Monthly Archives: November 2011

  1. Wi-Fi-Connected Laptop may Hurts Sperm

    A computer with a wireless Internet connection hurts sperm, but not because the machine can heat up your lap, a new study suggests.
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  2. High temperatures will shorten the duration of pregnancy

    Researchers at the Center for Epidemiological and Environmental Research of Barcelona (CREAL) ensure that high temperatures can cause a decrease in the duration of pregnancy, to the extent that a day of excessive heat may be sufficient for early delivery in a day, according to the results of a study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
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  3. Inside the Brains of Psychopaths

    Differences in psychopaths' brains may help explain their anti-social behavior, according to new research.
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  4. Psychotic symptoms associated with crime

    The relationship between mental illness and criminal law is narrow but in most cases largely unknown.
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  5. Cuts in drugs for rare diseases

    In a news release says HPN Association for the second time, the Ministry of Health of Andalucía has denied the only treatment that can guarantee that Josefa, suffering from paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) in Seville.
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  6. Catalonia establishes the payment of drugs based on their effect

    Catalonia will only pay for cancer drugs of last generation, which typically cost several thousand dollars, if they demonstrate superior efficacy to currently used drugs.
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  7. 33% of the Spanish ever used homeopathy

    One in three Spanish ever used homeopathy to alleviate or treat diseases, mainly flu, colds, anxiety and stress and to increase the defenses.
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  8. Detecting diabetes at the dentist

    A report of the Spanish Society of Periodontology (SEPA) and the Foundation of the Spanish Diabetes Society (EDS) ensures that oral health consultations are a "great opportunity" to identify patients with undiagnosed diabetes yet, as their risk Periodontitis is three times higher.
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  9. Antibiotic resistance: a public health problem

    Resistance to antibiotics is a public health problem that puts at risk those patients who need or will need antibiotics in situations critical to your health.
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  10. Concerns of mothers in preterm infants

    42% of mothers with premature babies are concerned mainly because of the complications that may arise for long-term health and 36% believe that the physical development of young suffer delay.
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