Smoking give bad effect on health

Smoking give bad effect on health

As we know, smoking is a bad habit. It not only waste money but also effect on your health. I think most of us know that smoking may lead to health problem and deadly disease. From the CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) research,the result show that smoking will harms and damages almost every organ in the body such as mouth,stomach, bladder, voicebox, kidney,lung,throat, pancreas and even leukemia. Other than cancer, smoking can effect…

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Celery good for your health

Celery good for your health

Celery is a plant variety in the family Apiaceae. It is commonly used as a vegetably. Celery seed is also used as a spice. Celery is a leaves that content of high vitamin A. It is a very nutritious vegetable .The stems also full of vitamin B and C. Natural organic salt in celery is safe for consumption and good for your health. The color of the leaves should be green or white. Chinese traditional…

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WHO guidance to prevent and control cervical cancer

WHO guidance to prevent and control cervical cancer

WHO has launched new guidance to help prevent and control cervical cancer. The new journal entitled ‘Comprehensive cervical cancer control : A guide to essential practice ‘ has been revealed at the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Melbourne, Australia on 3 December 2014. Guidance to prevent and control cervical cancer Vaccinate 9-13 year old girls with two doses of HPV vaccine – This vaccine to prevent Human papilomavirus(HPV) infect the woman as the virus related…

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Don’t ignore cancer symptoms

Don’t ignore cancer symptoms

London, Dec 3 (IANS)- Perhaps driven by fear, people often prefer to dismissing potential warning signs of cancer, thereby putting their lives at risk, says a study. In the study involving 1,700 people, more than half (53 percent) said they had experienced at least one red-flag cancer ‘alarm’ symptom during the previous three months, but only two percent of them thought that cancer was a possible cause, the findings showed. Cancer Symptoms: Prevention is Better…

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