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Newly Developed Ebola Vaccine Can Provide 100 Percent Protection Against Virus?

By R. A. Jayme - Dec 25, 2016 05:45 AM EST

In a scientific triumph that will change the way the world fights a terrifying killer, an experimental Ebola vaccine tested on humans in the waning days of the West African epidemic has been shown to provide 100 percent protection against the lethal disease.

'Medical Marijuana' Dispensary Permits To Be Issued Starting Next Year! What We Need To Know!

By Carrie Winters - Dec 23, 2016 05:28 PM EST

"Medical Marijuana" dispensaries are to be issued in local counties. The application for permits will start next year.

Processed And Cured Meats Worsens Asthma, Is The Study True?

By R. A. Jayme - Dec 22, 2016 09:09 PM EST

Processed and cured meat could worsen Asthma symptoms, researchers said in a recent study.

The Dark Secret To Lessen Hangover Unveiled

By Mary Lourd - Dec 20, 2016 05:46 PM EST

Dr. Desmond Wai confirmed that hangover depends on the color of the alcohol drinks and the level of congeners.

US Opioid Epidemic: Drug Overdose Deaths Increases In 30 States Says CDC Statistics; Surged By More Than 100% In New Hampshire, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Connecticut & Maine

By Christon Jervil Ligon - Dec 19, 2016 09:05 PM EST

Moreover, more than 60 percent of drug overdose death cases in 2015 involve opioids, such as heroin and prescription opioids.

NASA's 3D Presentation Proved How Carbon Dioxide In The Atmosphere Affects Climate Change

By Rain Cervantes - Dec 19, 2016 04:35 AM EST

NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center explained how carbon pollution significantly affects climate change, by using an animation presentation.

Zika Virus News, Update: Recent Studies On Mosquito-Related Virus More Confusing As Findings Drastically Differ

By Donna Belle - Dec 19, 2016 04:20 AM EST

This article highlights the drastic difference of the findings of recent studies on the Zika virus. It also tackles the possible reasons for the confusion and the urgency of developing clear and similar methodoligies of the studies.

Botox Effectively Treats Depression By Making You Frown Less

By Donna Belle - Dec 19, 2016 04:40 AM EST

Depression does not have any known effective cure, and most anti-depressants cause annoying complications. This article tackles the promising potential of Botox in treating depression by relaxing the muscles that control frowning.

Angelina Jolie's Revelations About Breast Cancer Surgery Saw Rise In Genetic Tests But Is All Really Well?

By Shubham Ghosh - Dec 18, 2016 06:48 AM EST

Film personality and humanitarian Angelina Jolie's revelation about undergoing surgery for breast cancer saw a rise in genetic testing but celebrity endorsements may not successfully target those who urgently require such services.

Cognitive Therapy is The Best Solution For Social Anxiety Disorders

By Mohender - Dec 17, 2016 05:59 AM EST

In the present time, social phobia is the most common anxiety disorder. Norwegian university of Science and Technology says that they have set a world record in treating social anxiety disorders.

Study: 1 In Every 4 Medical Students Are Depressed, While 13% Of Commercial Airline Pilots Suffer From Depression & May Have Suicidal Thoughts

By Christon Jervil Ligon - Dec 17, 2016 01:27 AM EST

A recent study suggest that around 27 percent of 120,000 medical students from over 45 countries may be depressed, while another study found that 426 out of 3,278 U.S. pilots (or 13 percent) are likely suffering from depression, too.

Airline Pilots Have Suicidal Thoughts While Flying: A Study Reveals

By Mohender - Dec 16, 2016 07:40 AM EST

A landmark study on airline industry suggests that the flying pilots are experiencing suicidal thoughts. These pilots are so depressed that they wish to harm themselves. Thousands of commercial flights are being flown by these pilots on a daily basis.

Britain Becomes First Country To Authorize 'Three-Parent Baby'; Critics Raise Ethical Concerns

By Shubham Ghosh - Dec 17, 2016 09:46 AM EST

Britain authorizes 'three-parent baby' treatment after years of deliberation to give birth to infants without any genetic disease; critics say it will lead to 'designer babies'

Abortion Has Little Effect On Women’s Mental Health [Study]

By Mohender - Dec 16, 2016 07:42 AM EST

Women are always discouraged from having abortions. These women are made aware that such an activity may lead to emotional trauma. But a study reveals that abortions have little effect on women's mental health.

Weight Loss Tips? Here Are The 10 Most Searched Diets In Google For 2016: GOLO Diet, Taco Diet, Pizza Diet, And More!

By Christon Jervil Ligon - Dec 16, 2016 03:00 AM EST

Making the cut for the 10 Most Searched Diets In Google For 2016 list says a lot about the popularity, but not necessarily the efficacy, of these diets that have piqued the interest of so many people throughout the year.

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