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Date Joined: Apr 1, 2010

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Panunuyo ng Pwerta (Vaginal Dryness)
on Nov 3, 2011 in General Health Reproductive Health Medical Advice Women's Health Click image to enlarge Available at: Jeepney Press Tanong: I'm already in my late 40's, single, menopause for the past 4 years. Whenever I make love with my current boyfriend, it really hurts and I feel dry. My old friend told me that there...

Tubig sa Baga (Pleural Effusion)
on Aug 5, 2011 in General Health Medical Advice Available at: Jeepney Press Tanong (T): Hello. I just want to ask your opinion. May tubig sa baga ang father ko. Ano ang ibig sabihin noon? Doc Gino (DG): It's like this, kung meron siyang problema sa puso, sa tingin ko ay “pleural effusion...

Nova Scotia ordered to pay a woman for growing Cannabis
on Jun 20, 2011 in Retirement General Health This news may raise eyebrows. The government of Nova Scotia, Canada has been ordered to subsidize the costs of growing marijuana for the medical needs of a woman who is suffering from pain arising from a vehicular accident. The province was told b...

Dengue vaccine out by 2015
on Jun 19, 2011 in Infectious Disease General Health In a few years time, humanity may soon say goodbye to dengue fever, a mosquito-borne disease that infects 220 million people and kills two million each year. For decades, Thailand has been researching to develop the world's first dengue vaccine to c...

Afghanistan tops world's most dangerous countries for women
on Jun 16, 2011 in General Health Women's Health According to a poll released on Wednesday by Thomson Reuters Foundation's legal news service, TrustLaw, the five most dangerous countries for women are, in descending order, Afghanistan, Congo, Pakistan, India and Somalia. The global hub for pr...

8-Year-old girl becomes third rabies survivor in the US
on Jun 12, 2011 in Infectious Disease General Health Science and Medicine are changing. Human race has again claimed victory against the deadly viral disease rabies, which claims about 55,000 lives worldwide. An 8-year-old girl became the third person in the US to have recovered from rabies infection...

Contraceptives for the macho
on Jun 4, 2011 in Reproductive Health Health News It has always been the female population who are subjected to temporary and permanent fertility control—contraceptive pills, intra-uterine devices, tubal ligation and the like. For their male counterparts, we only know barriers like condoms and th...

NY court charges a physician involved in $700,000 HIV drug fiasco
on Jun 3, 2011 in Infectious Disease Health News A doctor from Manhattan was busted for falsely telling 150 patients to claim they harbor the HIV virus so he could claim from Medicaid $700,000 for medications. After posting a $250,000-bond, the 57-year-old Dr. Suresh Hemrajani pleaded not guilty o...

US researchers blind mosquitoes to combat fatal diseases
on Jun 2, 2011 in Infectious Disease Health News Are you not tired of mosquito bites that cause deadly diseases like dengue fever, yellow fever and malaria? Three classes of molecules were created by scientists at the University of California that will make mosquitoes less sensitive to smell the c...

US medical board revokes fertility doctor's license
on Jun 1, 2011 in Reproductive Health Health News The medical license of a Beverly Hills obstetrician-gynecologist—who implanted 12 embryos to a 34-year-old American that resulted to the delivery of octuplets—will be revoked effective 1 July, announced by the Medical Board of California Wednesda...

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