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Getting A Divorce Can Potentially Be Harmful For A Person's Health

A new study shows that people who were divorced or separated are more likely to suffer from health problems. Participants who were divorced and did not remarry are at a higher risk of dying at an early age.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 31, 2018

New Study Suggests That A Woman's Voice Becomes 'Deeper' After Giving Birth To Her First Child

A team of researchers has discovered that women, who have just given birth to their first child, experience voice change. The team noted that this is only a temporary effect that lasts for about a year.

Public Health May 30, 2018

Astronaut Ordered Pizza While On Space Shuttle So It Could Be 'Hot And Ready' When He Landed

An astronaut decided to order pizza while his space shuttle is on its descent to earth. The astronaut recalled the story after the screening of the National Geographic documentary, "One Strange Rock".

Space May 30, 2018

South African Man Who Claims To Be 114 Years Old Wants To Finally Quit Smoking

A man from South Africa who is claiming to be 114 years old wants to finally quit smoking. He claimed that he couldn't overcome his addiction to smoking because of the "devil".

Healthy Living/Wellness May 30, 2018

American Cancer Society Suggests Colon Cancer Screenings To Begin At Age 45 To Prevent Early Deaths

The American Cancer Society created new guidelines and recommendations related to colon cancer. This comes after the alarming rise of the condition among younger adults.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 30, 2018

Aerobic Exercising Can Help Treat Addictions To Alcohol And Drugs, A New Study Suggests

A new study shows that aerobic exercising can help combat a person's addiction to drugs and alcohol. This particular exercise also helps reduce stress and depression as well as many physical health issues.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 29, 2018

Hot Dogs Vs. Hamburgers, Which Is Better For You To Eat?

Is a hot dog a healthier option than a hamburger? Experts have broken down the number of calories and sodium in each of these summer classic foods and the answer may be surprising.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 29, 2018

Woman Diagnosed With Skin Cancer Refuses To Stop Her Addiction To Sun Tanning

A 51-year-old woman who was diagnosed with skin cancer continues to suntan. The woman claimed she is 'addicted' to brown skin and used very little protection in the past when she would sunbathe.

Public Health May 29, 2018

1 in 25 Children In England Have Been Classified As 'Severely Obese'

In England, the amount of children who have become obese has doubled according to new data. Children between the ages of 10-11 years old are at risk of having their adult lives cut short due to their excessive weight gain.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 29, 2018

Colors And Patterns A Person Chooses For Clothing May Indicate Weight Problems, New Study Suggests

A new study suggests that people who are overweight may choose certain colors and patterns for their clothing. Women who are considered to be overweight tend to wear stripes and polka dots, while men wear black or white trousers.

Public Health May 29, 2018

Is The Nordic Diet Better Than The Mediterranean Diet? Experts Claim This Diet Is Better And More Affordable

Experts from the World Health Organization have suggested a new inexpensive diet for people to try. The Nordic Diet is based on foods from Scandinavia that are high in fiber and can lower diseases.

Public Health May 26, 2018

Kansas Mom Battling Breast Cancer Delivered Healthy Baby Despite Doctor's Persistence To Have Abortion

A woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer days after finding out she was pregnant decided not to have an abortion. The Kansas native gave birth to a healthy baby boy in 2017.

Public Health May 26, 2018

Machine That Treats Sleep Apnea May Help Increase Sexual Performance In Women

A new study shows that the regular use of the CPAP device that treats obstructive sleep apnea increased the sex drive among women. OSA affects 22 million people in the United States and 1.5 million people in Britain.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 25, 2018

Young Women In America Are More Likely To Get Lung Cancer Than Men

A new study shows that young American women are more at risk to develop lung cancer. The data collected during the study showed a decline of the disease among men.

Public Health May 25, 2018

24-Year-Old Brazilian Model Who Documented Her Yearlong Battle With Stomach Cancer Dies

An Instagram model who would update her fans on her battle with stomach cancer passed away. The 24-year-old was diagnosed in 2017 and was hoping new treatment would save her life.

Public Health May 25, 2018

New Discovery Suggests That Sweet Potatoes Are From Asia, Not America

A team of researchers claimed to have discovered a fossil leaf that is from the same plant family as sweet potatoes in Asia. The team suggested that sweet potatoes may not be from America after all.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 24, 2018

Loneliness Or Social Isolation Can Lead To An Early Death For People With Heart Failure, New Study Suggests

A new study showed that people who suffer from heart failure and feel lonely are at a greater risk of a premature death. The study noted that people who felt connected to others but had a similar diagnosis where not at risk.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 24, 2018

FDA Warns Parents About The Dangers Of Using Teething Medicines On Babies, Wants Them Discontinued

The Food and Drug Administration is warning parents to stop using teething medicines on infants. Health officials claim that an ingredient in these products could lead to dangerous side effects for babies.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 24, 2018

U.S. Life Expectancy Drops As Death Rate Continues To Grow

According to the CDC, the U.S. life expectancy rate has dropped for the third-straight year in 2017. The death rates apparently rose due to certain diseases, including the flu and pneumonia.

Public Health May 24, 2018

Standing Too Close To A BBQ Grill Could Expose Skin To Dangerous Chemicals That Can Cause Cancer

A new study conducted in China showed that exposure to the smoke of a barbecue grill could be dangerous. Researchers noted that hazardous chemical carcinogens produced from the smoke of the grill can get into people's skin.

Public Health May 23, 2018

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