Study finds dishwashers raise allergy and asthma risk in kids

A new study has found that there might be more weight lent to the notion that families who use dishwashers raise their kids allergy...

While LGBT community makes social leaps, Apple ResearchKit will help on medical issues

The social status of people belonging to the LGBT community today is much different from what it was even a few decades back. Today,...

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,...

Ramadan breakfast ‘Suhoor’ ideas for getting through a day’s fast

We are into the final week of the month of Ramadan. This is the time of the year when the observant Muslims stay away...

Are you CREATIVE? Chances of you being Schizophrenic are high, says study

For years, people have generically pointed out that to be great at something, or to be incredibly creative – there had to be something...

FDA approves flibanserin aka Female Viagra to boost sexual desire in premenopausal women

What FDA scientists are calling 'Female Viagra' has finally received the green light that it has been waiting for. To this point, it has...

Cell Phone GPS can help in identifying depressive symptom severity

Today, the majority of the people can’t think of life without cell phones. This has forced researchers to carry out studies to comprehend what...

Peaches Recalled Due to Listeria Contamination

A Cutler, California packing company is now recalling a combination of peaches, plots, and plums, and nectarines due to listeria. The Wawona Packing Company of...

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...

Painkillers and homicide connected in study

Painkillers and homicide have been connected in a study, but not in a positive way. Swedish and Finnish researchers have found that there is...

CDC reports 229% increase in synthetic cannabis poisoning in 2015

Synthetic cannabinoids such as K2, Spice, etc. are marketed as legal and safe alternatives to cannabis or marijuana. However, according to data presented by...

Adolescents using e-cigarettes are more likely to take up smoking: Study

A new study, which had nearly 2,100 high school students of California as participants, has found that one-fourth of them have vaped i.e. tried...

Indianapolis cancer patient becomes youngest sheriff in America

Today Wyatt Schmaltz becomes the youngest sheriff in America at just three years old. The event transpired in Indianapolis at Indiana University's Riley Hospital...

Sierra Leone VP under self-imposed 21 day Ebola quarantine

Sierra Leone is growing new concern about the Ebola outbreak, as Vice President Samuel Sam-Sumana elected to place himself under a 21-day quarantine following...

WHO points to 1.1 billion people at risk for hearing loss

The World Health Organization has pointed out an alarming risk for those who might be concerned about losing parts, or all of their hearing....

AIDS vaccine closer than previously imagined

An AIDS vaccine might be closer than what scientists and medical professionals had previously believed. A new approach, which formed a compound that has...

EWG Action Fund finds asbestos fiber in kid’s crayons and detective toys

According to a recently released report, multiple brands of toy detective kits and crayons have tested positive for the cancer-causing component called asbestos. The...

LOVE &HATE for E-cigarettes growing simultaneously, says ASH

E-Cigarettes have existed for a number of years now. Initially, they looked like a fad that would quickly flame out as time went on....

Ebola fades and Liberian schools reopen

Ebola is weakening its hold on Liberia and now schools are beginning to reopen, according to reports out of the region. Liberia was one...

Each child with autism is like a snowflake- unique from the other, says study

A recent research reveals that most siblings who suffer from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) carry different genes that are linked to the disorder. This...

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