Every year, November 17 is observed as the World Premature Day, a campaign that raises awareness about the challenges faced by premature babies and mothers. The CDC said that there has been a surge in preterm birth rates in the United States. Preterm is one of the leading causes of deaths in children under the age of 5.
An investigation conducted by the news station WCNC has found that some makeup samples were tested positive for deadly diseases and even sexually transmitted diseases. They found that the samples had E. coli, herpes, staph, and MRSA, which are dangerous.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a war against the skyrocketing prices of insulin in the United States. The agency hopes that it could bring down the insulin cost by encouraging generic drug manufacturers to enter the global insulin market.
On World Diabetes Day, which is marked on November 14, Minnesota Senator Tina Smith is going to introduce a bill that will request the Department of Human Services to conduct research on how patients with diabetes are rationing their insulin. She explained that skyrocketing insulin prices have affected many people with type 1 diabetes.
A new study has found that young children who eat gluten-rich foods, such as bread or pasta, are more likely to develop celiac disease and even gluten intolerance. The study looked at more than 6,600 children who had a genotype linked to celiac disease and type 2 diabetes.
A new study found that hiccups could play a key role in the development of the brain in newborn and help them learn how to breathe. The study found that hiccups triggered brainwaves in the brain’s cortex area, resulting in the contraction of breathing muscles and diaphragm.
A new blood filtering technology using magnets is set to undergo first human trials next year. The new technology includes the purification of blood by using magnets to extract deadly diseases, such as malaria, leukemia, and others, from the blood. The new treatment infuses magnetic nanoparticles in the blood and removes the viruses and bacteria from the blood.