Very Few Rural Students Are Enrolling For Medical Schools

Very Few Rural Students Are Enrolling For Medical Schools

When it comes to medical schools, it usually accepts the top and deserving candidates. A recent report is showing that rural students from the country are not getting enrolled in this type of course. This report shows that the number of students getting admitted to medical school has dropped by more than 8% from the last 15 years. Majority of the medical schools have less than 5% of the rural students in their programme, which is quite shocking for everyone. The data came from the Association of Medical Colleges, which…

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Hunter encountered bubonic plague in China while eating wild rabbits

Hunter encountered bubonic plague in China while eating wild rabbits

28 people are in isolation in China’s north Internal Mongolia area afterward; a hunter was analyzed with bubonic wave Saturday, the local health commission said. Rendering to state news activity Xinhua, after capturing and intake a bare rabbit in Inner Mongolia’s district, the unnamed person was thought to have become infected with the plague. The most current version of the disease is a bubonic plague and rarely spread among humans. The situation comes afterward the announcement of two people’s existence preserved for pneumonic wave the capital of Beijing by the…

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The study says that only kids are more likely to be overweight.

The study says that only kids are more likely to be overweight.

According to a new study published on Wednesday, only children may be at a higher risk of obesity than children who have siblings. The study examined only children’s eating habits and body weight dubbed by researchers “singletons” and found that they had fewer healthy eating ways and drink preferences than multi-child families. While the sample size was limited and the research was unable to determine cause and effect, it does “increase an exciting fact that we want to understand better,” said pediatric Dr. Muth, who places the Obesity Section of…

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Hepatitis A Outbreak Hits Multiple Counties in Washington among Homeless and drug Users

Hepatitis A Outbreak Hits Multiple Counties in Washington among Homeless and drug Users

Hepatitis A outbreak hits in multiple counties in Washington State. According to the Washington State Department of Health, the outbreak has majorly occurred in the people who are homeless as well as drug users. There are a total of 13 confirmed cases occurred, out of two cases are in King County, nine cases are in Spoken County, one case in Snohomish County and one case in Pend Oreille County. The incidence rate is comparatively high in the people who have less access or no access to the sanitation stated by…

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A study by CU Boulder states sleeping for either less than 6 hours or more than 9 hours could up risk of heart attack

A study by CU Boulder states sleeping for either less than 6 hours or more than 9 hours could up risk of heart attack

Not sleeping for an adequate number of hours poses a threat to long term health, especially to heart. The University of Colorado Boulder recently published research in the journal of the American college of cardiology about sleep duration and its impact oh heart. The researchers at the university conducted a seven-year-long study of about half a million people aged between 40 and 69. An ideal duration to sleep is 6 to 9 hours per day. Senior author of the study who is an assistant professor at the University of Colorado…

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