Why Thanksgiving is the most dangerous holiday in America
Safety experts discuss with Daily Mail Online how to keep yourself safe during the Thanksgiving holiday from avoiding home cooking fires to being alert if you're driving to a...
37 minutes ago - Daily Mail
Report shows strong but uneven spending in medical and health R&D over five-year period in the U.S
Total U.S. investment in medical and health research and development in the U.S. grew by 27% over the five-year period from 2013 to 2017, led by industry and the federal...
5 hours ago - News Medical
Melamine and food health
Melamine was the biggest problem in the dog food recall a couple of weeks ago that was a result of dangerous dog food killing animals throughout north america. After that food...
8 hours ago - Fitness Tips for Life
Six Activities That Help You Get a Workout In
It's no secret that Americans don't get enough exercise. The numbers back this up as one study says that 23% of Americans don't exercise enough. However, with nootropics such...
10 hours ago - HealthWorks Collective - 2 articles
Weighty Concerns: Tackling Obesity in Patients With Rheumatic Diseases
It is no secret that America has a weight problem. Likewise, it is well known among rheumatologists that overweight and obesity can worsen diseases like knee osteoarthritis...
12 hours ago - Healio
'Asking about suicide doesn't cause suicide'
Suicide rates in America are rising, particularly among white, middle-aged men. This summer camp helps families deal with their grief.
14 hours ago - BBC
America's Health-Care System Is Making the Opioid Crisis Worse
Outside a liquor store in a rough part of Trenton, New Jersey, a one-eyed woman with sores on her face walked by, seemingly in a hurry. I asked if she used heroin, and when she...
19 hours ago - The Atlantic
MRI scans identify differences between Alzheimer's disease converters, non-converters
Researchers identified quantifiable differences between older adults who developed Alzheimer's disease and those who did not using diffusion weighted MRI. The study, presented...
20 hours ago - Healio
Take echinacea at the first signs of the flu
The purple coneflower is a flowering plant native to North America. Besides being attractive, it possesses powerful health-boosting abilities that make it a good potential...
23 hours ago - Natural News
Zavodnick Takes the Lead at Dermavant
Aesthetic industry veteran Todd Zavodnick has been appointed chief executive officer of Dermavant Sciences, a dermatology-focused subsidiary of Roivant Sciences. Zavodnick has...
1 day ago - Surgical Aesthetics Magazine
The headlines of Master Doctor
CDC Says Romaine Lettuce Is Not Safe To Eat Due To E.Coli Outbreak
Just go ahead and throw away all of the romaine lettuce - all of it The Centers for Disease Control is warning consumers about a fresh outbreak of E.coli linked to romaine...
Four-year-old was diagnosed with cancer after doctors dismissed his weeping...
Harri Cooke, from Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, was a happy toddler before his mum, Carly, 33, noticed he had a weeping eye. He was later diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma
Insulin Use May Increase by 2030 as Diabetes Rates Soar High
New study predicts that the world will need 20 percent more insulin by 2030 to treat Type 2 diabetes.
New Genetic Causes Associated with Abnormal Pregnancies, Miscarriages Identified
New study uncovers genetic causes linked to abnormal pregnancies and miscarriages. Scientists identified three novel genes that are responsible for recurrent molar pregnancies...
Novel Effective Hydrogel Can Help Heal Wounds Faster
Novel injectable hydrogels discovered can be a useful tool for facilitating wound healing much faster.
Sugar-sweetened Beverages are Harmful as Well as Addictive
Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages can be harmful to your health and may also be addictive, reveals a new study.
Brain Uses Two Clocks to Predict the Future
New study finds that we anticipate the time in two distinct parts of the brain, depending on the task at hand.
Tidy teenagers live longer, study finds
Scientists from the University of Rochester, New York, believe that untidiness as a teenager may set bad 'health habits' that 'wear and tear' on a person's immune system and...
The best of the ProBlogger Top 5 lists
As I mentioned yesterday there is a blog writing contest, well kind of a contest going on where people are writing articles on their top 5... whatever they want. I have...
Mom or Dad: Whose Lifestyle Changes Affect Their Child's Weight?
Mom and dad have a significant impact on their children's health and lifestyle. New study examines whether the father's or mother's lifestyle changes have a major impact on...