Having ‘The Talk' With My 80-Something Dad
I was not prepared for the phone call from my father's skilled nursing facility asking for permission to provide him contraceptives.
3 days ago - NY Times
Young woman presents with unilateral eye discomfort
A 24-year-old African American woman with a medical history of right-sided Bell's palsy, hidradenitis suppurativa and borderline hypertension was referred to the...
3 days ago - Healio
Study: It is hard to determine women's menopausal age
Is it possible to investigate menopausal age, or not? In more than one in three women aged 50, the body provides no clear answer about the menopause, a University of Gothenburg...
7 days ago - News Medical
Feeling Sick After Taking the Morning-After Pill? Here's How Long the Symptoms Usually Last
The "morning-after pill" refers to a class of medications that can be taken after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. While there are several brands, there are only two types...
9 days ago - PopSugar
Contraception shortage 'causing utter chaos'
Experts say supply problems of key contraceptives could lead to unplanned pregnancies and abortions.
10 days ago - BBC
'Catastrophic' ongoing shortages of HRT and contraceptives are unacceptable
Tens of thousands of women are being harmed by 'catastrophic' shortages of HRT and contraception in the UK, campaigners warned today while demanding action from the Health...
10 days ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
Robotic search for drugs that block sperm motility
The hunt for the first male contraceptive pill is on, and scientists at Dundee University may have the needed tool to find it - a robotic screening system.
18 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Stopping sperm in its tracks: latest progress in the hunt for a male contraceptive
Researchers have developed an unrivaled, fully automated robotic screening system which allows them to rapidly test the effect of drugs and other chemicals on human sperm. The...
18 days ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Male contraceptive pill is one step closer after scientists make a 'breakthrough' in drug testing
Scottish researchers developed a robotic screening system which can rapidly assess how drug compounds effect human sperm. The team are looking for ones which block sperm motility.
19 days ago - Daily Mail - 3 articles
Which Birth Control Kills Your Sex Drive The Least? Here's The Answer
Doctors share how some contraception methods can affect your libido and what to do about it.
20 days ago - The Huffington Post
The headlines of Master Doctor
Age-related Macular Degeneration: Fresh Findings
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is urging people to protect themselves from vision loss from age-related macular degeneration by getting a baseline eye exam by age 40.
CATASTROPHIC ERROR: In just two days, thousands of potentially...
World health authorities are about to commit a gross error that could literally end up costing millions of lives. So far, 355 passengers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship...
U.S. military preparing to implement medical martial law due to coronavirus...
The Joint Chiefs of Staff has issued an executive order calling on the United States Northern Command to start preparing for a full-blown pandemic of the Wuhan coronavirus here...
5 Ways to Maximize the Benefits of HIIT without Injury or Overtraining
High-Intensity Interval Training is your ace in the hole for getting an effective workout in record time. Because you're working out at a high intensity, it takes less time to...
New Guidelines for Hepatic Failure
A new set of evidence-based recommendations for the management of liver failure is presented at the SCCM 49th Critical Care Congress. It assembles recommendations for critical...
Green Tea Extract Reduces Fatty Liver Disease
According to a recent study by Penn State researchers, Green tea extract combined with exercise, reduces fatty liver disease in mice.
Tiny Particles may Start Nonfatal Heart Attacks
A recent Yale study confirms something that has long been suspected -air pollution's small particles can play a role in severe heart disease.
Study Identifies States with Highest Rates of Melanoma Due to UV Radiation
New study finds that state-level incidence rates for UV-attributable melanoma ranged from 15 cases per 100,000 in Alaska to 65 cases per 100,000 in Hawaii.
Heartbreaking photo shows the moment distraught mother said final goodbye to...
EXCLUSIVE: Tammy Ireson, 39, from Norfolk, has shared a photo showing the moment she had to say goodbye to her 13-week-old son, Wilber, after switching off his life support...
Effectiveness of Travel Bans During Infectious Disease Outbreaks Mostly Unknown
New study reports that although travel bans are frequently used to stop the spread of an emerging infectious disease, the effectiveness of travel bans is mostly unknown.