Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend: How Jewelry Can Mitigate Overpopulation

Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend: How Jewelry Can Mitigate Overpopulation

The truth is obvious; overpopulation is causative to might as well every other problem that the world is facing; name it from...
E-Cigarettes

E-Cigarettes May Lead To Seizures?

E-cigarettes, more commonly known as vapes, have been a trend nowadays, especially in teenagers and young adults. This product has been introduced...
Sleeping on your side is best for pregnant women

Why Sleeping On Your Side Is Good For Your Baby

Research proves that sleeping on your left lateral recumbent position, or simply sleeping on your left side actually decreases the risk of...
NASA Discovered Disease-Causing Bacteria In The ISS; Possibly Harm Astronauts

NASA Discovered Disease-Causing Bacteria In The ISS; Possibly Harm Astronauts

NASA shared its latest discovery, and this time it does not talk about human exploration on Mars, Lunar landing, and possible life...
Mosquitos

How Mutant Mosquitoes Will Save Lives

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls upon an endemic in at least 100 countries in Asia, the Pacific, the Americas, Africa, and...
Jio Health

Jio Health Is Targeting Vietnam, And Here’s Why

Jio Health is a startup company that aims to address healthcare needs easier and simpler with the intervention of the Internet.
Plant Based Diet

People Switching To Plant-Based Diets? Here’s What You Need To Know!

The plant-based diet focuses on solely having vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains, nuts, and seeds on your plate. It is simpler to...
Male Birth Control Pills

Male Birth Control Pills To Slow Down Growing Population

The intriguing question that continues to haunt every one of us is if male birth control pills pose as essential to stop...
Brexanolone is the first FDA approved Postpartum Depression medication

‘Brexanolone’ First FDA Approved Drug For Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression is frequently considered as a natural reaction of women’s body during or after pregnancy. However, this case is more severe...
CBD oil is the new wonder product in treating cancer and other health diseases

The New Wonder: CBD Oil Products Offer Miracle Cures To Several Health Issues Including...

Marijuana is known for its pseudo name as 'Mary Jane' and has been used to treat pain way back 2900 BC. Scientists...
Research proves that too much eggs and cholesterol can cause health risks

Too Much Egg And Cholesterol Consumption Increases Risk Of Heart Diseases, Study Shows

Eggs are mostly part of our daily breakfast meal. Mornings would not be as joyful and energetic without these dairy products. Aside...
The recent breaches on hospital information lead to determine that such spend less for cybersecurity

Hospitals Only Spend 5% Of Its Budget For Cybersecurity Amidst 82% Of Them Reporting...

In the past year alone, the health industry has seen mounds of reports of security breaches and data leak in their systems...
Georgia House Committee approve Heartbeat Bill

Georgia House Committee Approves Heartbeat Bill

With every step towards proactive reproductive rights, some legislation tend to take a step back towards a pre-Roe v. Wade era. Wednesday,...
Author of the study that associate vaccination with Autism, discredited and further study debunks its claims

New Study Debunks Claims Against Vaccines, Again!

Another set of studies has debunked the previously discredited study linking MMR vaccination to risks of autism and is now widely accepted...
Teen Who Had Himself Vaccinated Named Facebook As The Source Of His Anti-Vaxx Mom's Misinformation

Teen Who Had Himself Vaccinated Named Facebook As The Source Of His Anti-Vaxx Mom’s...

Facebook has since been accused of being an enabler of misinformation as many false news and misinformation drives are published and conducted...
The second man to be cured of HIV, The London Patient

The London Patient, Second Man Cured Of HIV

Doctors around the world have been trying to find a cure for HIV ever since the epidemic began. Finally, a second man...
Patient records at risk of breaching due to wind blowing data away

Patient Data At Risk After Wind Blew Documents Away

Global security and safe data advocates have warned governments and organizations of cyber attacks that are meant to access and steal their...
video

The World’s First Remote Surgery Equipment

We are breaking new ground on the medical field as the first surgery was performed through 5G technology approximately 30 meters away between the...
Teenagers In Canada Get Themselves Vaccinated Against Parents' Wishes

Teenagers In Canada Get Themselves Vaccinated Against Parents’ Wishes

The global public health threat of Measles has also affected Canada. Nine recent confirmed cases of the disease have sparked a discussion...
YouTube Demonetized Anti-Vaxx Contents

YouTube Demonetized Anti-Vaxx Contents

Measles outbreaks were announced all over the world in the last two months. Thousands of total fatality were recorded in the USA,...
With the outbreak of measles around the world, facebook fights to stop anti-vaccine messaging

Facebook Fights Anti-Vaccine Messaging On Its Platform

Recently, a state of emergency has been officially declared in Washington due to a measles outbreak which affected 58 people, same with...
FDA Recommends A New Drug To Cure Depression

FDA Recommends A New Drug To Cure Depression

Researches and extensive studies continue to contribute to the field of clinical science. The discovery of Prozac was an example of another...
Is There Any Cure For Hangovers?

Is There Any Cure For Hangovers?

Drinking alcoholic beverages on special occasions such as weddings or birthdays are a must for some people. Others drink to bond with...
Study Reveals That A Dying Bacteria Sacrifices Itself To Save Others Against Antibiotics

Study Reveals That A Dying Bacteria Sacrifices Itself To Save Others Against Antibiotics

Bacterial infection and its subsequent complication are one of the world's leading cause of death in the last decade. Scientists pointed out...
Eggs With Anti-Cancer Drug

Genetically Modified Chickens Produce Eggs With Anti-Cancer Drug

Scientists from the University of Edinburgh Roslin Institute has announced the efficient generation of new transgenic chicken lines that lay eggs with...
FDA warned women about an unusual type of cancer associated with breast implant

FDA Warned Women On Getting An Unusual Type Of Cancer Associated With Breast Implants

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alerted women on the risk associated with breast implants. In a report released by FDA on...
Mental Health

Survey Lists Youth’s Mental Health Issues As Major Concern, Tops Obesity And Substance Abuse

A survey in Australia showed that most educators believe that mental health issues are one of the major problems among young children....
Measles Worldwide Outbreak

Measles Considered A Global Public Health Threat, Again

Measles has once again become a global public health threat with multiple countries announcing an outbreak in the first week of February....
7 dead and 269 still infected by measles outbreak in Manila

Measles Cases Alarm Manila Hospital: 7 Dead And 269 Are Still Infected

Manila, Philippines: cases of measles flooded hospitals in Manila, in which seven were reported dead due to lack of vaccination for the...
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo addressed asthma-related concerns

Governor Cuomo’s New Proposal Gears Toward Prevention Of Asthma-Related Diseases, Highlights Need For Good...

To prevent the increase of asthma cases, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo proposed a budget proposal for fiscal year 2020 which would incorporate home improvement project as a solution. This project is in line with the Governor's Health Across All Policies Initiative.
Hawaii To Ban Selling Cigarettes To Under 100 Years Old

Hawaii Rep. Moves To Ban Cigarette Sale To Anyone Less Than 100 Years Old

Hawaii is set to increase cigarette buying age to 100 over a four-year staggered roll-out through a proposed bill that is promoting...
Veganuary 2019 reached millions of people around the world

Veganuary 2019 Has Influenced 250,000 In The World

Veganuary started its launch in the year 2014 and had reached millions of people in the world for a month-long pledge of...
STD-Detecting Condoms

STD-Detecting Condoms Developed By Three Teenagers

According to the World Health Organization, more than one million sexually transmitted diseases are transmitted daily worldwide. And, there are more than...
A Research from Harvard revealed loneliness kills faster than obesity

Loneliness Kills Faster Than Obesity, Research Says

Humans are known to be social creatures but a study suggested that social interaction is actually a necessity for our survival. According...
High Fiber Diet can help you fight off diseases

The Benefits Of Maintaining High Fiber Diet (Fight Off Diseases)

A recent study sponsored  by World Health Organization (WHO) found out that there’s 15 to 30 percent reduced possibility of chronic diseases...
Research associates eating fried food as a fast way to death

[Updated] Too Much Fried Food Is A Ticket To Death, Research Says

A diet full of fried food is associated with higher risk of death, especially among women who’s older than 50. The study...

Portable Mobile Ultrasound Devices For More Lightweight Scanning

In today's technological aspirations, we've encountered countless modern and more advanced devices that aim to simplify life. It is believed that we...
Spicy Food Reducing Heart Diseases Risk

Spicy Food Reduces The Risk Of Acquiring Heart Diseases

Food containing chili peppers or hot ingredients do not only spice up the flavor. A recent study also shows that eating the right...
3D Technology for Face Transplant

3D Technology is Now Being Used for Face Transplants

Innovation in healthcare and medical technology has been advancing in different areas and has been one of the most successful when it...
Pediatric Rehabilitation Technology

UCR to host an open house of its new Pediatric Rehabilitation Technology Lab

People who've been suffering from motor impairments have been waiting for this advancement in healthcare most especially children who are born with it. Currently,...
Surveillance Cameras on the elderly for more secure care

Surveillance cameras and joint-sensors for the elderly are now available

The role of innovating technology is to make life easier and more productive — one of the many inventions are surveillance cameras. These are...
Chieko Asakawa NavCog

Japan’s blind doctor creates new technology for the visually Impaired

Chieko Asakawa, one of Japan’s greatest doctor and inventor, develops a new technology that aid visually impaired individuals. Her passion for advancing technology for...
Smart Thermometer used in schools

Smart Thermometers used in schools granted significant improvement in tracking and maintaining health condition

Innovation in technology overwhelms us with its rapid changes. It can be in the form of an update or an upgrade with its models....
The development of stomach sensors for a much healthier food intake

Sensors for your digestive tract are now out in the market!

Developments in Food Technology have evolved over the years. We have these ‘smart’ appliances that improved cooking in a variety of ways. This time, it's more...

NHS Blood Scandal Victims Demands Increase in Support

This blood scandal contamination which started in the 1970s and 1980s infected around 5,000 patients suffering from hemophilia and other blood-related disorders with hepatitis...

Canada Has Now Legalized Recreational Marijuana

Today, Canada has followed the step made by Uruguay last summer by legalizing the use and selling of recreational cannabis in their country. Amidst the...

Mental Health Month: What You Need To Know

Mental Health Month is celebrated every October to create mental awareness to everyone, and this celebration is observed all around the world yearly. This...

Exploding Vape Pens and E-Cigs

The news today is most of the time misleading, controlled or influenced by the government and/or big companies, you might never see or hear...
Mental Health Services a boost to UK's economy

Study Proves That Investing In Mental Health Services Can Boost UK’s Economy

A study has shown that access to one-on-one counseling for school children can be beneficial for the UK’s economy. A children’s mental health charity,...
Smartphone Application for Cancer Cure

A Smartphone Application That Can Contribute To Cancer Cure Research, The DreamLab App

A new smartphone application, which is aimed to contribute to the ever-growing cancer cure research, has been launched. The DreamLab app, developed by a...
Research suggests recommendations

Study Suggests That Smokers Switching To E-Cigarettes Should Better Off With High Than Low...

A study revealed that switching to e-cigarettes could have avoided up to 6.6 million premature deaths in America. However, using low rather than high...
Ending Childhood Cancer

Expanding Research To End Childhood Cancer With STAR Act

The U.S Senate passed on March 22 "the most comprehensive childhood cancer bill ever introduced" as described by Senator Jack Reed, followed by the...
Power of the Pen

How Saxenda Revolutionize Weight-Related Treatment – The Power Of The Pen

If you want to lose weight, Saxenda, an injectable weight loss drug can help you. Developed by Smart Dimensions, it might be one of...
The UK Government Provides HPV Vaccine To Girls, Excluding Boys

HPV For Boys, No To Gender Discrimination, Lawyers Says

Incidents of 'oropharyngeal' cancer, which can be caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), are dramatically rising amongst men and are among the fastest growing forms...
Wales to ban smoking outdoors

Wales Shared Inspiration And Plan To Ban Smoking Outdoors

Wales’ ultimate goal is to become a smoke-free nation with a smoking prevalence rate of 5 percent or less. With a current ratio of...
How research cured this patient from breast cancer

How Research And Clinical Trials Saved This Breast Cancer Patient’s Life

Elyse NeMoyer, diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in 1995, participated in two clinical trials that changed the practice of treating breast cancer. NeMoyer...
Donate For Free

Fight Mental Illness By Donating For Free

Rethink, an organization that supports and helps patients with mental illness is teaming up with My Favourite Voucher Codes in their charity poll in...
Heart Failure Correlates To Loneliness

The Sense Of Loneliness Correlates To Higher Risk Of Heart Failure, Research Proves

A study from the American Heart Association reveals that patients who are diagnosed with heart failure and often feels lonely have higher risks of...
UK is experiencing a Listeria outbreak. Supermarkets are recalling listeria-contaminated foods as it resulted to people getting sick. The public has been advised on what to do to prevent the sickness

Listeria Outbreak In Five European Countries Raised Certain Recommendations

On July 2018, there has been a listeria outbreak in five European countries including the United Kingdom. Supermarkets from the UK have started recalling...
Two British citizens were found severely ill as a result of Novichok agent. The police is investigating what happened and UK has called for an emergency meeting to talk about the matter

The Novichok Agent Incident In The UK Pose Fear Among Citizens

On July 5, 2018, two British citizens fell severely ill as a result of Novichok agent and remained hospitalized. The two were found near...
Experts Recommendation

Measle Outbreak Pose Threats Within UK – Experts Provide Recommendations

On June 30, 2018, recent reports state that measles has become an epidemic in Briston, United Kingdom. The hospitalization rate among UK citizens increased...
Positive family relationships enable the members to freely express themselves and breaks stressful routines. Therefore, it is important to spend time with the family

Forming Ties, Fixing Lives – Experts Suggest Family Bonding Could Improve Mental Health

Mental health experts suggest that individuals should spend more time with their family members. This recommendation relates to breaking stressful routines and improving one’s...
Iora Health Quest Towards Effective Healthcare Apps

Iora Health Attempts To Push Boundaries With Effective Healthcare Apps

Considered as one of the pillars in digital healthcare and non-traditional health systems, Boston-based, Iora Health has raised $100 million in funding to support...
Quality Home and Medical Healthcare for Elderlies

Solving Demands For Quality Healthcare – Honor Focuses On Home And Medical Care Agencies...

