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New British coins can be hazardous to health

New British coins can be hazardous to health

Arriving in circulation in the UK the new coins in denominations of 5 and 10 pence can be hazardous to health. This was warned a group of British doctors, the ITAR-TASS referring to British radio station BBC BBC. These coins are made of steel and coated with a thin layer of nickel. According to dermatologists, "it can cause irritation and even skin diseases," the report says. British experts cite as proof of their fears made Swedish medical findings that "this type of coin is...

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Cuba prepares for dengue fever

Cuba prepares for dengue fever

Cuban Ministry of Public Health has launched an intensive sanitation campaign. Goal of the campaign – the fight against mosquito Aedes Aegypti, able to carry dengue fever, according to Xinhua. An acute viral disease, occurring with fever, intoxication, itchy rash, pain in the joints (especially the knees), pain in the spine , muscle aches, decreased appetite, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, edema. Campaign will affect the most exposed to the spread of infection in the country. This...

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Spray tanning with recognized health hazard

Spray tanning with recognized health hazard

Accepted that spray-tanning is a safe alternative to tanning beds. However, according to a recent analysis, they cause cancer. The culprit is a component of a spray – dihydroxyacetone. It easily penetrates the lungs into the bloodstream and begins to destroy the DNA, causing the formation of tumors, writes The Daily Mail. Also, the compound can aggravate asthma, trigger the development of emphysema and COPD. Dr. Lynn Goldman of George Washington University says: "This substance...

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Researchers have equated obsession Justin Bieber to a measles epidemic

Researchers have equated obsession Justin Bieber to a measles epidemic

Enthusiasm for this young singer contagious measles. According to scientists from the University of Ottawa, "biberomaniya" or "Bieber Fever", a phenomenal extends among teens and children around the world, writes The National Post. Specialists turned to the formula that calculated the spread of infectious disease, in order to evaluate a cultural phenomenon that has no cultural and national boundaries. As the symptoms of the "Bieber Fever" scientists call...

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Tickling lifesaving neurological disease

Tickling lifesaving neurological disease

Sancho Norris forced tickle their 12-month-old son Benn, he continued to breathe, writes The Daily Mail. Baby just stops breathing several times a night, and the mother has to tickle him in order to restore breathing. Alarm allows parents to understand that the baby had stopped breathing (sometimes it is up to 23 times per night). Then the child tickle feet, under the chin or abdomen, that he woke up. This is usually sufficient to restore normal breathing. The boy diagnosed disorder...

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