How To Help Reduce Chronic Back Pain

November 21, 2017 11:34 pm16 comments
How To Help Reduce Chronic Back Pain

At some point in time, everyone suffers from back pain. The 2nd most universal neurological disorder in the U.S. is back pain, and headaches being number one. If you suffer from back pain, you should have it properly checked out by your doctor. Here are some options for relief: 1. […]

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Two Must-Have Android Medical Apps

November 13, 2017 11:52 pm14 comments
Two Must-Have Android Medical Apps

Your smartphone should be your medical guide too. It should tell you what is your diabetes level and at what time you need to take medicine. Below are two must-have Android medical apps: WebMD Hypochondriacs can rejoice. WebMD is available for the Android platform — and it works even better […]

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Kids Getting Drunk With Hand Sanitizer: Study

November 11, 2017 11:27 pm7 comments
Kids Getting Drunk With Hand Sanitizer: Study

It is time for alert if your child use hand sanitizer. Yes, a six-year-old Nhaijah Russeell was reported to have swallowed about four squirts of it at school and she liked it as the taste was like a strawberry flavor. Well, there is more shocking to this. She had to […]

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What Is Mental Health?

October 24, 2017 11:02 pm13 comments
What Is Mental Health?

An emotional or cognitive well being is called mental health or a level of health where there is no clinical mental illness. From the point of view of holistic approach or a positive psychology mental health is actually individual’s ability to cope up with life’s pressure and enjoy life. It […]

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Scientists Grow Miniature Human Kidney From Skin Cells

October 22, 2017 1:50 pm9 comments
Scientists Grow Miniature Human Kidney From Skin Cells

A team of researchers in Melbourne have bioengineered kidney-like organs in laboratory from human skin cell. Details of the new research have been published in the latest edition of Nature journal. It writes the successfully developed kidney-like structure is about 5 millimetres across in size. The human kidney is of […]

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Suicide, Self-Harm Risk Increases After Weight-Loss Surgery: Study

October 19, 2017 11:43 pm1 comment
Suicide, Self-Harm Risk Increases After Weight-Loss Surgery: Study

Canadian researchers have found obese people who have undergone weight-loss operation have higher risk of self-harm injuries and suicides. Details of it are published in the JAMA Surgery journal titled Self-harm Emergencies After Bariatric Surgery. It writes those who have undergone the bariatric surgery to reduce weight are 50 percent […]

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