Monthly Archives: September 2017

Breast Cancer: Early Detection & Screening Is Key—and It Is Not Just for Women

“October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Now is a good reminder to check in with your healthcare professional and make sure you are paying attention to… Read More »

Eyeball Tattoo Leaves Model In Pain And Partially Blind

To understand the dangers of sclera tattooing, you have to understand the structures and layers of the eye and their function. Read More »

Michigan mom says she could face jail time for not vaccinating her son

Rebecca Bredow, of the Detroit area, told ABC News that she would “absolutely” rather go to jail than vaccinate her son. “I would rather go to jail for standing up for what I believe in than vaccinating my child,” Bredow said, adding she believes the decision to vaccinate your child is a “personal… Read More …

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DNA surgery on embryos removes disease

A Chinese team corrected the potentially fatal blood disorder beta-thalassemia. Read More »

Bad news: Bed bugs like the smell of your dirty laundry

And other horrifying facts. Read More »

America’s STD Epidemic: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea & Syphilis Cases on the Rise

Instead of signs of lung cancer, doctors found a tiny plastic toy traffic cone the man had received on his seventh birthday Read More »

Former World’s Heaviest Woman Eman Ahmed Dies In Abu Dhabi

Eman Ahmed is the world`s heaviest woman who underwent weightloss surgery in Mumbai this year. Just a week before she celebrated her 37th birthday and passed away in Abu Dhabi on Monday. Read More »

New STD cases hit record high in US, CDC says

In 2016, Americans were infected with more than 2 million new cases of gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia, the highest number ever reported, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Read More »

US pays high price for obesity

Lifetime costs from medical care and lost wages add up to a high price tag, according to new research Read More »

After 15 years in vegetative state, man responds to nerve stimulation

After neurosurgeons implanted a vagus nerve stimulator in his chest, a 35-year-old who has been in a vegetative state for 15 years showed signs of consciousness. Read More »