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Elderly Homes As Catalunya Suspends Social Service Payments

People with Alzheimer's May Have Higher Levels Of Bacteria In their Brains, New Study Claimed

Jul 20, 2017 05:15 PM EDT

A latest study suggested that people who have Alzheimer's disease may have higher levels of bacteria in their brains compared to those who do not have the condition.

A woman checks her smart phone during Arroyo Seco Weekend at the Brookside Golf Course at on June 24, 2017 in Pasadena, California.

Smartphone Lights Can Disrupt Functions Of Brain & Body, One Study Claimed

Jul 18, 2017 07:28 AM EDT

A study just confirmed and claimed that the blue light which is emitted by smartphones are dangerous to the functions of the brain and the body and this might cause health conditions in the future.

Japanese food ”Raw egg over rice”

Eating Raw Eggs Might Not Be Safe At All Times, FDA Warns

Jul 13, 2017 12:22 PM EDT

The FDA and CDC just warned that eating raw eggs may not be good for the health at all times since these might contain salmonella bacteria and these are detrimental to one's health.

Paracetamol tablets sit on a table on July 24, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.

Opana ER Voluntarily Withdraws Painkiller Because Of Drug Abuse

Jul 10, 2017 06:38 AM EDT

Opana ER is withdrawing opioid painkiller at the request of FDA to avoid drug abuse.

Violence and Grief Define Life In Honduran Capital

High Maternal Sugar Intake During Pregnancy Increases Risk Of Allergic Asthma In Children

Jul 06, 2017 05:41 PM EDT

A study claimed that consumption of high sugar during pregnancy will affect the offspring as the child might develop an allergy or allergic asthma later on.

General View Of Morrisons Supermarket

Eating Bananas Before Pregnancy Increases Chance Of Conceiving A Boy

Jul 06, 2017 05:23 PM EDT

A study proved that eating bananas before conception will increase the possibility that the mother will conceive a baby boy and the gender of the baby has something to do with the gender of the baby.

Registered nurse Susan Eager (R) teaches a diabetic patient how to draw her own insulin injections during a house call on March 26, 2012 in Denver, Colorado.

Type 2 Diabetes Patients With Obstructive Sleep Apnea At Higher Risk Of Advanced Retinopathy: Study

Jul 06, 2017 04:30 PM EDT

Diabetes is notorious for being the doorway to multiple diseases and now a study by the University of Birmingham has found that type 2 diabetes patients with obstructive sleep apnea may lose eyesight in less than four years.

Yemen facing an 'unprecedented' outbreak of cholera

Death Toll Continues To Rise In Yemen Due To Cholera Outbreak; WHO Cites Challenges In Giving Medical Aids

Jul 06, 2017 04:15 PM EDT

The death toll in Yemen continues to rise due to the outbreak of cholera and the World Health Organization cited some challenges regarding the giving of medical aids and interventions.

Raw chocolates are served during CBD For Life future of healing event held at the Alchemists Kitchen on April 19, 2017 in New York City.

Chocolate Can Boost Cognitive Function Within Hours Of Consumption, Latest Review Confirms

Jul 03, 2017 04:51 PM EDT

A latest study claimed that eating chocolates or cocoa flavanols can actually boost the cognitive function of a person along with some other health benefits.

People perform yoga to mark International Day of Yoga on June 21, 2015 in Seoul, South Korea. Milions of people worldwide took part in the first International Day of Yoga, which was declared by the Un

Yoga Causes Pain In 10% People Every Year, Finds New Study; Researcher Recommend Caution Before Practice

Jul 03, 2017 02:17 PM EDT

Yoga has been known to be a popular form of healing and wellness exercise but a new study has found that it caused musculoskeletal pain in 10 percent of the people who practiced it and therefore, recommends proper caution before doing yoga postures.

Publix First To Offer Free Antibiotics To Customers

Antibiotics Found Effective In Treating Simple Cases Of Skin Infections, Recent Study Confirms

Jun 30, 2017 03:24 PM EDT

A recent study just proved the effectiveness of antibiotics in treating simple cases of skin infections most particularly the ones which are caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria.

Microneedle patches for flu vaccination prove successful in first human clinical trial

Researchers Develop Painless Vaccine Skin Patch With Microneedles To Increase Number Of People Who Get Vaccinated

Jun 28, 2017 05:36 PM EDT

A group of researchers just developed and invented a painless and new vaccine skin patch containing microscopic needles and this can increase the number of adults getting vaccinated each year.

Muslim men break fast with Iftar at the East London Mosque on the last day of Ramadan on August 7, 2013 in London, England.

Eating Consciously Is The Key To Staying Healthy After Ramadan Fast, Say Health Experts

Jun 27, 2017 05:16 AM EDT

The month-long Ramadan fast is coming to a close this week with Eid marking the day of feasting but health experts say that one should eat consciously after such a long fasting period in order to stay healthy.

Vitamin Sales Go Up As Consumers Struggle With Cost Of Health Care

Taking High Doses Of Vitamin D Supplements Could Be Dangerous, Recent Study Confirmed

Jun 25, 2017 03:46 AM EDT

A latest study just confirmed that people who take high doses of vitamin D will suffer some health problems like fractures, hardening of soft tissues, and high levels of calcium in the blood.

Daniel Rose, chef/owner of SPRING restaurant Paris and La Bourse et La Vie prepares steamed black cod

Steaming Fish More Effective In Eliminating Cyanotoxin Than Boiling, Says Study

Jun 21, 2017 05:07 PM EDT

A recent study has found that steaming freshwater fish is more effective in reducing cyanotoxin than boiling it and the biotoxins also get transferred to the water that is used in cooking.

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