According to a new report, fibromyalgia is the most common disease among the younger patients and also shows harsh symptoms among them. It is characterized by the musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues.
The new study led by the American College of Rheumatology, depicts that different disorders can be seen among people with different age groups.
According to Health Canada, ingestion of hand sanitizer has proven responsible for the deaths of two people in Ontario.
Centre of Forensic Sciences in Ontario carried out tests on two eight-ounce Bodico Hand Sanitizer's bottles. Experts said that the sanitizer carried a deadly, tacit ingredient named methanol. Ethyl alcohol, which is listed on the product as an active ingredient, was not present in the same.
On Sunday, October 27, Canada's Gluten-Free Market event is arriving at Halton. According to organizers, it is a great opportunity for people suffering gluten intolerance.
The reason being people could gain additional information related to the condition. They could even get to know what food products could be used as an alternative.
A new study conducted by boffins at Harvard School of Public Health claimed that processed meats could prove harmful for men at some point of their life.
The study has been presented at the annual conference of American Society for Reproductive Medicine, held in Boston. The team said that men could face infertility problem even by eating one bacon rasher each day.
Flooding California rice fields in the Yolo detour gives a "bug-buffet" for adolescent salmon on their path to the sea, creating fast development rates.
A new study has revealed that the majority of US children experience spanking at some point of their life despite the fact that spanking has adverse effects on children. Researchers at Columbia University analyzed data from more than 1,500 families to reach the above conclusion.
No damage has been done to Fukushima nuclear plant after a large earthquake struck in the ocean east of Japan. The operator of Japan's wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant revealed the news on Saturday. There was no report of damage or spike in radiation levels at the station from the quake.
A FG TD has condemned all members of the Dail Technical Group for supporting a debate on the Cannabis Regulation Bill.
The bill was published by the independent TD Luke Ming Flanagan this week.
Specialists have issued a warning that may be popping in aspirin everyday with an aim of reducing their risk of disease since it may prove to be very harmful to the body.
Most people who have a family history of heart ailments and cancer take a pill everyday thinking that they are reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer. However, a new study found that doing so may lead to bleeding in the brain and stomach.
Assuming that you lined up the greater part of the bits of toast Vegemite spread on in kitchens around Australia, every year, they might wrap around the globe more than three and a half times.
Yesterday, Vegemite commended its 90th birthday and, with Australians being cheerful minimal Vegemites since 1923, what is it that keeps us purchasing the dark spread just about 100 years on?
An University of New South Wales study discovered patients in a few classifications are 15 per cent more inclined to bit the dust provided that they go to doctor's facility after midnight on Friday.
Washing our hands impacts how we consider, judge and choose, consistent with analysts who inspected how physical purging influences individuals after disappointment.
Following this, a study has stated that washing your hands after you have fizzled at something can make you hopeful.
A recent study has come up with findings to suggest that children are more likely to believe attractive adults than unattractive ones.
Several studies have been conducted to figure out factors that drive a child to believe someone. But the latest study has tried to look into a new factor, an attractive face, to influence a child to believe an adult.
Last year, influenza claimed lives of five children in Colorado and sent 1,530 people to the hospital. What makes it more worrisome is the fact that less than 50% of all states' residents were immunized against the multiple flu strains on the roster of regular winter visitors.
This year, public-health officials are hoping more Coloradans to come forward to get a flu shot or the nasal mist.
Augusto Odone, former World Bank economist, has died in Italy, confirmed his family. He was 80 years old and is known to have rejected medical opinion and created an oil to save the life of his son Lorenzo.
According to a latest report, scientists have invented a new medicinal drug that can treat airways diseases. This medicine is very useful in treating diseases like asthma and chronic bronchitis.
The new research, published in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine, states that this medicine can easily cure the airways diseases by an effect popularly known as `bronchodilator'.
After Care Quality Commission's inspection, another hospital has been led to go under special measures. Inspectors discovered that the hospital was working for at least two months without enough staff to ensure safe and timely delivery of services.
Olympic legend Sir Chris Hoy was at Snetterton today for testing after he swapped the steeped walls of the velodrome for the chicanes of Snetterton this weekend. He is looking in good spirits to climb the motorsport ladder. He has signed up for team Radical in the SR-1 Cup.
The UK public health has issued guidelines to the old people for the management of their increasing power bills during the winters by saying that they can restrict the heating to only their living rooms where they spend most of their time.
Findings of a new research show that the therapy of mindfulness therapy does not cause lower blood pressures.
Researchers from Toronto found that people using this therapy did not end up suffering from lower blood pressure in comparison to those who didn't use the therapy.