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Almost 1,199 people saved by NHS Wales campaign

Almost 1,199 people saved by NHS Wales campaignThe health officials from Wales have said their campaign which was launched with an aim of saving at least 1,000 lives has more than achieved its aim and has saved at least 1,199 lives till now in the last two years.

Their records list a minimum of 1,199 people whose lives have been saved by the campaign which was started two years ago which was launched on sheer initiative.

The vomiting bug of winters to affect two million British citizens

NHS DirectAs per the official data released from the NHS Direct and the Health Protection Agency almost 12 hospital wards have been forced to shut down already as a result of the first two weeks of outbreaks in November.

These outbreaks in hospitals were considerably lesser by a quarter in the last four months in comparison to last year probably because of a lesser sever winter season.

Some South African Smokers Taking Concoction of AIDS Drug and Marijuana

Some South African Smokers Taking Concoction of AIDS Drug and MarijuanaAs per the officials and the health experts, some people in South Africa are taking marijuana along with the AIDS drugs and there have been stealing incidences, where AIDS drugs have been taken away from patients there to mix them with marijuana, so as to puff the mixture.

Experts Raise Concerns about Rising Cases of Sickle Cell Anaemia

Experts Raise Concerns about Rising Cases of Sickle Cell AnaemiaOn Monday, experts during an international meeting expressed concern about the rising cases of patients affected with a blood disorder called sickle cell anaemia due to lack of awareness about the disease.

Indian Scientists Develop Cheap Dental Implant

Indian Scientists Develop Cheap Dental ImplantA new cost-effective dental implant has been developed by a crew of Indian dentists that could reduce the cost associated with dental treatment by over 60%.

The new titanium-based implant does not alone provide replacement of the lost teeth, but also makes one chew by as much force as they could do with their natural teeth, as told by Professor Mahesh Varma, the lead researcher.

High medical bills Reason For Soaring Poverty Rates: WHO

 WHORecent figures are suggesting that high illness and medical bills are throwing over 100 million people into poverty every year, outlined the World Health Organization.

Besides, in some countries, over 5% of the people are forcefully pushed below the poverty line every year because of soaring health service bills.

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