Experts Advised Not To Get Diagnosed With Mental Illnesses

Experts Advised Not To Get Diagnosed With Mental Illnesses

Whenever someone gets sad or a little bit depressed, they search for such things online, and they get to know these things are called depression, anxiety, and even OCD. According to the vice president of Comprehensive Healthcare, it’s not okay to get diagnosed oneself with mental health disorders. Experts said that nowadays, people who don’t know anything about depression, anxiety, OCD are trying to get themselves connected with such scarier problems about which the majority of them don’t even know. The issues of mental illness are one of the serious…

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A child suffering from Measles visited public places while contagious

A child suffering from Measles visited public places while contagious

A child suffering from measles visited public places and Randall Children’s hospital while contagious. According to health officials, the unvaccinated child contracted measles earlier this month after traveling overseas. A child returned through the Portland international airport after traveling to a different country with measles. He visited public areas like PDX and Randall children hospital during his measles outbreak. The child was at Portland international airport on Thursday, 14 Nov. Then, the child visited peace health Southwest Medical center Vancouver on the same day. The child then visited Randall children…

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After Breast Cancer Treatment, Survivors Deal With Other Health Complications

After Breast Cancer Treatment, Survivors Deal With Other Health Complications

A new study has claimed that women after breast cancer treatment are at increased risk of being diagnosed with heart-related diseases. Experts say heart attack, stroke, and other infections are common complications, which survivors deal with after the treatment. Researchers have followed 754270 women in the US, who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. These women have been observed for an average of 15 years. The findings of the analysis show that cancer is the most common cause of death in the first decade of the diagnosis. However, after 10…

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Hospital of primary children launches center with cutting-edge genetical technologies.

Hospital of primary children launches center with cutting-edge genetical technologies.

When the Lewises welcomes their first daughter, Blakely, in 2011, Elliot Lewis, the mother recalled that by all accounts her daughter was a perfectly healthy baby. Within the first two months, she struggled to meet her vegetative milestones like lifting her head during tummy time, and the baby was not putting enough wait. Her pediatrician assured the parents by telling them that babies grow at their own pace, and there is nothing to worry about it. But the Lewis family was still concerned. The couple went to the University of…

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Scientists Found a New Drug Which Treats Breast Cancer Like a Guided Missile

Scientists Found a New Drug Which Treats Breast Cancer Like a Guided Missile

The latest breakthrough in finding a cure for treating breast cancer can be a game-changer. Probably, in the current year, more than 265,000 people across the U.S. will be diagnosed with the disease. But there is always a ray of hope which might change the way to treat breast cancer. On Wednesday, doctors have reported incredibly good results from tests of two experimental medications. The drug has offered the best results in women having a severe type of breast cancer that had spread broadly in the body. Besides this, it…

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Japanese researchers found more risk of cancer by even light drinking

Japanese researchers found more risk of cancer by even light drinking

In a new study of Japanese researchers, they have found a connection between lifelong drinking to an increased risk of cancer. Even light alcohol for a lifetime can be harmful to an individual. On Monday, in the journal of cancer, data of the last ten years has been published. It shows research on tracking the health of patients across Japan who had hospitalized. This data is on various parameters. Patients were asked about their diet, drinking habits, as well as how much they drink daily and how long they had…

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Antibiotic-Resistant Infections Lead to The Death of Many Americans

antibiotic-resistant infections lead to the death of many americans

The public is dying in the United States from antibiotic-resistant infection. According to United States health department, the superbugs are expected to grow and spread. The U.S center for disease control and prevention issued its first comprehensive report into negative health and threat in six years. Accordingly, it was declared that 2.8 million antibiotic-resistant infections arise every year. In 2013 the CDC study estimated that two million Americans were infected by the so-called superbug every year which lead to 23,000 deaths. The 2013 CDC report propelled the nation towards critical…

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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

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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