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Micropacemaker to treat foetus with heart block
Micropacemaker to treat foetus with heart block
Reported in the journal Heart Rhythm, the micropacemaker has been designated a Humanitarian Use Device by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
Drinking raw milk ups food-borne illness risk
Drinking raw milk ups food-borne illness risk
Raw milk has become more popular in recent years. Advocates believe that raw milk, which contains more natural antibodies, proteins and bacteria than pasteurised milk, is healthier, cleaner, tastes better and reduces lactose intolerance and allergies in certain people.
Beware! High-fat diet can alter your behaviour
Beware! High-fat diet can alter your behaviour
The findings published in the journal Biological Psychiatry suggest that even those who are not obese should avoid fatty foods to stave of diet-induced psychiatric disorders.
Drink up
Drink up
Milk is just what your brain ordered
A shoe thing
A shoe thing
Running barefoot may increase injury risk in older, more experienced athletes, finds a study.
Focus On Yourself
Focus On Yourself
We women tend to neglect ourselves. Our family, home, children, and parents – everyone is above us.
Eight oils that can heal your body
Eight oils that can heal your body
Using an adequate amount of the right kinds of fats and oils can play a pivotal role in slowing down the ageing of your body.
HIV can spread to brain in four months: Study
HIV can spread to brain in four months: Study
The findings stress the importance of routine HIV testing to catch the infection as early as possible to allow the prompt initiation antiretroviral therapy.
Ebola more deadly for young children: Study
Ebola more deadly for young children: Study
As of March 2015, nearly 4,000 children under 16 have been affected by Ebola in the current epidemic, around a fifth of all confirmed and probable cases, according to the WHO.
Indian doctors successful in tackling  tuberculosis
Indian doctors successful in tackling tuberculosis
Weighing just 35 kg (77 lbs), shunned by his relatives and friends and in extreme pain due to the side effects of a cocktail of medicines, 40-year-old Pal spent weeks in bed.
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