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Breaking News: Bird Flu research stopped for 60 days to analyze associated risks
Posted by: Wendy Zachary

Rotterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2012-07-26 19:38:16 -0700 | health-news

Researches stopped their studies amid making of a lethal strain of bird flu virus over concerns that it could be potentially dangerous due to its ability of being used as a weapon in bioterrorism. In a letter published by the...
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Posted by: Debbie Nicholson

Rotterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2012-07-28 01:51:16 -0700 | health-news

Routine mammograms lowering risk of death from breast cancer almost by 50% Researchers from Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands new study reveals that routine mammograms can reduce risk of death from breast cancer and routine screening also decreases the...
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Posted by: sslamat90

Rotterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2012-03-04 07:30:10 -0800 | health-news

A virus with the potential to kill up to half the world’s population has been made in a lab. Now academics and bioterrorism experts are arguing over whether to publish the recipe, and whether the research should have been done...
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Posted by: Debbie Nicholson

Rotterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2013-07-01 16:07:47 -0700 | health-news

Hoodia the fat burning supplement is pulled as it has no impact but tons of side effects The plug is being pulled on Hoodia after spending $25 million dollars in development efforts. A clinical trail had demonstrated that this fat...
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Breaking News: Measuring coronary calcium is not always useful: study
Posted by: ZohaibAnwer

Rotterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2012-04-10 15:32:54 -0700 | health-news

NEW YORK - Computed tomography (CT) of the coronary arteries to determine the risk of heart disease in men would be useful, but would not be cost-effective in women. That's according to a study, with a computer simulation, we compared...
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Breaking News: Swimming increases cancer risk
Posted by: Munna1721

Rotterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2012-04-10 07:21:39 -0700 | health-news

ROTTERDAM - Too much swimming, or even often jump in the shower or bath diving, the risk of developing bladder cancer increased, health experts warn. Carcinogenic chemicals called Trihalomethanes (THM), a byproduct of chlorinated water can be absorbed through the...
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Source: Mail Online UK

Rotterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2014-04-08 20:03:08 -0700 | health-news

The extra chance of developing atrial fibrillation is as high as 84 per cent, Dutch researchers say. The condition a leading cause of first-time strokes means the upper chambers of the heart are out of rhythm and beat much faster...
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Source: NewKerala

Rotterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2014-03-28 06:44:49 -0700 | health-news

Researchers have estimated that sexual dysfunction affects between 40 and 100 percent of patients who undergo cancer treatment...The emotional and physical consequences of lung cancer, as well as the impact of treatments, can all affect sexuality, he said.
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