Tag : health

Science Nudges FDA on Mitochondrial Replacement

Health/Nutrition  10 December '16

Therapy For Mitochondrial Replacement - Three Parent Babies

A new therapeutic technology designed to prevent women from passing on debilitating disorders to their babies has worked successfully in a small, proof-of-concept experiment.

Oakland Residents Receive Free Flu Shots At Local Church

Body  8 December '16

Why You Need To Get A Flu Shot Now

Flu season is here, which is why you need your flu shots ready!

Berlin Hit By Measles Outbreak

Toddler  8 December '16

A Sensible Guide For Parents With Children When Common Illnesses Strike

Kids usually come down with common illnesses like colds, cough and rashes, among others. How do parents know when it is ok to go on with plans, to stay home and avoid transmission, when it is time to see the doctor or if it is an emergency situation?

Donald Trump Campaigns In Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Body  8 December '16

Just A Cigarette A Day Could Kill You, New Study

This study might help in making you quit smoking cigarette today.

Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton Campaign Throughout Iowa Ahead State's Caucus

Health/Nutrition  8 December '16

Overdosage Of Water Can Be Deadly As Well

Water can be a blessing, but when it's intoxicated, it can be equally deady to health.

2015 New York Taste Presented By Citi Hosted By New York Magazine

Body  8 December '16

Scientists Say That White Wine Could Cause Melanoma

You might want to stop drinking white wine after reading this.

US Customs And Border Patrol Processes Holiday Travelers

Body  7 December '16

What Is Parkinson's Disease And How Can It Be Treated Today

New study shows some bacteria in the gut could be related to Parkinson's Disease. This also shows a new possible treatment.

Mike Pence Campaigns In Depressed Rust Belt Town Of Johnstown, PA

Mind  6 December '16

How a Child's Brain Can Be Affected Due to Lack of Sleep

Here's one more reason to make sure your kids are getting enough sleep.

Ayer’s Cliff Health Co-op

Health/Nutrition  5 December '16

Ayer’s Cliff Health Co-op: What Prevents It From Growing?

Opened last April 2015 in Ayer’s Cliff, the management and staff of the health co-op, worried its services might be affected if it does not find a part-time physician to work at its clinic.

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

Health/Nutrition  5 December '16

Stroke treatment: A life disaster

The treatment that can prevent disability due to stroke is being missed by the 9000 patients every year.

Remote Area Medical Treats Patients In Underserved Communities In Florida

Health/Nutrition  5 December '16

NHS Hanging On A Thread, Might Throw The Prison Service Into Crisis

NHS hospitals and social care services risk following the prison service, and falling into a crisis from which it is hard to recover

Step It Up For Gender Equality Celebrates The 20th Anniversary Of The Fourth World Conference On Women In Beijing

Health/Nutrition  5 December '16

Next Goal For Women Equality Party: Fighting For Health Equality

Constructions of masculinity and femininity shape the nature of our socioeconomic status, and exacerbate differences in our health and wellbeing.

Prada Presents 'Past Forward' By David O. Russell Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals

News  4 December '16

Health And Fitness Top On Mandy Moore's Priority List: Star Opens Up In Interview

Mandy Moore looks forward to have kids in a couple of years and is taking very good care of her self.

As Donald Trump Wins Presidency, Country Reacts

Health/Nutrition  4 December '16

Myths Associated With Outdoor Play, Discredited By Science

Children should not stay indoors in fright of getting a cold, scientific studies suggest.

Extreme Heat Grips New York City

Health  4 December '16

Study Reveals Sleepovers Damage Children Brains

New brain scans reveal sleep deprivation damages children's brains more than previously thought.

Vigil Held For Nine-Year Old Jamyla Bolden Shot By Stray Bullet While Doing Homework

Health/Nutrition  4 December '16

Recessive Gene Mutations Could Beget Debilitating Neurological Issues In Children

Researchers have linked a debilitating neurological disease in children to mutations in a gene that regulates neuronal development through control of protein movement within neuronal cells.

Best Christmas Gifts

Health/Nutrition  4 December '16

The Best Christmas Gifts: Health And Wellness Gadgets

Chistmas is here.Along with it are some new innovations that promote health and wellness are perfect gift ideas for Christmas.

Circumin Beyond A Mere Antidepressant

Medicine  3 December '16

Testifying Curcumin Beyond Just An Antidepressant

Many people nowadays, especially mature ones, are experiencing atypical depression caused by stress, unhealthy lifestyle and not having proper medication to prevent serious diseases. But some of them are sticking with food supplements that have an antioxidant to reduce the risk of illness and depression and to stabilize immunity. Those are needed for the body to fight foreign bodies. However, their phytochemicals are not enough for the body and may lead to more severe side effects. Emily Deans M.D. stated at Psychology Today about food supplements that are not advisable for curing depression and other illnesses. But she proposed Curcumin as an antidepressant, though it’s still skeptical and its phytochemicals need further examination.

New AIDS Memorial In NYC Draws Visitors On World AIDS Day

Body  3 December '16

Developmental Processes Are Incomplete Without The Betterment Of Children From Key Populations

Parents from key population countries hesitate to put their children names in health care, think they might be taken away from them.

Cancer Images

Health/Nutrition  2 December '16

Scientists Find New Device To Check On Roaming Cancer Cells In The Body

This new tool would help track cancer cells and their activities in the body.

Rally At New York's City Hall Celebrates Public Breastfeeding Law

Postpartum  2 December '16

Why Skin Contact Between Babies And Mothers Is Useful In Breastfeeding

The baby is most active in the first hour of birth, scientists suggest the golden hour helps in breastfeeding.

2016 New York Taste Presented By Citi Hosted By New York Magazine

Health/Nutrition  1 December '16

Want To Lose Fat? Try Cutting Down Calories Systematically Through Some Control Tips

Keeping an exact diary of your food intake is the best way to calculate your calories, but the next best thing is exercising some portion control.

L'Eden By Perrier-Jouet Opening Night In Partnership With Vanity Fair

Health/Nutrition  1 December '16

Wine Consumption And Its Impact, All Bad? Not Quite

One or two glasses of wine per day could protect you from stroke, says study

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