Tag : treatment

Ari Schultz

Toddler  22 March '17

Boston Boy Losing Family Home Due To Molds Following Heart Transplant? Toddler Undergoes Acute Rejection Treatment

A five-year-old Boston Boy waited around seven months to get a heart transplant but now he is undergoing acute rejection treatment while his family is getting ready for the possibility that their home will be demolished.

Ebola vaccine may be 'up to 100% effective': WHO (2)

Health/Nutrition  24 December '16

Finally A Successful Cure For Ebola!

A highly effective vaccine that guards against the deadly Ebola virus could be available by 2018, says the World Health Organization.

5 Ways The U.S. Mental Health Care System Is In Crisis

Health/Nutrition  24 December '16

Cash To Improve Mental Health Of Children Not Getting Enough Attention

The mental health situation in the United States has been deteriorating at an exponential rate.

Patients Cared For By Female Doctors Fare Better Than Those Treated By Men

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

Females Surpass Males In Doctory Says Researchers

How can it be that those who are treated by female doctors are diagnosed better? This article tells exactly how

San Lorenzo Bikini Show And Hammock Show After Party At W South Beach For SWIMMIAMI 2016

Teens/Young Adults  4 December '16

Eating Disorders 'Anorexia' And 'Bulimia' Causing Death Worldwide?

There has been a growing number of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa among the demographic worldwide.

Amtrak Train Derailment Causes Mass Injuries In Philadelphia

Health/Nutrition  1 December '16

The Woman Who's Allergic To Everything: Extremely Rare Condition

Allergic problems of Johanna Watkins are one of a kind that have made life a living hell for her.

World's Smallest Pacemaker Saves Life Of 78-Year-Old Patient

Body  26 November '16

Secondary Opinions On Prostrate Cancer Might Not Force Change In Treatment

Prostate cancer patients seeking second opinions shouldn’t always expect a change in treatment.

World's Smallest Pacemaker Saves Life Of 78-Year-Old Patient

Health  25 November '16

New Drug With Potential Of Treating Spinal Muscular Atrophy Could Be A Lifesaver For Children

Doctors are hopeful that a newly developed drug could be a much-needed breakthrough for children with spinal muscular atrophy

Puerto Rico Battles Zika Virus

Pregnancy  23 November '16

Does Pregnancy Hinder Ambition And Career-Orientedness?

Eleven percent of women reported being dismissed and made redundant that they had to leave once they became pregnant or returned to work after a baby.

Miami Neighborhood Battles Outbreak Of Zika Virus

Infant  19 November '16

Preventing Infants From Respiratory Infections: A Developing Concern Among Parents?

Parents of newborns and babies should be on alert for respiratory infections as the number of severe cases rise.

Dr. Seuss Receives A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

SPED Kids  18 November '16

New Experiments To Treat Autism

Researchers say two new approaches can potential help a large number of children with autism through behavioral therapy.

HHS Secretary Burwell Speaks On Open Enrollment Insurance Period At Miami Dade College

School  18 November '16

A Significant Fraction Of Children Suffering From Mental Illness Turned Away By Treatment Services

Too often support comes only when a child is on the brink of suicide.

Student Science Competition Winners Showcase Their Inventions In Washington

Toddler  13 November '16

Being Prudent Is Important In Lice Prevention

Headlice are extremely annoying not only for one who has them but also for those around them.

Daily Antiretroviral Pill Found To Protect Healthy From AIDS Transmission

School  13 November '16

Getting The Right Antibiotic For Your Children

The rise of antibiotic consumption and the increase in use of last-resort antibiotic drugs raises serious concerns for public health.

Rosson Crow's Private Preview Of 'Madame Psychosis Holds A Seance'

Toddler  3 November '16

Helping A Psychotic Child To Get Back On Track

Children that have psychosis often become helpless and their parents get highly concerned. It's not something that can't be fixed.

2016 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards - Show

News  5 October '16

Toni Braxton Battles With Lupus; Now Resting At Home After Hospitalized For Treatment

Toni Braxton is dealing with lupus but is now reportedly fine and resting at home.

2016 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards - Show

News  5 October '16

Toni Braxton Battles With Lupus; Now Resting At Home After Hospitalized For Treatment

Toni Braxton is dealing with lupus but is now reportedly fine and resting at home.

Kassie DePaiva

TV/ Movie  26 August '16

'Days of Our Lives' Cast News: Kassie DePaiva Reveals She Is Battling Leukemia, Considers It A 'Bump In The Road'

"Days of Our Lives" actress Kassie DePaiva is suffering from leukemia.

The Duke Of Cambridge Visits The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

Health/Nutrition  15 August '16

This is Why Doctors Would Want Computerized Assistants for Cancer Care

Doctors are now working together with supercomputers for faster treatment and diagnosis.

30th Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner To Benefit The Buoniconti Fund To Cure Paralysis - Dinner

Body  15 August '16

Researchers Have Found Ways to Achieve 'Partial Recovery' for People with Spinal Cord Injuries

A group of researchers in Brazil have helped people with spinal cord injuries regain partial functioning with the help of machines.

150 Years German Red Cross: Senior Citizens Care

Health/Nutrition  26 July '16

Drastic Change Of Personality May Indicate Early Stage Of Dementia, Doctors Say

A new diagnosis has been developed by a group of researchers that will look at mood and behavioral changes of people to determine if they are at risk of developing dementia.

Berlin Hit By Measles Outbreak

Medicine  21 July '16

STD News And Updates: Chlamydia May Be Prevented With A Vaccine Developed By New Research

A recent research has developed a vaccine that may treat chlamydia and even possibly prevent it from being acquired in the first place.

New Study Finds That U.S. Obesity Rates Continue To Climb

Health/Nutrition  19 July '16

Obesity News: There Is Not Enough Treatment Available For Obese Patients Today

Vox writes about the failure of the medical field to respond to patients suffering from obesity---with no machines to accommodate patients weighing 450 pounds and more, and the lack of drug therapies for treatment.

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