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Exposure To Pets And Outdoors Is Healthier For Your Mental Health, A New Study Suggests

A new study has shown that people who grew up without pets are more likely to suffer from stress in adulthood. The study was conducted by the University of Colorado Boulder.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 30, 2018

Allergy Season Worsens Every Year Due To Weather Change: Here Are The Cities That Are Most Affected

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, seasonal allergies have gotten worse because of the weather changes. The AAFA also listed which cities would be the most difficult places to live in during this time of year.

Public Health April 30, 2018

Maine Doctors Suggest That Medical Marijuana Could Be Used To Help Fight Addiction To Opioids

According to doctors in Maine, medical marijuana has helped treat several patient's addictions to opioids. Since 2016, nearly 66% of the deaths that were drug-overdose related were due to an overdose of opioids.

Medicine April 30, 2018

April Full Moon 2018: 'Pink Moon' To Appear In The Sky On April 29, Will You Watch It?

On Sunday, April 29, a 'pink' full moon will grace the night sky according to reports. The pink moon has been associated with flowers blooming, grass sprouting, and fish swimming upstream in the spring time.

Space April 28, 2018

Vegetarian Diet Could Prevent A Third Of Premature Deaths According To Harvard University

A plant-based diet could help prevent a third of premature deaths based on a new study. The paper was presented during the Fourth International Vatican Conference, where other experts stressed the importance of consuming more vegetable and fruits.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 27, 2018

Former Model Suffered 'Painful' Death From Being Eaten Alive By Scabies In Georgia Nursing Home

An elderly woman died in 2015 at a nursing home in Georgia. It has now been reported that the older woman died a 'painful' death due to being 'eaten alive' by scabies that lived under her skin for a long period.

Public Health April 27, 2018

27-Year-Old Woman Dies After Being Diagnosed With Rare Rodent-Borne Disease 3 Months Ago

A young woman who was fighting for her life at the University of New Mexico Hospital has died. The woman was diagnosed with a rare but fatal virus known as the hantavirus.

Public Health April 27, 2018

Woman Decides To Have Her Leg Amputated Years After Snapping It In A 'Freak' Accident

A woman from Manchester decided to have her leg cut off after snapping it six years prior. She said she was only walking on a pavement while leaving a movie theater and didn't fall into anything at all.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 25, 2018

Promiscuous Monkeys Create Hybrids By Mating With Other Species, Research Says

An anthropology professor discovered a new species of monkeys in Tanzania, Africa. According to her research, the monkeys were products of two different species that had been mating for thousands of years.

Animals April 25, 2018

Eating Dark Chocolate Has Powerful Health Benefits, Including Memory Improvement And Immunity Boost

A new study has found that the consumption of dark chocolate can help boost a person's memory. The study further said that it can make immunity levels increase and stress levels decrease.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 25, 2018

Children With Rare Rapid Aging Disease Could Live Longer, Thanks To A New Study Drug

Children who suffer from the rare genetic disease progeria may have a chance at a longer life. The drug lonafarnib, which was originally created for cancer patients, has been used in a test to treat children who have progeria.

Medicine April 24, 2018

Children Have Higher Energy Levels Than Adults And Are In Better Shape Than Professional Athletes, Study Says

According to a new study, children have a higher recovery rate after a physical activity than any functional adult and professional athlete. Children's faster heart rate recovery and metabolism contribute to this.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 24, 2018

The Ministry Of Health Accused Of 'Body Shaming' People With Tweet That Suggest Being Vegetarian Is 'Healthier'

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has been accused of 'body shaming' people in a new tweet that has since been deleted. The tweet showed people who consume fatty foods are more likely to be considered 'unhealthy.'

Healthy Living/Wellness April 24, 2018

4-Year-Old Girl From Florida Nearly Dies From Dry Drowning

A young girl from Sarasota, Florida almost died of dry drowning at her grandparents' pool. It was found out only days after the accident that the 4-year-old had taken in too much water and she almost lost her life.

Public Health April 23, 2018

82 Year-Old Woman Suffering From Dementia Reportedly Regains Her Memory By Sticking To This Diet

An elderly woman and her son created a new diet regimen that helped regain her memory. The woman, 82, was suffering from dementia which she was diagnosed with in 2016.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 23, 2018

A Big Belly Could Be Bad For Your Health And Your Heart - Even If You're Not Overweight

A new study has found that people who have a wider waist or central obesity are at a higher risk of having heart problems than those who are overweight. The study was conducted on 1,700 participants who were a "normal size" but had a large belly.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 21, 2018

A 'Rare' Green Moon To Appear On 4/20? Sorry Social Media Hoaxed Us Again!

A social media hoax has been disputed, much to the dismay of 4/20 celebrators. A 'green moon' was supposed to appear in the night sky on the same day as the unofficial National Weed Day.

Space April 20, 2018

One Concussion Could Increase A Person's Chance Of Getting Parkinson's Disease to 56 Percent

A new study has been conducted to show that getting at least one concussion puts the person at risk of getting Parkinson's disease. This neurological disorder affects the central nervous system.

Neuroscience April 20, 2018

Superhuman Bajau People Have A Rare Mutation That Allows Them To Stay Underwater Longer

A new study conducted on the Bajau people showed why they were able to hold their breath underwater for thousands of years. The small Malaysian group of people spends most of their days underwater for eight years.

Animals April 19, 2018

Abby Lee Miller Diagnosed With Cancer After Spinal Surgery, 'Dance Mom' Star's Health Deteriorated After Prison

Abby Lee Miller has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma following an emergency surgery on her spinal cord. Miller was first thought to have an infection but doctors have now determined she has cancer.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 19, 2018

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