The fast-growing and all-inclusive home care company, Honor, managed to raise $50 million in Series C financing to support the prompt expansion of the...

17-year old Boy in India has 232 Teeth Extracted

A 17-year old boy in India had 232 teeth extracted in a seven-hour long surgery. Ashik Gavai sought medical help for swelling on the right...

Research Shows Infants Still Sleeping with Bedding, Despite SIDS Risk

More than half of American parents continue to use soft bedding for their sleeping babies, according to a new study. Researchers analyzed the results of the...

Quincy Medical Center Closing Doors December 31, 2014

Steward Health Care System announced today that it will be closing Quincy Medical Center by the end of the year and transition care to...

Hermetically Sealed Caskets Set As Guideline By CDC For Ebola Burials

Not long after Thomas Eric Duncan passed away from his infection with the Ebola virus the CDC issued a detailed list of guidelines for...

Garcinia Cambogia Extract Weight Loss Supplement Touted by Dr Oz Popularity Spikes Again

Dr. Oz recommended the weight loss supplement Garcinia cambogia extract in 2012, but has seen the popularity spike again recently. Dr. Oz has said the...

Trevor Judge Waltrip, a Boy Born Without Brain Dies at 12-years Old

The Louisiana boy that was born without a brain died Monday at the age of 12. Trevor Judge Waltrip was born on Christmas Eve 2001,...

Eating More Tomato-Rich Foods Could Help Prevent Prostate Cancer

In a new study, researchers found that men who eat 10 or more portions of tomato-rich foods a week are 18 percent less likely...

Students Invent Nail Polish That Can Detect Date Rape Drugs

Four North Carolina State University undergrads are in the works of developing a nail polish that will detect drugs used in date rape. The nail...

Bean Bag Chair Recalled After Two Children Die from Suffocation

Around 2.2 million bean bag chairs have been recalled after two children died from suffocation when they crawled inside the chairs. A 13-year-old boy from...

Chicken Caesar Salad Kits Sold at Sam’s Club Recalled Due to Listeria Concern

APPA Fine Foods from Corona, California is recalling around 92,657 pounds of fully cooked chicken Caesar salad kit products sold at Sam's Club due...

Study Shows New Treatment for Cellulite is Promising

Companies have been trying to come up with a new treatment for cellulite and recently, Auxilium Pharmaceuticals announced their efforts have been positive. Cellulite is a...

Peanut Butter and Almond Butter Recalled Due to Salmonella Concern

nSpired Natural Foods issued a voluntary peanut butter and almond butter recall Tuesday because their products may be contaminated with salmonella and may pose...

Woman Sues GM After Suffering Third-Degree Burns from Heated Seat

A woman in Maine is suing General Motors after she suffered a third-degree burn while riding in the backseat of her friend's Chevrolet Suburban. Emma...

Robin Williams Death Raises Awareness About Suicide and Hotlines

Since Robin Williams' death on Monday, August 11, 2014, calls into crisis hotlines around the country have surged. Physicians, public health officials and mental...

Drinking Coffee May Reduce the Risk of Tinnitus

In the past, it was believed that people with tinnitus should give up caffeinated beverages in fear that it made the symptoms increase. New...

Could Having Your Neck Adjusted by a Chiropractor Increase Your Chances of a Stroke?

Having your neck adjusted by a chiropractor could be associated with an increased risk of stroke, according to a statement released by the American...

FDA Warns Tattoo Ink May Not be Safe

Last month, California company White and Blue Lion Inc. recalled inks in their in-home tattoo kits after testing and confirming bacterial contamination in unopened...

Till Death Do Us Part: California Couple of 62 Years Dies Within Hours of...

A true love story, when one can't live without the other.  Don and Maxine Simpson, of Bakersfield, California were married 62 years and died...

Could a Birth Control Side Effect be Breast Cancer?

A recent preliminary research analysis found a link between breast cancer and those who take oral contraceptives. Birth control pills containing high doses of estrogen,...

California Considers Mandate for Bilingual Prescription Drug Labels

The California Board of Pharmacy is in the discussion of requiring all pharmacies in California to provide translated labels on prescription drug bottles. Approximately 44...

Blood Test During Pregnancy Could Reduce Neural Tube Defects

Neural tube defects are the most common birth defects that affect 300,000 births globally, each year. It is one of the most common severely...

Tonsillectomy for Sleep Apnea Treatment in Children May Cause Weight Gain

Tonsillectomies are commonly prescribed to help children who suffer from sleep apnea, but a recent study found that the treatment can make children gain...

17-year old Boy in India has 232 Teeth Extracted

A 17-year old boy in India had 232 teeth extracted in a seven-hour long surgery. Ashik Gavai sought medical help for swelling on the right...

American Red Cross Facing a Blood Shortage, Urgent Need for Donations

The American Red Cross is facing a blood shortage and is encouraging all eligible donors to donate. “All eligible donors are encouraged to make and...

Peach Recall: Nationwide Recall of Fruit from Wawona Packing Co. Sold at Trader Joe’s...

Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July...

Scientists Create a Mutant Worm to Help Learn About Treating Alcoholism

Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin have created a mutant worm that does not get intoxicated by alcohol, which could result to...

Horseshoe Lake in Kitsap County, Washington Closed After People Sickened With Illness

Horseshoe Lake in Kitsap County, Washington is closed after more than 200 people got sick after swimming in the lake over the weekend. Many...

Father Asks Reddit Users to Remove Tubes from Daughter’s Picture, Gets Overwhelming Response

A grieving father turned to the help of Reddit for a simple request of removing the tubes from his daughters photo. Nathen Steffel, whose daughter...

Google Develops Smart Contact Lens to Help Manage Diabetes

Google is partnering with pharmaceutical giant Novartis to develop a smart contact lens to help manage diabetes. In a deal announced Tuesday, the Alcon eye...

Skin Rash May be From Your iPad or Other Electronic Device with Nickel

If you've been plagued with a skin rash that won't go away, it might be from your iPad or another electronic device. An 11-year-old boy...

Chobani Greek Yogurt Fungus Which Prompted Recall, More Dangerous Than Previously Thought

When Chobani brand Greek yogurt was recalled in September 2013, it was believed that the fungus was only a health threat to people with...

Less Sleep Makes The Brain Age Faster, Research Shows”

New research shows getting less sleep can age the brain faster. For every hour of reduced sleep duration, the researchers found an incremental annual...

Inhalable Insulin, Afrezza for Diabetes Approved by FDA

The FDA approved the first inhaled medication for people with type 1 or 2 diabetes. The drug, Afrezza, "is a new treatment option for patients...

Velveeta Recalled in Midwest by Kraft Foods Due to Not Having Enough Preservatives

Kraft Foods recalled 260 cases of Velveeta cheese sold at Walmart stores across the Midwest because it didn't have enough preservatives. This recall affects one...

Walking 6,000 Steps a Day May Help Improve Knee Arthritis

A new study shows that walking 6,000 steps, the equivalent of an hour a day may help improve knee arthritis and prevent disability. The study,...

Research Suggests About 400,000 Americans Go Undiagnosed with Chlamydia

New research suggests that about 400,000 Americans may have the sexually transmitted disease chlamydia, but a majority of them may not even know it. A...

World’s Oldest Man, Alexander Imich Dies at Age 111 in New York

The world's oldest man, Alexander Imich died on Sunday in his New York City home at age 111. Longtime friend Michael Mannion reported that Mr....

Mono Mono Twins Born Holding Hands in Ohio, Go Home

The famous Mono-Mono twins who were photographed holding hands just moments after being born are going home in time for Father's Day. The twin girls,...

XStat: FDA Approved Syringe Filled with Expandable Sponges to Treat Gunshot Wounds in Seconds

Being able to stop a gunshot or shrapnel wound from bleeding out could help save lives in a war zone. While tourniquets are useful for...

Breast Milk Becomes a Hot Commodity Among Male Athletes

Milk does the body good, but what about breast milk. Could it be as healthy or tasteful for adults as it is for infants. According...

Hummus Recalled Due to Possible Listeria Contamination

Hot Mama’s Foods of Massachusetts who produce hummus, is issuing a voluntary recall due to possible listeria contamination. Lansal Inc., which does business as Hot...

New Sugar Substitute, Advantame Approved by the FDA

On Monday, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the sixth sugar substitute. The FDA says Advantame has successfully passed the process of food...

Beef Recall 2014: 1.8M Pounds Recalled in Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri and Ohio Due to...

On Monday, 1.8 million pounds of ground beef products were recalled due to fear that they may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7. The ground...

Hugh Jackman Confirms Skin Cancer Growth, Wears Bandage on Nose During X-Men Premiere

Hugh Jackman had another cancerous growth removed from his nose. The 45-year-old actor attended the premiere of his latest film, “X-Men: Days of Future...

Jimmy Kimmel Asks: What is Gluten? Gluten Free People Don’t Know

On Monday night, Jimmy Kimmel set out to find if gluten-free people really know what gluten actually is. Kimmel sent a camera crew to a...

Organic Mangos Recalled Due to Listeria Health Risk

Organic mangos are being recalled due to possible risk of Listeria monocytogenes. Pacific Organic Produce in San Francisco, California haS voluntarily recalled a specific number of...

Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Pet Bearded Dragons

Bearded dragons could be linked to salmonella poisoning, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which released a report on the outbreak...

How Dirty is Money? Researchers Found 3,000 Types of Bacteria on 80 $1 Bills

So how dirty is that money you are carrying around in your wallet? A recent study identified 3,000 types of bacteria on $1 bills from a...

Food Poisoning Report Shows Salmonella Cases Down, but Other Foodborne Infections on the Rise

In a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention it shows the rate of food poisoning caused by salmonella dropping, but...

Free Jet Lag App Called Entrain Could Help Travelers Reset Circadian Rhythm

Researchers in Michigan believe they have a new way to solve jet lag using mathematical formulas. They key is light. "If you get light in...

Raccoon Attacks Baby: Charlotte Ponce Gets New Ear After Attack

Charlotte Ponce was 3-months old when she was attacked by a pet raccoon while laying in her crib. The raccoon destroyed her right ear,...

Largest Toyota Recall Affecting 6.4 Million Vehicles for Various Defects

Toyota announced their largest recall in history, involving more than six million vehicles for problems affecting various parts - from seats to steering wheels. Certain...

Uninsured Americans Reaches Lowest Rate Since 2008 Thanks to Obamacare

A recent Gallop poll released on Monday, showed 15.6% of Americans don't have health insurance, marking the lowest rate since 2008. African-Americans and low-income Americans...

Tyson Chicken Nuggets Sold at Sam’s Club Recalled Due to Pieces of Plastic Found

Tyson Foods has voluntarily recalled more than 75,000 pounds of chicken nuggets sold at Sam’s Clubs nationwide because the nuggets may contain pieces of...

Drinking Milk May Help Slow Knee Osteoarthritis in Women

Drinking a glass of milk everyday may help keep your knees healthy. Researchers suggest that women who frequently consume milk may delay the progression...

Ketamine Could Help Treat Depression, According to Researchers

Researchers in the UK gave ketamine to severely depressed patients and found positive results from it. Ketamine is a licensed medical drug, used as an...

Eating More than Seven Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Can Reduce Death Risk

We all know fruits and vegetables are an important part of our overall health, but new research suggests people who eat up to seven...

Autism Starts Prior to Birth with Brain Cells, According to Research

New research shows Autism starts prior to birth. Autism begins when certain brain cells fail to properly mature within the womb, according to scientists. Brain...

Costco Recalls Kirkland Real Sliced Fruit Due to Possible Contamination of Salmonella

Costco is recalling their Kirkland Signature Real Sliced Fruit due to possible contamination of salmonella. The recall involves nearly 60,000 cases, which each contain...

Oxytocin Shows Promise in Treating Anorexia

Research by British and Korean scientists found Oxytocin, a chemical in the brain known as the "love hormone", to be an effective treatment for...

