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Incorporating salmon and nuts into one’s daily regimen can lower the risk of heart disease
Some research points to women being at greater risk of CAD than men
The disease increasingly affects a younger demographic due to smoke inhalation and unhealthy diet
Despite a lack of concrete evidence, some experts say certain foods may trigger breathing
A recent study shows that stress negatively affects asthma symptoms
Smoking, air pollution and weather are common causes of asthma
Symptoms vary from one another, with coughing and wheezing being the most common
At early stages, many patients might not develop any obvious symptoms
AIDs is chronic but patients can live average lifespan with treatment
In general, the rates of recovery in the US, Canada and Europe are rising rapidly as death rates do not exceed 15% in those countries.
According to scientific research, a healthy diet can reduce one’s chances of developing tumours
Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer worldwide among women
Media portrays negative image illness, as always resulting in death
A World Health Organization/UNICEF report claims more than 6 million lives have been saved from malaria over the past 15 years. Several countries are on the verge of eliminating the disease, health officials have said.
8.2 million cancer patients died in 2012, 17.1 million expected deaths in 2030, says Roche pharmaceuticals
The German government plans a law to tackle illegal deals between doctors and pharmaceutical companies. Anti-corruption groups say the law doesn’t go far enough, but doctors’ associations hardly consider it necessary.