Eating Grapes Can Help Improve Symptoms Of Anxiety And Depression: Study

Every year, almost 18.8 million men and women suffer from depression in the United States. A new study has found that eating grapes can drastically improve symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Health February 13, 2018

How The Risks Of Smoking Marijuana Can Cause Anxiety And Panic Attacks

Marijuana can cause multiple health problems, including damage to the lungs, memory loss, and fast heart rate. However, after the use of marijuana, some people may experience anxiety and panic attacks while others may not.

Health February 5, 2018

Ways To Prevent Heart Attack And Stroke

Smoking, stress, and high levels of blood sugar can cause heart attacks and strokes. Here's our guide on how to prevent these occurrences and lead a healthy lifestyle.

Health February 5, 2018

Noise Pollution May Increase Risk Of Heart Disease

Exposure to noise was linked to increased risk for irregular heart rhythms and high blood pressure. What is the level of noise that can increase a person's odds for heart disease?

Health February 6, 2018

Health Benefits Of Sex? Frequent Sexual Activity Adds More Meaning To Life, Says Study

In a study, women were asked about their current significant relationship, the longevity of their relationship, and how meaningful they thought their life was. Researchers have found that having high sexual activity suggested that people had a positive mood the next day. 

Health February 10, 2018

Bird Brain Damage? Woodpecker Brains Have The Same Protein Found In People With CTE

A new research finds that woodpeckers have an accumulation of tau proteins in their brain. In humans, abnormal tau protein accumulation is a major sign of CTE.

Health February 4, 2018

13-Year-Old Was Led To Believe He Was Dying Of Cancer, Parents Charged With Child Abuse

A couple was charged with fraud and child abuse after allegedly convincing their young son that he was dying of cancer in order to gather money from donations. Is the father also a victim of fraud?

Health February 4, 2018

Vitamin D3 Can Help Reduce Cardiovascular Damage, Says Study

Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, has been proven of helping calcium build stronger bones. A recent study shows one of its major forms can help reduce cardiovascular system damage.

Health February 7, 2018

Million-Dollar Lottery Winner Dies Of Stage IV Cancer Weeks After Jackpot

A New York man died of stage IV cancer just weeks after winning the jackpot in a scratch-off lottery. Before he won, he was saving to have enough money for a long overdue checkup.

Health February 3, 2018

LOOK: These Twin Toddlers Battling The Flu Comfort Each Other With A Hug

Two young boys battling the flu had a moment of comfort, which was shared to the world thanks to social media. The twins are just two of the many affected by the current flu season.

Health February 3, 2018

A Little Alcohol Is Good For 'Cleaning' The Brain: Study

Fancy having a drink or two at the end of the day? A new study shows that low alcohol consumption could help improve the brain's waste removal process.

Health February 2, 2018

Philadelphia Eagles Battling Deadly Flu Ahead Of Super Bowl LII

The Philadelphia Eagles have been hit with the deadly flu ahead of Super Bowl 2018. Coach Doug Pederson, cornerback Ronald Darby, and tackle Tim Jernigan reportedly got sick.

Health February 2, 2018

Georgia Teen Initially Tested Negative For Flu, But Dies A Few Days After

Days after testing negative for flu, 15-year-old Georgia teen Kira Molina, died due to liver failure. Her death was a complication of the deadly flu spreading across the country.

Health February 2, 2018

Family Blames Tamiflu For 16-year-Old Teen's Suicide

A day after starting his flu treatment, Charlie Harp took his own life. This tragedy happened so suddenly and his family could only think of one culprit behind his strange death.

Health February 2, 2018

Researchers Found Anxiety Cells In The Brain's Hippocampus

New treatment alternatives could be developed as scientists make a groundbreaking discovery. They did not only find anxiety cells in the brain, but also a way to control their activity.

