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A 61-year-old expat diagnosed with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome has died in Qatar, theSupreme Council of Health has announced. The man is the third person in Qatar to have died from the virus, and the third expat to have contracted the illness. His passing comes less than a week after the SCH announced the man’s...

Neem Health Benefit

Neem is a magical tree and especially the neem leaves that are used for its medicinal properties. Neem oil that is extracted from neem seed cannot be consumed because of associated disadvantages but neem leaves can be taken internally. But do not consume these if you are pregnant or trying...
Getting started and staying motivated to exercise with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes takes some determination, but we'll show you how to do it—and keep exercise fun. Once you get that momentum going, you'll feel better, have more energy, and reap tons of health benefits. Experts say you...
Drinking a glass of grapefruit juice a day could dramatically increase the effectiveness of cancer drugs, according to a study. Patients who combined the fruit with a specific anti-cancer drug received the same benefits as they would have from taking more than three times of the medication by itself. Researchers from...
IT seems like the simplest of tasks, yet it seems most of us need a hand when it comes to washing one of our most used body parts. That's right, 95 per cent of us get an epic F for failure when it comes to washing our hands correctly. University of...
Thirty years ago, the polio virus was rampant in more than 120 countries, responsible for the paralysis of about 350,000 people each year. Today, there are only 12 documented cases of the disease in just two nations — and, according to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, this once-prevalent illness may be wiped...
The first patient fitted with an artificial heart has died 75 days after his transplant operation in December. The 76-year-old man died on Sunday, according to doctors at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital in Paris. The hospital added that the cause of his death could not be known for sure at...
While globalists like Bill Gates are feverishly working on ways to reduce  human population through vaccines, GMOs and abortions, an even more  effective population killer is now emerging: drug-resistant strains of  "gram-negative" bacteria: Superbugs. The global abuse of  antibiotics and the rise of drug-resistant superbugs has become an urgent issue ...
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Vaccination against hepatitis B seems to protect against the virus for 25 years, suggesting booster shots are unnecessary, according to a new study from Taiwan. "Universal vaccination in infancy provides long-term protection," Dr. Yen-Hsuan Ni, the study's lead author from the National Taiwan University in...
The world's first miniaturized kidney dialysis machine has saved the lives of eight babies in nine months, the Italian scientists who raised the money to build it said on Friday. Until now, babies with kidney failure were treated with machines built for adults, with smaller filters and other imprecise adaptations...
www.alrasub.com People seeking to get a tattoo should be picky about the parlor they have them done at, U.S. researchers say in the wake of a study that found a link between body art and Hepatitis C, the leading cause of liver cancer. According to the study, which appeared in the...
It is found that mixture of Honey and Cinnamon cures most of the diseases. Honey is produced in most of the countries of the world. Ayurvedic as well as Yunani medicine have been using honey as a vital medicine for centuries. Scientists of today also accept honey as a Ram Ban...
AFP - A Saudi man weighing 610 kilograms (1,344 pounds) was forklifted to hospital on Monday for medical treatment at the expense of the monarch to reduce his weight. Khaled Mohsin Shairi was flown from his southwestern hometown of Jizan to Riyadh on a specially-equipped plane , SPA state news agency...
HIV experts have issued a warning about sharing manicure equipment – after a 22-year-old fell ill after using a manicure sets she had borrowed from her cousin, who is HIV positive. The two cousins had shared manicure equipment for several years before the 22-year-old tested positive for HIV. Her younger sister...
Are humans the only beings capable of morality? What might be a workable definition of morality, anyway? Dale Peterson, author of The Moral Lives of Animals, posits that we consider morality an organ, similar to the way a nose can be defined as enabling the sense of smell. Thus, he...
A study discovered that people who have a gene linked with obesity may have a slightly lower risk of depression. Previous studies of families have found 40 percent of the risk of depression comes from genetics, the researchers said. As CBC News writes, in Monday's issue of the journal Molecular...
We all feel sad sometimes. Sadness is a normal emotion that can make life more interesting. Much art and poetry is inspired by sadness and melancholy. Sadness almost always accompanies loss. When we say goodbye to a loved one we usually feel sad. The sadness is even deeper if...
ABU DHABI // A US study suggesting people classified as overweight have a reduced risk of early death has UAE experts concerned that residents may use it as an excuse not to strive for better health. They say this is of particular concern in the Emirates, where World Health Organisation...
The globe is facing a "tidal wave" of cancer, and restrictions on alcohol and sugar need to be considered, say World Health Organization scientists. It predicts the number of cancer cases will reach 24 million a year by 2035, but half could be prevented. The WHO said there was now a...
Aboriginal AIDS activists in Canada say they are trying to lower the high rate of HIV infections among First Nations, Métis and Inuit people. The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network is launching a national awareness campaign in Winnipeg on Saturday — to coincide with World AIDS Day — with the goal...
Nowadays many adults and even children are suffering from blood sugar problems. It usually leads to diabetes which is a lifelong condition and it makes one’s health complicated to maintain. Due to the intake of an incorrect diet and lifestyle excesses, most people are falling prey to diabetes. In...
Back in 1996, when the Federal Communications Commission set a legal maximum on cellphone radiation, Motorola was touting its tiny $2,000 StarTac, the first clamshell phone and an early adopter of texting! Sixteen years later, cellphones—with 6 billion subscriptions worldwide and counting—have revolutionized how we communicate. The technology that powers...
Has your boss ever caught you looking at pictures of adorable kittens on the internet when you’re supposed to be working? If so, Japanese researchers may have provided you with the perfect excuse for putting off work and gawking at those cute little critters. A new study by psychologists at...
Here’s another reason to know your blood type — it might be a clue to your risk of heart disease. People who have blood types A, B, or AB have a slightly higher risk of heart disease compared to those with type O, the most common kind, according to a...
The issue is that you can cause more harm than good if you don’t do it right, and that can result in some pretty significant issues, like dryness, irritation and premature sagging and wrinkles. We asked Dr. Jeannette Graf, M.D., assistant clinical professor of dermatology at The Mount Sinai Medical...
Behavioral science is a term that refers to the study of how and why people people make the choices they do. Of particular interest to behavioral sciences is why sometimes those choices are neither healthy nor wise. For this reason, entities ranging from Ivy League universities to the U.S....
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's breathing problems have worsened and he is suffering from a "severe" new respiratory infection as he struggles to recover from cancer surgery, the government said in a somber medical update on Monday. The 58-year-old socialist leader has not been seen in public nor heard from in...
One ounce of raw almonds clocks in at 162 calories and 14 grams of fat. A snack pack of Oreo Thin Crisps contains 100 calories and a scant 2 grams of fat. Which is the better choice? Calories are Not Created Equal The fixation solely on calories and grams of fat...
People can be trained to forget bad memories, according to new research which could herald a breakthrough in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. A study published this month by psychologists at the University of St Andrews reveals that individuals can be taught to forget feelings associated with emotional memories. The...
Alleged irregularities have been found in the labelling of some of the food products marketed by yoga guru Ramdev'sDivya Yog Mandir Trust, Haridwar District Magistrate Sachin Kurve said on Wednesday. Citing a report of Rudrapur-based Food and Drug Testing Laboratory in this regard, he said irregularities have been found in...