Glucosamine Supplement May Not Help Ease Joint Pain

A new study shows taking glucosamine may not decrease or prevent deterioration of knee cartilage, reduce bone bruises or ease knee pain. In a study...

Antidepressant Medication Recall from Pfizer Due to Possible Mix with a Heart Drug

A recall of the antidepressant venlafaxine medication has been issued due to a possible contamination with a heart drug which could potentially cause fatal...

NSF Reveals Children Not Getting Enough Sleep Due to Electronic Devices in Their Bedrooms

A survey conducted by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) revealed that American children may not be getting enough sleep because of electronic devices in...

Groups Want Painkiller Zohydro to be Revoked by FDA

Addiction experts, physicians and more than 40 other health care officials, are urging the Food and Drug Administration to revoke approval of the prescription...

Eating More Strawberries Could Help Lower Cholesterol and Boost Heart Health

According to a new study, including strawberries into your diet could help lower cholesterol and boost cardiovascular health. A team of researchers from Italy and...

Fitbit Force Recalled Due to Users Developing Skin Rash

Fitbit is issuing a recall for their Force health tracker wrist band product due to the number of users complaining that tracker gave them...

Infantino Teether Monkey Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Thursday the recall of 191,000 monkey-shaped squeaking teething toys sold at Target due to a choking hazard to...

Porsche Recalls 2014 911 GT3 Due to Fire Risk

Porsche issued a voluntary recall the new 911 GT3 sports car and has told owners to stop driving them immediately due to a possible...

Hot Pockets Recall Philly Steak and Cheese and Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese

Nestle, the makers of Hot Pockets is recalling their Philly Steak and Cheese and Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese in the two-pack box...

OvaEasy Dried Egg Recall Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination

A Washington State company is recalling more than 225,000 pounds of dried egg products due to the concern of salmonella contamination. The company, Nutriom LLC...

Cat Bites Are Dangerous and Can Cause Infections that Lead to Hospitalization

Being scratched by your cat during rough housing is bad enough, but being bit and having to go to the hospital because of infection...

Graco Car Seat Recall Due to Faulty Harness Buckle

Graco has recalled more than 3.7 million car seats after the red release button in the center of the harness was found to be...

Bob Costas Eye Infection Forces Him to Take a Day Off with Matt Lauer...

If you have been watching the 2014 Olympic coverage since the Opening Ceremonies, you would notice Bob Costas eye problem getting worse with each...

Azodicarbonamide, Chemical used in Subway Bread to be Removed After Petition by Vani Hari

Subway says they plan to remove the chemical, azodicarbonamide from their bread after a food blogger launched a petition this week asking them to...

21 Day Tummy Diet Plan Promises Weight Loss While Alleviating Digestive Disorders

The 21-Day Tummy Diet is the latest in weight loss programs to promise you help in losing weight and have you feeling better overall,...

New York Man Dies in ER While Waiting 8 Hours for a Doctor

A 30-year-old man died in a New York Emergency Room after waiting 8 hours to be seen. John Verrier went to St. Barnabas Hospital's Emergency...

Research Shows You Can Lose Weight By Turning Down Your Thermostat

Want to lose weight? It's simple, just turn down the thermostat, according to Dutch researchers. Regular exposure to mildly cold temperatures help people burn more...

Sunlight Lowers Blood Pressure Naturally, Study Shows

British researchers found exposure to sunlight can help lower blood pressure. They found is that nitric oxide stored in the top layers of the skin...

Super Shred Diet Plan Promises You Can Lose 20 Pounds in 4 Weeks

Every year brings a new fad diet-and-exercise regimen, like the protein-heavy Atkins diet, the caveman-like Paleo diet and the liquid-only juice diet. The author of...

Ke$ha’s Eating Disorder Could Have Killed Her, According to Mom in People Interview

Ke$ha announced that she was entering rehab for an eating disorder early this month. On January 4, Ke$ha announced on Facebook: “I'm a crusader for...

Could Vitamin D Supplements Reduce Fibromyalgia Pain?

New research shows people who suffer from fibromyalgia could see relief from Vitamin D supplements. Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) can lead to symptoms such as "sleep...

FDA Warns More Than 325 mg Per Dose of Acetaminophen May Cause Liver Damage

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) started to recommend that healthcare professionals stop prescribing painkillers that contain more than 325 milligrams per dose...

Kenmore Oscillating Fan Heaters Sold at Sears and Kmart Recalled Due to Overheating

Sears has recalled more than 42,500 Kenmore oscillating fan heaters after reports of them overheating and catching fire, resulting in injuries. The U.S. Consumer Product...

Sam Berns Dies After Complications From Progeria at 17 years old

Massachusetts teenager Sam Berns died on Friday, January 10, 2014 from complications from Progeria, according to the Progeria Research Foundation. Born Oct. 23, 1996, Sam...

Marilyn McKenna Weight Loss Picture Banned by Facebook

Marilyn McKenna, wife of former Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna, was told by Facebook to remove her photos of her dramatic weight loss...

Meditation May Help Reduce Anxiety, Depression and Pain, Study Suggests

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University found that meditating daily may help people reduce anxiety, depression and even pain. Using data from 47 studies done previously...

Little Baby Face Foundation Featured on Dateline Receives Controversy

A foundation in New York called Little Baby Face, is providing low-income children that are bullied because of facial deformities, free plastic surgery. Founded by...

Prego Sauce Recall by Campbell Soup Company Due to Risk of Spoilage

Campbell Soup company is recalling some 300 cases of their 24-ounce jars of Prego Traditional Italian sauce because of a risk of spoilage. The company...

David Charles Arrested After Stealing Human Brain Tissue from Museum and Sold Them on...

An Indianapolis man was arrested for stealing human brain tissue from the Indiana Medical History Museum and selling them on eBay. Indianapolis police had investigated...

Tonsillectomy Leaves 13-year old Jahi McMath Brain Dead

A routine surgery to improve the quality of life has cost a 13-year old in California to lose her life instead. Jahi McMath, 13, went...

Dangers of Raw Milk: Minnesota Study Documents 1 in 6 Become Ill

A new study from Minnesota has found that raw milk intake infects one in every six people with bacterial or parasite infections. Researchers at the...

Menstrual Cramps Relief May be held in the Active Ingredient in Viagra

Women who are faced with moderate to severe menstrual cramps may have a new treatment to turn to. According to a team of researchers...

The Daniel Fast Known as the God Diet Inspired by the Bible for Weight...

A new diet comes from a somewhat unconventional source, The Bible. The “God Diet,” properly known as the Daniel Fast, requires that people eat...

David Kwiatkowski Sentenced to 39 Years in Prison After Pleading Guilty in Hepatitis C...

David Kwiatkowski, a former medical technician was sentenced to 39 years in prison after he plead guilty to stealing painkillers and infecting 45 patients...

Ford Recalls 2013 Escape, Again Over Fire Risk

Ford Motor Co. is recalling nearly 140,000 2013 Ford Escape SUVs with 1.6L engines in the United States because the possibility of underhood fires...

Odon Device Invented by a Car Mechanic will Help Women with Complicated Births

A new device invented by a car mechanic, called the 'Odon device' will help women with complications in delivering their baby due to prolonged...

Dr Oz Says Drink Tart Cherry Juice for Sleep

New research shows Tart Cherry Juice can reduce pain, reduce risk of heart disease and be used as a sleep aide, which is why...

Spider Found in Banana Forced Family from Home

A family was forced to leave their home after finding very deadly Brazilian wandering spiders in a banana. Consi Taylor had purchased a bundle of...

Yacon Syrup Benefits Weight Loss, Dr Oz Claims

Dr Oz is always trying to find the next big thing in weight loss. The team at The Dr. Oz Show asked several viewers...

Depression Linked to Diet: Eating Pasta and Fatty Red Meat Increases Depression and Inflammation

A new study linked depression to eating pasta and other foods that cause inflammation in women. For 12 years, researchers tracked the diet and health...

FDA Issues Warning about Colored Contacts for Halloween

With Halloween right around the corner, everyone has started to prepare their costumes and gather the props needed for them, but the FDA is...

Jerky Treats Killing Dogs, FDA Reaching Out for Help

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, nearly 600 dogs have died and more than 3,600, including 10 cats, have been sickened in...

Zombie Drug Called Krokodil Kills You From Inside Out

A new drug called Krokodil has made it's way to the United States from Russia and has become more popular than heroin because of...

Oreos as Addictive as Cocaine to Your Brain, Study Shows

New research from Connecticut College by psychology professor Joseph Schroeder and four students has found evidence that high fat, high sugar foods can be...

Living Near an Airport Increases Heart Risks due to Aircraft Noise

Those living close to an airport have a higher risk of stroke, heart and circulatory disease due to the aircraft noise, according to a...

Salmonella Outbreak Sickens Nearly 300 People Linked to California’s Foster Farms Chicken

Health officials have confirmed at least 278 illnesses caused by salmonella linked to Foster Farms chicken facilities in California. According to the USDA’s Food Safety...

3D Printed Toothbrush, Blizzident Claims to Clean Teeth in 6 Seconds

Finally a 3D printed object that has some real consumer use for everyday. Blizzident is a toothbrush that promises to brush your teeth in...

Chinese Man has Nose Grown on Forehead After Accident

A Chinese man has a new nose grown on his forehead after a car accident, talk about a nose job. Xiaolian, 22-years old had the...

Rising Costs of Infertility Treatments

Couples undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) can expect to pay around $5,338 in out-of-pocket expenses, according to a new study. Dr. James Smith, director of...

Dehumidifier Recall Due to Fire Hazard Involves Over 2.2 Million Units Sold Nationwide

Around 2.2 million dehumidifiers have been recalled due to an overheating fire hazard. This dehumidifier recall involves brand names Danby, De’Longhi, Fedders, Fellini, Frigidaire, Gree,...

Molly Drug Causes NYC Music Festival to Shut Down After 2 Deaths

Hospital rooms all across our nation see numerous cases of injuries on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. The Emergency room is a place...

Fat Letters Sent Home to Parents in 19 States after BMI Testing

Schools in 19 states have started an annual weigh-in and sending reports, called "fat letters" home to parents telling them whether their children have...

New Way to Draw Blood: Veebot, a Robot Phlebotomist with 83 Percent Accuracy

There's a new way to draw blood from patients with a high accuracy than a human. It's called Veebot, the Robotic Phlebotomist that can...

Drink More Hot Chocolate It’s Good for the Brain: New Alzheimer’s Treatment?

New research by the American Academy of Neurology found that consuming two cups of hot chocolate a day may help elderly adults who are...

Gluten Intolerance for Non Celiac Patients in Question

A gluten free diet has become all the rage recently with a worldwide market for gluten-free products nearly at $2.5 billion. People with an...

Gluten Free Labeling Gets Standardized by FDA with New Definition

The Food and Drug Administration announced Friday its finalized definition of what it takes for food to qualify as “gluten-free.” With the new federal definition,...

Beef Recall from National Beef Packing Company in Kansas Due to E. Coli Contamination

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Beef Packing Company in Liberal, Kansas has recalled approximately 50,000 pounds of meat due to a...

Natalie Giorgi Dies from Peanut Allergy While at Camp Sacramento with Family

Natalie Giorgi, 13-years old died Saturday in her father's arms at Camp Sacramento after eating a bite of Rice Krispie treat that was iced...

Coffee Reduces Suicide Risk by 50 Percent in Adults Drinking 2 to 4 Cups...

New research from Harvard School of Public Health shows that drinking 2-4 cups of caffeinated coffee each day can lower suicide risk among adults. The...

Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumper Recall Due to Sun Shaped Toy Hazard

Baby Einstein recalled their Musical Motion Activity Jumper because the sun shaped toy attachment can snap back with force and can cause injury to...

Taco Bell to Drop Kids Meal and Toys by 2014

Taco Bell announced they will no longer be offering kid's meals or the toy's that come with them.  The items will begin to come...

Homemade Blowgun Danger: Teens Accidentally Inhaling the Blowgun Darts

Pediatric surgeons have issued a warning about accidental inhalation of homemade blow-gun darts, after treating three teenage boys in three months at Nationwide Children's...

School Lunch Poisoned with Organophosphates Kills 22 Children in India

The Mid-Day Meal Scheme in Eastern India, something that is supposed to be good, turned bad after at least 22 children died and more...

Snail Facial Treatment Launches in Tokyo at Ci:z.Labo Spa

A new beauty treatment is launching at Ci:z.Labo spa in central Tokyo called a snail facial. The live snails are the central part of a...

Why Mosquitoes are Attracted to Some More Than Others

One in ten people are especially more attractive to mosquitoes. While insect repellent with DEET may protect you, scientists agree there is little knowledge in...

Wild Parsnip: A Poisonous Weed too Watch for

Poison Parsnip has become more common in the United States and is usually found in areas where other common weeds thrive, but it's become...

Cat Feces Contains Parasite Known as Toxoplasma gondii, a Public Health Hazard

Cats deposit about 1.2 million metric tons of feces into the U.S. environment every year, roughly equivalent to 12 aircraft carriers, a new study...

