Body 19 May '16
The public should now be vigilant in using sunscreen products after a study found that some of these do not actually contain the correct SPF indicated on their labels.
Medicine 19 May '16
The Republican-dominated House funded $622 million for Zika virus response in the United States that led to the rebuke of the White House which claims the amount to be inadequate in solving the problem.
K-12 Reform 19 May '16
A report has found that race and income segregation in the United States education system persists.
Family Life 19 May '16
Countries around the world, even religious ones, are seeing increasing numbers of unmarried parents cohabiting. The families of unmarried parents often miss out on important economic benefits.
Teens/Young Adults 13 May '16
Young people from Kazakhstan are being fooled into prostitution in the U.S. Their recruiters tell them that they will be working as exchange students under a state department program.
Politics 11 May '16
The new elected mayor of London found Donald Trump's travel ban for Muslims unfathomable.
Fertility 11 May '16
The U.S. is seeing lower birth rates since the 2008 recession. Fewer babies have significant impacts on the country's economy.
Puberty 10 May '16
Planned Parenthood is in the works of providing transgender health care treatments.
Politics 10 May '16
Bernie Sanders' progressive tax and spending proposals will add another $21 trillion to the U.S. national debt. The Democratic candidate's plans highlight health care and raising tax rates on wealthier American families.
School 9 May '16
Should parents be blamed for raising a bully?
College Success 8 May '16
Challenging new graduates to push for change in the country, US President Barack Obama told Howard University students that they should not be ashamed of their race.
Medicine 7 May '16
Germany will be having medical marijuana accessible by 2017.
Music.Art.STEM 7 May '16
According to new reports, job cuts are at its highest level last April with over 61,000 employees now unemployed.
Body 6 May '16
Hospital blunders could be more fatal than illnesses. A new study at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that medical error is now the third-leading cause of death in the US, surpassing stroke and respiratory diseases.
Medicine 5 May '16
“Setting a national target to reduce unnecessary antibiotic use in outpatient settings is a critical first step to improve antibiotic use and protect patients,” Lauri Hicks, D.O., commander in the U.S. Public Health Service, said.
Body 5 May '16
The efforts made by the U.S. government to curb HIV/AIDS rates in Africa are reportedly ineffective. HIV/AIDS infection rates are higher among young African women than their men counterparts.
Behavior 4 May '16
The suicide rate in the United States continually increases.
Medicine 4 May '16
Medical errors are now the third leading cause of death in the U.S. A recent study found that medical errors kill almost 700 patients every day.
Politics 3 May '16
The United States have established great plans to battle the effects of climate change, but until now it still lacks proper implementation of these proposed measures.
Body 3 May '16
Blacks in segregated neighborhoods get less treatment for their lung cancers compared to their white counterparts. Economic status and racial class contribute to these problems.
TV/ Movie 3 May '16
A gamer has uploaded a new "Pokémon Go" footage while beta testing is being conducted in Australia and New Zealand.
Medicine 2 May '16
Drug experts have issued a warning a drug known as W-18, a synthetic opioid that is more powerful than fentanyl and morphine.
Medicine 2 May '16
A new study discovered a potential resistance busting drug for resistant prostate cancers.