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Archive for December, 2011 :


Flood Victims Undergo Trauma Counselling
December 31st, 2011

Flood victims in the southern part of the Philippines undergo trauma counseling to help them cope with their lose. But who debriefs the debriefers?


Drugging America is Big Business
December 31st, 2011

Between 1990 and 2010, US spending on prescription drugs rose from $40 billion to more than $230 billion annually.


Sleeping Pilots Risk Entire Passengers
December 31st, 2011

Flying while fatigued poses a threat to pilots and passengers; FAA says new regulations will make flying safer.


Conventional Medicine’s Rage Against Naturopaths
December 31st, 2011

Medical associations have joined forces to manipulate the public into believing natural medicine is quackery by spreading propaganda and mistruths.


Legally Avoid Vaccines
December 30th, 2011

You can legally avoid vaccinations with the help of the people around you.


Most Paramedics Experience Work-related Abuse, Study
December 30th, 2011

More than two-thirds of paramedics surveyed have experienced verbal, physical or sexual abuse on the job, new research has found.


WHO Balances Risk and Knowledge on H5N1
December 30th, 2011

World Health Organization releases statement on lab-developed H5N1.


Wood Stoves to be Cracked Down?
December 30th, 2011

Residential wood stoves are big source of winter air pollution in some parts of US .


Picture that can Save Thousand Calorie
December 30th, 2011

Dieting service allows people to email picture of meal.


Brain Peptide Study May Lead to Cure for Alcoholism
December 30th, 2011

Research of the brain gives clue on a potential novel drug for alcohol dependence.


New Discovery that Makes Spine Transparent
December 30th, 2011

Scientists have discovered a method to make the spine visible.


Top Ten Medical Transformations
December 30th, 2011

From checklists to surgical robots, new approaches to health care are making their way into practice—with some stunning results—though for many the jury is still out.


Plasma Brush in the Dental Horizon
December 29th, 2011

Fillings may be replaced with the new developed painless plasma brush.


Weather Prediction Methods Could Predict Brain Tumors Too
December 29th, 2011

Method used to predict the weather shows promise on predicting brain tumors.


Exhaled Breath May Detect Lung Cancer
December 29th, 2011

Early detection for lung cancer may be diagnosed through exhaled breath.


Free Implant Removal in Venezuela
December 29th, 2011

Venezuela is offering free surgeries for women to remove faulty French-made breast implants, the country’s top health official said.


Multiple Sclerosis Linked to Lipid Metabolism
December 28th, 2011

New study reveals a closer explanation on multiple sclerosis.


Medical Illustration: Art and Science Combined
December 28th, 2011

Georgia Health Sciences University offers a program on medical illustration for education purposes.


‘Rare’ Brain Disorder is Just Often Misdiagnosed
December 28th, 2011

Brain disorder HDLS is as common as other neurodegenerative disorders and stroke.


Obesity Rooted in Past Mother-Toddler Relationship
December 28th, 2011

The quality of the emotional relationship between a mother and her young child could affect the potential for that child to be obese during adolescence, a new study suggests.


Why Cursing at Work is Bad Idea
December 28th, 2011

Anne Kreamer believes that not all swearing is created equal.


Novel Therapy for Parkinson’s Developed
December 28th, 2011

Rabies and herpes viruses are the agents for this novel therapy on Parkinson’s disease.


State Cuts on Medical Insurance Burden Patient, Doctors
December 28th, 2011

House Republicans have no plans to move a stand-alone bill to reverse a 27-percent cut in Medicare fees to doctors that’s set to go into effect Jan. 1, a spokesman for Speaker John Boehner said.


Argentines Demand Free Replacement on Controversial PIP Silicone
December 28th, 2011

Argentine women are ready to sue their surgeons if they don’t get free replacements on the PIP silicone implants.


Coloradans Lose Weight and Earn
December 28th, 2011

Insurance company Kaiser Permanente Colorado is offering cash to Coloradans to lose weight and keep it off.


Mutating Gene Linked to Arrhythmia
December 28th, 2011

Mutation of a certain gene called Tbx3 interferes with the conduction of the heart causing deadly arrhythmia.


Argentine President Got Cancer
December 28th, 2011

Argentine President has cancer and is scheduled for surgery after New Year followed by medical leave.


No Publication on Bird Flu Studies
December 28th, 2011

Scientists agreed not to publish certain details of research showing how lethal bird flu can be made contagious after a U.S. biosecurity panel asked that it be kept secret for security reasons.