Detecting Odors in Urine with Odoreader will Help Test for Bladder Cancer

UK scientists have developed a device that can detect odors in urine samples to help diagnose bladder cancer. According to a paper published Monday in...

California Forced Sterilization on Nearly 150 Women in Prison

For over four years, doctors illegally sterilized at least 148 female California inmates at the California Institution for Women in Corona and Valley State...

Whole Foods Cheese Recall: Crave Brothers Les Freres Cheese Linked to Listeria Outbreak

The CDC is reporting a multi-state outbreak of Listeriosis linked to cheese produced by Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese Company of Waterloo, Wisconsin that is...

Milk Might Not be as Important for Those with Nutritious Diets

Milk may not be as important as we once thought. In an editorial in the JAMA Pediatrics journal, Dr. David Ludwig questions the scientific...

Iron Supplements During Pregnancy Could Reduce Low Birth Weight and Anemia

Taking an iron supplement daily during pregnancy has been linked to reducing the risk of low birth weight in the baby as well as...

The Silver Lining: Adding Silver to Antibiotics Makes Them More Effective

New research shows that adding silver to antibiotics makes them more effective. Using Silver isn't a new method, it has been used for thousands of...

Men with Restless Leg Syndrome Die Sooner, According to Research

A new study found men who experience Restless Leg Syndrome have a higher chance of dying sooner, than men without. Published in the journal Neurology,...

Eyeball Licking Trend in Japan is Causing Spike in Pink Eye

An Eyeball licking trend that is being practiced in Japan has put a spike in pink eye and styes, which are typically caused by...

Coffee Addiction is Real: Excessive Intake is Known as Caffeine Intoxication

While you enjoy your morning cup of coffee, you're feeding your addiction too, according to new research. According to a new edition of the American...

John Paul Boldrick Drinks a Quart of Soy Sauce Nearly Dies from Overdose of...

A 19-year old who drank a quart of soy sauce, nearly died from excess salt in his body. According to the doctors in Virginia, who...

Paula Deen Launches Finishing Butters, Available at Walmart

Paula Deen has launched her own line of butter, which will be available at Walmart.  After announcing more than a year ago her diabetes...

Toyota Recalling 242,000 Prius and Lexus Cars Due to Braking Issues

Toyota is recalling about 242,000 Prius and Lexus hybrid vehicles due to braking problems. Toyota said on Wednesday the recall affects about 233,000 Prius vehicles...

Benefit to Going Vegetarian? You’ll Live Longer

In a recent study of more than 70,000 people, vegetarians were linked with a lower death rate when compared to meat-eaters. "Vegetarian dietary patterns have...

In-Flight Health Emergencies Happen Less than you Think

According to a new report, in-flight medical emergencies occur surprisingly only 1 in every 604 commercial air flights on average. With 2.75 billion passengers flying...

Man Survives 15-years with 4-inch Pencil in Head

A man from Afghanistan has been living with a four-inch pencil inside his head for the past 15 years. The unnamed 24-year-old was suffering from...

Orange Algae May Help Treat Retinitis Pigmentosa: Night Blindness

New research from Israel found orange algae pulled from Sinai lake can be beneficial for those who have retinitis pigmentosa. Retinitis pigmentosa is a hereditary...

Menopause Brain Fog Proven to be a Real Side Effect

Researchers have found that the connection with menopause and the ability to remember things are linked. In a study, researchers gave eight tests of attention...

Teen Birth Rates Fall to New Record Low

Teens giving birth in the United States has dropped to a new low record, according to a federal report. The new rate, 31.3 births per...

Iodine Deficiency During Pregnancy Could Lower Child’s IQ

A recent study in the UK revealed that out of 1,000 pregnant women, those who consumed lower amounts of iodine were more likely to...

One in Five Purses Contain more Bacteria than a Toilet

While most women know that purses are not exactly the cleanest thing, inside or out, a new study conducted by the company Initial Washroom...

Premature Babies Benefit from Music Therapy, According to Research

They say music is good for the soul, and in recent studies researchers found it's also therapy for premature and sick babies. Recent studies and...

Angelina Jolie Double Mastectomy to Prevent Breast Cancer After Testing Positive for BRCA1 Gene

Celebrities are always in the spotlight whether it's making headlines for their acting career or getting in trouble with the law. One celebrity in...

Prescription Painkiller Deaths Across New York City Increased by 65% in 6 Years

The number of deaths in New York from prescription painkiller overdoses has increased 65% from 2005 to 2011. The city Health Department says there were...

Couple Sues over Sexual-Reassignment Surgery on Toddler While in State Care

A North Carolina couple is suing the state to challenge their decision to perform sexual-reassignment surgery on a 16-month old in their care who...

Runny Nose Turns out to be Leaking Brain Fluid for Arizona Man

Joe Nagy thought he had allergy symptoms all year round, but finally got fed up with having a running nose and had the fluid...

Capri Sun Mold Issue ‘Not a big problem’ Researchers Claim

Juice drinks like Sunny D, Hi-C, Minutemaid and Capri Sun have been such a popular item for kids to have in their school lunch....

Carmen Tarleton Reveals New Face After Transplant Surgery

Carmen Tarleton, whose estranged husband, Herb Rogers poured industrial-strength lye over her in a horrific domestic abuse case, revealed her new face after doctors...

Catherine Zeta-Jones Enters Treatment after Formally Diagnosed with Bipolar II Disorder

It is never easy for an average person to cope with a chronic disorder. For someone who is famous and active, it is extremely...

Arm Lift Surgery on the Rise for Michelle Obama Arms

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons released its latest cosmetic and reconstructive surgery statistics on Monday and while most of them were familiar, there's...

Cucumber Recall Due to Salmonella Outbreak in 18 States

Cucumbers imported from Mexico have been recalled due to a Salmonella outbreak that has sickened 73 people in 18 states. The recalled cucumbers have been...

The Paleo Diet Questioned by Dr Oz: Another Diet Fad?

Dr. Oz broke down the newest trend in weight loss, the Paleo diet in his April 22, 2013 show. The Paleo Diet, according to Dr....

Cinnamon Challenge Poses Dangerous Long-term Health Risks to Lungs

The Cinnamon Challenge has posed it's threats in the past, but now new research reports it can result in "long-lasting lesions, scarring and inflammation...

Iceland App Tells If You Hook Up with a Relative

An app created in Iceland will tell you if you are trying to hook up with a relative. "Everyone has heard the story of going...

Dearborn McDonald’s Lawsuit Over Halal Prepared Food, Finalized with $700,000 Settlement

A judge has finalized a $700,000 lawsuit over food prepared according to Islamic law between McDonald's and members of Michigan's Muslim community. The lawsuit claims...

Generic OxyContin Banned by FDA Until Reformulated to Help Abuse

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Tuesday, April 16, 2013, that it will not approve any generic version of OxyContin until it gets...

Study Shows Noise to Sleep Better to is your Own Brain Rhythm

If you are looking to get better sleep at night, your white-noise machine might be messing with your own brain's rhythms. A new study from...

Bracelet-Like Implant to Help Treat Chronic Heartburn

There's a new device to help those who suffer from chronic heartburn and need more than medicine to feel relief. A tiny magnetic bracelet looking...

Bed Bugs Be Gone with Bean Leaf Microscopic Plant Hair Replica

For generations, Eastern European Balkan region housewives have known that kidney bean leaves trap bedbugs, so they would spread an infested room at night...

Morning Sickness Treatment: Diclegis Drug Approved by FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug to treat morning sickness in pregnant women experiencing nausea and vomiting. Diclegis is a combination...

Overnight Diet: Lose Weight While you Sleep

A new diet claims you can lose weight while you are sleeping. Almost sounds too good to be true, especially since you can still...

Morning After Pill Available Over the Counter Soon, Judge Rules Pill to be Available...

A federal judge in Brooklyn ordered the Food and Drug Administration to make the "morning-after" emergency contraception pill available over-the-counter, without a prescription, to...

Cancer Cluster Case sent back to appeals by A.B.C. Supreme Court Justice

Obviously, no one wants to be diagnosed with cancer and the idea is to do everything possible to avoid doing anything that would cause...

Marek Lapinski Dies from Cardiac Arrest While Getting Wisdom Teeth Removed

Going in to have your wisdom teeth removed is supposed to be a minor surgery, not a nightmare. For one family, that's exactly what...

Monsanto Protection Act, Put Into Law, Lets GMO Crops Have Free Reign

Source: NotTheSingularity.com The actual bill signed into law is H.R. 933 which has been referred to as a "Farmer Assurance Provision." You see, inside of...

Foot and Mouth Vaccine without Live Virus Developed by Scientists

Scientists developed a new vaccine against foot-and-mouth disease that doesn't rely on a live virus and will be much more safe to produce. The "synthetic"...

15 Pound Baby Born in UK: Mother Gives Birth to George King Naturally

George King was born six weeks ago weighing in at 15 pounds, 7 ounces, twice the size of an average baby. One would think, weighing...

Bill Gates Offering $100K For Better Condom Invention

Bill Gates wants to help combat the spread of HIV and AIDS by creating a start-up grant worth $100,000 to anyone who can design the next...

Karen Black Seeks Donations to Help Pay for Experimental Ampullary Cancer Treatment

Anyone who has had to battle cancer knows that it tends to do damage to your body. Not to mention the fact that some...

FDA Warns Temporary Black Henna Tattoos Aren’t Safe

The Food and Drug Administration has issued a new health warning saying temporary tattoos known as "Henna" may pose health risks for some. Unlike getting...

Could Our Smartphones Alert Us And Doctors That We Are About To Have A...

Smartphones have become a need for many people around the globe. Users can't go days let alone hours without their iPhone or Android device....

Vial Containing Guanarito Virus Missing from Research Facility, an Act of Bioterrorism?

A vial containing a deadly virus strain has come up missing from a secure laboratory at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in...

Natura Pet Products Being Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

Roughly a week ago, pet owners learned that Diamond Pet Foods issued a recall on some of their cat food products. The reason was...

Excessive Tea Drinking Causes Woman to Lose Teeth and Develop Skeletal Fluorosis

Excessive tea drinking has created a rare, hard to diagnose case of Skeletal Fluorosis for one 47-year old in Michigan. The woman went to her...

Axe Body Spray Banned in a Pennsylvania School After Allergic Reaction

A school in Pennsylvania is asking students to not use Axe, the popular body spray among teens, after one of their students had a...

Autism Risk Becomes Higher with Older Grandparents

Men who wait to have children until they are older, may be passing a gene mutation of Autism onto their grandchildren. Avi Reichenberg of the...

Chrysler and GM Recalls Roughly 29,000 Vehicles over Safety Concerns

Recently, German automaker Volkswagen announced that they were recalling an undisclosed amount of their vehicles in China over safety issues. Though many Americans would...

Dr. Oz Sued over Sleep Remedy Causing Third Degree Burns from Knapsack Heated Rice...

Dr Oz is being sued over a home remedy for insomnia that went wrong. A New Jersey man named Frank Dietl has filed a...

Torn Meniscus: Physical Therapy Could be as good as Surgery

A new study shows that therapy is almost as good as having knee surgery for improving movement and reducing pain for some with knee...

Lululemon Recall on Black Yoga Pants For Being too Sheer

The popular Lululemon yoga pants had to be pulled from store shelves and online after finding out the fabric being used was too sheer. Lululemon...

Volkswagen Recalls Cars After Criticism from China TV

The purpose of a company to issue a recall of a product is the realization that it could prove harmful to the consumer. Sometimes...

Diamond Cat Food Recall Now Includes Twenty-six States

For many pet owners, treatment of their animals has a tendency to go above the norm. Some owners will buy clothes and dress-up their...

Peanut Allergy Causes Death for College Freshman Cameron Groezinger-Fitzpatrick After Eating Cookie

Being allergic to peanuts can be life-threatening. Having a peanut allergy is a reaction that occurs when your body mistakenly identifies peanuts as a...

Visine Prank Ends with Shayne Carpenter Arrested for Putting the Eye Drops in Girlfriend’s...

As the saying goes, don't leave your drink unattended because someone may put something it. You would never expect your friend of any sort...

Bloggers Petition Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Over Use of Dyes

Kraft Macaroni & Cheese is under fire by two food bloggers from North Carolina for the use of Yellow Dye 5 and Yellow Dye...

BumbleBee Tuna and Chicken of the Sea Recall Due to Loose Lids

Makers of Bumblebee Tuna, Tri-Union Seafoods LLC are making a voluntary recall to their 5-ounce cans of chunk white albacore tuna in water. Full BumbleBee...

CDC Reports Deadly CRE “Nightmare Bacteria” spreading Through US Hospitals

When someone hears that a deadly antibiotic-resistant “nightmare bacteria” is spreading through U.S. nursing homes, hospitals and long-term care facilities; it sounds like a...

Headache Relief: Sex Works as well as Painkillers

Researchers found that sexual activity can help cure your headache and can be more effective than using pain killers. 'I have a headache' can...

Aztec Diet Focuses on Chia Seeds an Ancient Superfood

With many people focusing on losing weight, it seems that a new diet becomes public and boasts that it will help either get rid...

