A US study states that it is good to pass on that red meat as consuming red meat leads to people dying earlier as compared to those who eat burgers and hot dogs sparingly.
To conclude this, for many decades, about 100,000 people were assessed for their eating red meat.
It was stated that over a span of about 20 years, the chances of dying was more in people who ate red meat, whether it was processed or unprocessed.
A credit card provider was made to refund the cost that a woman had to pay when she got her PIP breast implants.
About £3,700 was refunded by Lloyds TSB stating that faulty goods were sold to her.
A form of insurance is given by credit card companies to people who for a product that is worth over £100 and is faulty.
French company PIP had made implants that were faulty and around 40,000 women in the UK have these implants.
It was in 2008 when the woman, who is a hairdresser in her 40s, and belongs to Midlands, had got the implants.
Researchers have stated that there has been a higher failure rate in metal-on-metal hip replacements as compared to other available options and this should not be implanted.
Obvious evidence was given by the data from the world's largest register of hip implants when it came to the failure rate of these implants.
The risk increased for implants that were large, women and among young people.
People who have large head metal-on-metal implants, annual checks have been advised for them by the UK health regulator.
A new research has stated that not only is red meat unhealthy but also can prove to be fatal in some cases.
The risk of heart disease increases by consuming red meat regularly, especially the processed variety, and this also raises the risk of dying from cancer, according to the study.
The chances of dying were increased by about one-fifth with a daily additional serving of processed red meat, equivalent to one hot dog or two rashers of bacon.
On the other hand there was an increase seen in life if red meat was replaced with fish, poultry, or plant-based protein foods.
Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer in females in the UK and this is the month that is being observed as the Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
No family history of ovarian cancer is seen in about 90 per cent of cancer cases and smear tests alone are not enough to detect this cancer. There are symptoms like frequent urination, bloating, problem with eating, stomach pain and feeling full quickly that need to be observed.
The risk of ovarian cancer can be reduced apart from factors like age and ethnicity that are not under control.
There is a rising number of people who have type 2 diabetes in Scotland and this is happening in the United Kingdom too. And the people who have been diagnosed with it have almost become double in the past 10 years.
The number of people suffering from type 1 diabetes is highest in Scotland, reports state.
The diabetes, whether type 1 or 2 can be managed well with certain precautions taken and right support, this can make these sufferers have a healthy and long life but there can be some serious consequences too from care and diagnosis.
It has been stated by Professor Robert Howard at the King's College London Institute of Psychiatry through a study that was funded by the Alzheimer's Society and the Medical Research Council, that there might be more efficiency in the drug donepezil when it is used treating people who have dementia and mild to moderate Alzheimer's Disease.
Around the world about 750,000 people are targeted by dementia and these people are those who are moderate to severe cases of dementia.
It has been stated that as compared with younger people, the chances of alcohol consumption are three times more among people who are more than 45 years of age and these chances are three times more.
According to a data from the National Statistics, ONS, throughout the year alcohol is consumed by about 13 per cent of people who are more than 45 years age as compared with 4 per cent of those under 45.
Some people can be left in a miserable state or can be saved with a heart device, it has been reported. Following this doctors have to be more honest and clear to their patients having weak hearts while recommending them pumps, pacemakers, new valves, or procedures to open clogged arteries.
The American Heart Association stated that people who have weak hearts often do not know what are they being recommended and on the other hand doctors feel that these people will want everything to save their lives. Seeing this a set of new guidelines has been published.
A new study conducted by six European countries has stated that alcohol consumption shown in movies has led to kids and teens indulging in binge drinking at some or the other point of time.
Lesley Smith, who has studied teen drinking at Oxford Brookes University in the UK, but wasn't involved in the new study that it is not necessary that one can tell parents based on this study that their children will take up alcohol with seeing movies showing alcohol consumption.
According to a new study women are more likely to get type 2 diabetes if they keep sitting for a long period of time and men surprisingly were not seen to get this.
As compared to people who sit less, women who led a sedentary lifestyle were more prone to diabetes emerging from the early metabolic defects, researchers from the University of Leicester Departments of Health Sciences and Cardiovascular Sciences stated.
According to a plastic surgeon, there will have to be extra clinics in order to attend to the number of women in Wales who need faulty PIP breast implants removed.
The banned implants were received by about 1,000 women in Wales and the initial estimates stated that this number of 2,000.
In case of a clinical need, the payment will be done by the Welsh government to replace the implants for those treated privately.
Women from north Wales might have to go for their treatment to Liverpool.
Following complaints from critics about an Epcot exhibit on childhood obesity, Walt Disney World is retooling it and it was stated that the step was very insensitive to obese kids and reinforced typecast.
The interactive exhibit, Habit Heroes, was showing villains that were supersize and had a habit of eating junk food all the time and saw television for most of the time and fitness superheroes were fit and looked gallant.
According to doctors, there are many reasons to obesity like certain medications, genetic make-up and food can be used as a coping mechanism.
There can be irreparable damage caused by traumatic brain injuries and what is worse for doctors and patients are that these injuries many a times can be very difficult to be figured out.
A new MRI-based tool is now being tested by scientists that brings to light the breaks these injuries leave deep in the brain's wiring and these look more like broken bones shown by X-rays.
A doctor has been charged with murder of about three patients that happened due to prescription overdose and the prosecutor who took the rare step of charging a doctor stated that these days doctors merely becoming oil pushers and this case will be a warning for all such unethical doctors.
Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley said, "My office will continue to prosecute greedy and unethical doctors after charging Dr. Hsiu-Ying `Lisa' Tseng, 42, with second-degree murder and 21 other felony counts."
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