Mind Traning Could Help Improve Your Memory
Wonder where you kept your car keys? Or where you left your cell phone lying in your apartment? Good news is you can train your brain to remember these things more effectively. A new research published in Read More..
Sleeping Aids Mightbe Death-Aids in Disguise
Sleeping pills may help you get through the night so that you can wake up the next day and carry on with your life. It may also keep you from insomnia induced conditions like obesity and high blood pressure. Read More..
Anti-Oxidants in Citrus Fruits May Decrease Stroke Risk in Women
A recently concluded study conducted by University of East Anglia in Norwich, England’s Dr. Aedin Cassidy discovered that a compound commonly found in citrus fruits the likes of grapefruits and Read More..
India Taken Off WHO Polio List
Indian Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad announced earlier this week that the country has been declared polio-free by the World Health Organization (WHO). This pronouncement was made after no new polio cases Read More..
FDA Advisory Panel Gives New Obesity Drug the Green Light
After a decade of not approving prescription-grade diet pills, the Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Committee at the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently recommended Read More..
Women With Migraines at Higher Risk for Depression
In a recently-concluded study which will be presented at the 64th annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology this April, women who have suffered and are still suffering from migraine headaches may Read More..
Engineers at Stanford Create Miniscule, Implantable Medical Device
For decades scientists have been trying to find a way to create miniscule implantable devices that could travel throughout the bloodstream of a human being. There are several obstacles that were in the Read More..
Wireless Smart Device Allows Physicians to Personalize Treatment
Imagine having a wireless device that can be customized so as to provide relevant and real-time information regarding a patient’s recuperation after surgery without having to resort to x-rays, tests, and Read More..
Irregular Sleep Could Weaken Your Immune System
We have all heard about just how important sleep is for our bodies. Not only is it necessary for us to function, but it also plays an important role on our weight and metabolism, our mood, our Read More..
Video Games Might Improve Eyesight and Even Cure Cataract
Is having 20/20 vision a thing of the past for you? Are you tired of wearing glasses or contact lenses, but don’t want to resort to surgery? If that is the case, then you may want to try your hand at Read More..