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24 million children have no access to vaccines

Thu Oct 22, 12:13 / comments: 0
Vaccination rates are now at their highest level, even if millions of children remain excluded from this progress, particularly in the poorest countries
24 million children from the poorest countries have no access to vaccines, according to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF and the World Bank.
 

The GBL, a fashionable trend that has devastating effects

Wed Oct 21, 15:18 / comments: 0
Gamma-Butyrolactone (GBL): the relatively safe use may result in coma
Fashionable in recreational places, the GBL is not a prohibited substance, used as a solvent in industry, but its misuse can have devastating effects.
 

The "failure" affects sexual self-confidence

Tue Oct 20, 00:18 / comments: 0
Nine out of ten men think that lack of sexual confidence adversely affects other aspects of their life (social, professional, family), according to a survey conducted in 12 European countries.
 

Almost 4% of adults worldwide use cannabis

Sun Oct 18, 00:18 / comments: 0
A cannabis plant
Almost 4% of adults worldwide use cannabis despite the adverse effects that this drug can have on health, according to an article published in the British medical journal The Lancet dated Saturday.
 

Smoking bans reduce cardiac risk from passive smoking

Sat Oct 17, 21:22 / comments: 0
According to the U.S. federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),passive smoking costs the lives of nearly 46,000 Americans a year
Smoking bans in public places are effective in reducing the risk of heart attack and cardiovascular disease related to passive smoking, confirmed a report by the U.S. Institute of Medicine.
 

Our ten favorite excuses for not making love

Fri Oct 16, 18:13 / comments: 0
The men simulate more often than women?
According to a British poll, the "not tonight, I have a headache" in third position. More intriguing still: the men simulate more often than women.
 

Surgeon tired? Risk is on the increase

Thu Oct 15, 21:14 / comments: 0
The issue of fatigue after the night work and the risk it poses has been studied for a long time
The issue of fatigue after the night duty (but why only the night duty, a big party should produce the same result) and the risk it poses has been studied in the past, but especially among the boarders.
 

Does your neighbor wash his hands?

Thu Oct 15, 18:37 / comments: 0
64% of women wash their hands after visiting the toilet. This may seem a little, but only 32% of men answered yes to the question
Handwashing with soap is the most effective and cheapest way to prevent infectious diseases: most respiratory infections (and of course the H1N1 flu), diarrhea and others.
 

Electromagnetic waves are good for business?

Thu Oct 15, 12:21 / comments: 0
The effectiveness of anti-wave devices must be evaluated and brought to the public
Electropollution offers equipment and gadgets devoted to its detection. It is necessary to prove their effectiveness, though.
 

Dow Live Earth Run for Water

Wed Oct 14, 18:13 / comments: 0
People should know about the crisis related to the shortage of drinking water
A global race will take place April 18, 2010 in 192 countries around the world.
 

Breastfeeding is essential to child survival

Sun Oct 11, 15:25 / comments: 0
There is nothing better than breastfeeding to give the child a healthy start in life
 

Pregnant woman is smoking "for two"

Sun Oct 11, 00:05 / comments: 0
For every cigarette mother smokes per day, the child weighs 20 to 30 grams less at birth
The placenta is "porous". Cigarette smoke contains carbon monoxide that enters the bloodstream of the mother, stays there for 4 to 6 hours, and manages to get to fetus through the umbilical cord.
 

Mushrooms: The keys to a successful harvest

Sat Oct 10, 07:55 / comments: 0
Poisoning prevention requires accurate identification of the specimen. You should never use a product for which there is any doubt.
 

Who are the best and worst lovers?

Fri Oct  9, 18:30 / comments: 0
A survey just published a list of the worst and best lovers in the world
 

Rabies kills one person every ten minutes

Fri Oct  9, 03:05 / comments: 0
The vaccination is recommended for all those who have a high risk of exposure to rabies
Rabies kills 55,000 people a year worldwide, one person every ten minutes as an average. Tn the majority of cases the victims are children of Asia and Africa
 

World Day of Mental Health

Thu Oct  8, 15:11 / comments: 0
Suicide is often the result of a serious mental illness that was not diagnosed or treated
The World Mental Health attracts public attention on mental health issues. It focuses this year on suicide, which is the main cause of premature death.
 
 
 
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