Central Pain Syndrome: Rare Neurological Disease More Common than You Might Think

When a person is sick, a cure cannot be suggested until the illness is properly diagnosed. For example, more than 2.1 million people worldwide...

Chocolate Bar Book Written by Six-Year-Old for Best Friend with Rare Liver Disease

When it comes to children, adults hope to shield them from adult problems or situations until they reach an age where they are emotionally...

Eating Placenta After Birth: Holly Madison Jumps on Trend

Holly Madison plans on eating her placenta after giving birth to her daughter with boyfriend Pasquale Rotella. Holly Madison is due to give birth on...

Mobile Urinalysis with UChek App

People use their phones and tablets all day and for many every day tasks. Soon, we can add urine analysis to that list. Myshkin...

Mediterranean Diet Health Benefits: Proven to Lower Heart Disease by Thirty Percent

Many feel that obesity is a growing concern in not just children in America but in adults as well. With that said, many are...

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week: Anorexia Can Strike As Early as Kindergarten [Video]

Anorexia can be deadly if not caught, diagnosed and treated early. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be hard to recognize the on set of the illness,...

Leaky Gut Syndrome Explained on Dr Oz: Treatment and Supplements to Take

Dr. Robynne Chutkan, a gastroenterologist appeared on the Dr. Oz to help everyone realize that leaky gut syndrome is a real mysterious illness and...

Kellogg’s Recalls Special K Red Berries Cereal due to Possible Glass Fragments

Consumers today have enough to be concerned about as they shop for the best deals possible. When it comes to food, some look for...

Lizzy Hendrickson Can’t be Touched Due Rare Skin Disorder known as Butterfly Disease

Lizzy Hendrickson, a 3-year old girl from Phoenix Arizona, can't be touched or cuddled by her parents because of a rare condition in which...

Dr. Oz Exclaims the Dash Diet as the Number One Weight Loss Plan

Dr Oz. is at it again with giving secrets to dieting and long term weight loss. On the February 19, 2013 show, he explains the number...

Four Loko Drink Gets Makeover with Label Displaying Alcohol Content

Four Loko will have to label their cans with better alcohol information and make their container resealable so the drink wouldn't have to be...

Heart Attack Grill will be Closed in Honor of John Alleman’s Death

John Alleman, the unofficial spokesperson for Heart Attack Grill died of a heart attack on Monday. John Alleman, 52, suffered the heart attack last week...

Dr. Oz Flat Belly Plan: 4 Steps to Follow in Diet Plan

Dr. Oz has put together a team of three experts to analyze his flat belly plan and also to give their suggestions to having...

Triaminic and Theraflu Recalled Due to Child-Proof Caps Not Functioning [Recall List]

Novartis Consumer Health has recalled 2.3 million containers of Triaminic and Theraflu Warming Relief syrups because the child-resistant caps can be removed by children...

Yoga Could Help with Heart Rhythm Disorder

New research shows people with a common heart rhythm problem may benefit from doing yoga. Reported in the Journal of the American College of...

Girl with Microcephaly Found Locked inside Wooden Cage

An eight-year old soon-to-be-adopted girl, who suffers from microcephaly, was found locked inside a wooden cage. Meanwhile, Cindy Patriarchias and Edmond Gonzales left to...

Salmonella Typhimurium Outbreak in Midwest Linked to Ground Beef

The CDC has announced that an outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium tied to tainted ground beef has sickened at least 16 people in five states. Most...

Norovirus Sydney Strain, is Spreading across the U.S.

When people think about the holiday season, it is meant to have thoughts of good times and spending quality time with the family. The...

Penelope Cruz Acupuncture Beads Look like an Ear Piercing

Penelope Cruz was spotted with four gold acupuncture pins in her left ear at the Venuto Al Mondo premiere in Madrid Spain early this...

FDA Approves Botox Injections for Overactive Bladder Treatment

Botox has been approved by the the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to be used on adults with overactive bladders. About 33 million people in...

Got Flu Symptoms? Jeni’s Influenza Sorbet made to help Soothe them

Would you like a side of sorbet for your flu? It's true, one company in Ohio is making a new flavor called “Influenza Sorbet”...
Baby Carrots

Baby Carrots & Chlorine, Does A Viral Message Reveal The Truth? Yes and no.

It's not every day that you can lend any credibility to the many viral things that get passed around on Facebook or Twitter. If anything, Facebook...

Flublok Vaccine Approved by FDA, Safe for Those with Egg Allergy

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that 29 children have died from the flu this season. It has been considered a...

FiveFingers to ToPo Athletic: Ex Vibram CEO Tony Post Unveils New Shoe Line

In 2006 the brand Vibram launched the now famous FiveFingers shoes. You might not know the name, but they are often referred to as the 'toe...

Metal-on-Metal Hip Replacement Complications: FDA Proposes New Regulations

The Food and Drug Administration issued cautionary guidelines for metal-on-metal (MoM) hip replacements that range from selecting the right surgical candidate to determining when...

Apps That Detect Cancer, Do They Work?

A new study shows that some smartphone apps are able to detect certain types of melanoma a shocking 98.1% of the time. This seems...

Master Cleanse Diet: Peter Glickman Writes Second Book

The Master Cleanse is getting all sorts of hype with the new year and people wanting to lose that extra weight they put on...

Flu Season 2012 on the Rise Has Hospitals Taking Precautions with Visitors

Have a cough or sneeze and want to visit someone in the hospital, think again. Hospitals in at least 10 states have started to...

Red Palm Oil Touted By Dr. OZ as #1 Miracle Health Product of 2013

The first miracle of 2013 by Dr. Oz is the one everyone is excited about, it's called Red Palm Oil. Dr. Oz calls it...

Teens Concerned About Risks of Marijuana Falls to 20-Year Low

A study from the National Institutes of Health shows that teenagers’ perception of the dangers of marijuana use is at its lowest levels in...
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Diet Pepsi Gets Makeover with Sweetener Change

  Diet Pepsi has received a make-over. It's been improved with an added sweetener to help stabilize the taste of the drink. PepsiCo added the...

HIV Testing at Home has Become Easier with OraQuick Test Kit

OraQuick, a "Do-it-Yourself" HIV test, is readily available on drug-store shelves and it's the only one approved by the Food and Drug Administration. OraQuick was...

Date Rape Drug-Detecting Products Getting Close To Mass Production

A company in Boston is raising capital so it can begin mass producing products that will change color when it comes into contact with...

Smoking Cigarettes Could Be Making Hangovers Worse Experts Say

If you like drinking on the weekends or anytime for that matter you might want to lay off on the cigarettes. From results of...

Chemo Brain: Research Shows it’s Real

There is now evidence that Chemo Brain is a real thing. Those going through Chemotherapy may experience changes in concentration and memory loss, even...

Mushroom Poisoning Kills Fourth Person at Senior Care Facility in California

Another elderly person at a senior care facility in Northern California died on Tuesday from eating soup made from poisonous mushrooms. She was identified...

PTSD Veterans May Have Hope with MDMA, or Ecstasy

Every day new statistics come out about combat veterans having PTSD which not only effects them but their families. Solutions like therapy and prescription...

Robin Roberts Health Update from MDS Treatment: Grateful for Getting a Second Chance

Robin Roberts from Good Morning America recently went to the hospital for a “tune up” of sorts that had an emotional toll on her....

The Fight Against Prescription Drug Death Epidemic

When most people think of the leader of accidental deaths in America, it usually involves car crashes. The numbers would be high considering it...

Real-Life Sleeping Beauty, Nicole Delien Slept for 64 days Due to KLS Syndrome

Nicole Delien is a real-life sleeping beauty. The 17-year old has what is called Kleine-Levin Syndrome, also called “Sleeping Beauty Syndrome.” A disorder that...

5-Hour Energy Side Effects: FDA Investigates 13 Deaths Possibly Linked

The Food and Drug Administration is investigating deaths that may be linked to 5-Hour Energy Drinks. In the past four years, reports of 13...

Dr. Oz 3 Day Cleanse To Detox Body and Lose Weight

Leave it to Dr. Oz to find some way of losing belly fat.  On the 11/12/2012 Dr Oz show, he says we can reset...

Nestle Recalls Nesquik Chocolate Milk Due to Salmonella Risk

Nestle USA has announced that it is recalling some of its Nesquik chocolate powder due to a possible risk of salmonella contamination. The recall...

No Shave November: What you Need to Know to Help Raise Prostate Cancer Awareness

No shave November kicks off today. Thousands of men's faces around the world will be clean shaved on this first day of November or...

Medical Bandage Tape That Sticks, but Doesn’t Hurt When Removed

Bandages hurt no matter which way you go about trying to remove them from skin. Ripping it fast or slowly, however you prefer, it...

NYU Hospital Evacuation Complete After Generator Failure Monday Night

The New York University Langone Medical Center in New York City was forced to evacuate more than 200 patients including 20 babies that were...

Face Slapping, a Thai Beauty Treatment for Wrinkles, Massage Parlor Opens in San Francisco

A new type of massage hit San Francisco, California that claims to help reduce wrinkles.  Now, we've shared some odd stories about people trying...

Monster Energy Drink Causes Death: ‘Caffeine Toxicity’

Monster energy drink has been receiving bad publicity in the recent years, but more so now with a lawsuit on their hands. In the...

Conjoined Twins Ruby and Rosie Formosa Separated Successfully

Having already a “textbook” pregnancy with their first daughter Lily, who is now five-years-old, Mrs. Angela Formosa admitted she was shocked when she found...

Laundry Detergent Pods Warning: Poisoning Risk for Small Children

A new warning is out for parents with young children and who use single-load laundry pods.  The child is mistaking this brightly colored pod...
Flamin Hot Cheetos

Flamin Hot Cheetos Ban in Schools Due to Lack of Nutrition

  Flamin' Hot Cheetos have become increasingly popular, for some unknown reason, over the past few years, which has lead some schools to take notice...

Kellogg’s Cereal Recall List 2012 for Metal Pieces

Note: Any concerned customers who have bought the Kellogg's cereal or have questions about the cereals recalled, should contact the company. They can do so...

Ground Squirrel in California Tests Positive for Plague

In Southern California a dead ground squirrel tested positive for the deadly plague bacteria. Health officials say it is the first plague bacteria discovered...

New Test Allows Dog Owners to Figure out What Foods Their Pets Are Allergic...

Similar to humans, dogs can become allergic to many different things in the air or in their food. Popular allergens for dogs include food...

Fungal Meningitis Outbreak 2012 has Resulted in Deaths in the US

The cure is supposed to be better for you than the disease you have. Those who have severe back pain, for example, should benefit...

The History of Chiropractor Practice

Chiropractors have been around for decades to help both ourselves and our family members feel much better when we have aches and pains. Want...

2C-I Designer Drug Claims Two Teenage Lives in North Dakota

There has been a deadly trend of drugs taking the lives of teens and young adults here in the United States, and now another...

Dr. Fuhrman Eat to Live Diet Plan on Dr. Oz Show 2012

Dr. Joel Fuhrman appeared on the Dr. Oz show on September 18, 2012 talking about his new book called "Eat to Live." Eat to...

Tattoo Removal Cost May Not be Worth the Tattoo

With as many as 22 percent of U.S. college studenst having at least one tattoo, half of those try to have the tattoo removed...

Mayor Bloomberg Sugary Drinks Ban in New York City Approved

Obesity has been a growing concern here in the United States for a number of years, and there may not be one main cause...

Fat but Fit Debate Revisited

Fat but fit may seem like an oxymoron, but two studies published in the European Heart Journal suggest that it’s possible to be physically...

Stribild Approved by FDA as New Once a Day HIV Drug

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new HIV medication that only needs to be taken once a day. The drug, called Stribild,...

Azodicarbonamide Bread Linked to Cancer

One of the main foods that are consumed around the world is bread. One example would be Egypt, a country that is dependent on...

West Nile Virus Outbreak Has Reached Record Highs and Become Worst Ever

When convenience stores and pharmacies see products selling faster than they can put them out on the shelves, it is usually a good thing...

Club 27 Musicians Who have Died from the ‘Curse’

We all know their names, and unfortunately most have heard of the infamous "27" curse. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse and...

JQ1 Cancer Drug May be Used as Male Birth Control, According to Research

Scientists have taken a step closer toward finding the holy grail of male reproductive science. While testing a cancer drug on mice, researchers found...

David Kwiatkowski Hepatitis C Case Could Help Pass Federal Legislation

When it comes to passing legislation, the amount of support you can get will determine success or failure. Many would want to see the...

FDA Investigating Three Child Deaths Involving Codeine

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating three cases where three children died after taking medications with codeine. The agency issued a Drug...

Yovany Gonzalez Fired From Wells Fargo Resulting in Mackenzie Cancer Death

Young Mackenzie Gonzalez was scheduled to receive cancer surgery back in August of 2010. The dying girl did not receive this surgery however, and...

Swine Flu Strain 2012 Cases on the Rise Prompts Precaution at State Fairs

When parents take their children to the zoo, there are usually signs up saying things like “don’t feed the animals” or “avoid petting the...

