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Tips for Choosing the Right Enrichment Class for Your Child

With the abundance of enrichment classes available, it is important that you choose the right one for your child. Not all enrichment classes provide...

Bodybuilding supplements overuse leads to eating disorder in men

Factors like poor body image and low-self esteem are forcing a large number of men to consume bodybuilding supplements available over-the-counter. Researchers are saying...

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...

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...

IBM Merge Healthcare $1bn merger will add eyes to Watson

In one of its biggest announcements in the recent past, tech biggie IBM has informed that it has agreed to pay the whopping sum...

Naked Labs’ fitness scanner measures your whole body in 3D

SAN FRANCISCO, April 14, 2016, Naked Labs, which is a Silicon Valley fitness tech startup, has unveiled the first 3D Fitness Tracker, which can...

Depressive symptoms are common in obstructive sleep apnea, CPAP therapy shows improvement

A study published in the September edition of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine is suggesting that people are suffering from obstructive sleep apnea...

Cigarettes linked to MORE than just lung cancer

Cigarettes cause more than just lung cancer according to new research conducted by members of the American Cancer Society. The study found that roughly...

Norovirus outbreak in Seattle sickens nearly 200

Around 200 people who were present at a catered party at an office building in downtown Seattle have fallen ill after being infected with...

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...

New study on DCIS diagnosis raises several questions on breast cancer

A recently published study on breast cancer might leave women more puzzled about the disease than ever before. The study was on DCIS or...

Playing Tetris weakens drugs, food and activity cravings in natural way

According to a new study published in the journal Addictive Behaviors, playing Tetris for three minutes can reduce one’s cravings for food, drugs, sleeping...

Inhaled Insulin: Everything you need to know

Afrezza is providing some diabetics with an alternative to injections. The fast acting insulin is inhaled and absorbed more quickly into the bloodstream by...

Breast cancer rates among African American women increasing, American Cancer Society finds

According to data put forward by a new American Cancer Society report, the rate of occurrence of breast cancer among African-American women in the...

New study links Social Networking use to anxiety and poor sleep in teens

According to findings of a new study, the pressure of being available on social media 24/7 might increase teens’ risk of developing depression and...

Ebola Patient Now in Atlanta, Safely Transported to Emory Hospital Unit

Dr. Kent Brantly, just one of two missionaries infected with the Ebola virus, is now back in the United States. Dr. Brantly was transported to...

California Confirms West Nile Virus Deaths

There are many consumers who enjoy the outdoors this time of year, but do not think about the risks associated with mosquitoes. It seems...

Measles outbreak raises concerns about vaccines

Measles is undoubtedly one of the most talked about illnesses that have swept across mainstream American in the last several years. Unlike other recent...

Adolescent exercise participation reduces risk of cancer, CVD, and more

According to a new study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, exercising and playing team sports in adolescence might reap long-term...

Male and Female feel pain hypersensitivity through different immune cells

A new study recently published reveals just how important gender is in actually feeling pain. The study foudn that in trial sessions with mice,...

FDA approves Brain Port V100 to help blind people see using their tongue just...

Through a recently published press release, the United States Food & Drug Administration has confirmed that they have cleared a new assistive device designed...

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