Family Member With One Cancer Puts You At Risk To All Cancers
July 26th, 2013

What the below research has highlighted is the fact that sometimes for those who have a family member with one cancer the chance of another cancer could be increased.

pain killers
CDC Reports 400% Rise In Prescription Painkiller Overdose Deaths In Women
July 3rd, 2013

Center for Disease Control / Prevention officials are looking into whether doctors are putting their female patients on prescription painkillers all too often after an alarming rise in the number of pain-killer overdose deaths in women.

Study Finds Heart Failure Can Result from Excess Sugar
June 24th, 2013

Too much sugar consumption can add to your heart troubles, as per a published study by researchers of the University of Texas (UTHealth). This holds true especially for diabetics or people suffering from high blood pressure levels.

cancer cells
Scientists Identify How Cancer Cells Spread
June 18th, 2013

The scientists at the University of London have discovered how cancer propagates or spreads in the body. They have identified a method called the chase / run by which the healthy tissues follow the unhealthy ones.

F.D.A. Approved Xgeva for Treating Giant Cell Tumor of Bones
June 14th, 2013

FDA has approved Xgeva for the treatment of giant cell tumor of the bone. FDA prioritized its approval procedure as there was no major treatment for GCTB. GCTB usually has an effect on grownups aged between 20 – 40 years.

Artificial pancreas
Artificial Pancreas Ably Mimics Blood Sugar Control Mechanism Of Human Bodies
June 12th, 2013

The progress made in the development of artificial pancreas is one of optimism. Those with type 1 diabetes can make use of this system at night to stabilize their blood sugar levels. The final results will be published before the end of this year.

alzheimers and dementia
Worldwide Researches and Their Conclusions on Alzheimer’s and Dementia
June 6th, 2013

Over the years there have been multiple studies in the field of medicine to find a cure for Alzheimer’s. Given here is a list of 8 researches all across the globe and their findings in treating or curing Alzheimer’s disease.

sexually transmitted infections
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea on the Rise in Britain
June 5th, 2013

Britain has seen a substantial rise in people affected with sexually transmitted infections like Chlamydia and gonorrhea. PHE officials say it is largely due to the rise in STI testing in recent times; however there are few that believe that promiscuous activities amongst teenagers are on the rise.

online dating and marriages
Online Dating And Marriages May Be More Satisfying And Stable
June 4th, 2013

A survey by an online dating agency has found that those who met on the internet and later married had a greater possibility of staying married and of being happier. Although many experts who study marriages have called this research debatable, it is good news for the younger generation.

Chocolate Crawings
Overcome Chocolate Craving By Simply Focusing On Your Thoughts
June 3rd, 2013

Chocoholics can now heave a sigh of relief as experts have devised a plan called as cognitive defusion that helps keep the chocolate addicts off it. The survey proved that those who successfully did cognitive defusion could stay off chocolates much longer.

food addiction
Study Links Food Addictions in Women to Childhood Physical and Sexual Abuse
June 1st, 2013

Women who have been physically or sexually assaulted during their childhood or teen years are more likely to binge on foods and be addicted to it, as per a new study published in the journal Obesity, the details of which are given here.

approved drugs
FDA Approves 2 GlaxoSmithKline Drugs for Specific Melanoma Treatment
May 30th, 2013

Tafinlar and Mekinist, by GlaxoSmithKline, were approved by the FDA for treating melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer. These drugs aim at treating patients who have certain BRAF gene mutations. The revenue estimates and side effects are also given here.

Swine Flu
U.S. Officials Worried On How Swine Flu Virus Crossed Into U.S. Borders
May 29th, 2013

Government agencies, both federal and state, are perplexed on how the swine flu virus PDEV entered the U.S borders despite their stringent measures to keep it outside their national perimeters. This issue raises concern on the US food security.

FDA Issues More Descriptive Norms on Sunscreens
May 28th, 2013

FDA has come up with new requisites for sunscreen makers to print on their label which will inform the user more about the product. Sunscreen makers will not be allowed to print vague and incorrect details about their products.

Women's Mental Health
Stress Puts Women’s Mental Health More At Risk Than Men’s
May 24th, 2013

Women have to fit many shoes in her day to day life and this puts her more at risk to stress than working men as per a book published. Failure in any aspect of her life may trigger the path of depression and anxiety in the woman.