CDC says some foods cause foodborne disease outbreaks
CDC says some foods cause foodborne disease outbreaks
Karen Saltos - Dec 15, 2018
A new CDC report identifies foods that cause foodborne disease outbreaks in the United States.
Neil Raymond - Dec 15, 2018
It's possible that sugar levels that were considered normal are actually not.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 15, 2018
Scientists have found that certain deadly strains of bacteria are able to resist common hand sanitizers.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 13, 2018
Researchers have discovered a special biomarker in the body that may signal depression.
Neil Raymond - Dec 13, 2018
The common flu virus may be halted at its beginning.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 13, 2018
A new study shows that people receive plastic surgery to look how they do on Snapchat filters.
Karen Saltos - Dec 13, 2018
You can find out what it feels like to have Alzheimer's with new virtual reality programs.
Karen Saltos - Dec 13, 2018
A research team in England has developed an artificial intelligence program that spots signs of eye disease.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 11, 2018
A new study shows that exercise can help middle aged people reverse some of the health problems that come with an aging heart.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 09, 2018
A new court ruling will force coffee makers in California to put cancer labels on their cups.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 09, 2018
A new study shows a link between alcohol and an unhealthy mouth microbiome.
Lliane Hunter - Dec 09, 2018
The CDC warns of the dangers of a poop-borne, chlorine resistant parasite.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 09, 2018
Scientists have developed a smallpox drug, the first to ever specifically treat the disease.
Lliane Hunter - Dec 07, 2018
Scientists seek to understand how parasites are able to control the minds of its hosts.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 07, 2018
A new study hopes to re-define the different types of diabetes.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 05, 2018
Scientists have found that a drug used to treat bone disorders.
Karen Saltos - Dec 05, 2018
According to an article in Medical Xpress, people could benefit from adopting the Act-Belong-Commit model to deal with mental illness.
Rick Docksai - Dec 05, 2018
Feeling like a late-night snack? A new study from Spain might make change your mind.
Neil Raymond - Dec 05, 2018
Sperm count may actually be affected by your underwear.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 05, 2018
For the first time, officials in England plan to administer the HPV vaccine to both boys and girls.
Neil Raymond - Dec 04, 2018
Contrary to previous beliefs, one aspirin a day may not help people with heart problems.
Lliane Hunter - Dec 04, 2018
Researchers propose project to rewrite the genome in order to virus-proof cells.
Neil Raymond - Dec 04, 2018
Scientists found a surprising link between brains and skulls.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 04, 2018
A new study suggests exercising four to five times a week can greatly help heart health as people age.
Karen Saltos - Dec 02, 2018
Robots are set to be the physicians of the future and hands-off healing will become the norm.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 02, 2018
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 - Dec 02, 2018
New research reveals yet another problem with smoking e-cigarettes.
Lliane Hunter - Nov 30, 2018
Researchers hope to spur new drug-treatments for depression with latest genetic map of the condition.
Neil Raymond - Nov 28, 2018
In earlier MRI-based studies, Dr. Kalin and his team discovered brain networks that play a part in producing overly anxious behavior.
Lliane Hunter - Nov 28, 2018
Researchers find that "junk DNA" serves a vital purpose in cellular survival.
Joseph Scalise - Nov 26, 2018
Alcohol consumption has led to a large spike in liver disease among young Americans.
Joseph Scalise - Nov 26, 2018
A new study found that the electric stimulation of certain brain areas could work to boost memory.
Neil Raymond - Nov 24, 2018
Vitamin D has benefits that were previously unknown.
Neil Raymond - Nov 24, 2018
IUD's have side effects that may not be known to women who have the procedure.
Karen Saltos - Nov 24, 2018
According to brain imaging research, when people binge on carbohydrates and sugars it can activate the pleasure centers of the brain.
Joseph Scalise - Nov 24, 2018
A new study shows that stressful situations may cause people to become "hangry."
Joseph Scalise - Nov 22, 2018
Researchers are attempting to create a dye that could help illuminate cancer cells during surgery.
Neil Raymond - Nov 22, 2018
Health insurance can be denied based on genetic testing.
Neil Raymond - Nov 22, 2018
Cockroaches may not carry diseases unlike what was previously thought.
Neil Raymond - Nov 22, 2018
Too much screen time can affect children's developing vision.
Joseph Scalise - Nov 22, 2018
A new study shows that hits to the head that do not cause a concussion can still lead to CTE.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 15, 2018
New research shows a link between alcohol in breast milk and early cognitive decline.
Neil Raymond - Dec 15, 2018
Researchers discovered a gene mutation responsible for high risk breast cancer.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 15, 2018
Scientists discovered that female heart attack patients have a higher survival rate when operated on by women doctors.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 15, 2018
A new study shows that one egg a day may be beneficial to general heart health.
Rick Docksai - Dec 13, 2018
Two weeks after suspending Obamacare's risk-adjustment program, which helps lower coverage costs for insurers, the Trump administration is re-activating it.
