Health/Nutrition

Mysterious Outbreak Sickens Young Dental Patients In Orange County

Health/Nutrition  21 December '16

Why Health Spending In The U.S In 2015 Becomes Controversial

The increase in federal spending was driven mainly by the expansion of Medicaid eligibility and enrollment, according to the report, published online in the journal Health Affairs. The United States has increased last year to a total spending of $3.2 trillion or a nearly average of $10,000 per person since the 2008 recession at the fastest rate of time. The Department of Health and Human Services has reported on Friday. The growth coincided with continuing increases in the number of Americans with insurance coverage, through private health plans or Medicaid.

Donald Trump

Health/Nutrition  21 December '16

Hidden Agenda? What Everybody Doesn’t Know About Trumpcare

The newly elected US president, Donald Trump, declared Representative Tom Price as his new Health and Human Services (HHS) secretary to lead the pursuit of a new direction for American health care. The new health care system would be fully consumer-driven, empowering Americans to be surveyors and purchasers of their own care.

Loyola's Pediatric Mobile Health Unit Cares For Uninsured Children

Health/Nutrition  21 December '16

How To Know When To Test Your Kid For Colorblindness And Tips For Families And Educators

Dr. Mark Changizi, a theoretical neurobiologist, science writer, author and creator of VINO.vi, shared some tips for testing colorblindness in children.

Positive Effects Of Drinking Alcohol: Can Alcohol Lengthen An Individual’s Lifespan?

Health/Nutrition  21 December '16

The Hidden Truth About How Low Alcohol Price Affect Britain’s Health

The British government said that it will continue to have a low price of alcohol because of a new report about how could it improve the health of the people in a country. Public Health England's (PHE) found out that a range of measures, such as low price and tackling marketing by alcohol firms, could lose the harm caused by drinking. Because of a recent drop in consumption, people in the UK drink more than the 1980s and alcohol is now more affordable than ever, which the PHE said. Setting a minimum price for alcohol can reduce alcohol-related harm while saving healthcare costs.

The danger of getting Deep Vein Thrombosis during long-haul flights

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

Deep vein thrombosis: How long-haul flights can ruin more than your holiday

The holidays are near and those taking long-haul flights should be wary of getting deep vein thrombosis.

Female Palestinian Doctor Vaccinates Child

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

New Research Suggests That Doctors Affect A Person's Survival Rate

You'll be surprised to know that your survival rate could lie on the gender of your doctor.

Utopia Challenged - Sweden's Relationship With Refugees

Body  21 December '16

Fitness For Kids: 'Exergaming' Pushes Fun Physical Activity Among Children With Help From UnitedHealthcare & NERF ENERGY [INFOGRAPHIC]

Childhood obesity is a growing problem in America and this project hopes to help with the crisis.

Withdrawal eyed for Codeine-users once it becomes prescription drug

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

National Withdrawal Eyed With Prescription-Only Codeine

Widespread withdrawal symptoms expected once prescription is required for Codeine-containing drugs .

How much sugar is enough?

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

The Debate: How much sugar is OK?

Is the less than 6-teaspoon of added sugar daily consumption recommended by the World Health Organization junk science? The debate goes on as new review claims these guidelines are based on low-quality data.

Researchers Discuss New Protein Microscope

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

Prostate Cancer Advances With Laser-activated Drug

A novel treatement for prostate cancer is underway with the use of a laser-activated drug that is minimally invasive compared to surgery is underway.

Judgement Given On NHS Restrictions On Alzheimer's Drugs

Mind  20 December '16

New Drug Found To Restore Memory Of Alzheimer's Patients And Give Them Long Life

This drug not only slows down memory loss, but even restores it.

Do 'purple foods' offer more nutritional benefits?

Body  20 December '16

Purple Foods Are Good For Health, New Study Proposes

2017 is going to bring new food trends with it. A new style has broken out, and that is purple food.

Marijuana Moms in Beverly Hills

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

Smoking Pot And Parenting Simply Cannot Be Conjoined

A lot of states are now legalizing marijuana which was once considered as a dangerous drug.

The Year in Focus (2016)

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

Health Tourists Are Indebted To NHS In Large Figures

The NHS is going through a deficit of over £30million of unpaid receipt because of overseas patients in the time period of just a year.

Early Birds vs Night Owls

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

Longer Nights Can Cause Mental Health Plight

What happens when you stay up late at night? Is it really good for health? Not really

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

Funerals Held For Victims Of Christmas Island Shipwreck

Health/Nutrition  21 December '16

Bereavement Leave: When Grief Takes Its Toll, What Should You Do?

British politicians and health experts are proposing for a bereavement leave for workers who have lost a close family member.

The Duke & Duchess Of Cambridge Visit Luton

Mind  21 December '16

Why Suicide Rate Is Rising To Daunting Levels In The UK

In the upcoming year, the expectation is that the suicide rates might decrease.

Frank Zander Hosts Charity Dinner For Homeless In Berlin

Health/Nutrition  21 December '16

How To Avoid Food Poisoning This Holiday Season

Christmas is the time of the year in which the refrigerators are filled with left-over foods but humans are not the only ones who are happy this holiday season but also the bacteria that attack the food, leading to serious illnesses.

New Zealanders Rally Against Child Abuse As Moko Rangitoheriri's Killers Are Sentenced

Health/Nutrition  20 December '16

How Child Abuse Affects Individuals In Later Life

Different studies done on child abuse have suggested that those who have suffered from such kind of incidents see bad outcomes.

'Champions For Charity' Football Match - Nowitzki v Vettel

Body  20 December '16

Michael Schumacher Health News Update: F1 Driver's Family To Launch A 'Keep Fighting Campaign' To Encourage Fans To Keep Going Despite Hardships

Michael Schumacher's manager, Sabine Kehm opens up about the F1 driver's plea for privacy.

Dangers of Opioid Painkiller Fentanyl

Body  20 December '16

Opioid And Synthetic Marijuana [Spice] Related Deaths Continually Increase As 2016 Is Bound To End

Illicit drug-related deaths continually increase as some states experienced a total of 200 percent increase in drug-related deaths.

Demonstrators Gather In Philadelphia To Protest Eric Garner Grand Jury Decision

Mind  20 December '16

Study Says Crying Is Healthy And Empowering; Here Are Some Benefits

Don't feel guilty or weak after you cry because it is healthy and here are other cool things about it that you should know.

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