Chronic Wasting Disease: You Might Want To Slow Down With Deer Hunting, Here's Why
As Gun Deer Hunting Season Has Once Again Been Opened Last Saturday, Experts Had Warned The Public To Be Cautious Of The Chronic Wasting Disease, But, Is This Another Disease We Have To Be Alarmed Of?
Long Term Relationships May Decrease The Urge For Sex To Women, How Is That Possible?
As Female Sexual Function Is Being Considered As An Important Part Of A Woman’s Overall Well Being, Can The Changes In A Woman’s Relationship Status Also Create Impact To Her Sex Life?
Sleep Apnea Can Lead To A More Deadlier Cancer, Study Finds
With The Growing Number of Sleep Apnea Patients, Experts Revealed That This Sleep Disorder May Actually Lead To An Even Deadlier Type Of Cancer, Find Out How
The HIV Stigma: Ahead of HIV Awareness Day, Experts Have Revealed The Possible Cure For The Virus To Stop The Undying Stigma
Ahead Of HIV Awareness Day, Is It Still Possible To Put An End To The Undying And Worsening Conditions Of The HIV Stigma? Find Out What Authorities Have To Say
Better Stop Worrying Or Else; Study Finds Pessimists Are Likely To Die Because of Heart Problems
In A Test Conducted, The So-Called ‘Glass Half Empty’ Attitude Can Potentially Increase The Risk Of Developing Heart Problems, But What Are The Chances Of This Test In Being Accurate?
Charlotte Air Quality Worsens Due to Raging Wildfires
North Carolina mountains are experiencing uncontrolled wildfires are burning. Firefighters have been working religiously, but the effects take a toll on the residents since air quality is now greatly at risk.
Mother’s Allergy During Pregnancy Linked To Autism And ADHD?
With The Persistence Of Allergies, Can A Mother’s Allergy Cause Adverse Health Problems Than The Usual? Are There Underlying Health Effects Of It?
MIT Researchers Invented Long-Acting Drug For Possible Malaria, HIV, TB Cure
The drug stays in the stomach for up to two weeks after intake. The pill could be used for possible treatment of Alzheimer's disease and mental illnesses to HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
Groundbreaking Discovery: Is The Cure For HIV Finally Here? Find Out What Recent Study Says
With The Rising Number Of HIV Positive Patients, Can This So-Called Groundbreaking HIV Antibody Be Finally Considered As The Cure That Everyone’s Been Waiting For?
Patients Cry Foul Over Emergency Room 'Surprise' Bills
Patients in the U.S. are slapped with 'surprise' Emergency Room bills. The charges appear during a treatment at a hospital that's in the patient's insurance network but the hospital has hired doctors who are independent contractors who choose not to be part of that network. 22 patients have already claimed to have experience the same thing.
November 16 Is World COPD Day
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is the fourth leading cause of death worldwide. About 30 million Indians suffer from COPD.
Children's Lack Of Sleep Can Be Linked To The Use Of Electronic Gadgets, Study Suggests
In This Highly Modernized Age, Adults And Kids In Particular Spend Most Of Their Time Facing Their Smartphones And Tablets, Can It Also Be Blamed For Children's Sleep Deprivation?
Sense Of Smell May Be Associated In Recognizing The Signs Of Alzheimer’s Disease, Study Finds
How Possible Can It Be To Use A Person’s Sense Of Smell In Detecting The Risks Of Alzheimer’s Disease? Is It Accurate? Find Out What Experts Have To Say
The Use Of Common Drugs For Heartburn Now Linked To Developing Stroke, Study Finds
The Use Of Heartburn Drugs Can Contribute To A Person’s Stroke, But What Are The Chances Of Developing The Disease If A Person Takes It Occasionally?