There’s a new study on Asian bird flu that have prompted debate whether there’s enough safeguard in place. A study involving a genetically modified flu virus has put a spotlight on calls for tighter international oversight of biomedical research whose bugs pose a high risk of global disease outbreak if released accidentally. It is one studies that being debate how to censore research results to avoid publishing details that could
Hello to all my lovely readers. Today, I don’t have any idea to write or ‘copy paste’ article about health. I’m also not in good condition. Today, I’m very tired after get job to clean some dirty house. It is a job that must be done in short time. It is hard but it makes me sweat more and it is good for my body. I just opened yourhealthblog.net (5
Do you remembered about Avery? I’ve written about her in my previous entry. A babies that being diagnosis to spinal muscular atrophy. Sadly, her life is not long. After 5 months, she passed away. It is sad days for Avery fan that have faith to her. Just read about her entry (maybe it is last diary of her) :- http://averycan.blogspot.com/2012/05/avery-lynn-canahuati-111111-043012.html. Hope, her story will give inspiring to other’s parent. Image
Have a problem to sleep? Maybe some of you have this problem. Eating can solve your problem but not all meals. This is 9 food that help you to get better sleep. 1. Chickpeas – Chickpeas boast vitamin B6 that needed to make melatonin ( a sleep-inducing hormone triggered by darkness). 2. Fortified Cereals – Fortified cereals boast vitamin B6 which is needed to make melatonin .. Same like above..
upload pictures Kids who recognize fast-food ads on TV are more likely to become overweight and those familiar with alcoholic commercial are more likely to drink. This is the result from two new studies from Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. The study consist of 2,500 young people ranging from 15-20 years old about their exposure to alcohol. The researchers found that 59 % percent kids drank and 49% had
Avery is a five months old baby that has been diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, which is a genetic disorder that attacks spinal neurons and progressively weakens muscle function. Avery disease was Type I. The doctor have told her parent that their daughter has only 18 months to live. Her parent, Laura and Mike Canahuati from Houston created a blog dedicate for Avery life called Avery’s Bucket List. The blog