Health

June 19, 2019

Donald Trump Jr. Attacking Biden For Not Curing Cancer Left Senator ‘At a Loss For Words’

First son Donald Trump Jr.'s attack at leading Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden regarding cancer during President Donald Trump's reelection campaign launch Tuesday left a senator "at a loss for words."
June 19, 2019

Time to prepare dinner is a luxurious many households don’t have

Have Americans forgotten how to cook? Many lament the fact that Americans spend less time cooking than they did in previous generations. Whereas women spent nearly two hours a day in the kitchen in 1965, they spent a little less than an hour preparing meals in 2016. Men are cooking more than they used to, but still only cook 20 minutes a day.
June 19, 2019

Cat Scratch Disease: Vet Suffers Extreme Fatigue for a Decade after Catching Rare, Severe Case of Bartonella Infection

A vet has been left suffering with extreme fatigue for almost a decade, after she caught an infection from a cat scratch which caused symptoms so severe she thought she was going blind or had a brain tumor .
June 19, 2019

Sleep coaching in your children: Why and the way it works

For thousands of years, mothers have sung lullabies to help their babies and children fall asleep. In more recent times, gadgets and devices have been invented and marketed to help the tired child – and weary parent.
June 19, 2019

12-Year-Old With Rare Autoimmune Disease Invents ‘Medi Teddy’ IV Covers For Kids

Hospitals are scary places, especially for kids. Ella Casano knows that all too well: Five years ago, the 12-year-old from Fairfield, Connecticut, was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura (ITP).
June 19, 2019

Suicide Rates Among Young Americans Have Hit Their Highest Levels in Almost 20 Years

Suicide rates among young people in the U.S. have hit their highest levels in almost two decades, a study has revealed.
June 18, 2019

The Brain Gobbles up Almost Half of a Child’s Energy—When This Changes the Risk of Obesity May Increase

A child's brain uses almost half of the body's energy in the early years of life, and scientists are now hypothesizing that the period in which a kid's brain stops consuming so much fuel comes with the risk of becoming obese.
June 18, 2019

What You Write on Facebook Could Be Used to Diagnose Conditions From Depression to Drug Abuse and STIs

Scientists have used people's Facebook posts to identify conditions from depression to STIs in a study. The researchers wanted to see if looking at a person's Facebook profile was a more accurate way of predicting and identifying conditions they had than their demographic information, such as age, sex, and race.
June 18, 2019

When You Talk About Relationships, Do You Say ‘I’ or ‘We’? Your Choice Is Revealing, Psychology Study Suggests

Your so-called "attachment style" when it comes to relationships could actually affect the language that you use to describe your significant other, according to a study published in the journal Social Psychology and Personality Science.
June 18, 2019

People in Boulder, Colorado Are Drinking Their Own Pee—Here’s Why They Shouldn’t

They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but a group in Boulder claims the panacea for their ills is something free and easily accessible: their own pee.