A new study reveals that the consumption of many cruciferous vegetables as carrots and cabbage may help to reduce African women’s exposure to breast cancer.
Researchers of the Black Women's Health Study investigated the impact of fruit and vegetable consumption of African women on their risk of getting a very aggressive form of breast cancer.
Lida McIvor from New Zealand represents one of the receivers of the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) Medal at the annual 'You Deserve a Medal' ceremony in Auckland that is given to her for a highly inspirational inspirational life.
The survivor of German Labour Camps during the Second World War received the medal, handed over by Associate Minister for ACC, Pansy Wong.
The state's treasurer utters that two new Queensland gas projects would be a huge boost for the country if they gain federal government support on Friday.
On Friday afternoon Federal Environment Minister, Tony Burke is as a result of announcing whether the two projects - worth $30 billion - will be permitted.
Due to the manufacturing problems, a Denmark-based pharmaceutical Company is recalling its diabetes drugs for the second time.
The breakage or cracks found in the glass vials containing powder for diabetes injection led Novo Nordisk to start recalling its defective lot of GlucaGen HypoKit.
Oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum says that production cut down 11 percent in the third quarter contrasted to the same time previous year.
The sale of its stake in the Otway Gas Project in Victoria to Origin Energy was the main cause of fall in production.
Revenue from sales increases 15 per cent to $1.03 billion in the year to September accordingly to improved commodity prices.
As per a new report released on Friday, an increase of $40 million in the pharmaceutical spending resulted into noteworthy surge in the quantum of medicines in New Zealand.
In the year to 30 June 2010, Pharmac financed 20 new medicines and expanded availability of an additional 25 that proved helpful for 150,000 patients a year, as per Pharmac’s 2009-10 annual report. In the same period also, around 45 fresh investments were made by Pharmac.
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