Bronchial Asthma – Upper Respiratory Infections

Bronchial Asthma is one of the most common respiratory diseases, bronchial asthma can be caused from a number of stressors such as : a viral respiratory infection emotional distress barometric pressure or temperature changes exercise inhaling a noxious odour or the specific exposure to an allergen. Symptoms and signs: Bronchial...

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WHO allays fears about air travel

New York – The United Nations World Health Organisation (WHO) has allayed fears amid reports that airlines are suspending flights over the Ebola outbreak, by sending out social media messages with assurances that “unlike infections like influenza and tuberculosis, Ebola is not airborne”. “The chance of having someone who is...

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The Fat Fallacy

Aug 12, 14 The Fat Fallacy

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The standard recommendation of almost every national and international advisory body in the world that a healthy diet should be low on fat is based on a “big fat lie about cholesterol,” writes James Delingpole. Risk of Heart Disease Trial “In 1997 a massive trial of 350,000 men at high risk of heart disease found that drastically...

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Doing it for the elderly, doing it for me

We are often taught that doing something good in someone’s life will make a difference to them. For example, if you help someone paint their home –… GlobalBuzz-SA – Your Health, Fitness and Wellbeing

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SADC Health Ministers to discuss Ebola

Health Ministers from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) will today hold an extraordinary meeting to deliberate on the state of… GlobalBuzz-SA – Your Health, Fitness and Wellbeing

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