Study Reveals High Expectations for Those with Poor Health Under Medicaid

Although most low-income families have the highest prevalence of health problems like smoking, depression, and obesity among others, a recent survey by Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index shows that majority in this group are... Read more »

Side Effects may Include Cancer

With all the modern day diseases and disorders, there is one that has been on the rise over the last few decades. As a result of poor eating, lack of exercise, or... Read more »

Strict Diet May Help Achieve Diabetes Remission

Type 2 diabetes is typically treated with medication, but a new study published in the Lancet medical journal provides evidence that diabetes remission can be achieved with a radical diet change. Researchers... 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 »

First Women In The United States Gives Birth With Transplanted Uterus

It was a first for the United States. A women born with no uterus received a successful uterine transplant last year at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas has come back... Read more »

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 »