Chest Compressions, Not Mouth-To-Mouth, Will Help

Chest-CompressionsIt has been recently revealed by experts that giving mouth to mouth respiration might not actually be healthy. Though it is believed that the kiss of life can be very helpful and can result in saving lives, there are many side effects included with the same.

Quitting Smoking Might Be Good For the Pocket

SmokingIt has been recently revealed that when a person decides to kick off the habit of smoking, it not only benefits his or her body but also benefits the pocket. This means that when a person quits smoking, there can be a lot of saving done. Spending on the packs of cigarettes each day is something that is heavy on the pockets. When a person gives up the terrible smoking habit, they can save money

800,000 Hard-Up Pensioners Left Without Basic Care

Basic-CareDavid Cameron is going through a rough and lean patch these days, and one of his biggest concerns are related to the appalling neglect being faced incessantly by elderly people after their retirement since then not exactly well
-off to afford basic care services.

Consumption of Poisonous Mushroom Leaves 4 Chronically Ill

Consumption of Poisonous Mushroom Leaves 4 Chronically IllThe failure to distinguish between poisonous mushroom and edible ones has led four Asian people chronically ill. They are now admitted at Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. They consumed world's most poisonous mushroom known as the dead cap on New Year's Eve in Canberra.

New Rival for Nano, the Bajaj Car

New Rival for Nano, the Bajaj CarIt has been recently revealed that Bajaj Auto has unveiled an extremely low-cost car. This is the first car, the 2-wheeler firm has made. It was a much awaited vehicle, as it is thought to be a tough competition to the Tata Nano.

Man's Saliva Considered 'Deadly Weapon'

Bacteria Infects Education Secretary, Disinfection Started at Government Headquarters

Bacteria Infects Education Secretary, Disinfection Started at Government HeadquartersIn a shocking revelation, it has been found that the Hong Kong's brand new $670-million government headquarters is reeling under the scar of Legionnaire's disease. The bacteria, which is found to be reason for this, has been found throughout the building and that nearly 14 times the acceptable limits.

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