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Being Bullied at Work May Affect Your Heart
Bullying and violence at the workplace raise the risk of heart diseases, finds a new study.
Noise Pollution in Hospitals Affecting Patients Ability to Rest, Heal and...
Noise pollution in hospitals is a rising issue as it is regularly exceeding international recommendations, according to a new study.
Here's Why You Need Reverse Flys in Your Strength Training Routine
Reverse flys are a simple exercise you can do with a pair of dumbbells or a pair of resistance bands. It's an exercise that doesn't get as much emphasis as other...
Epinephrine Auto Injectors Still Work After Being Frozen
Epinephrine auto injectors still work if they get frozen and the risk is low for malfunction, stated study.
Tamarind, a tropical fruit used in traditional medicine, found to kill...
One of the most worrisome health problems in the modern world is the rise of drug-resistant bacteria. Most people believed that with the development of antibiotics, bacterial...
Increasing Number of State Laws Restrict Local Government Control Over Food...
Growing number of state laws are restricting local governments' ability to create food and nutrition policies, reveals a new study.
The big thaw: Your turkey needs 24 hours for every 5 pounds to thaw safely
Contributed Editor's note: An ongoing outbreak of Salmonella Reading traced to raw turkey has sickened at least 164 people across 35 states, hospitalizing dozens and killing...
Food Allergies: Nearly 1 in 5 Kids Treated in Emergency Department in Past Year
Food allergies: Almost 1 in 5 kids needed treatment in the emergency department in the past year for a life-threatening reaction to food, reveals a new study.
New Website to Accelerate Knowledge, Prevention of Youth Firearm Injuries
The new website aims to share what's known-and what experts still need to find out-about guns and people under age 19.
UC San Diego Health Cardiovascular Institute Performs Its 50th Heart...
UC San Diego Health Cardiovascular Institute transplant patients have a one-year survival rate of 97 percent; the waitlist death rate is one of the lowest nationally.