Increased Fish Consumption Could Reduce Risk Of MS

A new study conducted by the American Academy of Neurology suggests adding a moderate amount of omega-3 rich fish into a patient’s diet could significantly decrease their risk for developing multiple sclerosis... Read more »

US Congress Has Limited Time To Stabilize The Insurance Market

A bipartisan group of House members and US Senators have from last summer been working towards putting measures in place that would keep insurance premiums from sparring out of control which would... Read more »

Surveys Indicate That Trump Healthcare Will Inflate Premiums

Healthcare premiums are expected to go to the roof, and fewer Americans will afford it. All this is as a result of the latest moves and decisions taken by President Donald Trump... Read more »

Is Body Positivity Bad for You?

A recent column in The New York Times calls into question the growing popularity of body acceptance movements. These campaigns seek to normalize obesity and provide overweight individuals with more confidence by... Read more »

The Upsides and Downs of Wine Drinking

Throughout history, wine has been a favorite dinner drink for many. It’s a flavor that some people just can’t do without, especially when it’s time to unwind and bust out that nightcap... Read more »

Neurocore: The Safest and Most Effective Approach to Curing ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, better known as ADHD, is a condition that impacts millions of people from across the country. Childhood ADHD is especially prevalent. Not only can ADHD prevent a child... Read more »

Finding The Right Vaccine To Treat Influenza

Dr. Jonas Salk, an accomplished American medical researcher, created a vaccine designed to fight, if not cure, those who had been infected with poliomyelitis a disease that attacked the nervous system. More... Read more »

Patient Healthcare Reformations Through Light

A report yesterday published by Science Daily, explores the interest of healthcare professionals in the use of lights when treating patients. The expected outcomes of implementing the light technology will benefit patients... Read more »

Four Pound Tumor Removed from a New Delhi Man’s Brain

Recently, a New Delhi man named Sanlal Pal had a four-pound tumor removed from his brain. Dr. Trimurti Nadkarni was the surgeon who performed the operation at BYL Nair Charitable Hospital. Dr.... Read more »

ANTIDEPRESSANTS – A REPORT OF WHAT WORKS

Doctors have difficulty selecting medications for people who don’t get it. Things get mixed up. Severity of symptoms and gender are characteristics that contribute to conflict of interest at the doctor. So... Read more »