Archive for May, 2013

Injection Of Stem Cell To The Brain Helps Stroke Patients

Clinical trial found five of the nine patients who suffered a stroke showed a slight recovery following a stem cell injection into their brains. Study, were surprised by the recovery in the small to medium scale. However, it is too early to conclude that the recovery is caused by the treatment or just a coincident. […]

Number Of Death Are Higher In Weekend Surgery

Patients who underwent surgery during the weekend are at a higher risk of death than those done at the beginning of the week. Researchers get the data after examining operating data collected from 2008 to 2011. This operation was planned before surgery, such as heart bypass to repair a hernia. Of 4 million surgeries in […]

Unchanged Bedsheet Could Cause Health Problems

Associated with the laziness of people in changing bedsheet, a pediatric allergist at the leading hospital warned that dirty bed linen can exacerbate a number of health problems. Pediatric allergist also said it best to keep the bedroom clean because we spend at least a third of our time in the day to sleep. The […]

The Correct Way To Care For Denture

Brushing dentures with a toothbrush complete with toothpaste, is a wrong step. Brush your denture just using a toothbrush with soft fur without toothpaste. Toothpaste contains substances that can scrape denture tooth. As it’s different from natural teeth, so it requires a different ways in keeping it clean. Substances in the toothpaste will make pores […]

Flu During Pregnancy Can Cause A Child To Have Bipolar

Pregnant women who are exposed to influenza during pregnancy could potentially cause the baby to have bipolar disorder. Babies who are born have the risk of developing bipolar disorder and are usually only detected in adolescence or early 20s. Bipolar is a mental illness that involves feelings of extreme disorder. Although a study did in […]

Aggressiveness In A Child Could Be Cause By Cigarette Smoke

Children who are exposed to smoke at an early age are more likely to grow up to be aggressive and antisocial. That’s regardless of whether their parents smoked while pregnant and have innate antisocial. This was revealed in a study of 2,055 children since their birth until the age of ten years. Researchers also asked […]

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