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In the health problems to blame on bad terms with their peers at school

In the health problems to blame on bad terms with their peers at school

Accepted that school conflicts over the years forgotten and have consequences. However, it is not. If a teenager or disliked classmates teased him, after many years, he could face health problems, writes The Telegraph. In particular, increases the risk of heart disease and diabetes in middle age. These teens are often obese, have high blood pressure and cholesterol. Remarkable: that girls are more susceptible to the negative effects of social conflict, Swedish experts say. In total,...

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Australia on the verge of an epidemic caused by E.coli

Australia on the verge of an epidemic caused by E.coli

In New South Wales officially circulated warning of a possible epidemic of intestinal disorders after stockpiled water experts have found E.coli, reports The Herald Sun. In particular, all residents Karionga epidemiologists do not recommend drinking tap water, advising opt for boiled water for cooking and for brushing teeth. E.coli found during a routine inspection of water. According to the end of last week, 100 milliliters of water identified two organisms. Although the concentration is...

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The flu epidemic in the UK: the number of people in intensive care has increased by 3 times

The flu epidemic in the UK: the number of people in intensive care has increased by 3 times

Recently in England and Wales, the number of cases of influenza has increased threefold, from 32.8 to 87.1 per 100,000 population, which is higher than last years epidemic, writes The Independent. Highest performance among students, according to the Royal College of Physicians in Birmingham. Infections occur mainly in the southern and central regions. The lowest incidence in the north. It is known that the lions share of people infected by the strain of the wine flu H1N1. However, there is...

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Rare disorder causes teen fed "through the heart"

Rare disorder causes teen fed "through the heart"

Because of the complex Neyromiopaticheskogo intestinal dysmotility 17-year-old Amy Knowles forced for 12 hours a day to eat through a tube implanted directly into the heart. The tube nutrients enter the bloodstream, says The Daily Mail. Regular food teen body just does not perceive. According to doctors, the treatment does not currently exist. Plus, every time a girl is connected to the tube, and increased risk of infection, liver failure, blood poisoning. I must say the food Amy...

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The worlds first vaccine against dengue is preparing to enter the market

The worlds first vaccine against dengue is preparing to enter the market

French Sanofi farmgigant promises in 2015 to present to the public a revolutionary vaccine against dengue fever, according to Reuters. In September, has announced the results should be an important stage of the tests conducted on 4,000 children in Thailand. Sanofi has invested $ 350 million in a new factory, in order to get the vaccine. But the company hopes to quickly recapture invested and earn billions, which is likely in case of success. Shes going in the first place, to get a...

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