Health February 2, 2018

Vaping Synthetic Cannabinoid Oil Can Be Lethal: Two Marines Dead, Dozens In Hospital

Troops are advised to stay away from vaping and e-cigarettes that may contain synthetic cannabinoid oil. Two soldiers have died, and dozens were hospitalized after vaping products containing synthetic pot oil and other unknown substances

Health February 2, 2018

Some People Are Using Diarrhea Meds To Get High, And The FDA Is Concerned

Individuals are abusing loperamide, an over-the-counter anti-diarrhea drug, by ingesting as much as 400 pills a day. Some patients say it can provide the same high feeling heroin and morphine can.

Health February 3, 2018

Dogs More Likely To Bite Emotionally Unstable People, Study Shows

A new study revealed that the number of dog bite incidents in the United Kingdom might be much higher than official estimates. This is because dogs are more likely to bite emotionally unstable people, who will not report such incidents.

Health February 4, 2018

30 Minutes Of Daily Exercise Reduces Risk Of Deaths Linked To Cancer And Heart Disease, Says Study

Can't find time to do physical activity during the day? A new report shows that doing 30 minutes of daily exercise can reduce the risk of deaths linked to cancer and heart disease.

Health February 2, 2018

Standing Instead Of Sitting For Six Hours A Day Could Aid In Weight Loss: Study

Sitting time in the United States reaches up to seven hours. The findings of a new research could be a potential solution to a sedentary lifestyle.

Health February 2, 2018

Breast Cancer Therapies Pose Higher Risk Of Heart Disease, Warns The American Heart Association

The American Heart Association released a scientific statement, warning that some breast cancer therapies pose serious risks of heart disease. According to the organization, breast cancer survivors are more likely to die from heart disease than breast cancer.

Health February 2, 2018

53-Year-Old Nursing Home Resident Dies After Being Administered Oxycodone That’s 20 Times Too Potent

A nursing home patient in Minnesota tragically died after a nurse mistakenly administered the wrong dosage of oxycodone. The 53-year-old patient was on a short-term visit at the facility for cancer treatment.

Health February 1, 2018

FDA Shifts Aim At Loperamide Packaging In War Against Opioid Abuse

As part of its efforts to alleviate the opioid epidemic, the FDA imposed new regulations on loperamide packaging. New blister packs should be smaller, with enough dosage only for short-term treatment.

Health February 2, 2018

Experimental Cancer Vaccine Wiped Out All Tumors In Mice: Human Trials Up Next

A 'cancer vaccine' developed by researchers from Stanford University eliminated tumors in mice during experiments. The treatment, made up of a combination of molecules, will now undergo human trials to confirm if they are safe.

Health February 1, 2018

Hives Could Be A New Symptom Of Influenza

When her son came home scratching from school, a Nebraska mom had no idea that her son’s hives were already an indicator of a flu infection. She immediately took to social media to spread this important warning.

Health February 1, 2018

Newly Discovered Brain Cells May Lead To New Drugs That Can Reduce Anxiety

Current treatments for anxiety disorders have their drawbacks. The discovery of anxiety cells in the hippocampus of the brain could pave way for new drugs that can better address the most common mental illness in the United States.

Health February 3, 2018

California Coffee Shops Should Warn About Cancer Risk From Coffee Chemical, Lawsuit Alleges

California coffee shops could be forced to display warnings that a chemical found in coffee may pose a cancer risk. The chemical is called acrylamide and is created during the process of roasting coffee beans.

Health January 31, 2018

Study Reveals The Healthiest Plant-Based Milk Alternative To Cow's Milk

A study has determined which non-dairy milk is the best substitute for cow's milk. Researchers compared the nutritional values of soy, rice, coconut, as well as almond milk and this is what they concluded.

Health January 31, 2018

Traumatic Brain Injury May Still Increase Dementia Risk Years After Accident

Traumatic brain injury patients still face a greater risk of dementia decades after the accident. Experts offered advice on how those with TBI can reduce their risk of developing the neurological disorder.

Health January 31, 2018

Stimulating Frontal Lobes Of The Brain May Slow Progress Of Alzheimer's Disease

A pilot study performed deep brain stimulation of the frontal lobe of Alzheimer’s patients. This approach will determine the efficacy of using brain pacemakers to slow the progress of Alzheimer’s.

