Know About Asexuality – A Type of Sexual Orientation

Some people feel sexual attraction to strangers while others may not feel comfortable unless they share a strong emotional bone with the person they associate themselves with. These behaviors are often understood and identified with a term called ‘Sexual. . . .


FDA Approves Teprotumumab, First Drug for Thyroid Eye Disease Treatment

Thyroid eye disease, also known as Graves’ orbitopathy or thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy, is a rare, autoimmune condition in which immune cells attack the thyroid gland which responds by secreting an excess amount of thyroid hormone. Thyroid. . . .


Dietary Cholesterol and Heart Diseases

A few years ago, the United States’ top nutrition advisory panel, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had decided to drop its caution about eating cholesterol-rich foods. The move was thought to undo almost 40 years of government and medical. . . .


Coronavirus Could Cause Shocking Number of Deaths

Global fears over the coronavirus have caused major concern for the countries and international organizations. This newly identified coronavirus has been spreading in China very fast, and has now reached several other countries too. The number of confirmed. . . .


Oral Contraceptives Increase Risk of Depression in Adolescence

Adolescent girls are at high risk for reporting more depressive symptoms when taking oral contraceptives because puberty is a phase where teens have lots of challenging emotional issues to deal with. It is especially important to monitor how they are. . . .


Harmful Effects of Coal on Human Health

Coal contributes a major part to its commercial energy production and is widely used in the power industry to generate electricity. However, as compared to other fossil fuels, coal is more pollution intensive and the efficiency of energy is also very. . . .


What Will Happen if Tobacco is Sold Only Through Pharmacies

According to a report by Public Health Law Center, pharmacies are common retail locations for tobacco purchases. They comprise about 10 percent of all tobacco retailers, and upwards of 70 percent of pharmacies in some states hold a tobacco license.. . . .


Just Diagnosed With Secondary Breast Cancer

Secondary breast cancer occurs when cancerous cells from breast spread to other parts of the body. The tumor cells become metastatic and spread through your blood or lymphatic system. Secondary breast cancer is also known as advanced breast cancer.

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How Good and Safe is Your Food in Planes?

Airline industry being a service industry has a great emphasis on customer experience. Air travel has become one of the main transport means for many people. The airline services that can affect passengers’ evaluation towards the airlines are. . . .


Technology and Preeclampsia: Are we Lacking Somewhere?

It is estimated that preeclampsia and related hypertensive disorders leads to more than 75,000 maternal and about 450,000 newborn deaths annually all over the world. An article published in Nature’s Journal revealed that preeclampsia is a poorly. . . .


The Surprising Impact Exercise has on Eyesight

Exercise is defined as any movement that makes the muscle work and requires the body to burn calories. Regular exercise is one of the best things for good health. It has many benefits which include overall health and fitness and also helps in reducing. . . .


Correct Use of Inhalers in Children With Asthma

Asthma is a common condition in pediatric population, affecting millions of children worldwide. It’s a long term condition which inflames and narrows the airways in the lungs. Asthma causes periods of wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness. . . .


Physical Activity Found to Alleviate Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation occurs when a man ejaculates sooner than he or his partner likes. Timing is extremely important in bedroom. Finishing too early can be a frustrating experience for both the man and his partner. Sex may not be satisfying if you. . . .


“Lack of Access to Epilepsy Medicines” is Concerning

A survey by World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that prevalence of epilepsy was found to be the highest in low middle-income countries or under-developing countries such as Bangladesh, African countries, etc. It was found that in more that 80%. . . .


Recent Advances in Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

In the past few years, the prevalence of breast cancer has increased tremendously. About 1.7 million new cases of breast cancer are detected each year. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), around 520,000 deaths occur each year due to breast. . . .


Obesity Associated With Abnormal Bowel Habits—Not Diet

Obesity or excess weight is considered to be a complex disease. Obesity is a medical problem in which a person suffers from large amount of body fat which enhances the risk of acquiring other chronic diseases such as heart problems, diabetes, gastrointestinal. . . .


Microwave And Food: Is It A Healthy Combination

One important appliance often used in our kitchen is the microwave oven. Almost every home is equipped with a microwave oven. People prefer using a microwave oven because it is handy and saves a lot of time. A microwave oven is also commonly known. . . .