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...

Yoga helps improve quality of life, says study

A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Sweden say that Yoga can bring about a drastic improvement in the quality of...

One dead, 12 sick as Listeria outbreak traced to Dole food facility

Health officials from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have traced an outbreak of Listeria to a Dole packaging facility in Springfield,...

Increased Antibiotic Resistance Is a Big Threat

According to numbers put up by a new report published in The Lancet, a 30% fall in the efficacy of antibiotics in the United...

Progesterone might not be helpful for women with history of miscarriages

Pregnant women with a history of miscarriages are often asked to have progesterone supplements. Doctors make such recommendations hoping that it will help those...

Smart insulin beats traditional insulin with 14 hours efficiency, says study

Scientists believe they might have found the next big breakthrough in medical technology. A team of scientists conducted a study which was published in...

Depression is directly proportional to heart failure, study says

Depression and heart failure are connected, a new study says, which was recently presented to the European Society of Cardiology. The study found that...

Adventurous eaters healthier than picky eaters, study finds

If you aren’t an adventurous eater – that could mean bad things for your overall health, a new study out of Cornell University suggests....

Breast cancer awareness: BayCare clinic teaches patients breast reconstruction law

The month of October has been designated as breast cancer awareness month in the United States and many other countries. It is a month...

Baby born with a major part of his brain missing celebrates his first birthday

Doctors didn’t expect Baby Jaxon Emmett, who was born with most of his skull and brain missing, to live. They, in fact, advised his...

People think getting tattoo is rebellious, ignore side effects of tattoo ink

A new study has found that tattoo ink can have longer lasting impacts that scientists or the general public had previously known. The study...

Scientists Grow Working Vocal Cords in Lab

We might soon see doctors using lab-grown vocal cord tissue capable of producing realistic sounds for combating voice loss or damaged voice. Scientists have...

Rise observed in the rate of double mastectomies among male breast cancer patients

A new study has revealed that today more male breast cancer patients are opting for double mastectomies, choosing to get even their unaffected breast...

Sean Parker donates $250 million to help cure cancer

Development of better and more effective cancer treatment received a fillip with a $250 million grant from Silicon Valley billionaire Sean Parker. It was...

Here’s an anti-aging drug that might allow you to live to 120 year

Scientists think that the common diabetes medication metformin might have great anti-aging effects, thought that are forcing them to begin a revolutionary human trial...

Amarin Corp. can market its fish oil Vascepa drug, Federal Court says to FDA

On Friday, a federal judge stated that the US FDA (Food & Drug Administration) cannot stop a drug’s truthful promotion for its unapproved uses....

Study Picks UK as the Best Place to Die

A Man is mortal, and it’s inevitable that each one of us will die one day. For the majority of us, the goal is...

CDC publishes report saying 37.7% American adults are obese; problem gets bigger

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published a report through its National Center for Health Statistics stating that 37.7% of...

NIH discovers smallpox vial in Maryland

Earlier this month, on July 1st, the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) scientists uncovered the smallpox virus in vials. The virus, marked as "variola",...

Home canned foods induces outbreak of botulism foodborne illness in Ohio

Both state and local health officials have identified potato salad prepared using home-canned potatoes as the primary cause of last week’s botulism outbreak in...

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