Nasal Spray containing Ketamine Molecule Could Provide Depression Sufferers With Fast Relief

Suicide is reported to be the tenth leading cause of death in America according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. AFSP explains further that more than 44,000 Americans take their own... Read more »

Night Owls Have More Health Issues Than Early-Risers, New Study Suggests

A new study out of the UK reveals that people who go to bed late and wake up in the afternoon (aka night owls) are far more likely to develop life-threatening illnesses... Read more »
Sussex Healthcare: Celebrating 25 Years of Care

Sussex Healthcare: Celebrating 25 Years of Care

For over two decades Sussex Healthcare has been providing care to elderly and other adults in need of specialised care. It operates facilities on the southern coast of England . Its two... Read more »
TMS Therapy

TMS Health Solutions approach to Clinical Depression

Clinical depression or Major Depressive disorder is the second greatest cause of disability with an estimated 350 million people being affected worldwide. This debilitating disorder causes symptoms beyond just feeling blue. Some... Read more »

Health – High Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure Patients And Their Doctors Discussion Brought On By Drug Tests According to research, patients who have been given blood pressure medications are not taking them as prescribed by their... Read more »
Dr. Johanan Rand Finds Treatment to Help End Aging

The End of Aging with Dr. Dov Rand

  Dr. Dov Rand is a rehabilitation and physical medicine specialist and co-founder of Healthy Aging Medical Centers. He co-founded this facility in 2010, and his company now has five locations spread... Read more »

Study Finds Physical Activity Reduces Risks of Hereditary Heart Disease

We know that exercise is good for the heart, but new research findings suggest that heart health may even be improved through exercise, where there’s a genetic predisposition for cardiovascular disease. In... Read more »

Researchers Study The Health Effects Of Being A Night Owl

A recent study published in Chronology International suggests that being a night owl can prove detrimental to an individual’s health. The study was co-led by Kristen Knutson, who works at the Northwestern... Read more »

Gene Affecting Belly Fat Increases Diabetes Risk

The Center for Disease Control reports that nearly one in ten Americans are presently diabetic. This total amounts to more than 30 million people. Risk factors that have been known to increase... Read more »

Misericordia University of Pennsylvania Receives A Grant For A New Medical Bachelor’s Degree

Misericordia University of Pennsylvania announced they had plans for a Bachelor’s degree program nearly 23 months ago. This would be the only medical and health program of this type available. The program... Read more »