Monday 19 August, 2019
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Category Archives: Health
Bladder cancer

A strain of the common cold virus can infect and kill bladder cancer cells, a small study suggests. All signs of the disease disappeared in one patient, and in 14 others there was evidence that cancer cells had died. University of Surrey researchers...

By Steve Weichel on Jul 7th, 2019
Gene-Modified Viruses

Doctors normally resort to bacteriophages (bacteria-killing viruses) to kill antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” only when they’ve run out of options, in part because it’s difficult to find the ideal example. It can take...

By Howard Johnson on May 13th, 2019
Social Media Effects

The effects of social media use on teenage life satisfaction are limited and probably “tiny”, a study of 12,000 UK adolescents suggests. Family, friends and school life all had a greater impact on wellbeing, says the University...

By Howard Johnson on May 8th, 2019
work-life balance

We can’t ignore the fact that almost a third of UK workers feel they don’t have a good work-life balance. Not only does it affect our relationships and home life happiness, but it can also take its toll on our mental health. Read on as we...

By admin on Mar 15th, 2019
Workplace Injury

The chances are you’ve seen the workplace injury adverts on television or online, and you’ve heard about employees claiming back millions of dollars, sometimes in a single case, when they’ve been injured at work, and it’s not their fault. More...

By admin on Feb 6th, 2019
Chronic Pain

Dealing with chronic pain can impact an individual on many different fronts. From making it hard to get through the workday to impacting one’s social life, chronic pain knows no bounds. That said there are steps you can and should be taking...

By admin on Nov 27th, 2018
CDC

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday it has confirmed 10 more cases of an extremely rare, polio-like condition, across 24 states. The CDC had earlier this month confirmed about 62 cases of acute flaccid myelitis...

By Howard Johnson on Nov 1st, 2018
how to stop smoking

If you’re a social smoker and looking to quit, your usual routine of going out for a drink can trigger intense cravings. But you don’t need to quit being a socialite just because you’ve quit smoking. With this guide, we’ll...

By admin on Sep 25th, 2018
Bad breath

Bad breath, or halitosis, can be humiliating. Yet we’ve all experienced it. Even worse, it’s estimated that at least 50 million Americans suffer from chronic bad breath. People are often reluctant to talk about their oral health problems,...

By admin on Sep 21st, 2018
Stress Levels Low During Life’s Milestones

All of us periodically get opportunities to do things that help us accomplish life’s big achievements, such as purchasing a car, moving to a new place, or accepting a new job. However, all those things and similar events can cause stress levels...

By admin on Aug 21st, 2018