Health February 1, 2018

Higher Folate Intake Not Harmful: UK Concern Over Fortifying Flour With Folic Acid Unjustified

Researchers reanalyzed the data used by the US Institute of Medicine as the basis for tolerable upper intake level of folate. They found no link between high doses of folic acid and increased risk of neurological damage.

Health January 31, 2018

Brain Scans Show Best Friends Are On the Same Wavelength

A study focused on how friendships are forged is like a case of 'show me you brain scan and I'll tell you who your friends are.’ People who perceive and respond to the world similarly are likely to become friends.

Health January 31, 2018

Eating Pizza For Breakfast May Be Healthier Than Your Regular Bowl Of Cereal

Pizza may be a healthier breakfast option compared to the usual bowl of cereal, according to a nutritionist. While some cereals are nothing more than spoonfuls of sugar, pizza presents a more balanced meal of protein and calories.

Health January 31, 2018

President Trump Discusses Health And Energy During 2018 State Of The Union

President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union since taking office, and he addressed important issues about health care, medicine, energy, and technology during his speech to Congress.

Health January 31, 2018

Drug Distributors Flooded Small West Virginia Town With 20.8 Million Opioid Painkillers

In just 10 years, two drug wholesalers has sent more than 20 million painkillers to a town in West Virginia, which only has 2,900 population. Other small towns also received excessive number of prescription painkillers.

Health January 31, 2018

Pocket-Sized Device Could Make Genome Sequencing Cheaper And Faster

The mobile phone-sized device called MinION sequenced a complete human genome ever mapped using a single technology. What are its potential applications in the field of medicine?

Health January 30, 2018

Sinus Headaches vs Migraines: How To Tell The Difference Between Symptoms

Have a pounding headache but can't tell if it's a sinus infection or migraine? Here's a guide on how to tell the difference between symptoms.

Health February 2, 2018

Two Men Sent To Prison For Having Enough Fentanyl To Kill Everyone In New York City And New Jersey

Two men were sentenced to prison for possession of heroin and fentanyl, with intent to distribute the drugs. Police seized from them 45 kilograms of fentanyl, which contained over 18 million lethal doses of the powerful opioid.

Health January 30, 2018

Poor Sleep Could Be An Early Warning Sign Of Alzheimer's Disease

Do you take daytime naps often or wake up frequently at night? A new study indicates that disturbances in a person’s sleep-wake cycle and internal body clocks may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

Health January 30, 2018

Nicotine In E-Cigarette Vapors May Cause Cancer, Mouse Study Suggests

Experiments conducted on mice and cultured human cells show that nicotine in e-cigarette vapors may cause changes in the DNA that may elevate cancer risk. Does this mean e-cigarettes can cause cancer in humans?

Health January 30, 2018

Parents Force-Feed Autistic Children With Bleach To Cure Them: What's The Most Effective Treatment For Autism?

The Master Mineral Solution (MMS) is a deadly product that uses industrial-strength bleach to "cure" autism. Are there any safe treatment options for children with autism?

Health January 30, 2018

Couple Get Hookworms In Their Feet On Vacation In The Dominican Republic, Denied Medication In Canada

A Canadian couple acquired hookworms after walking barefoot on a beach in the Dominican Republic. Health Canada denied them the necessary medication, so they had to get it in the United States.

Health January 30, 2018

Swatting Mosquitoes Trains Them To Stay Away From You: Other Ways To Avoid Mosquito Bites

Swatting mosquitoes away is one way of teaching them to avoid you, a new research suggests. Here are other recommended ways to avoid getting bitten by these disease-carrying bugs.

Health January 29, 2018

Parents Try To Cure Autism In Children By Forcing Them To Drink Bleach

Parents are trying to cure autism in their children by forcing them to drink Miracle Mineral Solution. The substance, also known as simply MMS, contains sodium chlorite with citric acid powder, which combine to create industrial-strength bleach.

Health January 29, 2018

Curcumin May Help Improve Memory: Other Potential Health Benefits Of This Turmeric Compound

Turmeric's most active substance helped improve memory and mood in a study involving older adults. Here are other potential health benefits of including curcumin in your diet.

Health January 28, 2018

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