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Stem Cell Therapy: The Key To Multiple Sclerosis, Details Inside
As the number of the suspected possible treatment for multiple sclerosis keeps on rising, how essential and effective is the stem cell therapy for the auto-immune disease? What’s with stem cell that experts have considered this treatment as the cure for the disease? Find out what health professionals have to say
Find Out Why Connecticut’s Protein Sciences Corp Is Making Its Waves On Zika Vaccine, Can They Finally Hold The Answer To The Problem?
Considering the continuous quest of scientists in looking for the right amount of solution to the long dreaded Zika virus, can Connecticut’s Protein Sciences Corp finally hold the key in putting a stop to the problem? Find out what health experts have to say
Peanut Based Foods Good For Babies, Study Shows
Babies early on should be protected from allergies. Peanut based foods are good for babies, a study shows, to protect them from allergy.
Everything You Have To Know About Why Zika Virus Will Not Likely Take Place In The US As Revealed By Health Experts, Details Inside
With the Zika virus starting to become a global pandemic disease, how did a number of health experts come up with their conclusion that Zika outbreak is not likely to take place in the US? Does it mean that the country will ever be safe from the said disease? Here’s what health authorities have to reveal
Teen Drug And Alcohol Use Are Down, Surveys Claim
Drugs and alcohol use of teenagers are down, according to a survey. The "2016 Monitoring the Future" survey showed a continuing decline in the use of illicit substances — marijuana, alcohol and tobacco — and misuse of prescription drugs among teens.