Alzheimer’s depression comes first, memory loss afterwards

Loss of memory usually happens over a period of time. People who tend to be on the way of developing Alzheimer's may show early...

FDA approves Maestro an obesity control device that uses VBLOC technology

Obesity, a problem that keeps on troubling the globe and the continuous search for better solutions are always on. As a part of this...

Hepatitis C Virus’s widespread screening may not be completely beneficial: reveals research

Hepatitis C, caused by Hepatitis C virus is considered as a serious health threat worldwide. To prevent untimely deaths caused by this liver disease...

12% of patients taking aspirin unnecessarily for heart attack prevention

A new study reveals that many Americans prefer using low dose of Aspirin daily with the expectation that it would reduce the risk of...

Many Chronic Pain sufferers in America receive improper treatment

About 31 percent of the total population in America; almost 100 million people are subjected to chronic pain. National Institute of Health (NIH) has recently...

Brain Scans enhances human brain’s cognitive understanding in health and disease

Medical science is coming a long way fast. Most-recently, some interesting progress has been made in the area of brain scans, and how they...

Scientists inch closer to creating human life with artificial human eggs and sperm

Researchers and scientists have accomplished something now that could vastly change the way the future years are looked at through the eyes of reproduction....

England could see changes in ambulance wait time

ENGLAND – Ambulance wait times could be seeing a change of pace in England as plans were leaked to increase wait time for “Red...

Dr. Oz or America’s doctor medical advice is inaccurate or fake, study says

Great Britain – Dr. Oz might be giving bogus medical advice, according to a recent study. The daytime talk show host who has won...

Ability to balance on one leg linked to strokes and dementia

Scientists have linked a person’s ability, or inability to balance on one leg for periods of 20-seconds or longer to strokes and dementia in...

Cytisine more effective in nicotine replacement therapy, natural, inexpensive, and cheap

For those who are looking to quit smoking, and are looking for a less expensive method to quit – a recent study has found...

Lose weight to breathe more, or breathe more to lose weight

In the Christmas issue of BNJ magazine, a study conducted by researchers at the University of New South Wales in Australia shows that a...

Yumanity Therapeutics launched to challenge neurodegenerative diseases

Yumanity Therapeutics has officially been launched by Dr. Tony Coles, who is world-renowned in the biotech industry. The goal of the company is to...

It’s Official Now: Men are dumb, proves new study

Now, something other than gossip supports the old children’s joke that men are from Mars, and women are from Venus. This common illustration of...

Breast cancer patients receiving unnecessary radiation in the US

Breast cancer patients may be getting more radiation than they need, according to new studies. The studies suggest that a shorter course of radiation...

Researchers develop supplements that improve eyesight effectively

It is proven that foods replete with Vitamin A have a heavy dose of carotenoids, specifically beta-carotene. Carotenoids are phytochemicals that give plant-based fruits...

Malaria averted 4.3 million deaths in between 2001-2013, says WHO

The malaria disease is a widespread endemic that is caused by the spread of minatory parasites from mosquitos to humans through infectious mosquito bites....

Pfitzer joins Spark Therapeutics in gene therapy to stop Hemophilia

Scientists’ recent experiments on gene therapy are promising, especially since this has been in the works for over 20 years. These new studies are...

Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Nivolumab can cure Hodgkin’s Lymphomia

Hodgkin's lymphomia is a cancer of the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a part of the immune system. It is a series of...

Albert Einstein online papers exposes the ordinary side of Extraordinary Scientist

sortedAlbert Einstein left nearly 80,000 documents after his passing, and they were all given to the Princeton University Press, and the Hebrew University of...

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