Senators Urge for Follow Up on New Medical Devices
December 28th, 2011

Senators want follow up review on the new medical devices to ensure safety.


Turmeric on the Skin
December 28th, 2011

Wake up to the amazing benefits of turmeric on the skin and beyond.


Telemedicine on the Rise
December 28th, 2011

Telemedicine has its advantages and limitations.


Diet Regimen on Blood Type A
December 28th, 2011

Blood type A and their best diet to follow.


Three People You Should Fire Today
December 28th, 2011

Want a more innovative company? Get rid of these folks. Today


Senator Urges Review on ‘Club Drug’ Caffeine Inhaler
December 27th, 2011

Breathable caffeine dispensed from canisters that fit in jean pockets and are allowed in carry-on luggage is a ‘club drug’ that may be dangerous to teenagers, a New York senator said.


Cold or Warm Water?
December 27th, 2011

Is drinking cold water good or bad for you? Does the temperature of the water matter at all? Believe it or not – it does matter.


What Triggers Aching Head?
December 27th, 2011

Surprising causes of aching head are quite few. Knowing the cause prevents headache in the future.


Honey, a Sweet Medicine
December 27th, 2011

What researchers are learning about honey’s possible health benefits.


The Better Option of Breastfeeding
December 27th, 2011

Breastfeeding not only benefits the infant but the mother as well.


Relieve Gout Pain with Cherries
December 27th, 2011

Cherries are medicinally used in arthritis, gout, back pain and tendon injuries.


10 Fitness Myths Busted
December 27th, 2011

10 myths on fitness that can change your way of working out, the healthy way.


New Stronger Painkiller can be Addictive
December 27th, 2011

Experts worry on abuse on the new stronger drug developed.


Laundry Detergents Make You Sick
December 27th, 2011

Chemical exposure from laundry detergents are slowly damaging your health and the environment.


Is Eating Fried Food That Terrible?
December 27th, 2011

There are hidden dangers in deep frying.


Citing 36 Predictions for 2012
December 27th, 2011

A collection of educated guesses for 2010-2012 by the Health Ranger Mike Adams.


37 Communities Won in No Fluoride Campaign This Year
December 27th, 2011

37 communities successfully won campaigns on water fluoridation this year, more expected by 2012.


Mead Johnson: Enfamil Was Safe
December 27th, 2011

Mead Johnson said on Sunday that a new round of testing of samples of its Enfamil baby formula, under investigation by health officials, showed that the product was safe.


Britain to Operate First Hand Transplant by 2012
December 27th, 2011

Britain is going to carry out its first hand transplant next year at NHS Hospital.


Bowel Screening Could Save Thousands of Lives
December 27th, 2011

Early screening of bowel diseases especially on men over 50 could save thousands of lives with a survival rate of over 90 percent.


Clashing Advices Over Breast Implant Issue
December 27th, 2011

France and Britain issued conflicting advice on Friday to tens of thousands of women with breast implants made of cheap industrial silicone that some fear pose health risks.


Recall of Snacks and Alfalfa
December 27th, 2011

Two U.S. food makers have voluntarily recalled snacks contaminated by peanuts, while another firm increased its recall of alfalfa products due to salmonella contamination, the Food and Drug Administration said on Sunday.


Vaccination Strategy Stirs Debate Between Doctors
December 26th, 2011

A large group of U.S. doctors on Monday gave the green light for pediatricians to offer vaccines to close family members of babies who are too young to get shots themselves.


MP3s May Damage Your Hearing
December 26th, 2011

Millions of commuters risk hearing damage because they have set the volume level too high on their MP3 players.


Maggots can be Good Doctors Too
December 26th, 2011

Maggots may trump scalpels when it comes to cleaning large wounds that won’t heal easily, such as those seen in diabetics, according to French researchers.


25 Years in the Stomach, Pen Still Works After Docs Removed
December 26th, 2011

Pen swallowed and stayed for 25 years in the stomach and still works after being removed by doctors.


State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet – On Sale
December 26th, 2011

An incisive account of the global food crisis – and how it can be solved.


12M Bottles of Motrin Recalled
December 26th, 2011

Well known medication and first aid supply manufacturer Johnson & Johnson has issued their sixth recall of Motrin pain relievers in the past two years.


Fracking Contaminates Neighboring Drinking Water
December 25th, 2011

Pennsylvania residents blame illness on natural gas extraction.


