An Unusual Number Of Hepatitis A Cases In Michigan Have Resulted In An Emergency Hotline

Due to the large number of Hepatitis A cases in southeast Michigan, a hotline has been established by the Genesee County Health Department. The health department issued a statement confirming eight cases... Read more »

Early-Stage Parkinson’s Slowed by Intense Exercise

Despite its discovery in the 1800’s and advanced understanding of the underlying pathological issues in the 20th century, comparatively little advancement has been made in finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease. The... Read more »

Harsh Flu Season Ahead

This year the flu season will be unusually harsher than previous years. Although these seasons are hard to predict, scientists use the Southern Hemisphere in places like Australia to make educated guesses... Read more »

2017 Flu Vaccine Proving Only 10 Percent Effective

Doctors across North America are seeing a sharp rise in the number of flu cases already this year. This has caused some to sound the alarm that this year’s flu vaccine may... Read more »

The Flu is No Fluke

Often when people hear the flu they think about coughing, feeling very heated, having breathing problems and a running nose but unfortunately for some people, it can lead to much worst. Death!!!... 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 »
Dr. David Samadi breaks down new hypertension guidelines

Dr. David Samadi Discusses New Guidelines for Hypertension

High blood pressure or hypertension now has a new definition. The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology recently introduced the public to new guidelines for this condition. For many... Read more »

Antibiotic Apocalypse Ain’t No Joke! Dr. Mark McKenna Helps Us Takes A Look

We’ve reached a tipping point in medicine, sounded by the WHO (World Health Organization) very recently. The over-use and misuse of antibiotics in animals and humans is contributing to the rising threat... Read more »

Canadian Toddler Can Only Eat Peaches,

A 23-month-old Montreal child with severe food allergies and DiGeorge syndrome can only eat organic peaches. Micah Gabriel Masson Lopez was diagnosed with the syndrome of food-induced enterocolitis (SEIPA) at the age... Read more »

Alberta Study Using Fecal Capsules to Treat C. Difficile

Clinical trials in Alberta have shown that C. difficile can be effectively treated by oral fecal transfer. Fecal transfer, also known as fecal transplantation and fecal transplantation, involves taking the stool of... Read more »