Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets Recalled by Perdue Foods

Possible wood contamination has led to the recall of more than 68,000 pounds of gluten-free chicken nuggets from Perdue Foods, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) says.The agency said there are no confirmed cases of illness linked with the ready-to-eat chicken nuggets, which were produced on Oct. 25, 2018, CNN... Continue Reading →

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Study Examines Link Between Type 1 Diabetes, Broken Bones

FRIDAY, Jan. 18, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Poor blood sugar control puts people with type 1 diabetes at increased risk for fragility fractures, a new study shows.A fragility fracture is a broken bone caused by a fall from standing height or less.For the study, researchers analyzed data on more than 3,300 people with type 1... Continue Reading →

Too much salt – water desalination plants harm environment: U.N.

Almost 16,000 desalination plants worldwide produce bigger-than-expected flows of highly salty waste water and toxic chemicals that are damaging the environment, a U.N.-backed study said on Monday. Desalination plants pump out 142 million cubic metres (5 billion cubic feet) of salty brine every day, 50 percent more than previous estimates, to produce 95 million cubic... Continue Reading →

These Are the 5 Most Addictive Substances on Earth, According to Addiction Experts

Addiction is no joke. Though we've all joked about being addicted to "Stranger Things" or pumpkin spice or, obviously, the wonderful Curiosity app, those things aren't out to ruin anyone's lives. Entering the realm of the world's most addictive substances will do just that. Research from 2007 identified the top five most addictive things on... Continue Reading →

Suspected Ebola case being investigated by Swedish hospital

A young man is being treated in isolation at Uppsala University hospital in Sweden after suspicion of Ebola contamination, the regional authority has said. Region Uppsala, which oversees several hospitals and medical clinics north of Stockholm, says a test had been carried out on the patient, who was not identified. A result is expected later... Continue Reading →

Watch Breast Implant Surgery

Breast Implant also known as Breast Augmentation and popularly known as "breast aug" or "boob job" by patients. It involves using breast implants or fat transfer to increase the size of your breasts. This procedure can also restore breast volume lost after weight reduction or pregnancy, achieve a more rounded breast shape or improve natural breast size asymmetry. Watch... Continue Reading →

Watch What Happens Inside the Body When You Talk

Last month, the European Patent Office announced the finalists for the 2018 European Inventor Award. Among the three names was physicist Jens Frahm, who turned MRI from a slow but promising technology into a lightning-fast, mind-bogglingly useful imaging technique. To prove just how impressive Frahm's advances were, the Max Planck Institute in Göttingen, Germany, where... Continue Reading →

Infertility in Men

Infertility is the inability of a couple to conceive after a year of regular and unprotected intercourse. We have the primary and secondary fertility. Primary: Person has never achieved conception before. Secondary: Person fails to achieve conception after previous success. 40% - 50% of male infertily is Idiopathic. 30% - 40% are due to disorders... Continue Reading →

A Brain-Eating Amoeba Killed a Woman Who Used Tap Water in Her Neti Pot

A 69-year-old Seattle woman suffering from a sinus infection recently lost her life after contracting a rare brain-eating amoeba, and doctors believe it may be the result of using tap water with her neti pot. According to a case published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases, the woman had been suffering from a persistent... Continue Reading →

9 High-Tech Facial Tools to Up Your Beauty Game This Season

Palm-size computers and intelligent phones continue to transform lives in ways large and small—from morning commutes to sleep patterns. Of course, that extends to beauty routines, too, as a new wave of clever high-tech facial tools transforms our skin—no trip to the dermatologist’s office required. From a collagen-producing microneedling tool to a powerful bacteria-fighting light,... Continue Reading →

FDA approves a new cancer drug targeted to genetic mutation, not cancer type

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new cancer drug that is the first to be designed from the start to fight a specific genetic mutation, not a cancer type. The new drug, named Vitrakvi, is not approved to fight breast cancer or lung cancer or colon cancer. Instead, it’s designed and approved to... Continue Reading →

Breast cancer: Tumor growth fueled by bone marrow cells

New research, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine,reveals a novel mechanism that fuels tumor growth in breast cancer and may have a negative impact on a person's outlook. However, the findings might also help scientists develop individually tailored treatments that target breast cancer tumors more precisely. Neta Erez, a senior lecturer in the department... Continue Reading →

How the World Reacted to Claim of China’s Genetically Engineered Babies

The Chinese government has ordered an “immediate investigation” into claims that researchers have created the world’s first genetically engineered human babies. Lead researcher He Jiankui, said that a set of twins were born a few weeks ago after undergoing CRISPR gene editing technology to make them immune to HIV, smallpox, and cholera. He added that... Continue Reading →

How Liquid Chlorophyll Can Improve Skin

A couple of years ago, I was reading one of those beauty sites on which some of the world's coolest women talk at length about their lives in terms of health and beauty—the products they've grown up using, the ones they've recently discovered, the routines they've come to rely on. One particular woman—successful, informed, pretty—said... Continue Reading →

Honestly, a Dutch Oven Is Worth Every Penny—Here Are the Recipes I Swear By

Blame it on the fact that I binge-watched the entirety of Netflix's Salt Fat Acid Heat, a four-part docuseries based on Samin Nosrat's brilliant cookbook, in one sitting, but I finally invested in a Dutch oven. Although I've proclaimed many, many, many times that I don't love cooking, I can honestly say this classic piece... Continue Reading →

