Drug treatments for diseases that cause blindness could be delivered by eye drops instead of uncomfortable and costly eye injections, say UK researchers. The team reports how it tested this innovation on animals in the nanotechnology...Show More Summary
Hitting the racks this spring are incredibly fashion-forward collections from all over the globe that you'll want to wear from barre to brunch.
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We see Extra TV's New York correspondent Tanika Ray has managed to keep secret the fact that she is very pregnant for a while. The news got exposed last week during the Essence Black Women in Hollywood luncheon in West Hollywood when Essence.com published a photo of the great Oprah Winfrey snuggling on the mom-to-be's baby bump. Show More Summary
Bennington exudes an early American gentility, but the 21st century drug scourge is evident in the faces of some of the young people hanging out on Main Street.
Beaumont research findings published in the February online issue of Spine shows that patients who have a low back surgery called minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion, end up better off in many ways than patients...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (TRNS) - The House voted Wednesday to delay the fine levied against those who fail to apply for insurance under the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate until January of 2015. The final tally came in at 250-160. 27 Democrats crossed the aisle to support the legislation. Critics have charged that the legislation, entitled the Simple […]
As if we needed another reason to totally dig Jared Leto, he credits a vegan diet and yoga workouts for his youthful good looks. Leto, who at 42 looks a decade younger, also doesn’t drink and makes sure he gets … The post Jared Leto Credits Vegan Diet + Yoga For His Age-Defying Looks appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
From The Very First To The Very Last, These 30 Photos Will Stick With You. Wow… Here are 30 pictures that have been going viral on the internet, and they all have one awesome thing in common: they will restore … The post Random Acts of Kindness: 30 Photos That Will Restore Your Hope & Faith In Humanity appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
University of Pennsylvania researchers have successfully genetically engineered the immune cells of 12 HIV positive patients to resist infection, and decreased the viral loads of some patients taken off antiretroviral drug therapy (ADT) entirely--including one patient whose levels became undetectable. Show More Summary
Don’t judge a book by its (People Magazine-like) cover. Diaz's "The Body Book" is thoroughly brainy, nutritionally sound, and sometimes hilarious.
Okay, before we get into the nitty-gritty, can we just say that we are of the mindset that it’s not so much the guy or girls butt that’s causing onlookers to stare, it is, at least in part, due to … The post WATCH | Yoga Pants Prank Goes Viral, It’s the Opposite of Funny appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
Editor’s Note: Tune in to whitehouse.gov/latinotownhall on Thursday, March 6 at 11:30 am ET to watch the town hall live. This Thursday, March 6, at 11:30 am ET, President Obama will participate in a historic town hall on Latinos and the Affordable Care Act at the Newseum in Washington, DC. The town hall “Tu Salud y La Nueva...
Numerous studies have highlighted the purported association between moderate drinking and reduced mortality. However, these analyses have focused overwhelmingly on average consumption, a measure that masks diverse, underlying drinking patterns such as weekend heavy episodic or binge drinking. Show More Summary
A new application for a monitoring technique allows doctors to better predict antibiotic concentrations in the blood of critically ill patients, according to a study by Nyack Hospital researchers. The technique involves a combination of blood level monitoring and computerized decision support. Show More Summary
A survey of U.S. households conducted between 2003 and 2010 revealed that approximately 2.7 million US residents are infected with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV). This figure marks a decrease by about 500,000 cases identified by a similar analysis conducted between 1999 and 2000. Show More Summary
Perhaps the most memorable moment of President Obama’s State of the Union address in January was when he introduced Sgt. First Class Cory Remsburg. Nearly killed by a massive roadside bomb in 2009 during his 10th deployment to Afghanistan, the Army ranger was found facedown in a canal. Show More Summary
Obesity may have harmful effects on the brain, and exercise may counteract many of those negative effects, new studies in mice suggest.
Versions of already approved drugs kept the monkeys infection-free for weeks, and researchers hope that a dose every three months could work in humans.