Medical Students Training To Recognize Effects of Climate Change

Climate change presents a public health threat. Approximately 24 medical schools are training health care practitioners seeing patients with illnesses and conditions related to climate change. Unfortunately. many schools training doctors, nurses... Read more »

New Study Shows That Some One-Quarter Of Young Americans Are Diagnosed With Prediabetes

The United States has long been known as one of the most overweight countries on planet Earth for many years now. As a matter of fact, Americans’ diets are so unhealthy that... Read more »

Family Physicians Turn Into Pot Doctors Now That Medicine Recognizes The Famous Weed

The House passed a measure in September that will protect banks that handle money for companies selling marijuana. That move shows the nation thinks pot is no longer a fringe issue. The... Read more »

Superbugs Spreading Faster Than Medications Can Fight Them

Many people contract viruses or different types of bacteria each day. However, there are superbugs that are resistant to antibiotics and other drugs that are responsible for the death of at least... Read more »

Potential Health Benefits Of Alcohol

Many people have been well-informed regarding the potential dangers of excessive alcohol intake. However, individuals might not be aware that, when consumed in moderation, alcoholic beverages might elicit certain health benefits. Healthcare... Read more »

Getting Tired Easy Might Mean Heart Issues

There are many people who complain about getting tired very easily. These people will often think that their lack of energy is being caused by not getting enough sleep. However, that might... Read more »

New Study Finds That The Children Of Pregnant Mothers Who Consume More Fluoride Have Lower IQ Scores

Fluoride is an element that is found all throughout nature. For many years, fluoride has added to public water supplies in developed nations because the element has been proven to improve dental... Read more »
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How Meditation Changes Our Brains According to Neurocore

In 2005, the Dalai Lama visited the United States. On that occasion, he gave a speech at the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting in Washington. Over the past few years, the Dalai... Read more »

Could ART Therapy Help PTSD Sufferers?

With its combination of therapeutic techniques involving eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), accelerated resolution therapy (ART) is quickly gaining traction among a large subset of mental... Read more »

Drug To Improve Sexual Desire In Premenopausal Women Approved by The FDA

Drug regulators in the United States made it known on Friday that they have approved drugs from Amag Pharmaceuticals and Palatin Technologies that will address the loss of sexual desire in premenopausal... Read more »