Tag: Disorders

CDC: ‘New Waterborne Disease Challenges Have Emerged’

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In December 2020, the CDC disclosed that United States has one of the safest drinking water supplies in the world; yet every year an...

800 Million Children Exposed to Poisonous Lead Levels

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One third of the world’s children have lead levels exceeding 5 micrograms per decilitre - a cautionary, toxic threshold monitored by WHO and the...

‘Ex vivo’ Autologous Gene Therapy Very Promising for Sickle Cell Disease

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“We are entering an era where gene therapies are being developed and have been approved for genetic disorders of the blood system,” said Professor...

London Health Sciences Centre: 81-year-old Man Held against His Will...

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In May 2019, 81-year-old Robert McGregor received a phone call from London Hospital Sciences Centre (LHSC) requesting his attendance with Dr. Sami Omer, which...

Children with Dyslexia have Increased Cognitive Skills and Undiscovered Talents

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Dyslexic people focus on deficits in their literacy skills when they should be acknowledging and celebrating the unique talents they possess.“…people with dyslexia can...

WHO Warns Against Overweight Becoming ‘New Norm’

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Written by Veronika Bradley, Editor for Children’s Health and Safety Association – March 6, 2014 and Republished by Diligencia Investigative Reporting – May 2019A detailed...

ROSA: Robotic Surgical Assistant for Complex Brain Surgeries – Future Forward...

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Written by Veronika Bradley, Editor for Children’s Health and Safety Association – July 29, 2014 and Republished by Diligencia Investigative Reporting – April 2019Bertin Nahum:...

Music Boosts Kid’s Brains, Improves Health & Communication – and they’re...

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Written by Veronika Bradley, Editor for Children’s Health and Safety Association – January 29, 2015 and Republished by Diligencia – April 2019According to a study...

Lead-Level Limits for Children – Results of Canada’s Survey and Policy

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The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reduced its level on lead poisoning from 10 to 5 micrograms per decilitre cutting in half the lead...

Dr. Stanley Zlotkin Develops ‘Sprinkles’ to prevent Anaemia in Vulnerable Populations

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Dr. Stanley Zlotkin, a ‘champion of intervention’, had a notion that a simple form of ‘home fortification’ could prevent anaemia in developing countries –...

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