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There is an allergy drug that can help MS patients


Date: November 22nd, 2014

MS or Multiple Sclerosis linked to an allergy drugThe tests for the over the counter drug for MS patients

There was a planned test of an OTC drug that can possibly save people from the disability of MS or multiple sclerosis sufferers. The post about the test got a lot of attention from the people, since the drug name wasn’t revealed then. 


50% of American Women are not familiar with the Signs of Stroke


Date: November 21st, 2014

The Signs of Stroke in WomenThere was this woman named Donna Arnett and she had stroke when she was only 27 years old, but because she worked as a nurse, she knew the signs and she was able to get help quickly. Few people are so fortunate, because stroke is the leading cause of death of around 130,000 people yearly in the


Should Athletes Need to Screen their Heart Disease Before the Game?


Date: November 20th, 2014

Is it Right to Screen Heart Disease before Join a GameWith the records showing sudden death of young individuals who joined a competition were disastrous and very horrible.  There is a journal wherein the experts have said that the athletes should be screened for heart disease to prevent tragic events from taking place. Unluckily, these are just rare


The Truth behind Adrenaline as the Optimum yet Awful Type of Drug


Date: November 19th, 2014

A Guide about Adrenaline as the Finest & the Nastiest Type of DrugsAside from becoming the very first type of drug for patients with cardiac arrest condition, there are also studies that have shown how people have checked the affectivity of epinephrine. Usually, there are few questions about Adrenalin’s affectivity and safety along with its efficiency in terms of sudden cardiac arrest.


Large retail stores should consider having AEDs on premises


Date: November 18th, 2014

Sudden cardiac arrestWhile a customer was shopping in a California’s Target store, he suddenly suffered a cardiac arrest. The premises didn’t have any emergency AED- automated external defibrillator. The customer tragically died even before the arrival of medical responders. The deceased’s family sued the store for negligence as they had failed to install an AED at the store which they believed could have saved her life.

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