Health News Archive - July 15, 2012
Six months after Excedrin was pulled from store shelves as part of a recall, migraine patients face a difficult dilemma -- try to find an alternative or pay exorbitant prices online.
Salmonella enterica is a leading cause of diarrhea illness worldwide. Now researchers claim that the bacteria can be lessened by preparing foods on surfaces made with materials that contain some amount of the element copper, known as copper alloys.
According to a new report by the Commonwealth Fund, twenty percent of U.S. women (18.7 million) ages 19-64 were uninsured in 2010, up from 15 percent (12.8 million) in 2000.
An ongoing malpractice investigation centering on a Denver, Colorado oral surgeon has uncovered evidence that he reused syringes and needles, potentially putting thousands of patients at risk of contracting hepatitis or the HIV virus.
The tight pants lovingly known as "skinny jeans" might be a big fashion trend right now, but new research suggests that wearing them could pose a bevy of health risks, including low sperm count, urinary tract infection, abdominal comfort and heartburn.
Edinburgh Airport Parking records record weekly sales as huge numbers of Edinburgh natives jet off to quieter realms. (PRWEB) July 15, 2012 The city’s
Now Marketing is Made Easy with New Business Card Designs. (PRWEB) July 15, 2012 Sharper Cards is proud to announce the addition of new business card
Swimming pool workout information is now available for free for those who are interested in adding this healthy sport to their daily fitness routine. Birmingham,
Garmin fenix has just been announced as Garmin's outdoor adventure watch that is an (ABC) altimeter, barometer,
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- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.