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Poverty can Quicken the Ageing Process: Study

Genetics, lifestyle and environment are all factors that somehow influence when and how we all age. The researchers have tested 5,500 middle-aged persons, using various ageing markers: physical capability, cognitive…

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Rare Tumour Removed from 7-month-old Baby

The patient Abhir Mondal, a premature baby, had a very large abdominal swelling, which his father noticed when he was only two-months old. After initial treatment in Kolkata, the family…

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Few Peanut Allergy Patients Tolerate Peanut after Immunotherapy

Peanut allergy is one of the most common food allergies in the United States. Though previous studies have shown that OIT can desensitize patients and prevent life-threatening allergic reactions, the…

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New Technology Makes Biopsies Less Invasive Developed

A biopsy, which involves removing a small amount of tissue from the body, is the main way for doctors to diagnose most cancers. While less invasive biopsy procedures are preferred,…

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World First Aid Day: ‘First Aid and Road Safety’

The key goals of First Aid can be succinctly summarized in the acronym '3 Ps', which are highlighted below:Another set of goals for keeping a badly injured person alive is…

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