Treatment of Cancer

Courageous Careers: Joining the War on Cancer

  Fighting the war on cancer demands advanced education, practical experience, and unwavering determination. The exciting world of cancer treatment boasts a cornucopia of opportunities to fit your personal strengths and preferences... Read more »

Deadly Flu of 2018

It is currently February 17th 2018 and this flu season has been one of the worst to say the least. There have been a considerable amount of deaths in the both Children... Read more »

UCLA Psychiatrists Discover Link Between Autism And Schizophrenia In New Study

University of California doctors have successfully pinpointed a specific gene mutation responsible for various psychiatric disorders in a recently published study. Scientists are hopeful this discovery will lead to better diagnosis and... Read more »

The Effectiveness of the Flu Vaccine

During a special news conference that was held on Thursday, the federal health officials revealed that the flu vaccine is working better than expected. The vaccine is so far showing an effective... Read more »
Humanitarian Dr. Mark Holterman Leads In Change

Dr. Mark Holterman Expands Humanitarian Interests with IPSAC-VN

Dr. Mark Holterman is a practicing doctor, a tenured faculty member, and a successful businessman. With so much on his plate, some people might expect Holterman to slow down. Holterman, on the... Read more »

An Upcoming Feature By Apple Will Enable Users Access To Their Medical Records

There is a good probability health records will be available on Apple smartphones. There was a case where a physician changed his patients blood pressure medication. The problem was the man had... Read more »

Probiotics Can Help Atopic Dermatitis Patients, New Study Suggests

A new study out of Spain suggests daily probiotic supplementation could help reduce symptoms of the skin disorder atopic dermatitis (AD). Amazingly, researchers believe probiotics might be just as effective at managing... Read more »

Herpes Prevalence is on the Decline

Since we ushered the new millennium, researchers have noted the decrease in the prevalence of both oral HSV-1, and genital herpes HSV-2 simplex virus. However, about half of Americans in their prime... Read more »

Helpful Travel Exercise Options

Travel and Exercise Requirements It can seem difficult to prioritize physical fitness during travel. Travel makes people feel exhausted. Time zone changes can throw people and their schedules off, too. If you... Read more »

Olympians and Wellness Suggestions

Olympians are naturally some of the fittest and liveliest individuals on the planet. Athletes who have won gold medals in the Olympic games are particularly impressive. That’s the reason that people should... Read more »