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Ability to stay engaged in conversation could help ward off dementia, study suggests
An ongoing yellow fever outbreak in Africa has global health and infectious diseases experts concerned. The virus is mosquito-borne and can be deadly. WebMD has the details.
Scientists spot a molecular signal controlling skin and hair color
Study found risk for a leading cause of premature birth began below EPA standards
Study examines how food and medications affect makeup of bacteria in people's tummies
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has released a new interim report that measures antimicrobial resistance in Salmonella isolated from raw retail meat and poultry collected through the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS).
Study found 60 seconds of intense exercise as effective as 45 minutes of moderate exertion
Vomiting, breathing problems, lethargy, unconsciousness result from pirate pills laced with fentanyl.
Danish study finds a correlation, but patients shouldn't worry unduly, experts say
Critics Call on FDA to Ban Concentrated Caffeine
(NaturalNews) A significant new report confirmed what scores of legal reform advocates have long suspected – that the decades-old "war on drugs" that was begun in the early 1970s has been a monumental failure in that it has had no influence whatsoever on reducing the level of...
(NaturalNews) It was a goal of Adolf Hitler, and it is a term that today's researchers don't really like to use, but eugenics – the effort to scientifically create a sort of "master race" or super-human – still exists today and, as it turns out, Britain is taking the lead...
(NaturalNews) While EPA staff members working with the agency's top climate expert, John C. Beale, believed that Beale was involved in undercover CIA operations that often necessitated his absence from work, the reality was that Beale was making the entire story up. He never worked...
(NaturalNews) Although antibiotics have helped humanity prevent bacterial infections in the short-term, their overuse and misuse have spurred major health problems in the long-term. Many infections have evolved resistance to antibiotics, giving rise to the dawn of superbugs. As a...
(NaturalNews) Chronic overuse of antibiotics around the world has led to a phenomenon of traditional medicine's making: The very drugs developed to battle bacterial infections are actually making bacteria stronger and unresponsive to antibiotic therapy.As reported by Med Page...
(NaturalNews) Plastic water bottles may seem the perfect, convenient way to keep you hydrated on the go. Unfortunately, many of us do not realize that these bottles are only used once, and then take over a thousand years to degrade.In the U.S, only 31 percent of all plastic water...
(NaturalNews) When you are diagnosed with cancer at a childbearing age, your ability to have children may be at risk. While this may be the least of your concerns when something as dramatic as cancer turns your life upside down, it is worth thinking about.Whether you already have...
(NaturalNews) Digestive diseases affect 60 to 70 million people in the U.S., with about 22 million having symptoms severe enough to require hospitalization, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. One of the more common digestive disorders...
(NaturalNews) Evidence continues to emerge that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has mounted a sustained campaign of harassment and intimidation against its own scientists, in an effort to suppress data the agency considers politically problematic – particularly that...
(NaturalNews) Once upon a time, ancient civilizations carried out ritualistic human sacrifices in order to placate the gods and keep the lower class at bay. Forms of human sacrifice included drowning, bludgeoning, strangulation, burning, decapitation and being crushed beneath a newly...
(NaturalNews) The recent news that a number of non-GMO foods were found to be saturated with glyphosate weedkiller caught many people by surprise and left a lot of us wondering exactly how this could happen.As reported on April 20 by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, on Natural News...
(NaturalNews) In case you hadn't heard, there is something going on at the Harvard University campus that isn't supposed to happen: There is a widening outbreak of mumps, and all the students who have contracted the disease thus far had already been vaccinated for the disease.As...
(NaturalNews) I've learned a lot about vitamin C over the last few years, and I wanted to share my latest findings as a food research scientist running a world-class laboratory (CWClabs.com, which is now very close to achieving ISO 17025 accreditation). For the record, I'm also the...
Childhood obesity rates continue to rise in the U.S.Rates of childhood obesity continue to rise in the U.S. since 1999. Researchers found that one-third of children aged two to 19 years old are overweight, nearly one-quarter are obese, and over two percent are severely obese. Lead researcher Asheley …The post Childhood obesity rates continue to rise in the U.S. appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
Norovirus is a costly illnessNorovirus is a costly illness, with associated healthcare expenses accumulating to nearly four billion dollars a year worldwide. Furthermore, the price tag skyrockets when you account for lost productivity and other societal costs, stacking up to $64 billion. The findings …The post Norovirus is a costly illness appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
 
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