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The five medical biases against women
The five medical biases against women

Gaza Post-Agencies Medicine’s gender inequalities can be matters of life or death, From drug trials that only use men to misconceptions about CPR. 1-Heart failure A study last week revealed that women in Australia are less likely than men to receive the recommended medicine for heart failure. In the UK, assumptions that heart...More

Vegetarian food guarantees strength of bones and teeth
Vegetarian food guarantees strength of bones and teeth

Gaza Post/Gaza Calcium is the main component of bone and teeth, which is also a vital component of blood vessels, muscle contraction, and strength of nails. It also causes a permanent sensation of tiredness and skin infections. You can increase your body's calcium input by the following foods: Broccoli. Spinach. Cabbage...More

Stages and causes of baby’s sleep disorders
Stages and causes of baby’s sleep disorders

Gaza Post/Gaza   Sleep disorders occur when the child begins to sleep for a while. The system becomes dysfunctional, sleepy at night, or wakes up much at night, the time he sleeps longer, or suddenly stops taking a nap after lunch. These disorders are related to certain growth stations and occur to many children according to the...More

UK delays no-deal medicine transport contract
UK delays no-deal medicine transport contract

Gaza Post-Agencies Delays at ports could affect deliveries of products such as blood, medicines and transplant organs, If the UK leaves the EU without an agreement. A deadline to agree a contract ensuring the swift delivery of medical supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit has been pushed back by seven weeks. The Department of Health and...More

Ebola outbreak fails to trigger World Bank pandemic bonds
Ebola outbreak fails to trigger World Bank pandemic bonds

Gaza Post-Agencies The World Health Organisation, last week declared the situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo an international emergency, representing its highest possible level of concern. On Wednesday, the World Bank said it would give $300m in grants and loans to DRC to step up its aid response. Bonds issued by the World...More

Game changing : Ovarian cancer drug recieves NHS approval
Game changing : Ovarian cancer drug recieves NHS approval

Gaza Post-Agencies The drug, named Lynparza (olaparib), is being made available through the Cancer Drugs Fund to help women with a genetic form of the cancer . A “game-changing” drug for women living with ovarian cancer has received approval as a first stage treatment on the NHS..   The medication has been found to extend...More

Swimmer dies after being attacked by rare brain-eating amoeba
Swimmer dies after being attacked by rare brain-eating amoeba

Gaza Post-agencies A young  man has died in the US after being attacked by a rare brain-eating amoeba while swimming. The man, named by his lawyer as Eddie Gray, was infected while swimming at a water park in the US state of North Carolina earlier this month. The lawyer said on behalf of Mr Gray's family that his death had been tragic...More

How many cups of milk a child needs every day?
How many cups of milk a child needs every day?

Gaza Post/Gaza Number of milk cups a child needs per day varies depending on his age. The amount is increasing from preschool to peak with adolescence. There are several ways to get the child the calcium required for the growth of bones and teeth, the most important animal milk, along with other methods such as vegetable milk or...More

7 Do not heat directly from the refrigerator
7 Do not heat directly from the refrigerator

Gaza Post/Gaza   There are some foods that become harmful if heated after being taken out of the refrigerator directly. The following are the most important foods:   1- Vegetables with high amounts of nitrates If you keep spinach, green leafy vegetables, carrots, rapeseed or even celery in the refrigerator, avoid heating...More

Study: An apple a day is 100m bacteria for your gut
Study: An apple a day is 100m bacteria for your gut

Gaza Post-Agencies According to scientists ,the impact of an apple a day in keeping the doctor away may be partly down to the beneficial bacteria it carries and their subsequent colonisation of your gut. A study has found that a typical apple carries more than 100m bacteria. Some of these microbes are important in maintaining a healthy gut...More

Hot weather:  How to sleep in a heatwave
Hot weather: How to sleep in a heatwave

Gaza Post-Agencies As temperatures soar across the UK, the difficulty of getting a good night's sleep is on many people's minds. But there are things you can do to beat the heatwave. Here are some tips. 1-No napping Hot weather can make us feel a bit lethargic during the day. That's because we're using more energy to...More

Study: Fish three times a week slashes risk of bowel cancer
Study: Fish three times a week slashes risk of bowel cancer

Gaza Post-Agencies Data from nearly half a million people showed 12% lower risk among regular fish eaters of the UK’s fourth most common form of cancer. Eating three portions of fish a week significantly lowers the chances of bowel cancer, a major new study suggests. Oily fish, such as mackerel, salmon and herring, are already thought...More