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Pebble 2 Review: The (almost) perfect sporty successor

The Pebble 2 May Have Much Improvement But Is Still Not Good Enough To Replace Garmin; Forerunner As A Running Watch

By Zeus Labrador - Nov 26, 2016 04:20 AM EST

Wearable tech has become a trend today, especially for runners. Wrists make a good location to strap on some tech while runners do their thing. Will Pebble 2 beat Garmin: Forerunner 220?

Exploding E-Cigarettes: What Measures Consumers Take? What Imposition Should Government Do?

By Michael Davis - Nov 26, 2016 10:32 AM EST

Proper e-cigarette regulations are not provided for consumers. Any harm it does to consumer’s health is like running a blind eye to any danger it brings. This includes physical harm like the cases reported in the news.

Infectious Diseases In The United States: The Country's Condition With Risk And Threat Of Infectious Diseases. Is It Increasing Or Declining?

By Michael Davis - Nov 24, 2016 07:22 PM EST

The best practice people did in the past years helped decrease the problem with infectious diseases. This dramatic success in the United States is a milestone that the legacy should be continued.

Australia’s ‘Thunderstorm Asthma: What Caused This Phenomenon, Tragic Effects To The People Of The Land Down Under; Could Occur Anywhere In The World

By Lester Mondragon - Nov 23, 2016 06:35 PM EST

The unusual Thunderstom Asthma caused 4 deaths and over two thousand cases of respiratory problems when it swept down Melbourne last November 21, 2016 as it swirled and distributed allergins all over the city.

Sailor Moon Takes Part On Preventing Sexually Transmitted Disease Through Custom-Made Condoms

By Jayde Winston - Nov 23, 2016 08:32 AM EST

Sailor Moon Creator Takeuchi and the Ministry of Health in Japan teamed up to raise STD awareness.

Report: U.S. Surgeon General Calls Addiction Brain Disease & Not Character Flaw

By K. Aviles - Nov 20, 2016 01:01 AM EST

In the latest findings about addiction, Dr. Vivek Murthy labeled substance abuse as a "brains' disease," calling for an action geared towards a change in attitude in dealing with people who have addiction.

High-Blood Pressure Around The World Affects 1.13 Billion People According Latest Study

By Meliza Baker - Nov 17, 2016 09:49 AM EST

Latest study led by scientists at Imperial College London reveals high-blood pressure affecting more than one billion people globally. Prioritizing nutrition is one the top solutions to this problem says, experts.

Latest Statistics Say That Dementia Is Leading Cause of Death

By Meliza Baker - Nov 15, 2016 07:20 PM EST

The new statistics show that dementia and Alzheimer's disease are now the leading cause of death, replacing heart disease.

New Online Game Stands as a New Treatment and Slowdown the Progress of Alzheimer’s Disease

By Michael Davis - Nov 14, 2016 06:30 AM EST

The progression of Alzheimer’s disease is in not tolerant to environmental changes. However, there are research breakthroughs in forms of games on the internet.

Non-Lump Breast Cancer Warning has been Issued Amongst Men and Women around the Globe

By Michael Davis - Nov 09, 2016 06:00 AM EST

The growing concern of health experts and scientist is relevant in this new age. Diseases and illnesses can be the leading cause of death. Breast Cancer is known worldwide to be women killer. However, we can survive breast cancer if we take good care of our body.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases welcomes new infection to its family

By Michael Davis - Nov 03, 2016 10:56 AM EDT

The world Health Organization has officially declared that Zika Virus can be transmitted through sexual intercourse.

Deadly Measles Complications Found To Be More Common Than What Doctors Assumed

By Joyce Vega - Oct 31, 2016 09:28 PM EDT

Measles reaches its highest infection rates through the U.S since the year of 2000, when it was considered completely eliminated.

HIV Patient Zero Confirmed Not The Source Of HIV/AIDS Outbreak

By Joyce Vega - Oct 29, 2016 08:05 AM EDT

For years, the spread of HIV/Aids virus was linked to a homosexual flight attendant, Gaetan Dugas, or known as Patient Zero. After decades of bearing the label, he is finally cleared of being the person to spread HIV/Aids virus to the United States.

Crystal Meth dependency amongst American

By Michael Davis - Oct 27, 2016 01:21 PM EDT

Crystal Meth dependency is making America lookbad to the rest of the world. This should be a growing concern.

Family Roles in Dealing with Down syndrome

By Michael Davis - Oct 30, 2016 08:11 PM EDT

Do not make the child feel different because like any other child he learns and grow. What is need is extra patience and acceptance to provide a child a normal life.

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