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Archive for March, 2013

Zoll external defibrillator


Date: March 22nd, 2013

Zoll Approved as FDA automated external defibrillator Well, the former semi-automated model seems to have been improved by the new device which is why Zoll feels lucky to have clinched that price.

According to released reports on this device, the new automated external defibrillator is reputed to allow emergency responders to help preprogram a scheduled shock instead of working to push the shock button.

FDA report tobacco violation


Date: March 21st, 2013

The benefit of potential tobacco violations form reportFor anyone to be allowed to purchase such tobacco products, this all you need to know about new tobacco users?

Well, according to current reports, a new tobacco user may become addicted even before he or she gets older enough to fully understand the problems associated with tobacco including possible earlier deaths from tobacco related conditions.

Bilingual baby


Date: March 20th, 2013

Even infant babies can tell various languages apartThe babies can also start learning the languages regardless of the set differences in grammar rules thus understanding both languages from both parents as they grow up.

According to what the authors were able to find, it was revealed that babies used pitch and that the duration of the spoken words increased at time went by.

CDC: Morning-after pill


Date: March 19th, 2013

Emergency contraception more these days CDC reportsThe dramatic rise of morning-after pill has been observed over the last decade and is expected to continue if these women don’t get more responsible.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention carried out a research to determine the allegations on the rising cases of contraceptive (morning pill) overuse among young women in the US. Back in 2002, about 4.2 percent of women had reported of having used the morning pill to ward off unwanted pregnancies.

Obesity problems


Date: March 18th, 2013

Stressed children warned against obesity related issuesReacting over stress is more likely to lead to obesity and thus children should try to take it easy from time to time.

Research on the Stressed children

According to the anticipated research results, children who are most likely at risk of becoming victims of obesity are similarly associated by their biological response on the account of stress.