Gonorrhea Antibiotics May Not Be So Effective in Treatment, According to CDC

Over the years, an article comes out that a disease, once easily treated with standard antibiotics, becomes no longer effective and a new standard...

Uganda Ebola Outbreaks Under Control After 16 Deaths from the Virus, According to WHO

Following a slow start to response efforts, a deadly outbreak of the Ebola virus in Uganda is now under control, according to the World...

Medical Marijuana, The Hazy Future: Los Angeles to Ban Dispensaries

Events from around the country have made the future of legal medical marijuana use in America unclear at best. Medical marijuana dispensaries are facing...

Lawsuits Claim Zoloft Causes Birth Defects

Dozens of cases have been brought against Pfizer, the maker of the popular anti-depressant drug Zoloft, for alleged birth defects caused by use of...

Green Coffee Bean Extract Touted by Dr Oz as Magic Weight Loss Pill

Dr Oz touted about the newest miracle weight loss pill for any body type called the Green Coffee Bean Extract. When turned into a...

Zombie Apocalypse List Of Attacks in 2012, Real Or Just Covered More?

We've all grown up watching zombie films, from old black and whites to 'Resident Evil' to 'The Walking Dead', but people seem to believe...

French Doctor Creates Device to Let People Write with Their Eyes

Patients without the ability to use their limbs, type, pick up a pen, or even speak may now have a new way to communicate....

Elton John and “Cured” Patients at International Aids Conference

The International Aids Conference in Washington DC is drawing to a close, but the event has done much to bring attention to the progress,...

Facelift Bungee Device Known as The Facelift in a Jar or Botox Alternative

The age-old obsession with youth tempts people to do some crazy things. Inject their faces with botulism (Botox), cut portions of their face off...

BuckyBalls Magnets Being Banned by CPSC

I can remember being young and having fun playing with my toys. Being at a young age, I never concerned myself with anything I...

Weight Loss Pills Approved by FDA First Time in 13 Years

For the one third of Americans over the age of 20 years old that qualify as obese, the FDA has recently approved two new...

Provigil Smart Drug Enhancing People’s Brain Function, Sales Up 74% in 4 Years

Dave Asprey was followed by “ABC’s Nightline” on a sleepless night as he flew 24 hours to Australia, and then, without sleep, as the...

Hepatitis C Outbreak In NH Linked to Former Hospital Worker

It seems that an outbreak of Hepatitis C at a hospital in Exeter, New Hampshire, has been linked to a former medical technician. The...

Juicing for Weight Loss, Hype? Case Study Day 1

Well not only is day one of juicing behind me but another day on the calendar until my wedding date has also just flown...

Whooping Cough Symptoms Being Seen Everywhere In Growing Outbreak

Just because it's summer and it's generally nice outside doesn't mean that cold symptoms aren't running rampant throughtout the US. It's being reported by...

Bayer to Pay $142 Million to Settle Yaz Blood Clot Lawsuit

Thousands of women may win settlements in product liability lawsuits against Bayer relating to their popular birth control pill, Yaz or Yasmin. Sources close...

Juicing Detox Diet For Weight Loss, Hype? Case Study Day 0

It's called everything from a fad, a bunch of hype to something that is only for crazy health nuts. Some people even say it's...

Lose Weight by Eating These 5 Foods that are High in Healthy Fats

In today's day and age it appears that it may actually cost less to eat unhealthy, than to spend the extra money to eat...

Provigil Medication Becoming Popular for Keeping Focused, Even With No Prescription

Provigil, it's a secret weapon to keep focused for longer and many Americans are taking it secretly even with no prescription. Provigil is for patients...

High Stress Levels Can Make You Age Faster

A new study suggests women who have high anxiety levels will age faster. Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) shows that a common form of...

Adopt A Pet and Live Healthier

For those of us who have pets, it is indescribable the amount of love we feel towards them. They’re the companions we've grown up with...

Time to Switch to Artificial Sweeteners? Might Help Control Weight Loss

Switching from sugar to a non-nutritive sweetener could help people keep the weight off and those with diabetes control their blood sugar level. According to...

Sunburn Helps Remove Sun-Damaged Cells

Researchers have found that the ultraviolet B (UVB) exposure damages skin cells' RNA molecules. RNA, or ribonucleic acid, is part of the genetic machinery...

Taking 800 IU or More of Vitamin D Reduces Fracture Risks

Researchers have found that a daily dose of 800 international units (IU) of Vitamin D may help reduce the risk of bone fractures in...

OMG Diet Tops Bestseller List, but Could it Trigger Eating Disorder Epidemic?

A self-published ebook called Six Week to OMG: Get Skinner Than All Your Friends has become the top of the bestseller list and also...

Dole Hearts of Romaine Recall Due to Listeria

Dole is recalling around 2,600 of their bagged salad sold in several states due to possible listeria. During a random inspection by the Food...

Paula Deen Weight Loss Pics Reveal 30lbs Lost & 8 Sizes Dropped

Photo Credit: Paula Deen Hootsuite & Twitter There is always a new weight loss plan hitting the bookstores, on magazine covers and a new celebrity...

Nicotine Vaccine Found to Help Smoking Addiction Behavior

Scientists have developed a vaccine to help nicotine from reaching the brain which in turn, could help people quit smoking and published in the...

PBS Frontline Dental Episode

PBS Frontline investigated the nation's dental care on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 episode titled Dollars and Dentists (watch the episode below). PBS examined the...

Brava/AFT (autologous fat transfer) More Effective And Safer Than Normal Breast Implant Surgery

When it comes to the world of cosmetic surgery & breast enhancements there are various options a person may take to get the results...

Sunscreen Ban at School Leaves Violet and Zoe Michener Sunburned

Violet and Zoe Michener were extremely sunburned from a field trip at school because the school district has banned sunscreen because it's state law. A...

Tumor Removed from Leyna Gonzalez’s Mouth in Womb

Doctors at Jackson Memorial Hospital and the University of Miami successfully removed a tumor from the mouth of Leyna Gonzalez, who of which at...

16-Foot Saguaro Cactus Falls on William Mason in Arizona

William Mason, 40-years old is at the Yuma Regional Medical Center after saguaro, the largest cactus in the country, fell on him. Officials say that...

Florida Teenager Survives Spear Gun Accident

Going fishing can be a fun and exciting time with friends or just by yourself, but for a teenager in Florida he may never...

New Moms Can Beat Post Natal Depression with Beauty Pampering [INFOGRAPHIC]

Women rarely need an excuse to pamper themselves with beauty treatments, but if you happen to be pregnant, then you have more reason to...

Dogs Help Keep Children Asthma Free

According to a study from the University of California, homes with dogs may protect children from a common respiratory virus (RSV) that is associated...

Gym Bans “Skinny” People, Only Allows Plus-Size Individuals

What if I told you that you could not workout at a gym because you are "Skinny" or "Too fat"? How would that make...

C’Sar Could Be the First Elephant to Receive Corrective Lenses

In 2010, CSar, a 38-year old elephant in the North Carolina Zoo was diagnosed with cataracts and has received two rare surgeries since then...

Black Death Plague Infects Oregon Man from Stray Cat and Mouse

An Oregon man is in critical condition after being infected with the "Black Death" plague. He became ill with the plague when he was...

10 Healthy Brain Foods To Supercharge Your Mind

Having the mindset of eating healthy and living a healthy lifestyle is one thing, but actually having the discipline to follow through on your thought habits...

Seaweed Supplements Could Help With Weight Loss

Seaweed-based fiber supplement may help in weight loss, according to a new study. Researchers have been exploring seaweed as an appetite suppressant, but have...

Medical Procedures Over the Years

The advances in medical knowledge and technology has made a huge impact in the medical field over the years. Could you even imagine going...

Robin Roberts Announcement on GMA of MDS [Video]

Robin Roberts from Good Morning America announced on Monday that she was diagnosed with MDS or myelodsyplastic syndrome, a blood and bone marrow disorder...

FDA Approves Postherpetic Neuralgia Treatment

GlaxoSmithKline and XenoPort, Inc. announced today that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Horizant (gabapentin enacarbil) Extended-Release Tablets for postherpetic neuralgia (PHN)...

Ginseng Benefits Cancer Fatigue

Ginseng can help relieve fatigue in patients with cancer, according to new study. The study findings will be presented at the American Society of...

Drew Manning Now, Fit2Fat2Fit Transformation: Gaining & Losing 75 LBS [Videos]

Drew Manning, a fitness trainer gained and then lost 75 pounds in one year, on purpose. He decided he wanted to learn what millions of...

The Evolving Heart of Health Science: Upending The Notion of Good Cholesterol

Every day, new medical studies are released that question some widely held perceptions on health and fitness. Still in its nascent stages, nutrition is...

Cooper Hears Mom for the First Time After Cochlear Implant

Cooper, 2-years old heard his mom for the first time after he had a cochlear implant. Cooper was fitted with a cochlear implant, a surgically...

Proposed Ban on Sugary Drinks in New York by Mayor Bloomberg

In effort to promote healthy living, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is proposing a ban of sugary drink sales to no more than 16...

Can Aspirin Prevent Skin Cancer? Study Shows it Can Help

A new study published in the May 29, 2012 issue of the journal Cancer, researchers from Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark found people who...

Ketogenic Diet Could Help with Epilepsy Treatments

Children with epilepsy, who aren't helped by anti-seizure medication, are treated with a ketogenic diet that is high in fat and low in carbohydrates....

River Ranch Lettuce Recall of Salinas, CA Due to Contamination of Listeria Monocytogenes

River Ranch recalled bagged lettuce voluntarily due to contamination with Listeria Monocytogenes on Friday, May 18, 2012. They found the bagged lettuce to have...

Lead Poisoning Standard Lowered the First Time in 20 Years to 5 Micrograms

A new guideline was released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions saying that more children are at risk for lead poisoning....

Coffee May Reduce Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Coffee may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital found...

Secondhand Smoke Exposure in Children Can be Tested in Blood

Researchers at the University of California in San Francisco tested 496 blood samples, from November 2009 and March 2010, from children that were left...

Campus Meningitis Outbreaks Puts Heat on Campus Health Centers

College campuses in America take pains to ensure that their students maintain their health so they can continue to attend classes and learn. Aggressive...

Savannah Barry, 16-year old Blames TSA for Breaking Insulin Pump

TSA to Blame for Broken 16-year old Savannah Barry's Insulin Pump. Savannah Barry, a 16-year old diabetic who wears a $10,000 insulin pump 24 hours...

800-pound Bride, Susanne Eman Wants Break World Record

Brides usually want to eat as little as possible to fit into their wedding dress before their big day. That's not the case for...

Japanese Futaba Mayor Refused Radiation Test While Hair Falls Out & Having Nosebleeds

As the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster begins to take it's toll, people are starting to come out in the open and make shocking claims....

Diamond Dog Food Recall Expands to 39 States & Puerto Rico & Canada

In one of the largest dog food recalls ever Diamond Pet Food manufacturers are having to expand their recall locations. The current count of...

Houston Hospital to Tweet Brain Surgery Live Step by Step on Wednesday

Houston's Memorial Hermann hospital plans to Tweet live updates of a brain tumor resection, Wednesday, May 9, 2012 beginning 8:30 a.m. EST. The brain...

Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Announced By Domino’s Pizza

The Domino's Pizza menu has just been upgraded for one of the fastest growing markets in the food business. Customers who are going gluten-free...

Infertility Treatments for Male Fertility like IVF & ICSI Could Increase Birth Defects

A study was recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine that revealed there could be some birth defect issues with infertility treatments....

Fennel Tea, Bloody Mary’s & Caveman Cookies for Killing Off Hunger Pains Says Dr....

This year Doctor Oz has been really good about tackling issues that people face every day in America. The best solutions come from things...

Dead Baby Flesh Pills Discovered by South Korea Customs

South Korea custom officials have discovered thousands of smuggled drug capsules filled with powdered flesh from dead babies. According to custom officials, 35 smuggling...

Birth Defects Higher with Assisted Reproduction, According to Study

A new study from Australia suggests that babies born through assisted reproduction had higher rates of birth defects compared to those conceived naturally. The...

Wearing a Helmet During a Tornado May Reduce Head Injury, CDC Reports

Wearing a helmet during a tornado may help reduce head injury, according to the CDC.  Trying to find a helmet instead of taking cover...

Tanning Mom, Patricia Krentcil Pleads Not Guilty of Allowing 5-year old Daughter into a...

Patricia Krentcil, known as tanning mom will be facing up to 10 years in prison if she is convicted of second-degree child endangerment of...

Dopamine Might Be to Blame For No Motivation

People who have no motivation to work hard may have their brain to blame. A new study reported in the latest issue of the...

Health Diets that include lots of Beta-Carotene Could Block Vitamin-A

People that are getting all their healthy doses of vegetables and foods that contain extra amounts of beta-carotene could be in for a surprise....

Dentist, Anna Mackowiak Pulls Out All of Ex-Boyfriend, Marek Olszewski’s Teeth

A dentist in Wroclaw, Poland pulled out all of her ex-boyfriend's teeth just days after he dumped her for another woman. Marek Olszewski, 45-years old...

