Mother Cherished with blood Donors Help

blood-DonorsJoanna Ginter cherishes the assistance extended by blood donors who helped save the life of her daughter Esme last December. Esme was born 14 weeks premature after Ginter had a fatal complication during pregnancy.

Esme was in an urgent need of eight blood transfusions in order to survive. Ginter met with blood donors recently and extended thanks.

Black Tea Helps in Better Digestion of Fondue

Black-TeaGroup of researchers in Switzerland and Germany will be soon finding a better beverage that will help in the digestion of fondue. Fondue, is a dish made by melting cheese.

Man Lands Up In Hospital after Consuming Legal Party Pills

Party-PillsA legal party pill recently affected a Canterbury man to such an extent that it led to brain haemorrhage in a 21 year old.

Andy Hall, owner of Boots 'n' All told that the products which contain dimethylamylamine (DMAA) have been made available in his store since a year a now, but has never received any complaint against it.

Light Exercises Can Help You In Keeping a Check on your Flab: Experts

Light-ExercisesThe holiday season happens to be that time of the year when calories just keep piling on and that trimmed belly you have worked on throughout the year ends up with a bulge by the end of the year. Though, health experts say that these weight gains are very easy to maintain and only a little effort can go in burning away the party blues.

Three New Members Inducted in the PTAC of Pharmac

PharmacPharmac will be a host to three new members, after the Director-General of Health Andrew Bridgman appointed Derelie Mangin, Melissa Copland and Christina Cameron to the Pharmacology and Therapeutics Advisory Committee of the agency responsible for the funding of drugs in the country. The key function of the committee is to provide suggestions to Pharmac on the funding of medicines.

UK the Worst Performer in an Index of Countries Ranked for Cancer Survival

breast-cancerThe survival rates for the four most common types of cancer remain to be the worst in the UK when compared to a group of other developed nations. The finding has come after a study was conducted that compared the cancer survival rates in countries like Australia, Canada, Denmark, the UK, Norway and Sweden.

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