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Chinese woman attempts <strong>suicide</strong> as husband rejects dancing

Chinese woman attempts suicide as husband rejects dancing

12 Jul 2014

Beijing: A Chinese woman tried to kill herself after her husband turned down her invitation to a group square dance. The 53-year-old woman underwent emergency treatment after she consumed insecticide mixed with alcohol, says the report.

Chinese woman suicide,   husband rejects dancing,   group square dance,   suicide,   Chinese woman,   ,  
Watching too much TV may increase risk of early <strong>death</strong>: Study

Watching too much TV may increase risk of early death: Study

26 Jun 2014

Washington: The adults, who watch TV three hours or more a day, may double their risk of premature death from any cause, a new study has warned.

Watching TV,   risk of early death,   watching too much TV,   premature death from watching TV,   ,  
Blocking key enzyme minimizes stroke injury: Study

Blocking key enzyme minimizes stroke injury: Study

28 Jun 2014

Washington: A drug that blocks the action of a key enzyme could substantially reduce brain damage if administered shortly after a stroke, a new research suggests.

enzyme,   stroke injury,   reduce brain damage,   Cyclin-dependent kinase-5,   death during stroke,  
Low vitamin D may double premature <strong>death</strong> risk

Low vitamin D may double premature death risk

14 Jun 2014

Washington: Exposing your skin to the Sun may help you live long as people with lower blood levels of vitamin D are twice as likely to die prematurely as compared to people with higher blood levels of vitamin D, research suggests.

Low vitamin D,   premature death risk,   low blood level,   vitamin D,   bone diseases,  
Childhood nightmares may lead to <strong>suicide</strong>: Study

Childhood nightmares may lead to suicide: Study

05 May 2014

Toronto: Children who are bullied suffer in silence and the trauma may lead to anxiety, depression, psychotic episodes and even suicide, an alarming study has indicated.

Childhood nightmares,   silence,   trauma ,   sleep disturbances,   bullied,   Suzet Tanya Lereya,   University of Warwick,   ,  
'Dead' woman wakes up in morgue, then freezes to <strong>death</strong>

'Dead' woman wakes up in morgue, then freezes to death

02 May 2014

Los Angeles: Maria de Jesus Arroyo, 80, woke up in a body bag inside the mortuary freezer but she then actually died when she failed to get out.

Dead woman wakes up,   freezes to death,   White Memorial Medical Center,   US Hospital,   wakes up in morgue,   ,  
Texting while driving increasing <strong>death</strong> <strong>toll</strong> on the roads

Texting while driving increasing death toll on the roads

24 Jun 2013

A new survey has found that trivial text messages sent or read by drivers at the wheel have claimed the lives of many on the roads and left many more injured.

Texting while driving,   driving,   texting on phone,   accidents while texting,   messages read by drivers,  
High-fibre diet linked to lower <strong>death</strong> risk after heart attack

High-fibre diet linked to lower death risk after heart attack

07 May 2014

New Delhi: A new research suggests that a high-fiber diet could be the secret for heart attack survivors to live longer.

High-fibre diet,   heart attack,   heart attack survivors,   dietry fibre,  
Doctors abort medico's planned suicidal bid, incident finds space in medical journal

Doctors abort medico's planned suicidal bid, incident finds space in medical journal

21 Mar 2014

New Delhi: A young medical professional, who chose to end his life by consuming a combination of drugs, was saved by doctors using an unusual medical technique. The incident has now found a place in the Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine (IJCCM).

Planned suicide,   Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine,   Sir Ganga Ram Hospital,   antidote to digoxin,   suicide attempt,  
Overweight can cause early <strong>death</strong> in teenagers

Overweight can cause early death in teenagers

27 Mar 2014

Washington: Those who were overweight or obese as teenagers are likely to die early as life expectancy gains over the last 50 years have not been to their benefit, a research reveals.

Overweight,   Teenagers,   Amir Tirosh,   Brigham and Women Hospital,   Boston,   Israel ,  

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