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Kids Getting Drunk With Hand Sanitizer: Study

November 11, 2017 11:27 pm0 comments
Kids Getting Drunk With Hand Sanitizer: Study

It is time for alert if your child use hand sanitizer. Yes, a six-year-old Nhaijah Russeell was reported to have swallowed about four squirts of it at school and she liked it as the taste was like a strawberry flavor. Well, there is more shocking to this. She had to […]

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US Kids Eat Tons Of Fast Food: Study

November 7, 2017 11:26 pm0 comments
US Kids Eat Tons Of Fast Food: Study

Obesity is the new concern for many kids in the US. A new report reveals 12 percent of them get calories from fast-food restaurants. One earlier report revealed a figure of 11 percent for adults. It is reported by National Center for Health Statistics about one-third of the kids eat […]

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Listeria Flourishes On Caramel Apples If Stored In Room Temperature: Study

October 18, 2017 12:24 pm1 comment
Listeria Flourishes On Caramel Apples If Stored In Room Temperature: Study

Researchers say caramel-coated apples may be delicious, but it can be danger to eat too. It becomes contaminated with Listeria if put on a stick and stored at room temperature. It is suggested to eat them fresh or to store in fridge if wanted to safe eating. The study adds […]

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Human Ancestors Slept Less Than 8 Hours Yet Lived Healthy: Study

October 16, 2017 11:40 pm0 comments
Human Ancestors Slept Less Than 8 Hours Yet Lived Healthy: Study

We usually bargain to sleep for eight hours a night. Sometimes we even bargain to take a nap during the day time. However, a new study finds our ancestors didn’t sleep for so long and even didn’t take nap most of the days, and yet they lived a healthy life. […]

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Antibiotics Increases Potency Of Superbug MRSA

October 14, 2017 2:22 pm3 comments
Antibiotics Increases Potency Of Superbug MRSA

In a new study researchers have found antibiotics may make the Superbug MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) stronger. In lab test the mice were seen getting sticker with anti-MRSA injections. Antibiotics are commonly used to treat MSRA, but lately those are found to cause staph infections (bacterium Staphylococcus aureus), which is […]

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Reducing Blood Pressure To Aggressive Level Could Save Lives From Heart Disease

October 12, 2017 2:26 pm0 comments
Reducing Blood Pressure To Aggressive Level Could Save Lives From Heart Disease

If blood pressure could be controlled more aggressively, heart disease and stroke of millions of Americans could be avoided, says a new study. Researchers have found if the systolic blood pressure could be driven to levels far below the current guidelines, which means less than 120 and not just of […]

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