As School Reopens, It Brings Asthma and Allergy Flare-Ups for Kids

As School Reopens, It Brings Asthma and Allergy Flare-Ups for Kids

The schools will soon reopen in late August, and kids will be back to their routines. But, the fall will not only be the start of schools but also increased flare-ups of allergies and asthma in kids. This is one of the challenges to be kept in mind by parents. According to Dr. Todd Mahr, President of the American College of Allergy, asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI), there is an increase in kids’ visits for asthma and allergies due to various factors. Hospitals witness what’s known as ‘September Spike’ due to…

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According to research, bumblebee medicine is founded in heather shrub

According to research, bumblebee medicine is founded in heather shrub

The group of researchers from the University of London investigated numerous plants for its medicinal properties. They research and tested a wide range of nectar from nearly about 17 plants for its therapeutic effects on several parasites in the gut of bumblebees. This including ivy, clover, dandelion, and others. Bumblebee is also known as bumblebee or humble-bee. Currently, there are nearly 250 species in the genus Bombus. It belongs to one of the bee families. They are found primarily in the higher altitudes or latitudes region of the Northern Hemisphere….

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In NY Unvaccinated Kids Will Not be permitted in school

In NY Unvaccinated Kids Will Not be permitted in school

New York state has become the United States fifth state which prohibited all nonmedical exemptions to vaccines. A new law passed on June 13, after the outbreaks of measles in one of the harshest states on vaccination in the country. On the occasion of school opening and the first day for the students in New York, the implementation of new law of vaccination has created chaos by anti-vaccination activists. According to the new law of vaccination, around 26,000 students have to start receiving vaccination within the first two weeks of…

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In high-income countries, cancer is the primary cause of death

In high-income countries, cancer is the primary cause of death

Global surveys of health trends released on Tuesday that Cancer now a day becomes the leading cause of deaths. This is observed especially in developed and rich nations. This is increasing at a much higher pace than heart disease across the globe. Heart disease is the leading cause of mortality. This is generally among middle-aged adults worldwide. This accounts for more than 40 percent of deaths across the globe. The study was conducted on more than 160,000 adults in high, middle, and low-income level countries globally. It is determined that…

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HIV cases in the UK have reduced considerably ever since 2000

HIV cases in the UK have reduced considerably ever since 2000

There has been a considerable decrease in the number of HIV cases in UK. A new diagnosis was taken this year, and it has been observed that UK has fallen to almost third place from 2015-2018. This data was published by Public Health England (PHE). The number has fallen from 6271 from 2015 to 4484 in 2018, which shows there is a decrease of 28% which is a remarkable mark since 2000. The diagnosis of HIV has been decreasing among bisexual people, gay and also heterosexual people. The most significant…

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