Rush on Fracking Affects Water and Air Quality
December 25th, 2011

Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale Reservoir holds largest US supply.


NY Serious on Dropping Childhood Obesity Rate
December 25th, 2011

New York significantly dropped childhood obesity rate.


Kenya Ebola Fatality Suspected
December 25th, 2011
New Ebola Vaccine Developed
December 25th, 2011

Can be stockpiled for long-term storage.


Solar Paint Your House With Nanoparticles
December 25th, 2011

Imagine if the next coat of paint you put on the outside of your home generates electricity from light — electricity that can be used to power the appliances and equipment on the inside.


Recommended Holiday Reading for the Caring, Agitated Mind
December 24th, 2011

Ralph Nader’s intelligent holiday reading list.


Plant Immune System Spawns New Biopesticides
December 23rd, 2011

The US EPA has approved another highly toxic genetically engineered pesticide from Monsatano while safe and effective natural pesticides are ignored.


Bt Crops Failures & Hazards
December 23rd, 2011

The claim that genetically modified organisms are the most promising way of increasing crop yields is falsified by many independent scientific studies, as well as direct experience with GM crops in India, China, Argentina and the United States.


May You Live in Interesting Times
December 22nd, 2011

Is mass media controlling our thoughts and feelings so that we will eagerly support the rush into madness?


Antibodies Developed for Diabetes Cure
December 22nd, 2011

New approach treats more than symptoms.


Celebrating Christmas With Cancer
December 22nd, 2011

Celebrating the Holidays with a loved one having cancer can be as merry as it used to be.


Are You Hydrated Enough?
December 22nd, 2011

If you have been dutifully drinking your eight-ounce glasses of water daily, here’s why you aren’t getting the benefits you believe you are.


The Problem of Our Eating Habit
December 22nd, 2011

Modern culture and the food industry affect the eating habit of the many.


Free Surgical Removal of Silicone Implants
December 21st, 2011

France will offer surgery to remove the breast implants of up to 30,000 women if a study due out this week finds that the silicone they are made from could cause cancer, the health minister said Tuesday.


Cannabis as a Medicine
December 20th, 2011

The research indicates that cannabinoids hold the secret to helping heal many of the chronic diseases we are facing.


The Truth About Christmas
December 20th, 2011

Most of the world believes that Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ – which it isn’t. The truth about the holiday may surprise you.


GMO in ‘Organic’ Baby Food
December 19th, 2011

Martek Biosciences claims that its Life’sDHA and Life’sARA are non-GMO, but their patents reveal that their DHA and ARA are produced through the use of genetic engineering.


Body Hair Helps Detect Parasites in Our Skin
December 19th, 2011

Human body hair might seem to be useless on today’s modern man, but it could help us detect parasites, researchers suggest, adding there’s a chance our female ancestors preferred a bug-free mate, and so opted for hairier guys.


Allergic to Christmas Tree?
December 19th, 2011

Dr. Alvarez advices on how to alleviate symptoms of allergies on your Christmas tree.


The USDA, ADA and Big Food Conspiracy
December 19th, 2011

Internal documents show USDA diet guidelines panel dominated by group sponsored by big food companies.


Reconsider When Taking Your Pill
December 19th, 2011

Taking birth control pills has its serious risks.


Becoming Aware on the Oils Restaurants Serve
December 19th, 2011

Nutritionist Craig Fear exposes the truth on oil.


High Cholesterol is Actually Healthy
December 19th, 2011

Researchers found that those with low LDL-cholesterol levels are at risk for infection and death.


BPA Will Soon be Banned in March
December 19th, 2011

Following a settlement with the Natural Resources Defense Council the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will rule on March 31 regarding a ban on the plastics chemical known as BPA (Bisphenol A).


Face on Flames During Surgery
December 19th, 2011

A female patient in Florida was rushed to an Alabama burn center after her face caught fire during a routine surgery.


Parents Sued for Not Allowing Chemo on Cancer-free Child
December 19th, 2011

Jacob Stieler was diagnosed with cancer back in March of 2011. After chemo and radiation treatment, multiple scans indicate he’s cancer free. However, his doctors have ordered further treatment–something Jacob and his parents oppose. Now the State of Michigan is taking the Jacob’s parents to court, charging them with neglect.


Artificial Pancreas Developed and to be Tested
December 18th, 2011

The FDA released guidelines on the testing procedures for the newly developed ‘artificial pancreas.


