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Only a fifth of 17.3million Britons who suffer with back pain will ever recover, study shows 

5 monthes ago   |   By Daily Mail

It is bad news for the many afflicted by the agony of back pain. Whichever treatments they try - such as heat pads, chiropractic treatments or ergonomic chairs - only one in five can expect to recover.
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Studying Back Pain Patterns

Studying Back Pain Patterns

5 monthes ago   |   By Medindia Health

Canadian scientists have studied the patterns of back pain and patient characteristics in relation to the disability, in addition to the use of medications and management of the ailment.
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Sitting in Front of TV for Long Hours is Bad for Your Heart: Here's Why

Sitting in Front of TV for Long Hours is Bad for Your Heart: Here's Why

Television Addiction: Too much sitting and TV watching can put you at a higher risk of developing heart disease, reveals a new study. Read more ...

Being More Active during Middle and Older Age can Make You Live Longer

Being More Active during Middle and Older Age can Make You Live Longer

Regular exercise during middle and older age can cut down early death risk. So, start being more active as you age to live longer. Read more ...

Watch Out: Hospital Sinks, Faucets are Often Home to Slime and Biofilm

Watch Out: Hospital Sinks, Faucets are Often Home to Slime and Biofilm

Dirty sinks and faucets in the hospital are often home to slime and biofilm, reveals a new study. Read more ...

New Female External Catheter Technology Cuts CAUTI by 50 Percent

New Female External Catheter Technology Cuts CAUTI by 50 Percent

Catheter-associated urinary tract infection reduction is a top priority for the overall reduction of healthcare-associated infections. Newly developed Female External Catheter... Read more ...

Link Between Education and Lowered Risk of Heart Attack Discovered

Link Between Education and Lowered Risk of Heart Attack Discovered

A link between higher levels of education and lowered risk of heart attack and stroke has been discovered by researchers. Read more ...

Prostate Cancer Urine Test Shows Who Needs Treatment and When: Study

Prostate Cancer Urine Test Shows Who Needs Treatment and When: Study

New urine test for prostate cancer was found to have enormous potential, said researchers. Read more ...

Almost 1 in 5 Blood Cancer Patients Suffer Blood Clots, Bleeding

Almost 1 in 5 Blood Cancer Patients Suffer Blood Clots, Bleeding

Blood cancer patients are more likely to suffer complications such as blood clots and bleeding, reveals a new study. Read more ...

Machine Learning Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment

Machine Learning Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment

Machine learning approach better discriminated which patients would have a cardiac event from those who would not, said new study. Read more ...

New, Noninvasive Test to Detect Bowel Diseases Faster

New, Noninvasive Test to Detect Bowel Diseases Faster

Novel, non-invasive test has been developed to assess gut function. Early diagnosis would enable patients to control symptoms before they become severe, and improves their... Read more ...

More Years of Education may Decrease Heart Disease Risk

More Years of Education may Decrease Heart Disease Risk

Extending the years of childhood education may decrease the risk of heart disease and improve several cardiovascular risk factors later in adulthood, finds a new study. Read more ...