Portable Music Player may cause hearing loss: A study revealed

A study revealed that Portable Music Player may cause hearing loss, conducted inNew York City. This study showed that about 90% of the New...
Eye

6 Amazing Tips For Maintaining Your Eye Health

Your eyes are a massive part of your life. Just try and imagine life without them – it’s scary, isn’t it? But, eyes are...
Mother and Daughter

4 Healing Hints For A Speedy PostPartum Recovery

Many expectant Mothers will do whatever it takes to make them feel more equipped and able to care for their newborn baby. This can...
Study links sugar to cancer

Study Links Sugar To Cancer: How To Reduce Your Risk

A new study from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center reveals diets that are high in sugar are a major risk factor...
Zinc Lozenges

Zinc Lozenges May Shorten Common Colds By Three Full Days

Lozenges containing zinc acetate in sufficient quantity work to shorten the common cold from the usual seven days to about four, according to a...
Patients of Epilepsy

Study Shows Fasting May Benefit Patients with Epilepsy

Children with persistent and drug-resistant seizures treated with the high-fat, low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet may get an added benefit from periodic fasting, according to a...
Gel 'eases inflammatory bowel problems

Gel ‘Eases Inflammatory Bowel Problems’

A gel that "sticks" to affected tissue and delivers medicine gradually over time could help treat some inflammatory bowel problems, researchers say. Patients with ulcerative...
Americans Are Using More Prescription

Americans Are Using More Prescription Drugs Than Ever Before

Americans are taking more prescription drugs than ever before, according to a new study that finds almost three in five take at least one...
Research Into Zika Virus Vaccine Begins

Research Into Zika Virus Vaccine Begins

The U.S. government is beginning research into a possible vaccine for the mosquito-borne Zika virus that is suspected of causing an unusual birth defect...
Obesity surgery linked

Obesity Surgery Linked To Reduced Pain, Improved Mobility

Many severely obese patients have less pain and better mobility in the first few years after weight loss surgery, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers followed...