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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
Marijuana In Space: What's The Link? The Details, Inside
With the legalization of marijuana use in some states of the US, is it also a significant substance when used in space? How essential can it it get in terms of space missions? Here's what authorities have to say
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
Mortality Rate Update: Your Location Might Just Tell How You’ll Die, How Is That Possible?
Considering the different causes of death of every mortality cases, does a person’s location play a great role in determining how he is likely to die? How accurate can it be? The details, inside
Ice Bucket Challenge: All For ALS Awareness, NCAA Honors The Man Who Started It All
With the swift rise to fame of the ‘ice bucket challenge’ how essential is the simple act of pouring a bucket of ice over one’s head? Find out as NCAA pays tribute to the man who served as an inspiration for this campaign
HIV And Alzheimer’s Disease Will Soon Be The Same, But How Is That Possible?
With the growing cases of HIV and Alzheimer’s cases across the globe, how can the two diseases be the same and how are they associated with each other? Find out what health experts have to say
Oh No! New York College Declares Mumps Outbreak! Does It Mean That The Disease Will Soon Be Pandemic?
Is the mumps virus becoming pandemic in New York? What's the reason behind the declaration of the mumps outbreak in a certain college in New Paltz, New York? Find out what health experts have to say
Death Rates From Breast Cancer Patients Dramatically Decreases, Is ‘The Cure’ Finally Found?
With the ongoing decline of breast cancer mortality rates across the globe, does it imply that the cure has finally been discovered? Are there certain limitations of using the ‘wonder drug’ that lessens the virus? Find out what experts have to say
Everything You Have To Know About Seasonal Affective Disorder, Who Knows, You Might Just Have It Now
With the winter season and the holiday season coinciding together, how would you know if you’re not just fit for the winter or you already have the Seasonal Affective Disorder? What are the implications if you have this? Is it fatal?
HIV Vaccine That Holds A Promise Of Cure To Be Conducted By Canadian Scientists, Is There A Catch?
As the quest for the HIV cure continues, Canadian scientists are set to conduct a clinical trial to 600 volunteers; will this finally give light to the growing number of cases of HIV disease? Find out what experts have to say
Take A Deep Breath And Let It Go: Scientists Discovered That Good And Deep Breathing Through The Nose Can Boost Memory
How can a simple act of deep breathing help in improving one’s memory and sharpen one’s mind? Are there underlying steps that you need to do first in achieving this kind of health benefit? Find out what experts have to say.