Tag : health

Democratic National Convention: Day Two

Pregnancy  19 August '16

Hyde Agreement No More: Democrats Call For Repeal Of Ban On Federal Funding Of Abortion

On the 2016 Democratic National Convention, the Democrats announced their stance on abortion that the procedure must be covered by Medicaid to lessen the financial burden on women who want to undergo the operation.

Pilgrims Celebrate Ascension At Birkenstein

Family ♥ Story  19 August '16

How Your Parents Age Can Determine Your Life Span

Children with longer-lived parents are less likely to die from a heart disease, according to a recent study.

NZ Federal Budget Expected To Reveal Surplus And New Spending

Medicine  16 August '16

Will Your Prescription Drugs Still be Covered Next Year?

Large prescription insurers are taking a lot of drugs off of their list.

Berlin Hemp Parade 2016

Behavior  16 August '16

Teens Who Use Marijuana are More Likely to Experience Psychotic Symptoms' Research Says

Teens, especially males, may feel the adverse effects of drug use even after a year of not using them.

Schoolchildren Still Lured To Traditional Unhealthy Diet Options

Nutrition  16 August '16

Parents Must Take Care Of Their Children's Heart Before It Becomes Unhealthy, Study Says

Parents must prepare a healthy diet for their children and ensure 60 minutes of activity a day to keep their kids' hearts healthy throughout their lives.

Miami Neighborhood Battles Outbreak Of Zika Virus

Body  15 August '16

Zika Update: Experts Now Focusing on Its Sexual Transmission

A talk was recently held in New York regarding the dangers of sexually transmitted Zika.

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.

Josie Gibson Launches Her New Diet Website 'Slimmables'

Body  15 August '16

Body Shaming and The Struggle With Body Image: Never Think You are Not Good Enough

A lot of people these days are too focused on their body image and it's stressing them out.

'The BFG' - Red Carpet Arrivals - The 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival

News  13 August '16

Blake LIvely and Anne Hathaway Up Against 'Post-Pregnancy Slim Down Pressure"

Blake Lively and Anne Hathaway are leading the way for mothers all around the world.

Saving Children's Lives One Heart At A Time

Health/Nutrition  13 August '16

'Half a Heart Henry' of Children in Need Told his Parents He Knew He was Going to Die

Despite Henry's condition, this is still one of the most heartbreaking things a parent can ever hear especially coming from their own child.

Bureau Of Engraving And Printing Prints New Anti-Counterfeit 100 Dollar Bills

Family Life  13 August '16

How Does an Alleged Fraudster Raise His Kid? "Money is King"

Alleged frarudster Philip Esformes is said to expose his youngest son to the "lifestyle of a rockstar."

Germany Debates Expanding Parental Leave Credit: Sean Gallup / Staff

Development  13 August '16

Parenting Tips: Being Fearless Is An Answer For Effective Parenting, Experts Suggest

Letting go of fear is one of the things that you must do when you finally become a parent. Know its advantages today.

Athletics Previews - Olympics: Day 5

Body  11 August '16

A Healthy Amount of Exercise Can Reduce the Risk of These Five Potentially Deadly Diseases

Researchers have found that about 3,000 to 4,000 METs of exercise per week can help reduce the risk of contracting various diseases.

Hillary Clinton Campaigns Across Florida

Body  11 August '16

Zika Outbreak Reported in Florida: How Did it Get There in the First Place?

A pregnant sufferer of Zika has reported authorities regarding its presence in Florida.

Bloomberg's Ban On Large Sodas Debated In Court, As New Report Details Diabetes Deaths In City At A High

Mind  11 August '16

Being Overweight Can Cause a Decrease in Brain Volume and Rapid Brain Aging Cognitive Function Affected?

Researchers have recently found that people who are obese or overweight have a decreased volume of white matter in their brains.

Mobile Health Unit Visits Suburban Chicago

Health  11 August '16

Kids Safety: Expanding Bead Toys Can Lead To Ear Injuries In Children, New Report Says

Toys can be a potential cause of harm for children.

World Health Organisation Calls For Regulation Of Ecigarettes

Health/Nutrition  9 August '16

Ohio State University Conducts E-Cigarette Studies For FDA

Sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and National Cancer Institute, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center- James is conducting two studies to determine the toxicity of e-cigarettes.

Children's Phila Hosts Event To Fund Cure For Sickle Cell Disease

Health/Nutrition  8 August '16

Study Says African-Americans With Sickle Cell Trait Are Not More Likely To Die

A new research discovered that there is no elevated risk of death among African-Americans with sickle cell trait as was previously found by two earlier studies.

Apple Introduces New Products

Fun & Games  8 August '16

Apple Watch 2 Official Release Date; What To Expect On Apple Inc.’s New Smartwatch

The latest on Apple Watch 2 is here. Know the release date and what to expect from this new product.

Winter Blues Beckon As Daylight Hours Foreshorten

Health/Nutrition  5 August '16

What Causes Depression? A New Study May Have Found The Answer In Human Genome

A new research studied nearly 460,000 subjects and; among the depressive participants, they found fifteen irregularities located in parts of the genome that control the workings of the brain.

Miami Neighborhood Battles Outbreak Of Zika Virus

Health/Nutrition  5 August '16

Zika Virus Outbreak Threatens Florida's Billion Tourism Industry

Florida's tourism industry is set to face declining number of visitors because the first reports of the Zika virus in the United States happened in the state.

State Pension Crisis Dominates Political Agenda

Medicine  4 August '16

Health Care: Few Seniors Are Going Online For Their Medical Needs, Study Says

According to a study, disappointing single-digit figures of seniors go online to access health care services. Doctors find it as a waste of the advances in convenience, efficiency and affordability that online health care can offer to seniors.

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