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New blood test predicts risk of sudden cardiac <strong>death</strong>

New blood test predicts risk of sudden cardiac death

03 Apr 2014

Washington: A new research unveiled that a simple blood test can predict a person's risk for sudden cardiac death.

new blood test,   cardiac death risk,   cardiac death,   Samuel C Dudley,   cardiology death,   Cardiovascular Institute,   CVI,   cardiac defibrillator,   ICD,  
Higher risk of <strong>death</strong> from skin cancer among single men: Study

Higher risk of death from skin cancer among single men: Study

02 Apr 2014

London: A new study has claimed that single men of all ages are at a higher risk of death from skin cancer. They are more likely to die of cutaneous malignant melanoma - a most aggressive form of skin cancer - as there are differences in prognosis depending on cohabitation status and gender.

skin cancer,   skin cancer risk in men,   Single men at higher risk of skin cancer,   death risk of skin cancer in men,  
Sleeping pills, anti-anxiety drugs increase <strong>death</strong> risk: Study

Sleeping pills, anti-anxiety drugs increase death risk: Study

01 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study published by the British Medical Journal suggests that sleeping pills and anti-anxiety drugs are linked to a higher risk of death.

Anti-anxiety drugs,   sleeping pills,   sleeping pills cause early death,  early mortality,  
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 ,  
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,  
One million kids suffer from TB annually: Study

One million kids suffer from TB annually: Study

24 Mar 2014

Washington: As the world observes World TB Day on Monday, a shocking research reveals that despite improved medication and government’s initiative as well as aid agencies' efforts, the number of children suffering from tuberculosis (TB) annually has doubled since 2011.

World TB Day,   tuberculosis,   kids suffering from tuberculosis,   tuberculosis in India,   death rate of kids due to tuberculosis,  
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,  
Shun loneliness to live longer

Shun loneliness to live longer

17 Feb 2014

New York:  Are you in your sixties and feeling isolated? Protect yourself from loneliness and depression to avoid early death.

Lonely couple,   loneliness causes early death,   avoid early death,   isolation causes early death,   risks of being lonely,  
Gun access heightens risk of <strong>suicide</strong>, homicide

Gun access heightens risk of suicide, homicide

21 Jan 2014

Washington: As the gun control movement in US is gaining momentum, a new study cautions that someone with access to firearms is at a greater risk of committing suicide or being a victim of homicide.

gun access heightens risk of suicide,   Suicide risk,   homicide,   gun access bad,  
Higher <strong>death</strong> risk from after-hours heart attack: Study

Higher death risk from after-hours heart attack: Study

22 Jan 2014

Paris: Heart-attack patients admitted to hospital at night or on weekends run a five-percent higher risk of dying than those treated during regular hours, researchers said.

Higher death risks,   heart attack,   new study,   acute myocardial infarction,   BMJ,   ,  

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