Health


Avoid eating romaine lettuce after E. Coli outbreak in US, Canada

This strain of E. coli produces a toxin that, in some cases, can lead to serious illness, kidney problems and even death. CDC officials have said that because they have not identified a source they are unable to recommend whether residents should avoid a particular food.


Alcohol damage to DNA is cause of cancer

Alcohol damage to DNA is cause of cancer

It has always been known that a build up of carcinogenic acetaldehyde - a chemical produced when the body processes alcohol - is the principal cause of seven types of cancer, especially breast cancer in women as well as bowel and mouth cancer.


ESA doesn't think games are addictive

ESA doesn't think games are addictive

The forthcoming version of the ICD will be published in May 2018."Inclusion of a disorder in ICD is a consideration which countries take into account when making decisions on provision of health care and allocation of resources for prevention, treatment and rehabilitation", Hartl said.



Romaine lettuce may be source of E. coli outbreak

In the past two months, 58 people in the USA and Canada have become ill and one person in the US has died in the multi-state outbreak, according to Consumer Reports. As of December 28, 2017, Canadian health officials have reported 41 cases of the strain and linked the infections to romaine lettuce. "CDC is still collecting information to determine whether there is a food item in common among sick people, including leafy greens and romaine".


Flu deaths rise to seven in North Carolina

Flu deaths rise to seven in North Carolina

San Diego County has reported 45 deaths from seasonal flu outbreaks resulting in more than 3,300 cases last week. Marten said. "Patients experiencing acute symptoms should seek treatment at the nearest emergency department". It is widespread in most states except for Michigan, Iowa, Utah, Nevada, North Carolina, New Jersey, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont where localized cases are reported.


Haathi Mere Saathi first look

Haathi Mere Saathi first look

Rana Daggubati unveils the intriguing and intense first look poster of his trilingual remake " Haathi Mere Saathi " marking New Year special for all his fans. Later he added, "And now it's officially another year!" Clearly this film has 3 different names only one of them is Haathi Mere Saathi . "Best wishes.