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Ebola vaccine goes on trial in UK

Ebola vaccine goes on trial in UK

Sep. 17 | Oxford in south-east London to host Ebola vaccine trial. Trials for the experimental Ebola vaccine have begun in the UK, under which the first of the 60 volunteers will be injected with the vaccine that contains negligible part of genetic material from...

Surprize – a new apple variety by Tesco

Surprize – a new apple variety by Tesco

Sep. 16 | Mega-retailer Tesco has revealed Surprize – a new apple variety. UK’s largest retailer, Tesco, has unveiled a new variety of apples that it likes to call ‘Surprize’. The new variety of apple has a yellow skin and the inside flesh...

WHO – Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency

WHO – Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency

Aug. 8 | Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency, says World Health Organisation. Putting all doubts to rest, the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that the Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency at an international level. While it has made...

New Coca Cola Life to go on sale in the UK

New Coca Cola Life to go on sale in the UK

Jun. 11 | The New Coco-Cola Life claims to have a Third less sugar than the regular version of Coke. Beverage manufacturing giant Coca-Cola is all set to launch its new naturally sweetened drink which will have three times less sugar and calories than the regular...

Children who eat with parents are 40 percent less obese, suggests study

Children who eat with parents are 40 percent less obese, suggests study

Jun. 2 | A recent study has suggested that children who regularly eat their breakfast and dinner with their parents are much less likely to get obese. The study has been conducted by the researchers in Europe. The research said that parents who ate with their...

Unhealthy diets more harmful than risk of tobacco – Study

Unhealthy diets more harmful than risk of tobacco – Study

May. 19 | Experts have warned that people who have unhealthy diets are vulnerable to greater risks than the risk posed by tobacco. A United Nations Investigator has said that the government must take measures to tax the harmful food products. A statement has been...

Study shows expensive sun creams do not offer adequate protection

Study shows expensive sun creams do not offer adequate protection

May. 16 | A recent study conducted in the UK showed that sun block creams from brands such as Hawaiian Tropic, Piz Buin and Malibu did not manage to pass skin protection tests. It has been reported that sun creams from these three brands were tested, after...

Poor medical care increases asthma-related deaths in UK each year

Poor medical care increases asthma-related deaths in UK each year

May. 6 | A recent report by the Royal College of Physicians showed that about two thirds of asthma sufferers’ deaths in the UK could have been avoided. The report stated that each year, people who are suffering from asthma in the country have been...

Mandatory eating of greens to make children unhappy – Study

Mandatory eating of greens to make children unhappy – Study

Apr. 24 | Many parents pressurize their children to eat greens as it is good for them to get nutrition. However this does not make the children happy. A study has shown that children who are allowed to have sweets and watch TV in moderation score higher for well...

UK’s North East faces increased number of skin cancer cases

UK’s North East faces increased number of skin cancer cases

Apr. 22 | Recent figures have shown that skin cancer rates in the UK’s North-East region have soared in the past two decades. It has also been reported that hundreds of people are diagnosed with skin cancer on a yearly basis and a dramatic increase in figures...