23andMe Gets FDA Clearance for Test that Detects Cancer Risk, But Is It Accurate?

Early diagnosis for cancer has been researched for decades, as the disease is complex and symptoms only show up when it is already developed. However, the 23andMe DNA service plans to change... Read more »

What Can You do to Prevent Common Colds in Kids?

We all know what it was like when we were kids, and we sneezed all the time. It’s quite hard for kids to ignore it, especially in Winter time. It’s true, parents... Read more »

Apple Teams Up With Johnson & Johnson To Help Diagnose Causes of Stroke

This year, Apple and Johnson & Johnson will begin a multi-year study to see if the Apple Watch Series 4 combined with an app from the pharmaceutical company can help diagnose atrial... Read more »

Top Health and Fitness Gadgets in 2019

The New Year feels like a fresh beginning and a great time to start losing weight, gaining some muscle or just keeping fit. However, one thing you should not stress about is... Read more »

A Woman Gave Birth in Vegetative State: The Sexual Assault Story That Had Everyone Shocked

There was a certain phone call made to 911, in which a nurse screamed that a baby was turning blue. She asked for the paramedics to come faster, as they weren’t prepared... Read more »

We’re Dealing with a Teen Vaping Epidemic

We’ve seen some alarming statistics about the use of e-cigs in youngsters, and the state health department issued and advisory that basically showed that this trend is now an epidemic.  All around... Read more »

Flu Season Is Here: It’s Not as Bad as Last Year

We meet again with influenza in the US. But we also have good news: it’s not as bad as it was last season. We must mention that almost 80,000 Americans died last... Read more »

Romaine lettuce farm linked to E. coli

California farm responsible for hatching E. coli in romaine lettuce US authorities have linked a source of the E. coli outbreak to a farm in central California and identified three suspect areas... Read more »

Is james bond an alcoholic

In a study called ” License to swill: James Bond’s drinking over six decades“(Which could have been titled” License IV “in French), researchers at the University of Otago in New Zealand have analyzed... Read more »

New Study Shows Canadian Children Have High Rates Of Suicide, Child Abuse

There is a global perception that Canada is a one of the better places in the world to raise children, thanks in part to its national health system. But a new report... Read more »