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arrow Drinking Hot Tea Strongly Linked To Higher Risk Of Oesophagal Cancer
07-04-2009
A study carried out in a province of northern Iran where people drink lots of hot tea every day found there was a strong link between drinking very hot tea and a higher risk of cancer of the oesophagus, the tube of muscle that carries food from the throat to the stomach.
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arrow Malnutrition Risk Underappreciated In Laryngeal Cancer Patients
07-04-2009
Almost half of all patients with cancer of the voice box (larynx) who receive radiotherapy treatment will experience malnutrition, according to new data presented at the European Society for Medical Oncology's Symposium on Cancer and Nutrition (Zurich, 20-21 March 2009).

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arrow Ways to Minimize Tinnitus -- Troublesome Noises in the Ears
23-03-2009
Ringing, whining, whistling, hissing or whooshing. Any of those sounds in one or both ears when there is no external noise present could be a sign of tinnitus.
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arrow Dog Bites A Particular Threat To Young Children, Especially As Temperatures Rise
23-03-2009
Young children are especially vulnerable to severe dog bites in the head and neck areas, and there is a correlation between cases of dog bites and rising temperatures, according to new research published in the March 2009 issue of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
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arrow Wake Up to Health Risks of Heavy Snoring
19-03-2009
Heavy snoring can be far from a nuisance. It can be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, a condition where an individual briefly stops breathing during the night which raises the risk of heart failure and strokes.
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arrow Simpler Sleep Apnea Treatment Seems Effective, Affordable
12-03-2009
A simpler, less costly method of diagnosing and treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is as effective as the traditional protocol that relies on specialist physicians and sleep studies, according to Australian researchers.
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arrow Honey Might Just Sweeten the Sinuses
12-03-2009
There is a reason bees protect it and bears love it, honey is not only delicious but used for healing. A spoonful of honey will coat your throat and soothe the sore during the cold season and added to tea it is used as a sweet yet healthy way to put you at ease. Honey has been used as a staple in diets as far back as biblical times and it was known to be used as currency during the Roman Empire.
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arrow Doctors want employers to conduct courses
27-02-2009
Teach us - that's the appeal of doctors to both the Human Resources Ministry and employers. Doctors have been blamed for causing workers to lose life-long pensions from Socso because their health problems are not linked to their jobs or the work environment.


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