Karen Saltos - Dec 13, 2018
A new digital birth control app is an upgrade to the rhythm method.
Neil Raymond - Dec 13, 2018
E-cigarettes can actually damage immune cells in the lungs.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 13, 2018
Researchers have found there is no link between omega 3 supplements and increased heart health.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 13, 2018
For the first time in history researchers have developed a blood test that can detect the early stages of melanoma.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 13, 2018
A strange surgery that took out part of a boy's brain shows the organ's resiliency and inherent durability, two factors that could lead to new research down the line.
Neil Raymond - Dec 11, 2018
Prolonged periods of seating can be hazardous to your health.
Karen Saltos - Dec 11, 2018
Culinary medicine picks up there basic medical school nutrition education leaves off.
Neil Raymond - Dec 11, 2018
Another formerly lifelong disease is finally treatable.
Neil Raymond - Dec 09, 2018
Scientists did a study to find out why people overeat, according to Life Sciences. The reason why people overeat may be due to to how their brain rewards them for eating.
Neil Raymond - Dec 09, 2018
Patients turn to a risky method once cut off from opioids.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 09, 2018
New data reveals that the CDC's Healthy People Initiative is ahead of its targeted goal.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 09, 2018
A new study shows that highly processed foods, such as chips or microwave dinners, can lead to cancer.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 09, 2018
A new study reveals that multiple species beyond humans commit to the sunk cost fallacy.
Neil Raymond - Dec 07, 2018
Autism can potentially be now discovered early in life.
Neil Raymond - Dec 07, 2018
Adult-child conversations are beneficial for the development of the children's brains.
Lliane Hunter - Dec 07, 2018
Calorie restriction may be the key to longevity.
Lliane Hunter - Dec 05, 2018
Researchers simulate neurological effects of meditation in mice using electric implants.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 05, 2018
A new study shows that U.S. liver cancer rates rapidly rising with each passing year.
Karen Saltos - Dec 05, 2018
Online mental health peers are objective and empathic confidantes.
Neil Raymond - Dec 04, 2018
Binge drinking has lasting effects according to new research.
Rick Docksai - Dec 04, 2018
Maryland and other states are considering banning tackle football and other high-impact sports for children, citing injury concerns.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 04, 2018
New research shows that music could help those diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 04, 2018
New research shows that e-cigarettes are much more harmful to lung cells than many people think.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 02, 2018
A new study reveals a correlation in women between long work hours and type 2 diabetes.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 02, 2018
A new study shows that many breast cancer patients do not need to undergo chemotherapy.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 02, 2018
Newly discovered gut enzymes could help researchers create universal blood.
Lliane Hunter - Dec 02, 2018
Why is the US military interested in time crystals?
Karen Saltos - Dec 02, 2018
Massachusetts State Representative released information about legislation to improve the state's efforts to deal with social problems.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 02, 2018
New research shows that many cancer cases are the result of preventable causes rather than genetics.
Karen Saltos - Dec 02, 2018
Doctors should educate parents about psychiatric medications for child patients.
Lliane Hunter - Dec 02, 2018
Eating a well-balanced diet along with pasta may help with weight reduction.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 02, 2018
A newly developed smart bandage is capable of both tracking and treating severe wounds.
Lliane Hunter - Nov 30, 2018
Brain organoids, transplanted in mice, are developing neural networks.
Neil Raymond - Nov 30, 2018
Children with asthma can be helped to breathe better by a protein bar, according to Health Line. A small research study proposes that it's a possibility worth exploring further.
Karen Saltos - Nov 30, 2018
West Nile virus is a mosquito-borne illness that has a presence in 48 states of the continental United States.
Karen Saltos - Nov 30, 2018
Across several studies, Tai chi appears to be the best form of exercise for senior citizens.
Joseph Scalise - Nov 30, 2018
A new experimental drug is the most successful male birth control pill to date.
Rick Docksai - Nov 28, 2018
The Trump administration is putting potentially $10 billion or more of Obamacare reimbursements to insurers on hold, citing a March court order.
Lliane Hunter - Nov 28, 2018
Baby formula may be backed by the Trump administration, but officials warn of serious consequences for infant health.
Neil Raymond - Nov 28, 2018
The Congo has been hit with another Ebola outbreak.
Lliane Hunter - Nov 28, 2018
The cells in our genome are constantly dividing, which multiplies the chances for mutations.
Joseph Scalise - Nov 26, 2018
A new study shows that the brains of close friends operate in similar ways.
Joseph Scalise - Nov 26, 2018
Researchers have found that the human body may be able to internally regulate its weight.
Neil Raymond - Nov 26, 2018
Radishes might have compounds that can help treat cardiovascular disease.
Karen Saltos - Nov 26, 2018
A research team found a link between consistently sleeping more than eight hours and the risk of cardiovascular conditions.