Health Text alerts service would save patients and country $770 million

A text message system that would integrate notifications regarding medication for patients would greatly reduce the cost of medicine – according to a new...

CDC warns that current flu vaccine won’t protect in 2014-2015

CDC officials are noting that this years’ flu vaccine might not be a good match for the virus that is circulating throughout the United...

Mediterranean diet can help reduce health disease, can it also reduce aging

The Mediterranean diet was developed in Western Europe along the borders of the Mediterranean Sea. Some of the countries that border the Mediterranean include,...

Nestle’s scientist developing tonic to become fit without excerise

Among the popular, new wave of food and health consciousness, old age presents a tense conflict of desire versus reality for the aging. ...

California serious about Ebola Doctors health, issues strong regulations

California is one of the first states in the United States to implement proper training, funding, and facility improvements to ensure that the hospitals...

Reunited: nurse and pet reunite in Texas, dog declared Ebola-free

Ebola has been making headlines since the virus started causing deaths in West Africa. As world citizens started traveling to other places such as...

Ebola nurse Amber Vinson discharged as Obama defends CDC’s Ebola rules

Ebola nurse Amber Vinson was discharged from the hospital after being declared free of the virus said on Tuesday that she is “so grateful...

Advanced Ebola screenings at US airports began Saturday

Advanced screening for the Ebola virus, which has killed more than 4,000 globally, but most precisely in the western parts of Africa, began Saturday...

US Military planes arrive at Ebola hot zone

The United States Military sent six planes, which arrived in Liberia today bringing the total number of American troops in the country to 300....

Bra Study Overturns Breast Cancer Risk Myth

A 1991 study said that pre-menopausal women who wear bras have a more increased risk of breast cancer than their non-bra-wearing counterparts. The reason...

E-cigarette criticisms pose risks that outweigh benefits, proponents claim

E-cigarettes have been proposed as a way by which smokers can be weaned from smoking real cigarettes that carry unusual amounts of toxins that...

Rising medical costs creating psychological damage, says new poll

Federally-mandated insurance for Americans was intended to help, but, unfortunately, it has done more harm than good – if a new poll is to...

Ebola vaccine injected into two womens, says National Institutes of Health

A new Ebola vaccine, tested on monkeys in its earliest trials, now finds itself being tested on humans. The National Institute of Health is on...

Lumpectomy better for cancer survival than double mastectomy

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) says that a lumpectomy is more helpful with breast cancer survival...

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Continues With China Elites

The ALS Ice Bucket challenge has done a lot of good in these past few days (as is the case every year) to raise...

Instant noodles increases the chances of heart attack and diabetes

A new study by health scientists at the Baylor University has indicted instant noodles as a culprit in cases of heart attacks, diabetes, and...

Nutritional experts say too much salt or too little salt is bad for you

Much against the wide understanding that too much salt is unhealthy and bad for your body, a new study in Canada challenges this age-long...

Michelle Obama needs to drop a few pounds of flesh

Dr. Keith Ablow, a psychiatry contributor on Fox News has advised America’s First Lady, Michelle Obama, to shed a few pounds of weight before...

Homosexual behavior listed as “chronic condition” on patient’s medical chart

Torrance Memorial Manhattan Beach office patient Matthew Moore is a self-professed homosexual man, but his visit to the network’s Manhattan office went smooth without...

Unknown virus attacks 14 infants in Kansas City

14 infants have come down with a rare virus disease that health authorities are still trying to isolate and classify. This viral infection appears...

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