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Asthma treatment in the US was given by the name Flovent, which is no longer in continuation; leading to children with asthma with grave danger.

Asthma Treatment Turmoil: The Impact of Flovent’s Discontinuation on Children’s Health in the US!

Asthma treatment in the US was given by the name Flovent, which is no longer in continuation; leading to children with asthma with grave danger.
Niacin, a major vitamin | Credits: Google Images

Breaking: Excess Niacin intake linked to heart disease risk in latest study!

As per the new research, niacin, a major vitamin, raises heart-related risks at high levels, hence damaging the blood vessels.
Anti-depressants taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women have adverse effects on the fetus's brain, leading to damage in brain development later in life.

Key Alert: Antidepressants in Pregnancy and Breastfeeding – Fetal Brain Impact Exposed! 

Anti-depressants taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women have adverse effects on the fetus's brain, leading to damage in brain development later in life.

A New Guide to Healthy Eating

Feb. 16, 2024 – When it comes to your diet, your plate is important. Experts say it should include a healthy protein, whole grains,...
Representation for rashes caused during measles

Measles takes a long jump, as the cases rise in unvaccinated children across all...

The UK's health agency issued urgent notice to urge parents giving their children measles vaccine as the new cases emerge in every state of England.

Exercising When Sick: A Good Move?

You have been so great about your new exercise routine, rarely missing a day since you started up again. Then all of a sudden...
A bubonic plague case reported in a resident of central Oregon, was contracted by an infected pet cat who later died after the treatment.

A serious case of Plague disease appeared in Oregon county! Is the Middle Ages...

A bubonic plague case reported in a resident of central Oregon, was contracted by an infected pet cat who later died after the treatment.
Researchers from Stanford University have recently shed light on the reason why women are more vulnerable to autoimmune diseases of various kinds.

Stanford Breakthrough: Understanding Why Women Are More Prone to Autoimmune Diseases! 

Researchers from Stanford University have recently shed light on the reason why women are more vulnerable to autoimmune diseases of various kinds.