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Three Women Lose Vision After Unproven Stem Cell Injection Into Eyes; Lack Of FDA Regulation Encourages Mushrooming Of Stem Cell Clinics?

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 17, 2017 07:13 PM EDT

The government has to come forward to regulate the trials and treatments under the name of stem cells.

U.S. Doctors Warn About Potential Effects Of Climate Change; Says It Makes People Sick; Children And Elders Most Vulnerable

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 16, 2017 11:19 AM EDT

The efforts to control the use of fossil fuels is still in the primary stage, and it is alarming.

Black Men Are Perceived Stronger And Taller Than White Counterparts; Data Of Study Shows Otherwise

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 15, 2017 12:07 PM EDT

The shootings have raised widespread protest across the country, and the new findings might help police to find a solution.

Baby Injuries Mostly Related To Baby Products According To A Study; Products Include Cribs, Carriers And Strollers

By Carrie Winters - Mar 14, 2017 07:21 AM EDT

There has been an increase of baby injuries in the past years. A new study indicates that these injuries had been related to baby products.

A New Theory On Jane Austen's Death May Be Arsenic Poisoning According To A Research

By Carrie Winters - Mar 13, 2017 06:06 AM EDT

Jane Austen may have died because of arsenic poisoning according to a new research. The author died when she was 41 years old and had been open about her poor eyesight.

Gleevec Pill Keeps Cancer Patients Alive For More Than 10 Years, New Study Says; Who Gets To Benefit The Most?

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 10, 2017 07:15 PM EST

Though there are a number of new cancer pills come to market, many of them are expensive.

Daylight Saving Time Starts Sunday; DST Not Beneficial For People With Sleep Disorder? Texas Files Bill Not To Follow DST

By Carrie Winters - Mar 10, 2017 04:47 PM EST

Daylight Saving Time resumes this Sunday at 2 a.m. This means that there will be an hour forward jump of the time.

Research Shows That An Old Technique Can Significantly Improve Memory Power; Association Is Key?

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 09, 2017 07:23 PM EST

The method of loci is highly useful when people wanted to recollect too many things.

Losing Weight Now Socially Acceptable? Study Shows Lesser Number Of Overweight Adults Try To Lose Weight

By Carrie Winters - Mar 09, 2017 05:30 AM EST

A recent study has been reported that there are less overweight American adults trying to lose weight.The reason may be is that society does not mind anymore regarding an individual's weight.

Well-being Survey Result Is Out; Which U.S. Communities Are Included In The Best And Worst Performing Cities

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 08, 2017 06:37 PM EST

The beach cities are found to be topped in the list of Community Well-Being Index.

Newly Discovered Genes That Affect Autism; Each Gene Helps Explain How Autism Works

By Carrie Winters - Mar 08, 2017 05:30 AM EST

There are 18 newly discovered genes that are linked to autism. This has been researched through DNA scan and the study has been published on the Nature Neuroscience.

Soy And Cancer: Recent Study Confirms That It Can Reduce The Risk Of Some Cancers; How Effective Is It?

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 07, 2017 03:56 PM EST

Soy is an excellent nutritional choice for everyone, however, discussion on health effects are ongoing.

Children Die Each Year Because Of Air Pollution According To WHO; Sanitation And Poverty Part Of The Reasons

By Carrie Winters - Mar 07, 2017 06:48 AM EST

A recent report released by the World Health Organization (WHO) indicates that there are 1.7 million children that die of pollution each year. Air pollution is specifically one of the causes of these deaths.

FDA Approves Noctiva To Prevent Urination At Night Time: Nasal Spray For Adults The Solution?

By Carrie Winters - Mar 06, 2017 05:30 AM EST

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved of a certain drug that can minimize urination at night time. Noctiva nasal spray can prevent frequent urination at night.

Women With Zika Have 20 Times Risk Of Delivering Child With Birth Defect

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 03, 2017 02:21 PM EST

Widespread birth defects are raising an alarm on the remedial steps against Zika.

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