Kronic, a cannabis substitute sold in Invercargill shops, is raising concerns among Southland police. The schoolchildren are smoking the pre-rolled ‘joints’ and getting stoned. Two parents spoke out this week about the easy availability of the product.
Haiti aid agencies said that they are fearing the spread of the suspected new cases of cholera to reach the Capital Port-au-Prince. It may mean that the epidemic is slowly closing in on the capital.
Very soon there maay be an in-home mammogram aand DIY breast scanner available for women who want to test themselves at home. A University of Manchester Professor is on the verge of developing a very light and portable scanner which is going to be very user friendly and painless. This will serve the prupose of detecting the presence of breast cancer tumorss in real time.
A new nasal mist flu vaccine has been brought into the market in Canada this week on Thursday which now provides an alternate treatment to those who are scared of getting themselves injected with the vaccine that was available earlier.
The United States had this nasal mist in the market for almost seven years already and now there will be no prescription required for these vaccines at pharmacies.
The latest case of an Israeli woman detected to be infected with a superbug lead to a massive controversy and authors claimed that people of foreign origin receiving treatment in India developed antibiotic resistance.
This October was celebrated as the National Breast Cancer Awareness month and one of the specialists on the matter has now offered breast cancer survivors few tips on what they could be doing to get back in line with normal routine and maintain a good healthy life.
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