Americans’ Eating Habits are Worse This Year
December 18th, 2011

A new survey shows Americans’ health habits are getting worse. The main culprit: eating habits.


Embalmers Cope with Accumulated Rotting Bodies After Typhoon Hits Philippines
December 18th, 2011

Rotting bodies accumulate in the funeral parlors after typhoon swept Southern Philippines.


780,000 AIDS Infection in China by 2011
December 18th, 2011

By the end of 2011, China is expecting 780,000 individuals infected with AIDS virus.


Comfort Foods Are So Comforting
December 18th, 2011

When we are feeling sad, many of us reach for comfort foods such as chocolate, ice cream, or chips. Now new research helps show how these foods boost our moods.


Healthy Eating in US Costs More
December 18th, 2011

Prepare to part with more money if you’re trying to make healthier food choices.


Toxic Mercury Contamination in Processed Foods
December 18th, 2011

Mercury is found to be contained in high-fructose corn syrup of processed foods.


Student Wins 100K Science Prize for Cancer Research
December 18th, 2011

Angela Zhang, 17, wins $100,000 for a research on chemotherapy and non-invasive imaging of a tumor using nanotechnology.


Wifi May Damage Sperm
December 18th, 2011

If you are reading this on a WiFi-enabled computer, please be warned that a new study published in the Fertility and Sterility journal has linked WiFi connectivity with possible sperm damage.


Big Pharma Plays with New Drug
December 18th, 2011

KV pharmaceutical company offers Makena drug to reduce the risk of premature births.


Vegetarians Less Likely to Develop Diverticular Diseases
December 18th, 2011

A high-fiber, vegetarian-style diet may reduce the risk of developing diverticular disease, a new study suggests.


Global Ban of GMO Foods Continues
December 18th, 2011

Nations all over stand for health freedom without GMOs on food.


Precaution on Neti Pot Use: Could be Deadly
December 18th, 2011

It turns out using neti pots doesn’t just run the risk of making you look like a crunchy hippie that avoids actual medicine and is scared of chemtrails or something.


North Amercians Love Snacks
December 18th, 2011

US snackers tend to eat more snacks these days than before.


Smoking After Breast Lift Falls Off Your Nipples
December 18th, 2011

An advice from a plastic surgeon on post-surgical lifestyle to smoker clients.


Boy with Rare Disease Finds Solace in a Dog
December 18th, 2011

An East Tennessee boy with a rare disease and his former shelter dog form a unique relationship.


Happy Being Penniless for 15 Years
December 18th, 2011

Heidemarie Schwermer, a 69-year-old woman from Germany, gave up using money 15 years ago and says she’s been much happier ever since.


Lungs Can Now be Stored While Waiting for Transplantation
December 18th, 2011

New experimental lung transplantation approach is a success.


Working Moms Happier Than Housewives?
December 18th, 2011

A new study claims working mothers are healthier and happier than stay-at-home moms.


Children’s Foods Being Marketed Have Less Nutrients
December 18th, 2011

Statement of CSPI Nutrition Policy Director Margo G. Wootan.


Restaurant Foods ‘Awarded’ for Too Much Calories
December 18th, 2011

Cheesecake Factory’s Ultimate Red Velvet Cake Cheesecake wins!


Is Breastfeeding in Public Indecent?
December 18th, 2011

A woman filed a complaint with the D.C. Office of Human Rights after she was accused of indecent exposure by a security guard when she breastfeeding her baby.


Finding a Kidney Via Craigslist
December 18th, 2011

Turning to Craigslist for hopes of finding kidney donation, Selina Hodge finds what she is looking for.


Oral Flu Vaccine Seems to be Promising?
December 17th, 2011

Results from a new study have suggested that an oral flu vaccine may be more effective than traditional shots in prevention of the seasonal flu.


Raw Milk is Freed From the E. Coli Scare
December 17th, 2011

OPDC Raw Milk Product tests prove Negative For E.Coli 0157-H7 after a month of being quarantined.


Banned in Europe and Japan as Flame Retardant But Contained in US Sodas
December 17th, 2011

Brominated flame retardants lately are under intense scrutiny because research has shown that they are building up in people’s bodies, including breast milk, around the world.


Homeopathic Medication Slows Alzheimer’s Degeneration
December 17th, 2011

Preclinical Studies indicate symptom and disease modifying effect of a natural complex medication.


Growing Food All Over Small UK Town Lowers Crime Rate
December 17th, 2011

A small town in UK grows food anywhere in town for everybody to pick leading to less crime rate and better community relations.