The Best Skincare Products for Not Burning Your Sensitive Eyes

The Best Skincare Products for Not Burning Your Sensitive Eyes Count your blessings if you're not afflicted with sensitive eyes that get weepy just thinking about sunscreen or extremely fluorescent lighting. Like shampoo formulated for babies in actual, physical form or just in temperament, the following 10 gentle skincare products will do the trick—no tears... Continue Reading →

A fatty, sugary diet can damage your memory, attention and mood in just four days, according to new research

A fatty, sugary diet can damage your memory, attention and mood in just four days, according to new research According to research published in both Circulation and The Lancet, it's clear that a healthy appearance doesn't necessarily mean you have a healthy body - if you're slim but still have an unhealthy diet and avoid... Continue Reading →

Benefits of soaking your feet in vinegar

Vinegar can have a variety of uses, such as in cooking, cleaning, or alternative medicine. This is because vinegar contains acetic acid, which has antimicrobial properties. Vinegar may help improve the following conditions: foot odor athlete's foot warts Different types of vinegar contain varying amounts of acetic acid. For example, white vinegar contains around 4... Continue Reading →

Penile fracture

Did you know you can actually have penile fracture? Oh yes your "penis" can break literally.The penile shaft has three erectile tissues,two corpora cavernosa and corpus spongiosum. The corpora cavernosa is surrounded by the tunica albuginea. The urethra passes through the corpus spongiosum. Penile fracture is the traumatic rupture of the tunica albuginea of one... Continue Reading →

Causes and symptoms of depression

Depression is a mood disorder,it occurs in all age group although the symptoms may differ in children. It occurs most often in women. Causes Genetics Family history Drugs/Alcohol Serious illnesd Loss of someone Psychosocial factors Endocrine disorders Environmental Signs and Symptoms Loss of interest Significant weightloss Insomnia Fatigue Excessive guilt Indeciviness Poor concentration Multiple body... Continue Reading →

More Light On Self Lubricating Condoms.

Researchers found in a new study that sex with these condoms are far better. This is leap for global health win. Boston University researchers has found a way to make condoms self-lubricate on contact — This discovery could encourage more people to use condoms and reduce rates of unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections. The... Continue Reading →

Steroids and Stimulants Hidden But Found in Common Supplements

Researchers has found unnamed ingredients in common supplements for muscle building and sexual health. Whether people want to lose weight or build muscle, many of us rely on supplements to have an edge as we go about our health goals. However, a recent investigation shows that these common supplements may contain ingredients you wouldn’t expect... Continue Reading →

93 percent of the world’s children breathe toxic, polluted air each day DOYLE RICE  | USA TODAY

Nearly 2 billion children – about 93 percent of the world’s children under the age of 15 – breathe toxic, putrid air that’s so polluted it puts their health and well-being at serious risk, a new report said. Many of the children die: The United Nations' World Health Organization (WHO) estimates 600,000 children died in... Continue Reading →

Budget pledges on health and social care dismissed as ‘sticking plaster’

Pressure on NHS will continue as social care remains underfunded, campaigners say Health experts have said the chancellor’s £20.5bn boost for the NHS in England by 2023 will leave the service still struggling to cope with rising demand for treatment. The pressure on already overloaded A&E and GP services will continue because Philip Hammond only... Continue Reading →

Dogs can sniff out malaria, study shows Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Paula Field

Malaria was responsible for 445,000 global deaths in 2016, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In total, 216 million infections were registered worldwide that year. In the United States, doctors diagnose about 1,500 cases of malaria each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Although the number of infections is... Continue Reading →

Researchers Are Developing A ‘Universal’ Blood Test To Detect Cancer Easily.

Researchers has developed a generic test for cancer and joined force with a tech company to introduce it to the market. They are 100% sure this test could be the first screening device to detect cancer. Cancer is a leading causes of death worldwide. American Institute for Cancer Research says that, there are about 18... Continue Reading →

Why Migraine Is More Common In Women

Migraines are not typical headaches; they are extremely painful events and are often accompanied by nausea, blurred vision, or ultrasensitivity to smells, light, or sounds. These episodes can be debilitating and highly disruptive to day-to-day life. More women than men tend to experience them, and researchers Scientists at the Universitas Miguel Hernández in Elche, Spain,... Continue Reading →

Did You Know Coffee Grounds Could Repel Mosquitoes Simply By Burning It? – Here’s How!

This natural method will blow your mind, it’s free, eco-friendly and it can be used indoors and outdoors. All you need is one simple ingredient… coffee grounds. Chances are, you have some coffee grounds sitting in your kitchen cabinet right? Well, put them to good use by making this incredible mosquito repellent. Soon your home... Continue Reading →

Tuberculosis scare forces evacuations at Johns Hopkins Hospital

Two buildings on the campus of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore were evacuated because of a tuberculosis contamination. Kim Hoppe, a spokeswoman with Johns Hopkins Medicine, told The Associated Press a small sample of frozen tuberculosis was "inadvertently released" in an internal bridge between two cancer research buildings. However, Hoppe said there was "no risk"... Continue Reading →

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