Monday, October 22, 2018
*Boil, Soak or Pitch It * Clean, hot water is enough to keep your brush clean People swear by all sorts of folk wisdom when it comes to keeping a clean toothbrush. Some run it through the dishwasher. Others soak the...
For couples who are unsuccessful with natural conception, advancing infertility research has provided successful treatments for men and women alike.In so many ways, fertility specialists all over the world are creating methods to make initiatives that will restore or...
McMaster University researchers say there is an urgent need for studies on the physical health effects of cannabis use, including its impact on puberty. The call comes following a systematic review of existing literature that identified an absence of such...
A new study has refuted earlier findings that a drink a day may benefit the heart. The study entitled “Daily drinking is associated with increased mortality,” was published this week in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research and showed...
Despite recommendations from doctors and pharmacist around the world, vitamin D supplements do not benefit bone health. The conclusion follows one of the largest reviews ever of vitamin D.<!--more-- The authors of the study are urging physicians, prescribers and...
If changing your bed sheets is at the bottom of your household chore list (you know, right along with matching socks and scrubbing the shower’s grout), consider this: The skin cells that you shed in a day can feed...
One of the most crucial stages in the lifespan of man is the period of adolescence. It is essentially the stage that ultimately determines the outcome of one’s life. Unfortunately it is often mismanaged because the custodians of...
Recent research cautions that fluctuating weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar are associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular events and death. Scientists at the Catholic University of Korea in Seoul, South Korea — with other institutions — have...
*Study shows ‘mirror contractions’ will occur under your cast while training the other side If you have ever broken an arm and had to wear a cast or splint for a few weeks, you will...
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared every September 28, as World Rabies Day with a call for action by setting a goal of zero human dog-mediated rabies deaths by 2030, worldwide. World Rabies Day provides a platform to...