Health

April 22, 2010

Bali’s Dog Explosion Claims Another Life

TAMPAK SIRING The Bali Times A Balinese woman was killed on Thursday when the motorbike she was riding struck a dog, police said. Ni Wayan Kerni, 35, from Tampak Siring – Read More...
September 15, 2010

Legionnaires Scare Sparks Warning

PERTH Two West Australians are in hospital with Legionnaires’ disease after returning from Bali, sparking a warning for travellers from the WA Health Department. A third Australian, from Victoria, also – Read More...
December 13, 2010

December 10-16, 2010

By Dr Robert Goldman Longevity News and Review provides readers with the latest information in breakthroughs pertaining to the extension of the healthy human lifespan. These news summaries are compiled – Read More...
December 13, 2010

US Vows to Fight AIDS Until It’s Gone

President Barack Obama has hailed “tremendous progress” made in the fight against AIDS and expressed hope of eradicating the disease that has claimed 25 million lives worldwide. “At a time – Read More...
December 13, 2010

Scientists Find Key to Repairing Damage Caused by MS

British researchers announced this week that they may have found a way to reverse damage in the central nervous system caused by multiple sclerosis, in a study hailed by campaigners – Read More...
December 13, 2010

Aspirin Sharply Reduces Cancer Risk: Study

A small, daily dose of aspirin significantly diminishes the risk of death from a wide range of cancers, according to a landmark study. Earlier work by the same team of – Read More...
December 20, 2010

December 17-23, 2010

By Dr Robert Goldman Longevity News and Review provides readers with the latest information in breakthroughs pertaining to the extension of the healthy human lifespan. These news summaries are compiled – Read More...
December 20, 2010

Major Breast Cancer Drug Trial Disappoints

A major trial that aimed to see if a common bone-strengthening drug could help prevent recurrences of breast cancer found it did not benefit most patients. The five-year study, known – Read More...
December 20, 2010

Pfizer Pulls Thelin Due to Fatal Risk

US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has pulled its blood pressure drug Thelin off the market due to a potentially life-threatening risk of liver damage. Pfizer said it was voluntarily withdrawing Thelin – Read More...
January 3, 2011

Man Is HIV-Free after Stem Cell Transplant

An American man is still HIV-free more than three years after receiving a stem cell transplant, suggesting the first-ever cure of the virus that causes AIDS, German doctors have said. – Read More...
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