Research at the centre of government’s HIV prevention

Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor says research into the prevention of HIV is at the centre of government’s strategy aimed at ending the… GlobalBuzz-SA – Your Health, Fitness and...

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EHRs in the Age of Ebola

NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 2014 – In the last few weeks, Ebola has gone from a localized health concern in parts of Africa to a worldwide crisis when a traveler to United States came down with the virus and died, and two nurses were infected. While much of the cable news talk focused on how […] CERI forums » »...

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Don’t Discard Expired Medicines

Oct 16, 14 Don’t Discard Expired Medicines

Posted by in Featured, Medicines, News, USA

Expired Medicines – Research in America has revealed that expiry dates on medications that infer you ought not to take them have almost nothing to do with safety – they are designed to increase sales, and to provide manufacturers with protection against legal claims. Food and Drug Administration Expired drugs may lose some of...

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Problems towards Poor Brain Health

Oct 13, 14 Problems towards Poor Brain Health

Posted by in Aged, Education, Featured, Ireland, News

Brain Health – People who live in disadvantaged areas have a greater risk of developing cognitive dysfunction than people in better off areas, a study by Professor Helene McNulty and colleagues at the University of Ulster has found. Ageing Research and Development The findings of this study, funded by the Centre for Ageing...

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A run a day keeps you out of the doctor’s office

Those who run or walk briskly for 35 to 45 minutes per day, five days a week, spend about half the number of days per year suffering from cold symptoms, compared to sedentary people. In addition, about 60 per cent of recreational runners experience fewer colds after they initiate a running programme, compared to when […] A...

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