A study of gene profile of E Coli or Escherichia Coli isolated from German patients infected in the recent epidemic explicates the reason for which it spreads so fast and that it has rigorously sickened and subsequently killed more number of people than ever before. It explains that there’s exists a rare combination of genes Read more
US spending on healthcare increasing The healthcare costs during the year 2009 was $2486.3 billion, which is the highest amount spent by any other country in the world. Additionally, the per capita spending on the individual was $7538, which is the highest among the developed countries. However, even with the highest spending on healthcare, USA Read more
New type of pharmacy fraud The country’s healthcare and medical system is exposed to a new type of a pharmacy fraud that is costing huge amount of money. Fraudulent agencies that are posing as pharmacies are making fake prescriptions and billing these sums to Medicare, Medicaid, and the private insurers. These are resulting in the Read more
A team of researchers in the Italy stated “Increasing of the air pollution day by day looking like an uptick in the area of hospital admission for heart attack.” The above finding was published in the American Journal Of Epidemiology which stated that high pollution days might trigger the heart attack in some of the Read more
On Tuesday the scientists says that the mothers who smokes at the period of her pregnancy may even lead their unborn child towards a change which can even lead their unborn child towards less of a type of cholesterol that generally a well-known sign of protection against heart disease.
Researchers at the University Of Washington say that people in US, generally more chance for developing deadly forms of skin cancer on the left parts of their bodies, though it entirely depends on their actual style of drive.
One or two decade back critical patients from India were going abroad to countries like US or Australia to get the best kind of treatment but that trend is seeming to be reversed, in last few years. More and more people from developed countries are coming to India for going under medication. Here we will Read more
The top provider of healthcare performance management improvement and business analytics solutions declared today the addition that a Massachusetts based academic medical organization will put into practice its whole suite of analytics and workflow solutions to help in optimizing its revenue cycle, clinical operations, and business processes. The Interpoint Partners is anticipating that all of Read more
Obesity damages brain cells Obesity is one of the main concerns of today. According to the researchers in the United States, the intake of high calorie diet leads to injury of neurons in the brain that play a vital role in controlling of body weight. Strategies have to be developed to reduce this problem. Case Read more
Diabetes versus Stroke According to latest research, people who are diabetic and have had a stroke need to be extra careful because they are at higher risk of a second and fatal stroke. The risk of heart attacks increase as well. The study was carried out by a team of scientists in Duke University Medical Read more
This piece of news can give some type of the relief to the tea lovers, how nice it will be if you enjoy your morning cup of tea daily while enjoying the other important benefits too. The remarkable health qualities of green tea are not by any means restricted to only the weight loss, for Read more
The treatment of substance-related problems depends on the type of substance, the specific problems it is causing, the stage of the illness, your insight and motivation, and whether the environment is more likely to support efforts at change or to provide temptations to stay hooked. Before there is even a chance that treatment can be Read more