancer

Robotic Glove with Sensors Easiest Method to Detect Breast CancerA robotic glove has now been developed by a team of researchers at the Singularity University in California, which as per a latest report, would very easily detect breast cancer and could be used by patients themselves.

Philadelphia shows tremendous decline in obesity rates among schoolchildren

Philadelphia shows tremendous decline in obesity rates among schoolchildrenIn the past four years, obesity rates among school children in Philadelphia have fallen significantly according to reports. Steps have been taken to fight this epidemic called obesity that has engulfed the whole nation.

New study reveals better chances of survival for cancer patients who live with someone

?  New study reveals better chances of survival for cancer patients who live with someoneA study by The University of Maryland team said that being married or living with someone improves the chances of survival of patients suffering from lung cancer.

The team studied 168 patients suffering from the most common type of cancer, that is advanced non-small cell lung cancer who were treated between 2000 and 2010.

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