Four Pound Tumor Removed from a New Delhi Man’s Brain

Recently, a New Delhi man named Sanlal Pal had a four-pound tumor removed from his brain. Dr. Trimurti Nadkarni was the surgeon who performed the operation at BYL Nair Charitable Hospital. Dr.... Read more »

ANTIDEPRESSANTS – A REPORT OF WHAT WORKS

Doctors have difficulty selecting medications for people who don’t get it. Things get mixed up. Severity of symptoms and gender are characteristics that contribute to conflict of interest at the doctor. So... Read more »

A Risk Worth Taking

As the chief government affairs officer of a national financial services trade association, I see Washington DC politics – warts and all – from the window of an office overlooking Pennsylvania Avenue,... Read more »
Jason Hope Supports Anti Aging Medical Research

Jason Hope Continues to Support Rejuvenation Biotechnologies

Rejuvenation Biotechnologies are promising to give us what a lot of people hope to have one day: eternal youth. The SENS Foundation has been working on this issue for several years, and... Read more »
Mark Mofid San Diego Research

Mark Mofid’s Impactful Research On Breast Implants

Does the Type of Breast Implant Procedure Impact the Outcome? This was the question posed in a study conducted by Dr. Mark Mofid, a plastic surgeon in La Jolla, California. The purpose of... Read more »
Oncotarget has done huge amounts of researching the field of cancer, aging, and cell biology.

Advances in Cancer Research: Oncotarget’s Path to Progress

An immense, multifaceted field, cancer research takes a variety of forms and is performed by countless researchers representing a plethora of scientists in both the medical and social sciences, working in such... Read more »
Treatment and Therapy

TMS Therapy Making Strides for Those Who Suffer From Clinical Depression

If you suffer from treatment-resistant depression, TMS therapy could be the answer to your prayers.   Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has been gaining ground as a therapy for a treatment-resistant depression (TRD)... Read more »

Staying Fit in the Wintertime

Brutal wintertime temperatures often encourage people to dodge exercise sessions and hide inside. People should never use temperature as an excuse to not stay physically fit, however. If you’re planning on exercising... Read more »

New Blood Test could Diagnose Autism in Children

A group of doctors at the University of Warwick claims to have discovered a link between autism and damage to proteins in the blood plasma. The same group then developed both a... Read more »

Depression: Its Effect on Women at the Workplace

Women who have fatigue, anxiety, stress and depressions have more chances of being injured or hurt while they are at work. This is shown in the circulated Journal of Occupational and Environmental... Read more »