After cucumber havoc Chipotle linked to Minnesota salmonella outbreak

Results of investigations have forced health officials in Minnesota to suspect that the salmonella outbreak responsible for infecting a minimum of 45 people is...

Brain-to-Brain communication successfully test to play 20 Questions game

During a recent experiment, researchers at the University of Washington used direct brain-to-brain connection for enabling a group of individuals play a question and...

Same-Sex Couple Denied Funeral Due to Gay Marriage

Julion Evans of Tampa, Florida died last month of amyloidosis at the tender age of 42. The congregation of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church of...

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...

FDA approves Repatha for patients unable get to LDL cholesterol under control

Repatha, a cholesterol lowering drug by Amgen Inc, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This gives birth to a rivalry between...

WEN hair care products accused of causing serious hair fall

The popular celebrity-endorsed hair care product range WEN has been found to cause severe scalp damage and hair fall in women. More than 200...

CPR App helps cardiac arrest victims (+video)

A CPR app is undergoing development and crowdsourcing efforts in a move to create some excitement behind mobile technology that could save lives. The...

Rates of chronological aging vary from biological aging, says study

A study conducted on people born within one year of each other has revealed that there’s a huge difference in the rates at which...

Chikungunya mosquito virus affects two people in New Hampshire

In Concord, New Hampshire, public health officials have noted today that mosquitoes carrying a virus called Chikungunya have arrived with two confirmed cases. The virus,...

Poison ivy’s urushiol oil gives the itch, prevention is easy

When it comes to poison ivy the summertime is when cases often swell up and become more common, just like the rash appears more...

Brain-wave system allows a paralyzed man walk again

A 26-year-old guy who had both his legs paralyzed has regained his ability to walk using a specially crafted brain-wave system and a harness...

Coca Cola after one hour effect infographics gone viral

Since a long time, we know that Coca-Cola or any other aerated drink is not the healthiest beverage we consume. However, we keep on...

Omega 3 supplements not effective on older persons with AMD

Findings of a newly published study are suggesting that taking omega 3 supplements or fish oil tablets doesn’t protect older people against cognitive decline. Since...

New MS drug will cut relapses by almost 50%

A new drug formulated for treating patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) is capable of cutting down relapses by nearly 50% more than what the existing...

An individual’s sex has nothing to do with his or her brain

Findings of a new study have forced scientists to conclude that there’s no significant difference between male and female brains. The study showed that...

Alzheimers Disease Patients Cannot Be Sued, Says California Supreme Court

Today, the California Supreme Court ruled that Alzheimers disease patients cannot be sued in the event that a private caregiver is injured while on...

Zika Virus Causes Birth Defects, CDC Health Officials Confirm

After months of debate about the connection between Zika virus and birth defects called microcephaly, Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

FDA halts Reynolds Americans four cigarette brands including camel crush bold

Latest FDA News suggests that the second largest tobacco company of America is in trouble. According to an order issued by the Food and...

Super Computer Watson will help treat 10,000 veterans suffering from Cancer

IBM is donating its Watson super computers to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to analyze the genomes of 10,000 cancer patients. The gift was...

New HIV prevention pill producing encouraging results

According to findings of two recently conducted studies, a pill meant for preventing HIV infections in high-risk population seems to be delivering desired results....

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