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Mental Health Conditions before Bariatic Surgery

Bariatic Surgery is a method that is accepted for promoting weight loss to those severely obese individuals. This is also to decrease the risk of obesity-related conditions. Mental health conditions has been suggested that it may be widespread among patients who are involved in such interventions. Dr. Aaron J. Dawes, from David Geffen School of …

Avian Influenza A (H5N6): A Problem in China

The National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) of China has informed WHO of two additional laboratory-confirmed cases human infection with avian influenza A or H5N6 virus between 30 December 2015 and 2 January 2016. A report from the health authorities in Southern China said that on Tuesday, a 26-year old woman has died of …

Ebola Outbreak in Guinea- Finally ends: Declared by WHO

The country of Guinea, where the first outbreak of Ebola virus came, has finally been declared free of the disease after two years, declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday (Dec. 29). This deadly Ebola had already killed more than 11,300 people worldwide, mostly in Liberia, Siberia and Guinea. To earn this specification, …

When Fainting Could Be Serious [STUDY]

Fainting could be a sign of something critical or it might just something abnormal. Each year, there are about 4M people brought to the emergency room. Due to these common scenarios, medical experts are trying to figure out what could be the main reasons or causes of losing someone’s consciousness or in other word, fainting. …

Ebola Virus’ Persistence On Victims Raises Questions

The dreaded Ebola virus can still hibernate in its victim’s eyes, testicles and breast even after a long period of being removed from the bloodstream. This new discovery raises a serious question whether the disease will ever be beaten. University of Britain lecturer on virology and Ebola expert Ben Neuman said in a statement, “Over …

US Hospitals Support Breastfeeding; CDC Says, Not Enough!

Recent report from CDC or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that U.S. continuously supports the breastfeeding to hospitals since year 2007. However, CDC said that it is not yet enough. It should be improved and increased to achieve healthier children nationwide. It is also reported that there are hospitals in U.S. that …

Heart Valve Implants Potential Problems [Revealed]

Recently, doctors have discovered that there are numbers of potential problems in heart implants. One issue is the improper opening and closing of wound that could lead to high risk of stroke. Eventhough this certain problem is usual, many experts said there are cases left unknown, and such practice should be changed now. However, the …