Anorexic model Isabelle Caro Died at 28

Posted by on Dec 30, 2010 | Leave a Comment

French model, Isabelle Caro died at the age of 28 on 17 November. She was suffering from anorexia disease when she was thirteen years old. According to Le Parisien newspaper report, her family wants to keep her death private. The exact reason of her death is not disclosed yet but she had been hospitalized for respiratory problems. Her funeral ceremony was held in Paris in November. According to Caro’s acting coach,...  Read More

New Hope in HIV Prevention Drug

Posted by on Nov 29, 2010 | Leave a Comment

As per the researchers, for the first time, New Hope in HIV Prevention Drug is that HIV infection can be blocked by a drug duo which is widely used for treating the AIDS virus. Now minimum 56 countries have steady or declining incidence of HIV/AIDS, announced by UNAIDS. For every one, still two new infections are put on antiretroviral therapy on World AIDS Day this week. The global AIDS epidemic has become for the better...  Read More

Vangelia Gushterova Predicts for world war 3

Posted by on Nov 24, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Ultimately blind, Vangelia Gushterova aka Baba Vanga predicted for world war 3 that it will take place in November 2010. Vangelia’s predications come eighty percentages true. Refer the following article to know about Vangelia Gushterova’s forecast for world war 3. Vangelia Gushterova was born on 31st January, 1911 in Strumica. Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova is her birth name and after marriage she was known as Vangelia...  Read More

200 Death Due to Cholera in Haiti

Posted by on Oct 25, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Epidemic of cholera has killed 200 people in Haiti and so it becomes a major concern for Haiti‘s people health. More than 2,000 people take treatment for Cholera in and out Saint-Marc hospital. In this current year, it is another trouble for Haiti after facing earthquake that took more than 3, 00, 000 lives nine month ago and turned Haiti into an unimaginable hell. Aid Organizations have deployed medical teams...  Read More

Aspirin Low Dose Can protect Against Colon Cancer

Posted by on Oct 22, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Aspirin low dose (75 mg/day) can lessen the risk of developing colon cancer by 24 percent and deaths by a 35 percent, according to the study. Daily low doses of Aspirin are already suggested for patients at threat of a heart attack or a stroke by many doctors. In developed countries, colon cancer is the 2nd most common cancer with around one million new cases and 6,00,000 deaths worldwide annually. Aspirin high doses...  Read More

Kathleen Edwards suffering Huntington’s disease – Hot on Facebook

Posted by on Oct 15, 2010 | 4 Comments

Kathleen Edwards, just seven year old, is currently suffering from Huntington’s disease. Huntington’s disease is generally hereditary, as of this disease Kathleen’s mother died last year at just age of 24. Before few days, Kathleen was also hunted by cyber bullying from a resident neighbor. Neighbors Jennifer and Scott Petkov placed grim picture of Kathleen and her deceased mother, Laura on Facebook. A young girl,...  Read More

Trypophobia Causes & Cure

Posted by on Oct 13, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Trypophobia is a strong fear of the different categories of holes whether in clusters or not. It results in an all- over tickly feeling and common nervousness. There are many causes behind this situation and treatment is also available for Trypophobia that is given here. According to some sources, phobia was given the name trypophobia by the Oxford English Dictionary on May 23rd, 2005. A phobia is illogical fear or a...  Read More

FDA approves Vivitrol Drugs to treat Opioid Dependence

Posted by on Oct 13, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Alkermes Inc’s drug Vivitrol is approved as a monthly injection by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat those hooked on powerful opioid painkillers. For the treatment of opioid dependence Vivitrol is the first and only non-narcotic, non-addictive, once monthly medication. In 2006, Vivitrol was approved for the treatment of alcohol dependence by the FDA. Vivitrol (naltrexone) is a special narcotic blocker...  Read More

Scott & Jennifer Petkov & Apologize for Taunting Dying Girl

Posted by on Oct 09, 2010 | 4 Comments

Scott & Jennifer Petkov apologize for taunting girl who is now dying from Huntington’s disease. 7-year-old Kathleen Edward was in the final stages of a degenerative brain disorder, Huntington’s disease and the same disease killed her mother, Laura, when she was only 24. Neighbors Jennifer and Scott Petkov posted grim depictions of Laura and Kathleen on Facebook. On Friday night, Jennifer Petkov told FOX...  Read More

Government Licensing Internet – A Proposal By Microsoft

Posted by on Oct 08, 2010 | Leave a Comment

As a way to improve cybersecurity, the Government Licensing Internet idea is proposed by Microsoft which would open the door for government licensing to access the Internet. By this proposal, federal authorities would be able to block individual computers from linking towards the world extensive internet under the pretext of stopping malware attacks, thereby curbing cyberthreats soon after they start. A new government...  Read More