Baby Avery Died From Cardiac Arrest on Monday

Avery Lynn Canahuati, who was born November 11, 2011 with spinal muscular atrophy type 1, died of pulmonary complications related to the genetic disorder,...

Avery’s Bucket List After Being Diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 1

Updated Story: Baby Avery Died From Cardiac Arrest on Monday Mike and Laura Canahuati created a blog about their 18 month old daughter, Avery who was...

Nispero fruit seed plagues woman for 28 years, escapes lung cancer

Have you ever accidentally inhaled some type of food or possibly a seed? If so, you may want to listen up to this story...

Bullying Increases Self-Harm Later in Adolescence Years

Children that are victims of bullying are three times more likely to self-harm by the time they reach their adolescence years, according to a...

Farewell Intercourse Law Hotly Debated In Egypt By Council For Women

It seems that getting the old president, Hosni Mubarak out of office has had some unwanted effects. There are current draft laws that could...

Allergies May be Good & Protect Us From Toxins, According to Study

Allergies may actually be a good thing, according to a new study published April 26, 2012 in the journal Nature. Ruslan Medzhitov, an immunobiologist...

Hand Sanitizer, Teens Drinking to Get Drunk

Teens are now drinking hand sanitizer to get drunk. Something that is supposed to kill bacteria, has sent six teenagers to Los Angeles emergency...

Bee Venom Mask the Alternative to Botox for Anti-Aging

Bee venom facial is an alternative to Botox, according to Deborah Mitchell, owner of Heaven Skin Care. Deborah Mitchell studied at Telford College of Arts...

Dr Oz Fat Burning Supplement, Forskolin Helps Enhance Metabolism

Dr. Oz is all about weight loss lately with summer approaching and everyone wants to look good in their swimsuits. Forskolin supplement is another...

Butcher’s Broom A Cure For Varicose Veins Says Doctor Oz

Every week we get a couple of new products and old products long forgotten on the market that are solutions to every day problems....

Baby Born With 6 Legs in recovery [Pictures & Video]

A couple that lives in Sukkur, Pakistan had a surprise two weeks ago when their baby was born. It was a baby born with...

Measles Worst Year in 2011 since 1996

Health officials say last year was the worst year for measles in the United States in 15 years. Fifteen years ago in 1996, there...

Brain Cancer Vaccine Shows Signs of Extending Life

A new Brain Cancer vaccine announced at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) meeting in Miami, Florida Tuesday, April 17, 2012, showed patients...

Blood Test Could Help Diagnose Depression in Teens

A study has been developed to test for depression in teenagers through a blood test. Teenage years are the best time to detect depression....

Dole Salad Recall Due to Salmonella

Dole Food Co is recalling 756 cases of bagged salad because of salmonella risk. This is a precautionary recall since there was an instance...

Wedding Diet Plan for 10 days Called the KE Diet

Brides that want to fit into their dream wedding dress will go about any distance to lose those few pounds. Even if that's inserting...

AlgaeCal Plus Touted By Dr. Oz For Frail & Weak Bones

A lot of people look to Dr. Oz for advice as he reveals easy ways for people at home to take care of themselves....

Bug Bite Treatment with Over-the-Counter Cream Might Not Be Effective

While millions of people use bug bite cream and doctors prescribe products for bug bite treatment, little evidence has been found that they actually...

Lyme Disease and Buggy Summer After a Mild Winter

The warmer winter this past year means more ticks and an increased threat of Lyme disease cases. While it was nice not to have...

X-Rays From Dentist Visits Linked to Meningiomas Brain Tumors

A study published in the online edition of Cancer, the journal of the American Cancer Society has found a link between dental x-rays and...

A Cure for Hangovers in Las Vegas? Find the Hangover Heaven Bus

A hangover cure is being taken to the curbside in Las Vegas. Dr. Jason Burke, a board-certified anesthesiologist who graduated from Duke University started...

Is Miley Cyrus Anorexic? Gluten Free and Workout Keeps Her Thin

Rumors have started to spread that Miley Cyrus is anorexic. She's slimmed down and has been spotted working out nearly every day. Miley Cyrus tweeted...

Diets with Rasperry Ketones Products Selling Out After Dr. Oz Coverage

It seem the business of recommendation on TV is a powerful thing and Dr. Oz is one of the most well listened to doctors...

Oxycodone and Hydrocodone Prescriptions On the Rise, Addiction Epidemic

Painkiller prescriptions are on the rise and are turning into an addiction epidemic. Opioid pain relievers have caused 14,800 overdoes deaths in 2008 and...

Fake Avastin Sold Through Distributor Richards Pharma, FDA Warns

The FDA found a second, new batch of counterfeit cancer drug, Avastin. These counterfeits do not contain the active ingredient found in Avastin, bevacizumab. The...

Eating Placenta New Trendy Thing For Moms Giving Birth, ask January Jones!

There are some new fads or trends that you just have to shake your head at. While you might be shaking your head, eating...

60 Minutes Reports, Is Sugar Toxic? [Video]

Sugar is actually a toxin. Scientific studies are starting to back this evidence up of sugar being a poison. On 60 Minutes that aired...

BPA Won’t Be Removed From Packaging, According to FDA Rejection

  The Food and Drug Administration rejected banning the plastic-hardening chemical, bisphenol-A from all food and drink packaging. The FDA said the petition by the...

A Recap of Obamacare for those with A.D.D

If you’re like  most people, you barely have enough time in the day to do anything, let alone keep up on the latest political...

A Dangerous Game to Play, Cinnamon Challenge

Cinnamon Challenge, a popular, but deadly game among teens in which they are challenged to swallow one tablespoon of cinnamon within 60 seconds without...

Raspberry Ketone is Dr Oz Number One Miracle Weight Loss Pill

Raspberry Ketone is Dr. Oz number one miracle weight loss drug in a bottle. On Dr. Oz March 28, 2012 show he gives tips...

Starbucks Strawberry Frappuccino Colored with Cochineal Extract (Crushed Bugs)

If you order a Starbucks Strawberry Frappuccino, you'll be ordering crushed cochineal bugs. Starbucks is using cochineal extract to color their Strawberry Frappuccinos in...

Kids with Math Anxiety Show Different Brain Functions

Kids who have math anxiety have altered brain functions, according to a recent study. Brain activity, when faced with equations and formulas from math,...

California Poppy Extract touted by Dr. Oz as pain reliever

Dr. Oz has been using the Doctor Oz show to really tackle the problems that Americans face every day. On March 22nd, 2012 Dr....

Outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in Egypt

An outbreak of food and mouth disease (FMD) has hit Egypt and could threaten North Africa and Middle East. Egypt officials have estimated 40,222...

Altitude Sickness Prevention With IbuProfen, Study Shows

Altitude sickness can be prevented by taking Ibuprofen according to research published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine. A small study of 86 men and...

Red, A Search and Rescue Dog from 9/11 Receives Stem Cell Therapy

Red, a search and rescue dog who's job is to save lives, including those from the Pentagon on 9/11 and as well as in...

LSD Effects on the Brain Could Help Alcoholism Treatment

LSD could help treat alcoholism, study shows. Norwegian researchers took a look at earlier studies on the drug lysergic acid diethylamide, also known as...

Wild lettuce extract or “Lettuce Opium” recommended by Dr. Oz

Lack of sleep in America is a problem and Dr. Oz was trying to help people find solutions today on his show. Discussions about...

Beyonce breastfeeding in public could start a trend & more nurse-ins

Image Credit: Bauer-Griffon.com Yes, you've heard the buzz and you maybe even read the magazine cover done by US Magazine announcing Beyonce was breastfeeding Blue...

37 BuckyBalls Magnets Swallowed by Surviving 3-Year Old Toddler, Payton Bushnell

Payton Bushnell, a 3-year old toddler from Portland, Oregon, is in full recovery after undergoing emergency surgery to remove 37 Rare Earth Buckyballs magnets...

Allergy Immunotherapy Tablets Treat Ragweed Symptoms Study Shows

Merck & Co released their data from a study of allergen immunotherapy to help fight ragweed and grass allergies. The company said on Sunday,...

Rates of Injection Drug Users with HIV Drops

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study on Thursday, March 1, 2012 stating fewer needle drug users are testing positive for...

Weight Loss Pills Qnexa Pass FDA Panel

The U.S. advisory panel of medical experts voted 20 to 2 in favor, to endorse the weight-loss drug, Qnexa. The weight loss drug will...

Woman Dies After Dentist Visit From Legionnaires’ Disease

Legionnaire disease is an infection that is usually caused by air-conditioning systems, hot-water systems, spas and fountains that are not properly cleaned or maintained....

Holly Madison Weight Loss Interview with Shape Magazine

Holly Madison explains in the March edition of Shape magazine that she had problems with her weight, after landing the leading role in Peepshow...

L’Oreal Ranks in the Top for Lead in Lipstick List

In a recent analysis of 400 different lipsticks, the FDA found lead in them. The FDA does regulate cosmetic safety under the Federal Food,...

Brain is Healthy with Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean Diet may be good for your brain according to a study published in this month's issue of the Archives of Neurology. This...

Raw Milk Sold in Pennsylvania From Family Cow Farm Causes 35 to Become Ill

Drinking raw milk from the Family Cow Farm in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania caused 35 people to get campylobacter bacterial infection. The raw milk from Shankstead...

Salmonella Outbreak in 2011 Linked to Taco Bell

This week the Food Safety News revealed Taco Bell to be the identity of "Restaurant Chain A" that caused 68 people to be sickened...

1.35 Million Condoms Recalled in South Africa After ANC Celebrations

South Africa's leading HIV group warned the one million condoms handed out during the African National Congress centenary celebrations might be porous. Health officials...

Estrogen Levels Altered in Young Women When Drinking Caffeine Daily

A study published by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found women between 18-44 had their estrogen levels altered when drinking coffee. Even though...

No Morgellons Disease Cure Found in Recent CDC Report

Morgellons has been found to be all in a person's mind, according to a recent report by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers....

How to Lower Blood Pressure? Drink Black Tea Study Shows

A study released January 23, 2012 showed that drinking three cups of black tea per day lowers your blood pressure by 2-3 points. This...

Nike Fuel Band Aims to Make Life & Fitness A Game With Nike+ FuelBand...

Nike is trying to change your life and #makeitcount as they launch a new fitness product that has a hashtag, flashy promotional video and...

Bath Salts Drug Causes Woman to Have Arm Amputated

A New Orleans woman had to have her entire right arm amputated after injecting an increasing popular street legal drug called "bath salts." The...

Woman born with two vaginas talks about her experience in interview

It may be a rare condition but there is one girl, named Hazel Jones, that is revealing to the public about her condition called,...

Medics Drop Transplant Heart Caught on Video

Mexican paramedics dropped a human donor heart that was being transferred by private jet and police helicopter to a 20-year old woman whose life...

Orange Juice Fungicide Called Carbendazim Detected Raises Concern

A fungicide that has been banned in the United States was found in Orange Juice according to the FDA. The fungicide called carbendazim was...

Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Doesn’t Mean Quit Having Safe Sex

Girls who receive the human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV) still need to practice safe sex. Researchers have found that some girls who get the vaccine...

Pneumonia Vaccine Approved by FDA Called Prevnar 13 from Pfizer

The FDA has approved a vaccine for adults 50 years and older to help prevent pneumonia. The vaccine Prevnar 13 will protect against 13...

Ben Breedlove’s YouTube Video About Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Before Passing Away Christmas Day

Ben Breedlove, 18 years old, passed away on Christmas day from his heart condition hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). Ben had made a two part YouTube...

Hydrocodone Without Acetaminophen & 10 Times Stronger Than Vicodin Being Created

Four drug companies are in the process of developing a pain killer that is ten times stronger than Vicodin which contains hydrocodone and acetaminophen....

Inhalable Caffeine by AeroShot Labeled a Club Drug By Sen. Schumer

Oh we got trouble, right here in river city... and it comes in the form of inhalable caffeine or what some are calling caffeine...

Melinda Star Guido, Third Smallest Baby, Gets to Go Home Soon

Melinda Star Guido, a palm-sized baby was born on August 30, 2011 weighing only a mere 9.5 ounces which is less than a can...

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Diagnosed with Celiac Disease

Elisabeth Hasselbeck has been diagnosed with celiac disease after struggling with fatigue, weight fluctuation and problems with conceiving children. Elisabeth Hasselbeck decided to fight...

ADHD Medications Don’t Cause Heart Problems for Adults

ADHD medications are safe for adults hearts, according to a recent study. It's been believed that using these drugs to help attention deficit hyperactivity...

Sugar Cereals Like Honey Smacks, Captain Crunch & Froot Loops Worse Than A Twinkie

Are the cereals we’re giving our kids containing way too much sugar? Recent studies answer that with a resounding YES. Considering findings that state...

FDA Approves Ranbaxy Generic Drug for Lowering Cholesterol Alternative to Lipitor

Generic versions of medications are not a new development in this day and age of high priced health care and brand name prescriptions. They...

