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1. BerriesAll berries are low in sugar and high in fiber. Blueberries have been shown to increase memory in lab studies, and raspberries and strawberries are loaded with ellagic acid, a powerful antioxidant that seems to
Tuberculosis, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and other diseases was the main topic discussed at the three-day Western Division turaga ni koro (village headmen) workshop at the Tubakula Beach resort. Nadroga/Navosa assistant Roko Rusiate Raidaveta
China Medical Association has launched a new appeal for the public and physicians due to abuse of antibiotics. The example given in this case is overwhelming: 60% of deaf children in the country it is because of misuse of streptomycin.
The Norwegian authorities have installed equipment reflectors in about two thousand reindeer, to avoid collision between animals and vehicles on snow. Annually, 500 reindeer die from such accidents, which are too many injuries.
The 2010 American's Health Rankings, released Tuesday by United Health Foundation, the American Public Health Association and Partnership for Prevention, put Massachusetts in second place, followed by New Hampshire. Mississippi was ranked as the
A rare bone disease is posing a health risk to about 170,000 residents in southwest China's Tibet region, a medical survey has found. At least 14,662 people have been diagnosed with Kaschin-Beck disease in Qamdo area, one of the most seriously
Abrazo Health Care finalized the purchase of Arizona Heart Institute today on the heels of announcing the acquisition of Arizona Heart Hospital earlier in the month. The independent cardiovascular specialty physician practice will join Abrazo Medical
Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office of the U.S. The SafeTraK Lane Departure Warning technology contributed significantly to improved driver's road awareness, helping to keep drivers within their lane." SafeTraK system will greatly
The researchers said that drinking three cups of tea a day can prevent heart attacks and strokes. Reviews of new shows black or green tea regularly can reduce the risk of heart problems by 11 percent, as quoted by the Daily Mail.
What we should measure safety by rcentor on September 4, 2010 Readers know that I rant often about measuring the wrong things. I dislike most performance measures because of many issues that I have raised here. I am not against measurement, rather