Breaking Dawn Movie May Trigger Epilepsy as Warned by Epilepsy Group
December 16th, 2011

Light-inducing scenes of movies and televisions like Breaking Dawn reprograms brain triggering epilepsy.


Colorado Made Tough New Rules for Disclosure of Fracking Activities
December 16th, 2011

Colorado’s new rules on fracking demand disclosure on all chemicals used in the process and its corresponding concentrations which the latter is somewhat a tougher rule compared to that of Wyoming and Texas.


Indian Study Confirms Neurological Damages of Fluoride
December 15th, 2011

Indian study proves that fluoride alters the neural cells leading to neurological damage.


Worldwide Cocoa Shortage to Send Chocolate Prices Soaring
December 14th, 2011

We will have a million-ton cocoa shortage within eight years, forcing the price of chocolate to rise significantly.


African Women’s Alcohol Abuse Damages Unborn Baby’s Brain
December 14th, 2011

Pregnant African women drinking alcohol may harm the baby with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome disrupting the baby’s brain and other organs.


Unwanted Pregnancy Affects Women Mentally
December 14th, 2011

Unwanted pregnancy of women whether they prefer induced abortion or give birth affects their mental health.


Vitamin D Deficients More Likely to Die Earlier
December 14th, 2011

Study found that vitamin D deficiencts were not only susceptible to common chronic diseases but were also 2 1/2 times more likely to die.


Chilean Coinjoined Twins Succesfully Separated by Doctors
December 14th, 2011

Doctors have separated conjoined twin girls in Chile after a marathon 18-hour operation that was followed on television and the internet by people all round the country.


WHO Urges ‘QualityRights’ for Mentally Ill
December 14th, 2011

WHO urges to implement a project called QualityRights to end human rights violation of the mentally ill.


Stress Leads to a Variety of Diseases
December 14th, 2011

Stress being a psychological issue manifests into physical diseases and the only way to avoid it is being positive.


Researchers Found Breast Cancer Screenings are Harmful
December 14th, 2011

British research admits breast cancer screenings often results false positives and lead to unnecessary surgeries.


Korean Burger Chain Opens in US
December 13th, 2011

Korea’s Kraze Burger opens in US offering healthier alternative of burgers.


Breaking Dawn Movie May Trigger Epilepsy
December 13th, 2011

Television and movies like Breaking Dawn may reprogram the brain by its light effects resulting to seizures.


Federal Center Pays Good Money for Suspect Medicine
December 13th, 2011

Feds dole out millions of dollars for questionable studies on treatments ranging from energy healing to acupuncture.


Malnutrition Strikes Sahel Children
December 13th, 2011

More than a million children in Sahel are in danger of worse malnutrition due to poor rains and harvest.


Burkinabe Women Avoids Pregnancy with Contraception
December 13th, 2011

A new report says increased investment in family planning would help reduce the number of unintended pregnancies.


Simplified 3-Month TB Regimen Endorsed
December 13th, 2011

Shorter alternative to nine-month treatment many don’t complete.


Snakebite Cases Need Healthcare Attention
December 13th, 2011

New strategies improve patient treatment.


Toxic Fumes From Non-stick Cookware
December 13th, 2011

A component of Teflon nonstick coatings has been found to cause hormone disruption and abnormalities in human studies.


Stopping Artificial Food Consumption Saves You From Artificial Sweetener Disease
December 12th, 2011

Symptoms you may be suffering like migraines and anxiety might be that of ASD due to your diet craze with sugar-free and zero sugar.


Breaking Dawn Movie May Trigger Epilepsy
December 12th, 2011

Light-inducing scenes of movies and televisions like Breaking Dawn reprograms brain triggering epilepsy.


Artificial Butter Flavor of Microwave Popcorns is Toxic
December 12th, 2011

A chemical in the popcorn called diacetyl is the etiologic factor that causes the bronchiolitis.


Global Carbon Emissions Reach Record 10 Billion Tons
December 9th, 2011

New research finds that global carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels have increased by 49 percent in the last two decades.


Scientists Kick Off Debate Over Barefoot Running
December 9th, 2011

Despite the cold and many other potential hazards, naked from the ankle down is the way Anna Toombs likes it, and she gets plenty of catcalls in the street as a result.


10 Gift Ideas From College Students to Parents
December 9th, 2011
Being Left-Handed Brings Mental Health Risks and Reward
December 8th, 2011

New research published in the journal Neuropsychologia finds that left-handed people are at increased risk for certain mental health issues, including ADHD, dyslexia and even schizophrenia.


