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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-12-31 13:12:23 -0800 | health-news

Source Link Radiation levels continue to cause concern as plant operator's ability to deal with the situation is questioned. The Japanese government will take prompt, comprehensive steps to clean up the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant amid growing concerns about the...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-09-03 05:17:28 -0700 | health-news

The company Kanebo received 8.6 million complaints that after the use of its products for whitening the skin of people started having problems. The company is investigating the complaint and will pay compensation. On Wednesday, Kanebo has published the results...
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Breaking News: New form of X-Ray
Posted by: Purnima Mukherjee

Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-08-29 03:50:31 -0700 | health-news

In the field of medical diagnosis X-ray plays a very important part. X-ray is sometimes obligatory but controversies evolve around it. Many scientists opine that too much use of this technique may heighten the risk of getting affected by different...
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Breaking News: Severe hypoglycemia linked to higher risk of cardiovascular disease
Posted by: Debbie Nicholson

Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-08-02 05:03:35 -0700 | health-news

People with type 2 diabetes with severe hypoglycemia have a two-fold higher risk Severe hypoglycemia is a low blood sugar event resulting in stupor, seizure or unconsciousness during which someone else’s help is required. Meta-analyses of recent clinical trials indicated...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2014-03-24 00:59:40 -0700 | health-news

The group of experts the Japanese National Institute for Materials has developed a unique network of nanofibers that can be used to treat cancer. This was reported by the local media today. The resulting material consists of fibers the thickness...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-07-16 21:29:56 -0700 | health-news

At least 44 people have died since the beginning of July from heatstroke in Japan, in which more than a week goes unprecedented heat More than 13.5 thousand people were hospitalized, of whom more than 450 - in serious condition....
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-07-08 08:54:06 -0700 | health-news

One person died and 609 were hospitalized in Japan over the past weekend as a result of heat waves, which stands across the country, reported the news agency Kyodo. Forecasters fear that the worst is yet to come. Fatal case...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-08-24 16:05:32 -0700 | health-news

A team of scientists of the Ministry of Health of Japan announced the development of a vaccine against the flu as a patch. Plaster circular diameter of about one centimeter has approximately 250 microneedles, each of which consists of hyaluronic...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-06-24 00:31:16 -0700 | health-news

To avoid the use of surgery, doctors Japanese clinical trials were conducted with heavy particle irradiation in the treatment of breast cancer, a method used so far for other tumor types. "First of all, many women do not want to...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-06-24 10:48:50 -0700 | health-news

Tokyo - Researchers at Japanese universities of Waseda, Tokyo, and Hokkaido, north of the archipelago, has developed a chip that can detect influenza viruses with an accuracy up to 10,000 times greater than through conventional methods. Using this sensor, equipped...
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Breaking News: New Japanese Eyeball Licking Trend Causes Massive Pinkeye Outbreak
Posted by: GreatReporter

Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-09-30 16:03:03 -0700 | health-news

There is new news from the Japan.The latest trend comes in Asia.where young lovers are doing eyeball licking.they called this eyeball-licking trend "worming". According to the doctors and the health organizations says that students are putting their health is danger.this...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-06-20 07:22:08 -0700 | health-news

The Japanese Ministry of Health announced Tuesday that he no longer recommended vaccination against cervical cancer of the uterus, due to cases of "chronic pain" that could be related. This is an interim measure pending gather more data, the ministry...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-06-16 21:44:25 -0700 | health-news

Eyeball licking is the latest trend in Japan. It is a popular activity with children and teenagers. According to a June 15 report by The Inquisitr, eyeball licking can cause pink eye and it can even lead to blindness. The...
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Breaking News: Japan's oldest person in the world died 116 years old. Switched
Posted by: Jahanzebahmed

Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-06-14 18:44:00 -0700 | health-news

TOKYO Guinness Book of World Records as having the title of world's oldest person died at the age of 116 switched Japanese citizen. According to a statement issued by the Government of Japan jrumn Kimura, Kyoto, Japan, on Wednesday died...
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Tōkyō :: Japan | updated 2013-05-24 01:08:50 -0700 | health-news

Doctors have warned that drug-resistant strains of gonorrhea may have more severe disease and are encouraging members of the U.S. Congress to spend $ 54 million for the development of drugs to fight it. "This could be a lot worse...
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