Drinking alcohol may foster bad mouth bacteria
Drinking alcohol may foster bad mouth bacteria
Joseph Scalise - Feb 20, 2019
A new study shows a link between alcohol and an unhealthy mouth microbiome.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 20, 2019
New research shows that the drug ketamine is an opioid that could be used to help patients suffering from extreme depression.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 20, 2019
New research into vagus never stimulation shows it could be used as an alternative to antidepressants for some patients suffering from depression.
Neil Raymond - Feb 20, 2019
Risk factors associated with c-sections can be avoided with induced labor.
Neil Raymond - Feb 20, 2019
Sleeping for long periods of time can be worse than sleeping too little.
Neil Raymond - Feb 20, 2019
Morning sickness may actually have an unexpected cause
Neil Raymond - Feb 18, 2019
A gene regulating protein may be responsible for an unusual case of glaucoma.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 18, 2019
Foods high in both fat and carbohydrates may trigger the brain more than regular food.
Karen Saltos - Feb 18, 2019
The government of Virginia has agreed to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act starting next year.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 15, 2019
A new process known as Cancer Seek can test for up to eight cancers at once.
Susan Konig - Feb 15, 2019
McDonald's takes part in a new global initiative to make children's meals healthier.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 15, 2019
A new study shows that just one cigarette a day can significantly increase both stroke and heart disease risk.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 15, 2019
A recent study shows new health benefits that come with the substance curcumin.
Neil Raymond - Feb 15, 2019
Happiness may play a major factor in the aging process.
Neil Raymond - Feb 15, 2019
Vaginal rejuvenation procedures may be fraudulent according to the FDA.
Karen Saltos - Feb 13, 2019
A recent study found that immigrants help subsidize Medicare and private insurance for Americans through their work.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 13, 2019
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a birth control app known as Nature Cycles, which is meant to help
Joseph Scalise - Feb 13, 2019
Researchers have discovered that the blue light from common electronic devices severely damages the eyes over time.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 11, 2019
Researchers are attempting to create a dye that could help illuminate cancer cells during surgery.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 11, 2019
A new study shows that four cups of coffee a day may help promote long term heart health.
Neil Raymond - Feb 11, 2019
An algorithm can help connect patients who need anti-depressants with the right ones.
Neil Raymond - Feb 11, 2019
Shock therapy is becoming a popular treatment again.
Neil Raymond - Feb 11, 2019
Stem cells can now be used to create personalized bone grafts.
Neil Raymond - Feb 09, 2019
McDonald's salads may be contaminated and sent people to the hospital in Illinois and Iowa.
Neil Raymond - Feb 09, 2019
Testosterone can help cancer patients who are suffering from a loss of body mass.
Neil Raymond - Feb 07, 2019
It's possible that the baby's sex plays a part in pregnancy complications.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 07, 2019
Video games may help people with schizophrenia stop hearing voices.
Neil Raymond - Feb 07, 2019
A new vaccine tested in mice may also be able to cure malaria in humans.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 07, 2019
Scientists have found that standing desks may cause health issues.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 07, 2019
A new medication could one day help reduce or eliminate the problems that come from hearing loss.
Karen Saltos - Feb 05, 2019
Scientists believe the compound nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide may reverse the aging process.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 05, 2019
A new court ruling will force coffee makers in California to put cancer labels on their cups.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 05, 2019
A new study suggests that people who eat low-carb diets tend to have shorter life spans that those who eat normal diets or those high in carbs.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 05, 2019
New research reveals yet another problem with smoking e-cigarettes.
Neil Raymond - Feb 05, 2019
Losing liquids can also lose humans to lose their concentration and abilities.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 05, 2019
A team of researchers have discovered that e-cigarettes contain metals that may be deadly when ingested over long periods of time.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 04, 2019
Having a routine sleep schedule could help improve mental health.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 04, 2019
Researchers have found a strong link between increasing anxiety levels and Alzheimer's disease.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 04, 2019
Night owls may have worse health than people who go to bed early.
Karen Saltos - Feb 04, 2019
Researchers claim girls who did not get the recommended series of HPV vaccine can still get it up to age 20.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 31, 2019
A new study shows that warming livers rather than cooling them could lead to more successful transplants.
Neil Raymond - Feb 20, 2019
Scooters can be dangerous according to medical experts.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 20, 2019
Researchers have found there is no link between omega 3 supplements and increased heart health.
Lliane Hunter - Feb 18, 2019
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are gaining prevalence, officials warn.
Karen Saltos - Feb 18, 2019
Researchers say physical activity can help improve your mental and physical health.
Karen Saltos - Feb 18, 2019
An exploratory research study suggests a gender gap exists in detecting heart attack symptoms in women.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 18, 2019
A newly developed smart bandage is capable of both tracking and treating severe wounds.
