I’m not a huge fan of murder mysteries in general — I have never, for example, watched CSI — but Josh and I have been sucked into the new game, Her Story, which came out on June 24th. You can play it on the computer or any device. Plus you need paper. Lots and lots […]
LISTEN: MayoClinicRadio 06-27-15 PODCAST On this week's program, Dr. Robert Jenkins, a pathologist and specialist in laboratory genetics, explains new research that may lead to more effective treatments for gliomas... a type of brain cancer that's particularly hard to treat. Show More Summary
While cannabis alters the functions of neurobiological circuits controlling appetite, its effect on weight gain is complex since several factors appear to be involved, says Didier Jutras-Aswad, University of Montreal professor and researcher at the CHUM Research Centre.
Living in Egypt, Nassef Matoshaleh and his wife Wafaa explored hospitals around the world--the U.K., Germany, France, Canada and the U.S.--to perform surgery on Nassef's heart. The family prayed the trip to an Ann Arbor, Mich. hospital would bring him home healthy. And it did.
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Nick Gordon drunk outside Bobbi Kristina's hospice, Supreme Court okays execution drugs, and man on PCP destroys liquor store.
If you didn't hear the story, here's how Pharmie and I came to race this triathlon on Sunday: • A few weeks ago, we signed up to do the "By George" triathlon on Saturday. • Lisa L was all set to watch our boys because she owed me babysitting...Show More Summary
Photo credit Jeff Gros Californians from San Fran to San Diego are working to fight SB277, a bill that removes not only vaccine exemptions but literally removes healthy American children from the classroom. In special education we have a ruling...
By Michael Lanza My family’s weeklong, hut-to-hut trek through northern Italy’s Dolomite Mountains started out with mind-blowing scenery, and each day seemed to bring even better views than the day before. On our fifth day, which began with a cable-car ride … Continue reading ?
Researchers estimate that consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks may lead to more than 184,000 deaths worldwide annually, with most of these deaths caused by diabetes.
By Kent Heckenlively, Esq. Nothing leads evil to its own destruction quicker than its own apparent success. It's how God leads the wicked to their demise. Consider the slave-owning South prior to the American Civil War. A trickle of slaves,...
A large, new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds that women with PTSD have up to a 60% higher chance of heart attack or stroke.
A mouse study has found that different immune cells in males and females are responsible for the transmission of pain, raising questions about human pain drug development.
Late last week, something happened that I never would have predicted, and it’s all due to how the politics of the issue changed in the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak earlier this year. The state that contains some of the most famous pockets of low vaccine uptake and some of the most famous antivaccine…
Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Nicole Perry We partnered with Chobani on this post that gives a new perspective on foods you should be eating every day. Grab a Chobani Simply 100 ® for a delicious way to stay healthy and strong! Hitting...Show More Summary
Hammocks are a great alternative to camping on the ground in a tent. You don’t have to worry about finding flat and level ground to pitch a tent, you don’t have to worry about rain flooding your tent at night, or about nasty spiders and snakes crawling into bed with you. If you have two trees […]
By College Tourist; Author: Ashley Ulbrich, University of Central Florida How to stay healthy when you're not at home While traveling, it is often difficult to stay in the normal routine of fitness and health. Some cities and rural areas can be more challenging because of the lack of workout studios, food stores, and healthy restaurants. Show More Summary
If you aren’t on a G-free diet, chances are you know someone who is. In recent years, the percentage of people cutting gluten from their diet has ballooned to one in three, according to The NPD Group. But many aren’t doing it for the right reasons. Show More Summary