ALL POSTS BY Elyse Johnson

Non-Drinkers And Heavy Drinkers Are More Likely To Call In Sick Than Those Who Moderately Consume Alcohol

A new study shows that people who abstain from alcohol are more likely to call in sick than those who moderately drink alcohol. The data was collected from a survey conducted on over 40,000 people from Finland, France, and the U.K.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 6, 2018

Russian Woman Dies After Slipping Into A Coma For 13 Months Following A Breast Enlargement Surgery

A Russian mom died after being in a coma for 13 months. The 30-year-old wife went to get breast enlargement surgery for her husband and fell into the coma after being given anesthetic.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 5, 2018

41-Year-Old Woman Reunited With Her Birth Mother Who Was Forced To Abort Her

A 41-year-old woman recalled how she reunited with her birth mother who believed she was dead. The woman claims that her birth mother was forced to have an abortion by her grandmother.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 5, 2018

New Promo Art Leaked For 'Avengers 4' May Reveal Spoilers For Upcoming Film

A poster for the 'Avengers 4' film was leaked online, which fans speculate could answer some questions for the upcoming film. The poster shows certain characters from the Marvel Universe that have been rumored to appear in the next film.

Movies/TV Shows June 5, 2018

New Study Reveals Which Countries Have The Highest And Lowest Cases Of Cancer

A new study reveals that India ranked as number 10 on the list of countries with the least amount of cancer cases. Australia, New Zealand, and the United States ranked as the top three countries to have the highest amount of cancer incidences.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 5, 2018

Syphilis And Gonorrhea Rates Have Risen Within The Past Year In England

New reports have stated that in England, syphilis and gonorrhea diagnoses have risen drastically within the past year. Those who are most impacted by this are teenagers and young adults, among others, between the ages of 15-21 years old.

Public Health June 5, 2018

Jeremy Renner's Arms In The Film 'Tag' Are CGI Because He Broke Them While On Set

Actor Jeremy Renner fractured his elbow and wrist while filming the upcoming comedy "Tag". Because of this, the film used CGI on the actor's arms, his costar Jon Hamm claimed.

Geek June 5, 2018

'Fantastic Beasts' Star Johnny Depp's 'Sickly' Appearance Concerns Fans As His 'Erratic' Behavior Allegedly Continues

Actor Johnny Depp's latest appearance has fans questioning if he is in good health. The actor has been involved in various personal and legal problems following his tumultuous divorce from his ex-wife, Amber Heard.

Movies/TV Shows June 4, 2018

Man Sues CVS After An Employee Reveals Viagra Prescription To His Wife

A man from Long Island, New York is suing CVS after an employee told his wife about his Viagra prescription. The man claims that by doing this, it has caused their marriage to 'break down.'

Medicine June 4, 2018

Women With 5 Or More Children Are At A Greater Risk For Suffering From A Heart Disease

A new study has shown that women who have larger families had a higher risk of developing a heart-related disease. Cardiovascular diseases are the number one killer among women in the United States, according to the CDC.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 4, 2018

'Avengers 4' Spoilers: Chris Hemsworth Says 'Avengers 4' Is More 'Shocking' Than 'Infinity Wars'

Chris Hemsworth, who portrays Thor in 'Avengers' films, claimed during an interview that 'Avengers 4' is much more shocking than its predecessor. The 4th 'Avengers' film is expected to hit theaters in 2019.

Movies/TV Shows June 4, 2018

Walking At A Faster Pace Is Good For The Heart And Can Help Prevent Premature Death

Researchers suggest that walking a faster rate is better for the heart. A study showed that for people who walked faster had a significantly lower risk of dying young or having a stroke or heart attack.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 2, 2018

People Who Have A Keen Sense Of Smell Will Enjoy Sex More, New Study Suggests

A new study showed that people who had a high sensitivity to smell enjoyed sex more. The study, which was conducted by team of researchers in Germany, tested 42 women and 28 men.

Public Health June 2, 2018

Is Roseanne Barr Mentally Unstable? Comedian Continues To Make Outlandish Remarks Following Controversial Tweet

Comedian and actress Roseanne Barr continues to make concerning comments following the cancellation of her show. Some are concerned for her mental health and insist she needs help.

Public Health June 1, 2018

Researchers Suggest Signs Of Autism Can Be Detected In Babies' Teeth

A team of researchers from New York suggests that baby teeth can show if a child will suffer from autism. The scientists collected data from 200 baby twins in Sweden to help confirm their theory.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 1, 2018

'Avengers 4' Spoilers: Ending Of 'Infinity War' Was Almost The Beginning Of Next Film

Screenwriters for the film, 'Avengers: Infinity War,' state that the ending of the film was almost the beginning of the fourth Avengers movie. 'Avengers 4' is scheduled to be released on May 3, 2019.

Movies/TV Shows June 1, 2018

Component Found In Green Tea May Help Reduce Risk Of Having A Heart Attack Or Stroke

A team of researchers found that a molecule linked to green tea could help prevent deaths from heart attack and stroke. The study was funded by the British Heart Foundation and published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 1, 2018

New Study Suggests That 'Healthy Obesity' Can Still Lead To Cardiovascular Disease

A study shows that being healthy and obese doesn't mean a person can't have health issues later in life. The researchers of the team collected data on over 90,000 women in America, some claimed to not have health problems despite being overweight.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 1, 2018

Teen Diagnosed With Deadly Infection From Working Out 'Too Much'

A seventeen-year-old boy from Houston, Texas was hospitalized with a deadly infection that he contracted from lifting weights. The teen was diagnosed with Rhabdomyolysis, which can happen from exercising too much.

Public Health May 31, 2018

More Drivers Killed From Fatal Car Crashes Are Testing Positive For Marijuana And Opioids

New statistics show that more fatal car crashes are being caused by drugs, marijuana, and opioids. A 2016 statistics showed that at least 44 percent of drivers who died in crashes had some trace of drug in their system.

May 31, 2018

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