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Medical Tourism: ‘a devloping trend’ in Morocco.

While medical tourism is well established and very big business in Asia, few people would think of Morocco as a medical tourism destination. That is about to change. In one particular field of medica… View »

Average medical insurance claims from Britons abroad are now over £1,300.

Average medical insurance claims from Britons abroad are now over £1,300, recent research has revealed. Conducted by Sainsbury’s Finance, the study revealed that the average medical insurance claim… View »

New Study Finds Wide Variation Among Hospitals in Diagnostic Yield of Angiography.

Last year a report in the New England Journal of Medicine from the National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR) raised concerns about the low diagnostic yield for diagnostic coronary angiography. Now… View »

British women are more likely to develop cancer by the age of 75 than the average European woman.

London, Aug 2 (IANS) British women are more likely to develop cancer by the age of 75 than the average European woman, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said in a latest research.   On an… View »

Prevention at the Heart of Keeping Military Women Healthy.

Everyone wants their family to be healthy. And a key component of this is ensuring that mothers, daughters, and sisters have access to the preventive services they need. When it comes to health, wome… View »

Scientists have warned that the pet may be a cause of brain cancer in humans.

London, July 27 (ANI): Here’s bad news for cat owners as scientists have warned that the pet may be a cause of brain cancer in humans.   Scientists have found a link between brain tumours and a… View »

Dopamine, a key neurotransmitter active in the brain, is best known for triggering feel good emotions.

Washington, July 20 (IANS) Dopamine, a key neurotransmitter active in the brain, is best known for triggering feel good emotions.   Now investigators have shown how dopamine produced outside the… View »

Medical errors and infections linked to health care and going into hospital is far riskier than flying,

Geneva: Millions of people die each year from medical errors and infections linked to health care and going into hospital is far riskier than flying, the World Health Organization said on Thursday. &… View »

More than 15 children in every 100 suffer from acute malnutrition in Arica-UNICEF.

UNITED NATIONS : The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Thursday said the Government of Niger needs international support to fight its alarming levels of child malnutrition and deal with its… View »

Research to destroy malaria parasites in the blood using low-power microwaves.

With the support of a Phase II grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Penn State materials scientists and medical researchers are working to develop a process to destroy malaria parasites… View »

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