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HIV taking its tolls on the aging Americans

HIV patients are getting longer lives for better treatments but older people affected with the virus are facing troubles that are posing a challenge to the health care department as per a released report.

A study was conducted in New York, on thousand old men and women, aged fifty or more, affected with the virus. It showed that older people affected with the virus showed signs of depression compared to people of their age group who are not affected with the HIV virus.

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BMI outside normal range gets bad results from in vitro fertilization

Any woman having body mass index not within the normal range whether it is higher or lower gets worse results from in vitro fertilization as per demonstration of a study.

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With dollar strengthening and crude stockpile rising Oil stocks decline

Stocks saw a fall today for the first time after gaining for four days in a row as investors demand for raw material lessened with the apporeciation of dollar and traders pointed out that the stockpiles of oil in the US are rising.

Oil futures fell in the tune of zero decimal six percent as dollar got appreciated versus almost all the currencies except one out of sixteen most traded currencies.

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Patients might beat cancer taking Aspirin

Patients might beat cancer taking Aspirin

According to a new study, Aspirin one of the most pedestrian and ever present drug can reduce the risk of dying from prostrate cancer if the disease is localized which means it has not spread beyond the glands.

Researchers studied records of more than five thousand man suffering from prostrate cancer out of which two thousand patients were having aspirin or any other kind of blood thinner or anticoagulant and they found out that people taking blood thinner have more than fifty percent less chance of dying from cancer.

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