Water Fluoride Exposure Damages Brain
December 5th, 2011

A new study conducted by scientists in India has proved that chronic high fluoride exposure in drinking water can damage the brain.


Mayans Never Predicted World to End in 2012 – Experts
December 5th, 2011

If you are worried the world will end next year based on the Mayan calendar, relax: the end of time is still far off.


Buildings Using Bird-Friendly Design Now Eligible for LEED Credit
December 5th, 2011

Modifying buildings’ glass reflectivity, color (including UV), texture, or opacity to avoid birds hitting glass.


New Zealand is World’s Least Corrupt Nation
December 5th, 2011

New Zealand is still the least corrupt nation in the world, while Australia is the least corrupt in the Group of 20 industrialised nations.


France Takes Stand Against GMOs, Monsanto Despite End of Ban
December 5th, 2011

France is the latest nation to voice opposition against genetically modified crops, with GM maize unlikely to hit French fields next year despite the end of a ban Monsanto maize.


Bacon-Cigarette Ad Image for Cancer Education
December 4th, 2011

First it was hot dogs and now it’s bacon.


FDA’s Rejection of Avastin Drug: Good for the Company?
December 4th, 2011

Will the decision of revoking the approval of Avastin hurt the drug industry? Far from it.


Violent Video Games Alter Brain Function
December 4th, 2011

Research suggests that playing violent video games damages the brain and can make players more violent.


What is the Weight Loss Secret of a Caveman?
December 4th, 2011

Did you know that cave man didn’t eat Twinkies? It’s true! They also didn’t eat a bunch of genetically modified foods. Research shows if you eat like a caveman you can loose weight, lower your blood pressure and decrease your cholesterol levels.


New Machine That Warns You When You’ve Eaten Much
December 3rd, 2011

‘Please eat more slowly’: NHS introduces £1,500 talking plate which warns fat families about their eating habits.


Viagra Stabilizes a Baby’s Heart
December 2nd, 2011

Viagra was initially designed as a heart drug, before scientists realised it could treat sexual dysfunction.


Pig Learns to Walk on Two Legs
December 2nd, 2011

A pig which can walk on two legs has become a local celebrity in China.


Laptop Wi-Fi Nuke Nads (Sperm)
December 2nd, 2011

The digital age has left men’s nether parts in a squeeze, if you believe the latest science on semen, laptops and wireless connections.


Durban Conference Opens With A Call to Save the Planet
December 2nd, 2011

The 17th UN Conference on Climate Change opened with a call to confront global warming as a question of life or death, PL reports.


How Your Cell Phone Is Killing You
December 2nd, 2011

The closer you keep a cell phone to your body, the more harm you cause.


Patent Pending of a New Painless Circumcision Device
December 1st, 2011

Studies have shown that male circumcision greatly reduces the risk of HIV transmission. The World Health Organization is weighing approval of a new device that could make the procedure simple and painless.


Condoms for Free in China Marking World Aids Day
December 1st, 2011

Chinese authorities are openly marking World AIDS Day this year, but the government remains sensitive to independent groups that try to combat the spread of the disease.


Opening Up to Your Kids About Your Bad Day Lessens Their Stress
December 1st, 2011

Most of us don’t tell our kids when we’ve a stressful day at work, but experts say that may be a mistake.


Corporate Wellness Program Gives Cash to the ‘Biggest Loser’
December 1st, 2011

Is corporate America taking a page from The Biggest Loser?

You bet.


Social Activity in Seniors Lowers Incidences of Degeneration
December 1st, 2011

Staying connected to other people through a wide variety of social activities can yield important health consequences as you age.


The Pill Exposure From Urine to the Environment Linked to Prostate Cancer
December 1st, 2011

AN international study published in BMJ Open has recently suggested the existence of a casual link between the use of the contraceptive pill and the increase incidence of prostate cancer, due to men’s abnormal exposure to low levels of oestrogen in the environment.


Sleeping Pills May Not be the Answer
December 1st, 2011

Taking sleep medication or calling in sick the next day is not always the best way to deal with insomnia in the long run, say Ryerson sleep researchers in a new study to be published next month.


Is Your Doctor the Best Choice?
December 1st, 2011

Who may be best suited to analyze your blood test results so you can use them to make the subtle changes necessary to achieve benefits you deserve?


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