When someone is suffering from any life-threatening disease, attentions from caring people are naturally directed to the sufferer. That is just normal as the patient is at high risk of getting depressed. Recent study of men having partners diagnosed with breast cancer or died of it, however, showed that risk of depression among men can [...]
Monthly Archives: September 2010
In the hopes of completely eradicating rabies, the world is observing the 2010 World Rabies Day on the 28th of September. Co-sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Alliance for Rabies Control (ARC), the event highlights the impact of human and animal rabies. It promotes effective way of preventing and stopping the [...]
OBJECTS of BEAUTY and DREAD Royal College of Surgeons Visual Exploration of Surgical Instruments View different types of Medical Accessories.
U.S. President Barack Obama spoke of the health care reform that will take effect September 23, 2010, enumerating a part of the act that he called the “most important patient’s bill of rights ever seen in history.” Obama touts of removing rules on lifetime limits and pre-existing conditions among children. He also said affordable health [...]
September 26 is World Heart Day, yet another day dedicated to caring for the heart. The World Heart Federation teams up with the World Health Organization to improve awareness in cardiovascular diseases in 100 countries. Activities will include health checks, organized walks, runs and fitness sessions, public talks, stage shows, scientific forums, exhibitions, concerts, carnivals [...]
The US health is no longer patient about the flabbiest of all appetites. The following commercial advertisement tells the whole story. McDonald’s is serving foods that cause: High blood pressure High cholesterol Heart attacks