Health News Archive - November 04, 2011
Healthcare workers who wear gloves while treating patients are much less likely to clean their hands before and after patient contact.
A group of scientists at Brown University in Rhode Island discovered that the skin and eyes use the same molecular mechanism to protect themselves from the UV light.
When it comes to weight, new research shows your genes do not determine your fate, they can be overcome. According to new research, the genetic predisposition to obesity due to a gene called FTO can be substantially reduced by living a physically active lifestyle.
A new study shows older blood cancer patients should be able to receive stem cell transplants no matter what age group they are in– 60 to 64, 65 to 69 or 70 to 75.
Like something out of an apocalyptic movie where people search to rebuild a food supply, the U.S may be searching to find essential chemotherapy drugs.
Loneliness doesn’t just affect you emotionally; it can affect your health by keeping you awake at night.
A new Do-It-Yourself screen for cervical cancer could help prevent the disease in thousands of women who, for a number of reasons, cannot have a smear test.
Baby teeth are worth more than what the tooth fairy leaves under a child’s pillow. According to data from the U.S Centers for Disease Control for a five year period ending in 2004, it found that 28 percent of all children age two to five had decayed teeth, and 23 percent of those children were receiving no treatment for tooth decay.
Company Executives give credit to Field Force for flawless execution of the company's strategy. Grapevine, TX (PRWEB) November 04, 2011 For
Public Health Foundation Enterprises, (PHFE), recently elected new corporate officers and added two additional board members. (PRWEB) November 04, 2011
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