The Importance of Folic Acid During Pregnancy

Daily Supplement For Women Is A Must: Expert Said From A Report

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) women who has no intake of folic acid have birth defects affect about 3% of babies born annually.

by Dante Noe Raquel II

Seasonal Speed Variation on Heimdal Glacier

Global Warming Might Change A Bit, New Icy Island Forms In The Arctic

As Coronation Glacier on Canada's Baffin Island retreats, it has left behind a new island. Scientist hopes it will not dissappear like the other island that merges after glacial retreat.

by Dante Noe Raquel II

Launch Of Fitbit Local Free Community Workouts In Los Angeles At The Santa Monica Pier

Chair Yoga For Osteoarthritis; How Effective?

Osteoarthritis happens to be the most common form of arthritis suffered by about 26 million adults aged 25 and above- according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

by Joana Verdeflor

Airplane Graveyard Becomes Unlikely Home For Impoverished Families In Thailand

Children Who Are Born Poor May Suffer Psychological Problems In Adult Life

Children exposed to poverty also exposes them to different levels of stress— this, according to a new study, suggests possibility of psychological problems in their adult life.

by Joana Verdeflor

Palestinian Children Visit The Beach For The First Time

Blue-Green Algae Can Be Used To Protect Skin From UV Light; Promises A New Breed Of Sunscreen In The Future

A new breed of sunscreen and anti-wrinkle treatments may just be on it way— as scientists have found a way to understand how blue-green algae protects itself from ultraviolet rays.

by Joana Verdeflor

NHS Healthcare Organisation Looks To The Future

Organ Transplants In The US Rises To 20 Percent In 5 Years

In the year 2016, organ transplant cases done in the United States reached its highest. According to collected data from United Network for Organ Sharing, this statistics have proven consistent for 4 years straight already.

by Joana Verdeflor

Do You Need To Clean Your Colon?

Colon Cleansing: Myth vs Science

“Cleaning out the colon is sometimes necessary— for example, before a medical procedure, such as a colonoscopy.”

by Dante Noe Raquel II

Foot of mother and baby lying on carpet

Would You Like To Pick A Baby's Gender Before They’re Even Conceived?

Strategies for getting pregnant and knowing once gender child of a particular sex have been around for centuries.

by Dante Noe Raquel II

How to Stop Snoring - Magical Remedy to Cure Sleep Apnea - Snoring remedies & Treatment

Did You Know Snoring Affects Or Link To Health Issue?

Most individuals have trouble falling asleep. But chronic sleep disorder and ongoing daytime fatigue could point to a more serious health issues.

by Dante Noe Raquel II

Alphorn Players Gather For Nendaz Festival

Vegan Woman Denied Of Swiss Citizenship Because Of Neighbors Annoyed By Her Views On Animal Rights

A Dutch national has been denied of her appiication for Swiss citizenship after having destroyed and insulted the values of the nationlas in her community and broadcasted them on media.

by Marion Villareal

Researchers Discover The Link Between Having Concussions And Being Diagnosed With Alzheimer's Disease

Researchers Discover The Link Between Having Concussions And Being Diagnosed With Alzheimer's Disease

There has been a study linking having a high risk of alzheimer's disease to having had a number of brain concussions growing up.

by Marion Villareal

Anne Frank Hideout Reconstruction Is Presented At Madame Tussauds Berlin

Excavation On A Nazi Concentration Camp Discovers Necklace That Links To The Late Anne Frank

During an excavation at the Nazi concentration camp in Poland, a necklace was discovered that was identical to te one that belonged to Anne Frank.

by Marion Villareal

Mother Gives Birth To A 14-Pound Baby After Expecting To Give Birth To Twins

Mother Gives Birth To A 14-Pound Baby After Expecting To Give Birth To Twins

A mother from Louisiana surprised to have given birth to 14-pound baby after initially expecting to have twins due to the size of her abdomen during pregnancy.

by Marion Villareal

Prostate Cancer: Black Men Are More Than Twice As Likely To Die From It

Prostate Cancer: Black Men Are More Than Twice As Likely To Die From It

One in four black men will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives, and 12 will die from the disease. Boxer David Haye, Olympian Linford Christie, Labour MP Chuka Umunna and poet Benjamin Zephaniah have joined forces to urge black men to talk about prostate cancer.

by Christie Abagon

California Embryo Bank Provides Donated Eggs For Stem Cell Research

Techno Music Effect: Repetitive Bass Line Could Help Test Tube Babies Grow

Techno music made eggs more likely to grow into embryos and much more likely to develop to the stage in which they could be implanted. Experts say that techno music's repetitive bass line increased the number of viable embryos by around five percent.

by Christie Abagon

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