Most likely, patients who undergo a procedure like that experience complications due to unmanaged stress.
Monthly Archives: February 2011
A new study explains that basic physical exercise as adults age may help counter the negative effects aging has on the brain and may also help improve memory.
New research has linked children having a tonsillectomy with an increased risk of being overweight.
A new diet pill was not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) which sent shares of the maker, Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. tumbling downhill.
A new study may prove just how the flu virus (both swine flu and ‘regular’ flu) is passed from child to child or person to person.
Many care homes were shut down because they were unable to meet the standards.
A considerable number of Americans suffer from the symptoms that come with having irritable bowel syndrome.
Researchers have now come up with a diagnostic test or a way of safely scanning the brain for the presence of these amyloid plaques.
Health officials now call for the National Health Service to provide a clearer and more distinct process and outline on how to diagnose children with autism.
The rate of preterm labor and fetal injuries are still high even in those countries with an advanced healthcare system.