Everything related to menopause like night sweats, hot flushes, mood swings and more can be blamed on men.
It was stated by evolutionary geneticists from Canada's McMaster University that older women have no purpose to remain fertile as men choose younger women as partners and this is harming fertility among older women.
Britain is bringing up a really fat generation and this is evident from a number of children being admitted to hospitals for various illnesses that are linked to obesity. In just 10 years, the number of obesity related illnesses among children have gone up four times.
For improving transparency in the NHS, league tables have been designed and hospitals doctors who do not perform well can opt out of these league tables.
Managers are approaching doctors and asking them if their track record can be made public, the doctors are free to refuse anytime.
A report has shown that after falling over in hospital, two deaths of elderly patients occur every week.
In 2011, England hospitals recorded about 209,000 falls. A huge number of patients had to face severe harm due to falls like fractures and head injuries with some patients dying.
Immigrants have been blamed for the A&E crisis that are escalating by a prominent Conservative MP and Labour has reacted with outrage at these comments.
Chris Skidmore, who sits on the Commons health committee, said that due to migrants going to A&E rather than their local GP assistance, services had got overburdened.
Games giant Nintendo has announced that it would offer several new products related to its Wii U gaming system in the coming months.
The list of the company's upcoming products includes a white 32GB Wii U and larger Wii Pad battery, which will be made available in Japan wintin the next few months. The new battery promises to provide a running time of between 5-8 hours.
By getting one million people on trampolines and make them bounce, Horsham folk are this month being asked to sign up to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
The National Get Britain Bouncing Day will fall on June 27 and clubs, schools and people are being asked to participate in `Get Britain Bouncing' during Cystic Fibrosis Week.