A recent report titled “Managing Your Cholesterol” and published by the Harvard Special Health Report reveals how the human body produces the famed cholesterols and the kinds of cholesterols that impact the human body and health.
Evanger’s Dog & Cat Food Co. has willingly recalled several batches of Hunk of Beef dog food after several dogs were sickened by the product and one died in Washington State on New Year’s Eve. The owner of the dead dog, Nikki Mael, owned three other dogs which all ate the food, but these recovered after emergency veterinary treatment.
A furious mom and pre-kindergarten teacher at the Carrboro Early School is seeking for ways to file criminal charges against another woman who breastfed her three-month-old baby against her advice at the school’s daycare center.
Health officials West Virginia have concluded plans to distribute over 8,000 opioid antidote kits to emergency medical personnel and other first responders in order to reduce deaths associated with opioid overdose in the state. The drug Naloxone is the opioid antidote of choice.
A team of researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has published a report in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine suggesting that women who are obese, overweight or above the age of 37 could harm their chances of getting pregnant if they lift heavy loads or work nightshifts.
Scientists from the Natural History Museum in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe have discovered the Arthroleptis troglodytes, a rare frog otherwise known as the “cave squeaker frog” in the Chimanimani Mountains of Zimbabwe 54 years after it was first discovered in the same location.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs in South Korea has on Monday confirmed the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease among cows on a dairy farm 180 km southeast of capital Seoul.
A team of University Veterinary Specialists (UVS) in Pittsburgh on Saturday night performed a successful operation on a 10-month-old puppy dog and removed a 5-inch metal rod lodged inside its eyes and through its head.
Bizarre may be an understatement, but a team of medical doctors have removed a live cockroach from inside the skull of a 42-year-old woman in Chennai, India. Identified only as Selvi, the woman suddenly reported a tingling and crawling sensation inside her nostrils and under the bridge of her nose in-between her eyes in the middle of the night before rushing off to the hospital where the live cockroach was removed.
Women and reproductive rights activists are calling for mass protests and crying foul after Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson signed a bill which legally prohibits second-trimester abortions into law in the state. The bill was signed was signed into law on January 26 and it could become effective by early spring.
Space enthusiasts and NASA have always wondered why NASA would scrap the Space Shuttle program when it was yet to find a replacement launch vehicle for space exploration. But NASA instructor and flight controller, Robert Frost, took his time to explain the rationale behind the development on a popular question-and-answer online forum among other related issues.
Following President Donald Trump’s recent executive order banning immigration, a four-month-old Iranian girl requiring open heart surgery at OHSU has been turned back and unable to enter the United States where she’s scheduled for surgical appointment on February 5.