Why Is Health & Medical Becoming Important

Today, more people are concerned about the way the look, are opting for body modifications, relying on medicine, and attempting to use medicine to live longer. Body modification is extremely popular and... Read more »

Stopping An Insidious Disease

In the past few years a much prescribed medication has damaged thousands of people’s lives. Opioids are often prescribed for pain. Unfortunately they are addictive and can lead to more harmful substances... Read more »

Cancer Treatment Different For Teens

A young girl heard what she thought was a gun go off inside her home when she was 15. She went to see if her father had heard it, but he acted... Read more »

Are Booze Trailers the Answer to Healthcare for Alcoholics?

Booze trailers in England are becoming more commonplace as officials in Newcastle, Cardiff, Manchester and Bristol implement these trailers financed by the National Health Services as opposed to having people who have... Read more »

Repairing “Smokers Lungs” with a Healthy Diet

It is well known that smoking can have extremely detrimental effects on your lungs. Along with smoking, there is a natural deterioration of organs every human being will experience with age. It... Read more »

Video Gaming Will Join the List of Mental Disorders In 2018

Reports indicate that in 2018, The World Health Organization will include video gaming to the list of mental disorders. The abnormality will be dubbed “gaming disorder” and added to the International Classification... Read more »

An Employee Of An Assisted Living Facility Faces Prison After Providing Marijuana To A Multiple Sclerosis Patient

The long standing issue regarding marijuana use has now come to Walworth County. Accusations are pending involving an employee accused of giving one of the residents marijuana to help with the symptoms... Read more »

Hospitals Are Being Penalized For Below Standard Care Regarding Complications

The University of Kansas Hospital and Truman Medical Center are both receiving one percent penalties for their Medicare reimbursements. They are among 751 hospitals below standards for decreasing the number of preventable... Read more »

Why Cancer Often Reoccurs

Cancer is a disease that often reoccurs in survivors. A famous example of a cancer reoccurrence is that of United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was diagnosed with colon... Read more »

States Currently Deciding On Measures To Take Concerning Children’s Insurance Program

Congress has failed to renew the funding Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). States are coming to grips with the inaction on Congress’s part. The real decision has been postponed until January, but... Read more »