Health (General) – Newsletter for March 2, 2011

Dead bones give clues to heal back pain

LONDON - The bones of people long dead could be the key to healing chronic back pain, says a new research. It is combining the latest computer modelling techniques with archaeology and anthropology, developed by the Universities of Leeds and Bristol in the UK. Researchers there are analysing spines from up to 40 ... Read : Dead bones give clues to heal back pain.

Health (General) – Newsletter for March 1, 2011

Hour of daytime sleep can lower blood pressure

WASHINGTON - Even an hour of sleep in daytime could help lower blood pressure after mental stress, researchers say. A study conducted by Ryan Brindle and Sarah Conklin from the Allegheny College in the US, found that participants who slept 45 minutes in daytime had lower average blood pressure after stress than those who did .... Read the original article  : here.

Health (General) – Newsletter for February 28, 2011

Chris Christie defends Michelle Obama's obesity campaign

NEW YORK - Even though US First Lady Michelle Obama’s campaign against obesity was mocked by Sarah Palin and some conservatives, Republicans Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee have sided with her. During separate morning news programs, Christie, 48, who is the Governor of New Jersey, and Huckabee, 55, who is the former Governor of Arkansas, defended .... Read the original article  : Chris Christie defends Michelle Obama’s obesity campaign.

Health (General) – Newsletter for February 27, 2011

Myths related to spring allergies busted

WASHINGTON - Not satisfied with the kind of information available pertaining to spring allergies and want something reliable? Well, here’s what you need to read.he American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) and its allergist members, who are experts at diagnosing and treating allergies and asthma, have offered the following myth-busting advice:yth: ver-the-counter (OTC, .... Original source  : Myths related to spring allergies busted.

Health (General) – Newsletter for February 26, 2011

One-third HIV cases in age group 15-24: UNICEF report

NEW DELHI - Of the over 33 million HIV-AIDS cases reported worldwide every year, around one-third are adolescents of the age group 15-24 years, revealed a report by United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). The State of the World’s Children (SOWC) report 2011 was released by UNICEF in the capital Friday. According to UNICEF’s annual flagship ... Read this article on Gaea Times at : One-third HIV cases in age group 15-24: UNICEF report.

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