Americans Spend More On Healthcare Than Anyone In The World
According to a study, the three most expensive diseases for 2013 are diabetes, the most common form of heart disease, and back and neck pain. By 2020, it has been predicted that one-fift of the US economy will go to healthcare.
Oxidative Stress And Multiple Sclerosis: What's The Link Between The Two? The Details, Inside
With the emergence of multiple sclerosis being put on record this year, how does oxidative stress contribute to it's prevalence? Can this be considered as one of the culprits of the said disease? Here's what experts have to say
Researchers Suggest New Method To Destroy HIV
Is there such thing a drug that can slow down HIV? If so, considering the fact that there the virus indeed rapidly spreading, how slow can the new methos discovered by researchers be efficient in the search for finding the cure for the disease? Find out what health experts have to say
Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva: What It's Like To Live With Second Skeleton?
With the emergence of unusual health cases recorded this year, is Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva any different from the rest? If so, how strange is it ? Does this mean a huge concern for the human race about this rare case is impending? Here's what experts have to say
Bad Health Ideas To Forget In 2017
Due to the complex nature of science, it's common for misinformation to get around, leading people to believe in bad health ideas. Here are 7 of the most common health myths people should forget this 2017.
Science And Health News That Are Overshadowed in 2016
This year has been filled with dozens of significant science and health news. However, some amazing breakthroughs have not been given enough media attention.
Ebola Cure Finally Discovered: Is There A Catch?
Considering the fact that Ebola has been a dreaded disease since its emergence, how accurate are the recent claims that the breakthrough cure for the said disease has finally been discovered? Find out what health authorities have to say
The Double Jeopardy: HIV And Heart Attack, What's The Link? The Details; Inside
With the continuous growth of HIV cases, what does heart attack have to do with it? Does it contribute to HIV or it's another problem that adds up to the burden of HIV patients? What's the truth behind claims saying that HIV patients are prone to heart attack? Here's what health experts have to say
Dyslexia Is More Than Just A Reading Disability; Details Inside
Considering that dyslexia is usually an overlooked disability, are there underlying health hazards that this disorder may bring? What's the truth behind claims that it's more than a reading disability? If so, can it still be cured? Here's what experts have to say
Here's Why Having Regular Sex Can Make You Resistant To Infection
Does having a regular routine of sex increase a person's resistance to infection? How can sex protect an individual in terms of infection? Here's what health experts have to say
Finally, Nature's Answer To HIV: Bee Venom
With HIV being notorious as a long dreaded disease, is the solution found in nature all along? What's the truth behind claims that a particular bee's venom can put an end to HIV? Find out what health experts have to say
New Study Shows Visiting A Female Doctor Decreases Likelihood Of Health Complications And Death
Elderly patients who visit a female doctor are said to be less likely to die prematurely or be re-admitted to the hospital for serious health complications.
What It’s Like To Live With HIV At 35: Research Says Youth Doesn’t Care Anymore
With the growing cases of HIV infected persons being recorded each year, what’s it really like to live with AIDS at such a young age? Is there still a way to stop the undying stigma? What does it take to make more people become aware of the real condition? Here’s what health experts have to say
Angelina Jolie Mastectomies Caused A Huge Increase In Breast Cancer Tests; Details Inside
Can a popular artist’s mastectomies cause a massive panic? But how? Does it really prove that no matter how well-informed a person is, when a famous celebrity like Angelina Jolie undergoes mastectomy test, can still go awry?
Urine Test Used To Check On Possible Signs Of Alzheimer’s Disease
With the continuous growth of dementia cases being recorded every year, the cure is still yet to be discovered, but how can a basic urine test be helpful in early detection of Alzheimer’s disease? Could this kidney test pave the way for the long awaited cure? Here’s what experts have to say