Drug Resistant TB Bacteria can be Killed by Vitamin C

Vitamin C could be a blessing for patients suffering from drug resistant TB as it kills drug resistant TB bacteria as found by researchers of  Albert Einstein College of Medicine.  This study was published in the journal of Nature Communication. TB therapy could also reduce if vitamin C added to currently used drugs.

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Systemic Inflammation in COPD Patients is Due to Depression

It is the first time that researchers have discovered that systemic inflammation in COPD patients is associated with depression, according to the latest research that will be presented at ATS 2013 International Conference in Philadelphia.

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Doctors Prescribe More Analgesics to Women Than to Men Just for Being Female

Women are more likely to be prescribed pain killers in comparison to men regardless of pain, age and social class, according to the latest study published in the journal of Gaceta Sanitaria (Spanish health scientific journal).

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Most Women Suffer Diarrhea and Other Bowel Disorders During Pregnancy

Latest study conducted by Loyola University Medical Center has shown that approximately 72% pregnant women suffer diarrhea, constipation or other bowl disorders but overall impact of such bowl disorders do not significantly affect the quality of life of pregnant women.

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