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  • UCLA researchers develop promising new combo treatment for deadly brain cancer
    UCLA researchers develop promising new combo treatment for deadly brain cancer
    Glioblastoma, also known as grade IV glioma, is an aggressive brain cancer. Approximately 23,000 individuals in the United States are diagnosed with the cancer every year. The patients usually undergo surgery, chemotherapy and radiation; however,...
  • Product review: is brain peak brain enhancing product work?
    Product review: is brain peak brain enhancing product work?
    About brain peakBrain Peak is referred to as a nootropic health supplement which uses natural ingredients in order to improve your focus, memory as well as cognitive ability. By taking this supplement every day, you can expect to improve in...
  • The Force Be In Meditation
    Broken bones and a cast do not mean unhappiness for eight weeks
    You’ve visited the podiatrist because your foot is in pain. Before you know it, the doctor says you have broken a bone and starts grabbing medical supplies to create a cast. What comes to your mind in a situation like this? “Oh…...
  • An array of facial rejuvenation techniques
    How mini and full facelifts differ
    With so many baby boomers now in their late 40s or older, the number of facial rejuvenation procedures being performed has been growing steadily over the years.With their skin showing laxness, many of them seek choices in ways to regain their...
  • Depression
    Study identifies behaviors that may signal suicide
    A multi-national team of researchers has identified specific behaviors that precede many suicide attempts. The study, presented Aug. 30 at the 28th European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Congress (ECNP) in Amsterdam, found that risky...
  • UCLA focuses on ER overcrowding, hospital readmissions, and soaring costs
    UCLA focuses on ER overcrowding, hospital readmissions, and soaring costs
    Anyone who has visited an emergency room recently has been confronted with a mass of humanity patiently—or impatiently waiting for medical care. Most are aware that hospital costs are soaring and anyone involved in healthcare is aware of the...
  • Salt Lamp Candleholder
    Health Advantages of Salt Lamps
    One of the best ways to enhance the air in your home or office can be by increasing the amount of negative ions in the air. While there are a number of ionizers available to do this, very often using a Himalayan salt crystal lamp or candleholder...
  • Help on the way for tinnitus sufferers
    Help on the way for tinnitus sufferers
    There are an estimated 50 million Americans currently suffering from tinnitus and of those 16 million have sought medical treatment. Unfortunately the current protocol for treatment isn't a cure but rather methods on how to accept and mask the...
  • Vermin Supreme is running for President
    Presidential candidate Vermin Supreme hosting a concert event in New Hampshire
    Vermin Supreme is running for President again and is throwing a giant party on a farm in New Hampshire over Labor Day weekend. Supreme believes there should be a law requiring mandatory tooth brushing for all Americans. He has been photographed...
  • Staying healthy and fit with Missherbacheeks
    Getting serious about your health and future goals
    We are just about to enter the ninth month of 2015 and I would like to pose a few questions- What are your plans for the rest of the year? And what happened to all of those New Year’s resolutions for 2015? How did you do? Did you in fact...
  • Green beans are Snap beans still healthy!
    Eating healthy foods for healthy living
    Have you decided to have healthy eating habits? It doesn't matter if you're eating healthy to lose weight or for any other reason, the choice is a good one.Foods that can be bought on a budget to make healthy meals are canned beans or...
  • Get your influenza shot now
    Why you should get your flu vaccine now
    While influenza symptoms can show up anytime during the year, the fall season is known for having an exceptional amount of flu activity. This is why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends getting vaccinated when the...
  • FDA approves Repatha for certain patients with high cholesterol
    FDA approves Repatha for certain patients with high cholesterol
    On August 27, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Repatha (evolocumab) injection, marketed by Amgen Inc., of Thousand Oaks, California, for some patients who are unable to manage their low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol under...
  • FDA warns that certain diabetes drugs can cause severe joint pain
    FDA warns that certain diabetes drugs can cause severe joint pain
    On August 28, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a warning that a class of medications for type 2 diabetes, dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitors, may cause sever joint pain. The agency now requires that a new Warning and...
  • How Celebrities Help Educate Cosmetic Surgery Procedures
    Surgery for Breast Reduction Receives Attention
    Celebrities indeed have the ability to educate women about cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. Not long ago, Angelina Jolie educated the public regarding breast reconstruction when learning she was high risk for developing breast cancer. And...
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