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22-Pushup Challenge: Celebrities doing Pushups to Save Veterans’ lives

22-Pushup Challenge: Celebrities doing Pushups to Save Veterans’ lives

Remember the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, an activity that made many celebrities and people around the globe dump a bucket of ice and water of their head? That challenge isn’t back, but there’s another online sensation that has been grabbing worldwide attention these days. It’s the 22 Pushup Challenge.

Khloé Kardashian Promotes Regular Checks on Moles For Cancer

Khloé Kardashian Promotes Regular Checks on Moles For Cancer

Khloé Kardashian has cautioned others to keep a regular check on the moles that suddenly appear on the body after one of her mole turned out to be cancerous. Khloé of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians fame, disclosed that subsequent to negative checks a few times, a mole on her back was identified by doctors to be cancerous.

Innovative Campaign To Encourage Blood Donations

Innovative Campaign To Encourage Blood Donations

A new and innovative campaign has been undertaken by global health services organizations to attract new blood donors amid the diminishing number of first-time blood donors. This campaign involves abolishing the letters A, B and O from signs and even postmark stamps since these are the primary letters that are used to classify the principal blood groups.

Advanced Insights Into Alzheimer’s in 2016

Advanced Insights Into Alzheimer’s in 2016

Neuroscience scientists have been seeking innovative treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and also ways to actually avoid this illness, which has enveloped the lives of over 5 million adults. By 2050, it is being forecasted that the number of people above 65 years of age in the United States that will be affected by this disease will increase by threefold.

Johnson & Johnson ‘concealed and misrepresented’ risk of its transvaginal mesh products, Kentucky's attorney general says

Johnson & Johnson ‘concealed and misrepresented’ risk of its transvaginal mesh products, Kentucky's attorney general says

The attorney general of Kentucky has sued health-care giant Johnson & Johnson for millions of dollars. According to the attorney the company ‘concealed and misrepresented’ the danger of its transvaginal mesh products to patients and physicians. The lawsuit has been called unjustified by Johnson & Johnson.

Yellow fever: WHO planning to reconvene emergency committee to reassess recommendations

Yellow fever: WHO planning to reconvene emergency committee to reassess recommendations

Amid concerns that the existing yellow fever epidemic in Angola is spreading to the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the World Health Organization (WHO) is looking forward to conduct a meeting of the emergency committee on yellow fever in the approaching weeks to re-examine recommendations made for nations facing the risk.

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