Double Mastectomy Surgery Next Week for Giuliana Rancic E! News Host

On Monday, December 5, 2011 Giuliana Rancic, 37 years old, announced on NBC's "Today Show" that she will be having a double mastectomy. She...

ADHD Study Reveals Genes Variants May Help Treat the Disorder

A new study published in Nature Genetics on December 4, 2011 has found variations in genes that involve the brain signaling pathways are linked...

Apple Juice Arsenic Levels Raise FDA Questions by Dr. Oz & Consumer Reports

Back in September Dr. Mehmet Oz, from the very popular Dr. Oz show on TV, aired a show reporting that he had done testing...

Fewer Children Are Uninsured with Health Insurance According to US Study

Despite a struggling economy that has unemployment rates rising and private insurance being dropped, numbers of uninsured children continue to decrease in many states....

BPA Levels In Canned Goods & Soups At Dangerous Levels

Don’t be fooled by the healthy looking labels and claims on the outside of soups and canned food. A recent study shows that those...

Johnson & Johnson Removing Cancer Causing Chemicals From Baby Shampoo

When you think of baby shampoo, the last thing that comes to your mind is worrying that those “no tears” suds contain not only...

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month

According to the American Diabetes Association, 26 million children and adults are currently living with diabetes in the United States. Diabetes is chronic condition...

FDA Pulls Avastin Drug for Breast Cancer and Insurance Companies Stop Paying the Cost

Approval of the drug, Avastin, used to treat breast cancer, has been revoked by the Food and Drug Administration as of November 18, 2011....

Pox Parties for Parents That Don’t Want to Give Their Child a Chicken Pox...

Parents that don't want to give their children a chicken pox vaccine and want their kids to get the virus "naturally" by being in...

Hearing Loss Statistics Show it Affects Men More Than Women

A recent study showed that one out of five Americans that are 12 years or older, suffer from hearing loss. This new research was...

Adding More Fiber to Your Diet May Help Reduce Colon Cancer

The risk of colorectal cancer can be reduced by eating a high-fiber diet, according to research. Researchers at Imperial College of London found that...

Paleo Diet Ranked #20, TLC Diet #3 and Dash Diet #1 by US News...

US News has released their Best Diets list for 2011 and the winners might surprise you. We were also surprised a little considering the...

Conjoined Twins Separated at Age 2 in a Seven Hour Surgery

Conjoined twins, 2 years old, were separated in a seven-hour operation in Northern California at Stanford University's children's hospital on Tuesday. The surgery to...

Americans are Consuming too Much Sodium According to 3 Year Study by CDC

Keeping the salt shaker in the cupboard will not solve too much intake of sodium for you, it comes from more than that. According...

Listeria Deaths from Cantaloupe Melon has Reached 25

The outbreak from the food-borne illness, listeria in tainted cantaloupe has spread across 12 U.S. states and has caused 25 deaths. It's also caused...

Ground Beef Recall in California and Nevada Due to E. Coli

A Los Angeles based company, Commercial Meat Co., is recalling around 380,000 pounds of ground beef products due to possible contamination with E. coli....

New Child Anxiety Product Hits the Market

If you or anyone you know has a child who struggles with anxiety, then you know what it is like to feel helpless and...

Workout Routines – Losing That Weight And Getting In Shape

It is nearly a month and a half into the New Year already. For many people, this is the make or break time...

Recall issued for popular Audio & Video Baby Monitors

Two infant deaths in the United States have resulted in the recall of 1.7 million video baby monitors. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety...

Getting Out Of Debt For Good

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Valentine’s Day Ideas

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Obesity Rate Climbing

This should not come as surprising news to anybody that the worldwide obesity rate is climbing. New studies show that the obesity rate...

Toys for Tots kicks off nationwide

Starting this week across the nation, the annual toy drive for the less fortunate will kick off their campaigns. Thousands of drop locations...

New Study: Smoking Boosts Risk for Alzheimer’s

According to a new study, smoking elevates the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia. A study of more than 20,000 men and women found...

Infant Sleep Positioner Warnings Issued by the FDA and CPSC

Warnings have been issued by both the Food and Drug Administration as well as the Consumer Product Safety Commission against use of the popular...

Similac baby formula recall upsets parents

A recall has been issued for 5 million cans of the popular baby formula brand, Similac.  The formula affected is the powdered version found...

Oridion’s Study for the Integrated Pulmonary Index

Oridion is a company famous for producing revolutionary medical devices. Their main focus is creation of devices useful in monitoring patient’s safety like observing...

Older Men May Not Need Prostate Screening

A new study recently released has shown that some men do not benefit from early prostate screening.  The study has shown that men, ages...

Survey Of Downs Syndrome Parents Reveals The Truth

On October 2009, an online survey was done about ‘how parents accepted Down Syndrome Diagnosis on their child’ which earned 500 responses. Researchers at...

Vampire Facelift, A New Trend That Doesn’t Suck

“Vampire Facelift” does not indeed engage beauty treatment for fanged persons. The fresh methods, which are quickly improving fame and advertising, make its vivid name...

Doctors Seek Medical Cure For Homosexuality

Bioethicists are charging Dr. Maria New, an endocrinologists and researcher for her first attempt to prevent homosexuality and bisexuality in the mother’s womb. Dr....

College Freshmen, Parents Learn To Adjust

College freshmen students leaving home to attend college to pursue their careers and dreams can be very happy and lonesome at the same time....

New Weight Loss Study Results

“Arena pharmaceuticals, Inc” WOODCLIFF LAKE and SAN DIEGO, N.J. and “Eisai Inc” have announced the two-year BLOOM’s results. Data that has been presented in...

Ear Infection More Common Among Lower Income Families

US researchers found that white poor kids are more prone to ear infection than those children who happen to grow up in a fortunate...

Bioheart Expands

Bioheart, Inc. today broadcasted plans to create two hubs of the Middle East to supply for normal cell treatment for patients with congestive heart...

Gene Found That Could Cause Problems For Those Abroad

Researchers met a gene that is defiant to entirely all antibiotics. This particular gene was found in Pakistan, Bangladesh and India. It was labeled...

Wellness From Radial Group

The Radial Group's fresh 2011 Health and Wellness Trend Revaluation discovers health care movements which provide new chances for wellness and health concerns in...

MacroGenics Announces Additional DART Funding

One of the very famous and private bio-technology based Company is MacroGenics. The Company has its focus on the discovery and more findings for...

Monkeys Found Resistant To AIDS

Scientists discovered that sooty mangabeys monkeys can prevent the development of AIDS through a natural way. As you may have known, sooty mangabeys monkeys...

Gastrectomy A Success

In United States, the doctors of San Diego successfully removed 20% of a patient’s stomach in a highly special technique. This was noted as...

Break In Alzheimer Research

It has been proven in the latest years that the tau protein that can be found in the brain cells of people suffering from...

Paging Dr. Gonzales

The Doctors ache hospital in West Palm seashore has publicized that Dr. George Gonzales has coupled its personnel. Dr. Gonzales has wide knowledge in take...

Pectin May Be Effective For Treating Cancer Patients

Some recent studies stated that pectin found in citrus could be valuable for fighting against prostate cancer. Researchers from California University found this substance...

HNAP Certifies Payformance

Payformance Corporation, the country’s top supplier of healthcare fee generalization solutions, declared now that it has attained complete certification with the Healthcare Network Accreditation...

Nephrologist, Your Next Doctor’s Visit

Exton released some market research reports evaluating the nephrology market in Europe. The pool containing opinions of over 200 European nephrologists was made in...

Shire Releases New Results

Shire Plc, a global pharmaceutical company announced positive results on their latest studies about VPIRIV (velaglucerase alfa). This “enzyme replacement therapy” could cure the...

Santa On A Diet?

THE SANTA DIET is a comprehensive food programm for bodily expression and divine fitness.  Santa will show his growth, the basics of his fresh...

Meninges Offers Additional Relief?

A Fresh method for the diagnosis of the CNS might provide promise for sufferers of a list of draining and little-understood illnesses, including fibromyalgia,...

Stern Cells Help Treat Cancer

The allergenic stern cell transplant could be promising for patients suffering from CLL-Chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Those cells could treat genetic abnormalities, according to recent...

Pregnant Women With TB At Higher Risk

Tuberculosis or TB can cause a big destruction on women’s sexual reproductive health as well as to their, children especially those pregnant. Pregnant women...

Sacrum, More Important Than You Think

Sacrum is an "important feature" of our body. If you are away from steadiness in the hips, you are out of steadiness all over!...

GRAPE Results Published

NeoVista, Inc. announced the beginning of their subsequent medical investigating assignment, the GRAPE Study. The GRAPE Study is a sub-research of the in progress...

Dementia Detection Important

Determining early detection for people with dementia may help to reduce the healthcare costs associated with its diagnosis and case management. Leading healthcare professionals treating...

Wisconsin Pro No-Contraception

The state of Wisconsin is aiming to expand the no-contraception program through the help of Health Reform Law. Their main aim is to give...

Hormone Therapy After Menopause?

Recent study shows that hormone therapy on estrogen or testosterone after menopause doesn’t improve the memory of women. It simply contributes to the studies...

Surgery Outfit Gets Honors For Quality

On 19th August, Quinn Plastic Surgery Center and Medical Day Spa was entitled the finest decorative operation hub in Kansas metropolis for the year...

Avandia Warning Label To Change

Two days of hearings by the advisory committee of the FDA recommended that the type 2 diabetes drug Avandia (Rosigliatzone), stay on the market,...

Research Points To Connection Between Mental Health and Fruit

According to the latest research, it has been observed that elimination of new cases of depression and diabetes is possible up to 21 percent...

Loyola Offers Extended Funding For School Of Nursing

Pupils at Loyola academy’s New Orleans School of Nursing can get a superior graduate degree, with the central administration taking a large portion of...

PyratineXR Gets Approval From JDD

The Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, has concluded that the efficacy and tolerability of the active ingredient in PyratineXR is safe for long-term use. ...

Underage Drinking Among Males The Highest

According to a federal government report, greater part of U.S. hospital emergency visits has been made by male counterparts for being involved in underage...

Medicare Cuts Troubling Physicians, Seniors

Physicians and seniors are compensating the price of Medicare mismanagement done by congress, as it failed to stop the process of giving out physician...

Alternatives To ER’s Are Becoming More Popular

Immediate MedCare hubs provide an upmarket option to the extended delays in ERs and basic aid in doctors’ workplaces. Operated with panel-certified doctors, physician...

Shire Makes Headway With Treatment For Gaucher Disease

The global specialists biopharmaceutical company, Shire PLC (LSH:SHP, NASDAQ: SHPGY), announced that they have had some promisingly positive results from its long-term extension of...

FSA Expands Urgent Surgery Centers

Foundation Surgery Affiliates (FSA) declared this week a new business collaboration with four urgent surgery centers (ASCs). FSA gets takes care of concerns held...

Lithium Proven To Be Helpful In Treating ALS

According to a recent study, it can be said that patients suffering with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) can be benefitted with the psychiatric drug...

IPS Cells Provide Alternative to Embryonic Cells

The debate has been spurred over the years about whether it is immoral to use embryonic cells for research, causing people from all walks...

Locally Grown Produce A Healthy Growing Trend

There’s an increase demand in locally grown products like vegetable, fruits and crops in our market nowadays, driving farmer’s to grow crops just like...

Rotavirus Vaccine Proven Effective

Two relevant studies conducted in Asia and Africa show that a vaccine against rotavirus gastroenteritis (RVG) is effectual.  Rotavirus is typified by diarrhea, vomiting...

Research Links Depression To Delayed Healing From Diabetic Foot Ulcers

New research shows that depression can affect to the period of healing diabetic foot ulcers, as well as the patients way of handling with...

DeFlash Helpful For Women Experiencing Menopause

DeFlash is a woman’s every day wellness formula made to help oneself deal through the basic menopausal symptoms: anxiety, clinical depression, anxiousness, anger, temper,...

New Mothers Found To Have Feeding Problems

A newly released national-survey chronicles the frustration and emotional hardships displayed by first-time Mothers regarding feeding issues.  A national survey, commissioned by Playtex, reported...

Heart Failure Victims Have A New Hope For Erectile Dysfunction

Cenegenics Medical Establishment, the international old age administration leader, got together with Dr. Ernst R. von Schwarz-Medical Administrator of the Multidisciplinary Heart Failure Study...

American Healthcare Tourism On The Rise

Although much attention has been given recently surrounding American’s traveling abroad to find more inexpensive healthcare and medical procedures, not much has been given...

BioHeart Leads The Way For Heart Failure Patients

The task of the Cell Treatment Establishment is to develop civic well-being using the backing of operational mature shoot cell study and teaching. The...

Cell Therapy Establishment Concerned About Pace Of Stem Cell Research

Several hopeful health check studies done to heal illness of the mind, heart, and circulatory network are running too leisurely to aid thousands of...

New Liposuction Findings

The fastest-growing liposuction specialists has recently released an article based on its experience with liposuction, Sono Bello, which is now available on their blog. ...

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