New Treatment Uses Fecal Bacteria

A strain of bacteria called C. difficile is responsible for over 10,000 deaths each year in the United States alone. These stomach bacteria cause vomiting, cramps, fever, and diarrhea severe enough to... Read more »
Signs of meningitis by Dr. Saad Saad

How to Detect and Prevent Meningitis in Infants, According to Dr. Saad Saad

Meningitis is a potentially dangerous infection that is most common among infants under two months old, according to Dr. Saad Saad. Meningitis is most often caused by a virus or bacteria that... Read more »

Prisons Are Making The Switch To Electronic Healthcare Systems

The prisons in South Carolina have made the switch to health care driven by technology to improve public safety and save money. The prisons were using a 1980’s electronic system combined with... Read more »

More Deaths Reported From E. Coli Outbreak

An additional four deaths have reported this Friday from a crop of romaine lettuce that is believed to be tainted with a dangerous strain of E. coli bacteria. This latest report from... Read more »

American Cancer Society New Guidelines For Colon And Rectal Cancer Screening

The American Cancer Society has set new guidelines for when men should be screened for colon and rectal cancer. Previously, it was believed that men should begin getting screened as early as... Read more »

Leading the Fight Against Blindness: Sightsavers Confronts Trachoma

According to the Royal National Institute of Blind¬†(RNIB), nearly 4.1 million individuals in the UK will suffer from sight loss by 2050. Other research indicates that nearly 100 people in the UK... Read more »

Obese women are no longer safe

Obesity is regarded to be the most common medical condition, especially among US women. It entails accumulation of body fat around the stomach and feet areas. Obesity poses a health hazard as... Read more »

The Impact Of System Expansions On The Healthcare Sector

Current investigations have revealed the healthcare environment has made system expansions that are clearly affecting the safety of the patients and the quality of the clinical care received. These effects are especially... Read more »

Congress Scared of the AMA

The American Medical Association (AMA) is in opposition to Congress’ efforts to control the use and prescription of opioids, reports Its advocates are opposing measures and recommendations of the Center for... Read more »

Dentistry And Health Insurance

With medical bills and out-of-pocket payments spiraling out of control in the United States visiting private health specialists is not an option for many individuals. Despite the government introducing the Medicare advantage... Read more »