Should Human Feces Be Regulated Like a Drug?
For the past several years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been trying to figure out how to regulate human feces. Fecal transplants are an almost miraculously...
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Lower Your Odds of Getting Dementia
The number of people with dementia is growing. The mind-robbing disease has no cure, but research shows how you may be able to lower your chances of having it.
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Can Anticholinergic Drugs Increase Risk of Dementia?
Commonly prescribed anticholinergic drugs are used to treat various conditions like depression, Parkinson's disease and seizures, may now increase the risk of dementia if used...
PET Scan can Detect Heart Disease Risk Factors in Sleep Apnea Patients
Obstructive sleep apnea can lead to high blood pressure, stroke, chronic heart failure and other cardiovascular problems. Therefore, patients with OSA, should receive PET...
Good Bacteria may Prevent or Reverse Food Allergy
New species of bacteria identified in the human infant gut can protect against food allergies, finds a new study.
Air Pollution can Put You at Risk of Hypertension
Exposure to air pollution and living in apartment buildings increases your risk of developing hypertension. However, living in green spaces and natural environments can help...
Project Veritas bombshell: Google engaged in massive censorship effort to...
Once again we have the intrepid investigative journalists at Project Veritas to thank for exposing the biggest election scandal of 2020 thus far that has nothing at all to do...
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Our team at the London Breast Institute published a study in 2007 in the Current Medical Research and Opinion journal which showed that women who live in Central London have...
Boy, 1, thriving after groundbreaking surgery in the WOMB to treat spina bifida
When Charley's condition first became apparent on the 13-week scan, California sweethearts Lexi and Joshuwa Royer were advised to consider abortion. But they heard about a new...
Baby Formula Sold at Walmart Recalled
Metal pieces were found in one lot of this product, which includes at least 23,388 containers.
New data identifies specific bacterial strain to boost athletic performance
A strain of Veillonella atypica isolated from marathon runners may boost endurance and running performance â for mice at least â according to a new study by scientists from...
Twin boys delivered at 24 WEEKS who needed brain and heart surgery to...
Lochlan Timothy and Lex Anthony O'Malley were born four months early on July 18, 2017, in Washington. Doctors warned their parents the odds were against them, but they survived.