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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.

Michael Schumacher Health Condition Updates: Ex-teammate Finally Speaks Up About F1 Champion's Condition; Schumacher's Son Eyed To Replace Michael

By Maria Follet - Dec 14, 2016 09:03 PM EST

Michael Schumacher's former teammate Johnny Herbert speaks up about the F1 Champion's health condition.

New Survey: Number of U.S. Teens Taking Illegal Drugs, Drinking Alcohol, & Smoking Tobacco Are Down, Including Cannabis Use

By Christon Jervil Ligon - Dec 15, 2016 03:10 AM EST

The survey referred to as Monitoring the Future is a long-term and on-going study that dates back to 1975 and funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Health Ministry Pushes For Law Amendment Allowing Abortion to Single Women

By Jomvie Reyes - Dec 15, 2016 06:37 PM EST

Amendment of Medical Termination of pregnancy law will now cover single women.

Pokémon Go: Exercise Impact 'Short Lived'; Study Revealed That It's A Troubling Concern

By Archer Ferguson - Dec 14, 2016 05:34 AM EST

Some may find Pokemon Go as a game requiring physical movement, the study still shows it only creates a lesser impact on the player's physique. The study conducted by Harvard University is not discouraging but a way for developers and players to make it more interesting.

Even After Birth The Zika Virus Can Keep Growing In Infant's Brains [Report]

By Mohender - Dec 14, 2016 09:36 AM EST

According to a research in the United States, an evidence was found stating that there is a possibility of Zika virus replicating in fatal brains. This happens till seven months after the mother gets infected with the virus.

Marijuana Chewing Gums: To Be Available in the Market Soon?

By Laura Clark - Dec 16, 2016 03:52 AM EST

AXIM Biotech has been granted patent for the Marijuana chewing gums and they expect it to be out in the market by 2018.

Loneliness And Breast Cancer May Wreck Women Survival Rate

By Mary Lourd - Dec 14, 2016 04:30 AM EST

Kaiser Permanente Division of Research discovered that isolated women had a greater risk of mortality than those women diagnosed with breast cancer but having social ties.

'Cannabis' Commercialization Taking Time; Individuals Can Plant 12 Pots Legally? Taxes On Discussion Table

By Carrie Winters - Dec 13, 2016 04:01 PM EST

There are already several States that have legalized the use of "Cannabis." This week there will be legally aged individuals that will be allowed to bring marijuana anywhere. It is also included in the legalization that an individual can plant 12 pots legally.

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