Can you make changes to your home to make it healthier? Medical experts say YES starting  with your bedroom. Biggest tip keep the bedroom for sleep no electronics. Add some plants and purify the air.       New innovations claiming to give you more energy and even help you sleep better are just some of the wellness features found in the new healthy home. Some tips for a healthier home. For...

  Mesothelioma is not only a common topic of discussion among patients and doctors, but the people surrounding them and also those who aren’t related in any way have many questions regarding the deadly disease.Some of the most common questions asked about this condition have been answered here. What is mesothelium? In simple words, mesothelium is a layer that provides coverage and protection...

  Although not very common, Mesothelioma is a very serious malignant tumor. This form of cancer mainly attacks the torso of the body. Mesothelioma is always associated with exposure to asbestos. Contact, like breathing and swallowing, with the asbestos particles in different ways can lead to the condition. Symptoms for this unique disease are such that they are often misinterpreted as indications...

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  The Brisbane City Council removes materials from park for asbestos testing. This asbestos scare has a happy ending. Some building materials suspected of containing asbestos were found by Brisbane City Council officers in Brighton Park on the Hornibrook Highway recently. The area affected has been closed to public access, however the car park and first shelter facilities remain open. Field...

The Curtin University researches mesothelioma – Pleural and peritoneal mesothelioma are cancers that develop on the lining of the lungs and are almost always caused by asbestos exposure.   WESTERN Australian researchers have determined the risk of developing mesothelioma continues to increase even 40 years after a person’s first exposure to asbestos.They found the rate and risk of...