Dementia Diagnosis Improved

DementiaAs per a study being taken out by Alzheimer's Society, it has been revealed that there has been rise in the number of people being diagnosed with dementia in Alzheimer's Society. However, more than 400,000 people, who are suffering from it, have not been diagnosed yet.

National Pancake Day

National Pancake DayIt has been recently revealed in a report that there was the celebration of the National Pancake Day. This was a way to celebrate the tasty pancakes that have been a great breakfast option for the people of the country, since a long time.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids Can Fight Alzheimer’s

Omega 3 Fatty Acids Can Fight Alzheimer’sIt has been revealed in a research that omega 3 fatty acids are rich in nutrients and this might mean that they can be really helpful in helping the brain to function better. The study is further of the view that one’s thinking and learning capabilities will be boosted enough with the help of food rich in omega 3 acids.

Glucose Meter Brand Switch is Not Harmful for Patients

PharmacoAs per a recent report, it has been revealed that Pharmac has put a proposal before New Zealand Doctors, which says that Pharmaco NZ Ltd. should be made the nation’s sole supplier of funded blood glucose meters and test strips.

26 Year Old Goes Bald To Fight Against Cancer

Kate-VinkA recent report has unveiled that shaving off head is an easy way to fight cancer when cancer has been killing one’s closed ones. A woman, 26, Kate Vink has also decided to shave her hair off her head on Thursday so as to battle against the disease that took away her sister forever.

Son Wants Inquest In Mother’s Death

UniversityAs per recent reports, it has been revealed that a coroner inquiry will not be held in the death case of a retired doctor, whose son helped her commit suicide. The son wants to know the exact reason of his mother’s death and has said that he will be contacting his legal advisor to look into the matter.

Quadruple transplant Turkish Patient Dies

TurkishAs per reports, it has been revealed that a Turkish patient, who underwent quadruple limb transplant, has lost his life at Hacettepe University Hospital, Ankara. It was the world’s first quadruple limb transplant, but it could not turn out to be complete success.

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