Neil Raymond - Feb 15, 2019
Liver cancer death rates are rising at alarming rates.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 15, 2019
Scientists studying cigarettes found that third-hand smoke can stay in areas for years.
Neil Raymond - Feb 13, 2019
The controversial shock therapy treatment may become popular again.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 13, 2019
Scientists found that immunotherapy could help lead to faster, more efficient lung cancer treatments.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 13, 2019
A new study shows that one egg a day may be beneficial to general heart health.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 13, 2019
A group of scientists have discovered yet another disease that CRISPR can effectively combat.
Neil Raymond - Feb 13, 2019
Broken bones in older people can lead to a higher chance of dying.
Tracy Williams - Feb 11, 2019
A group of researchers have developed a way to test for suicidal thoughts and tendencies.
Neil Raymond - Feb 11, 2019
There is a pill that cures concussions that might soon be on the market.
Lliane Hunter - Feb 11, 2019
Associating the taste of sugar with pleasure could be turned off by simply flipping a switch.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 11, 2019
A team of scientists have found a link between small head injuries and Parkinson's disease.
Neil Raymond - Feb 09, 2019
A popular Kellogg's cereal is contaminated with salmonella.
Neil Raymond - Feb 09, 2019
Scientists cured brain tumors in mice using nano technology.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 09, 2019
New research shows that women experience more heart attacks than men, reinforcing the gender differences within the issue.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 09, 2019
New data shows that U.S. binge drinkers can consume 470 or more drinks a year.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 07, 2019
Scientists have discovered that roughly 52 hours of exercise over a 6 month period is all a person needs to boost their brain.
Lliane Hunter - Feb 07, 2019
The Pentagon wants to monitor service member health through the use of smartphones.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 07, 2019
A new study shows that office workers snack much too often.
Lliane Hunter - Feb 07, 2019
Nearly every part of the human body is covered in microscopic creatures.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 05, 2019
Synthetic embryos created without sperm or eggs could help shed light on infertility.
James Carlin - Feb 05, 2019
Humans first evolved to be tall and skinny before they gained weight.
Neil Raymond - Feb 04, 2019
An electronic device implanted in the brain, might be able to stop seizures.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 04, 2019
A new study shows that people who suffer from childhood trauma are more likely to have kids with behavioral problems.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 04, 2019
New data reveals that the CDC's Healthy People Initiative is ahead of its targeted goal.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 04, 2019
A new study shows that small zaps to specific parts of the brain may be able to reduce violence in people.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 04, 2019
A new study shows that highly processed foods, such as chips or microwave dinners, can lead to cancer.
Lliane Hunter - Feb 04, 2019
Calorie restriction may be the key to longevity.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 04, 2019
Researchers have found a potential way to help lessen the effects of severe peanut allergies.
James Carlin - Jan 31, 2019
The CDC issued a separate report last year finding that suicides in the U.S. as a whole increased by 24 percent over a 15-year period.
Neil Raymond - Jan 31, 2019
Scientists are close to developing a painkiller that won't be addictive.
Neil Raymond - Jan 31, 2019
It may now be possible to get abs with a new device.
Linda Mack - Jan 31, 2019
A New York University study is assessing cardiac patients who had "near-death experiences" in the hospital. And its findings so far suggest that our brains really do keep working for a few minutes or more after we are "clinically dead."
Joseph Scalise - Jan 31, 2019
Researchers believe a sexually transmitted infection known as Mycoplasma genitalium may turn into a full blown superbug if researchers do nothing about its spread.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 31, 2019
A group of scientists found a new family of efficient antibiotics while looking at the natural resistance of soil organisms.
Susan Konig - Jan 31, 2019
Technology is not able to ascertain the risks of marijuana on the brain as it can alcohol, but it may not be any safer, scientists say.
Karen Saltos - Jan 31, 2019
Turmeric has many evidence-based health benefits.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 30, 2019
A new study shows that U.S. liver cancer rates rapidly rising with each passing year.
Neil Raymond - Jan 30, 2019
Breastfeeding has the previously unknown benefit of lessening the risk of stroke, according to Science Daily.
Rick Docksai - Jan 30, 2019
A British study found thickened blood vessel walls and enlarged heart valves,warning signs of adult heart disease, in teenagers with excess body weight.
Neil Raymond - Jan 28, 2019
Mosquitoes carry viruses and now they can be detected.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 28, 2019
A new study reveals a correlation in women between long work hours and type 2 diabetes.
James Carlin - Jan 28, 2019
Dr. Dresler added that if one uses these strategic mnemonic training memory strategies, they can considerably increase their memory, even if it was awful at the start.
Neil Raymond - Jan 25, 2019
There is apparently a new way to help treat rheumatoid arthritis.
Neil Raymond - Jan 25, 2019
Children's cancers may lie dormant for years before being discovered by the doctors.