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Archive for April, 2013

Chickenpox vaccine


Date: April 30th, 2013

What’s so special about the Chickenpox vaccine popular in the media?Survey concerning the chickenpox vaccine was used on children for a decade and four years, and research shows that the vaccine has been quite helpful. Three quarter of the children whom which the vaccine was used on have reported to be successful. It works for both chickenpox and shingles.

Marine food


Date: April 29th, 2013

The nutritional value you can’t ignore in fishMarine food contains Omega-3 fatty acids. These acids can be used to protect cardiovascular diseases. However, no human would accept to be used as a specimen in the laboratories and end up dead. Proving to man has always been a challenge for the scientists, as they are forced to use animals and rodents for the tests.

Research on Cardiovascular


Date: April 28th, 2013

Studies revealing cardiovascular health matters among the youthAccording to the “American Heart Association” AHA, the future does not look very bright for the youth of today as far as the health of their hearts is concerned. This is as long as they fail to make drastic and immediate changes in their cultural as well as social lifestyles.

Passive smoking effects


Date: April 27th, 2013

Research on effects of second hand smoking on pregnant womenAbout Research studies

A new study has revealed that a woman who stays around people who are smoking risks her unborn child’s health in that such a child could experience behavioral problems in future.

The study indicated that kids whose mothers exposed them selves to second hand cigarette smoke for at least half an hour per day were highly likely to suffer from aggression as well as attention problems at a tender age of 5.

A.D.H.D condition


Date: April 26th, 2013

Research on A.D.H.D condition in the United StatesResearch statistics analysis

Almost 20% of boys who have attained the age of going to high school have been diagnosed with A.D.H.D. The same applies to 11% of the school going kids. This data is according to American “center for disease controlling and prevention.” This A.D.H.D rates depict a sharp rise compared to the rates ten years ago, a matter that could be of great concern in the medical field. It could also be of greater concern that A.D.H.D. drugs are being excessively used among the American kids.

The numbers revealed that approximately 6.4 million kids aged between 4 years and 17 years have been diagnosed with A.D.H.D. some where down the line in their life time. Nearly 67% of those children who have been currently diagnosed with A.D.H.D. are treated with drugs like Ritalin as well as Aderall which are by their nature stimulants. Although the drugs can be quite effective in treating the A.D.H.D. condition, they have drawbacks in that they are addictive and can cause psychosis and anxiety.