Researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have developed "mini-brains" to study neurological diseases. The brains are composed of neurons and cells of a human brain. Like Us on Facebook …
Science World Report · 2 hours ago
Study Neurological Illnesses
After months of waiting, Amie and Brian Martin were grateful when their daughter Ava finally received a new heart. The 19-month-old girl with big, blue eyes and strawberry blonde hair had endured two open-heart …
Chicago Tribune · 1 hour ago
Amie Martin
A new Center for Disease Control report found that a porn actor likely infected another performer with HIV while having condom-less sex on a gay porn set — leading the agency to warn that testing alone is insufficient to …
BuzzFeed · 22 minutes ago
NEW YORK --The Zika virus continues to cause concern in the U.S. and beyond. Two new cases were reported Friday in Ohio while in Hawaii, the governor has declared a state of emergency to deal with …
CBS News · 3 hours ago
Zika virus
Wichita County hasn't been washed away yet by the cost of providing health care to its neediest residents, but the tide is rising on the federally mandated Indigent Health Care program. Tonya Gideon, office manager for the …
Wichita Falls Times Record News · 29 minutes ago
Health Care
Think romance is dead, particularly on college campuses, where hookups are commonplace? Think again, say the authors of a new study. The study, called "The Date's Not Dead After All: New findings on Hooking Up …
NBC News · 2 hours ago
College Campuses
It's been 40,000 years since the Neanderthals disappeared, but their lingering genetic legacy may be influencing your health. If you are of Asian or European descent, about 2% of your genome came from your Neanderthal …
Los Angeles Times · 3 hours ago
Neanderthal inheritance
Dr. Jennifer Savino has been named assistant chairwoman of Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center’s Department of Emergency Medicine. She is a board certified emergency medicine physician. Savino is a graduate … · 40 minutes ago
Emergency Medicine
ASHLAND - University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center won an above average four-star rating on patient satisfaction survey — but was penalized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for a high …
Mansfield News Journal · ByLinda Martz · 56 minutes ago
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KHON2 · 56 minutes ago
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USA Today · 9 hours ago
Butler confirms 3 cases of mumps on campus Butler University officials say three cases of mumps, a contagious disease caused by a virus, were found on its Indianapolis campus. Check out this story on …
Indianapolis Star · 38 minutes ago
The long subway ride from DC’s airport to Silver Spring was unusually pleasant. It had been about an hour since I had taken a low dose of methamphetamine. It was my 40th birthday—Oct. 30, 2006—and I was …
Raw Story · 9 minutes ago
Men are twice as likely as women to get cancer of the mouth and throat linked to the human papillomavirus, or HPV, one of the most common sexually transmitted infections, researchers say. For men, the risk of …
Yahoo News · 45 minutes ago
Debbie Oestreich, and her daughters, Olivia, 11, at sewing machine, and Ariela, 10, all of Farmington Hills, help sew to create reusable sanitary napkins for girls in Third World countries. (Photo: Patricia Montemurri …
Detroit Free Press · ByPatricia Montemurri · 16 minutes ago
Cloth sanitary pads
On her lunch break, Diane Coffman straps her iPod around her arm and steps onto a treadmill. A co-worker, Patrick McKoy, lies back on a bench and heaves 100-pound barbells into the air. To get a quick workout …
Fayetteville Observer · ByAndrew Barksdale · 33 minutes ago
Love is in the air this time of year. But for young couples looking to start a family, there is something else in the air that may hinder that pursuit. Recent studies have linked exposure to urban air pollution with stillbirth …
Salt Lake Tribune · 44 minutes ago
air pollution
An extremely graphic video of an infected tattoo has resurfaced on YouTube and social media users are still left cringing after watching the stomach-churning footage. Based on the comments written by viewers via the Daily …
The Inquisitr · 1 hour ago
infected tattoo
The safety of artificial turf found on most playgrounds and playing fields all over the country is being questioned after an investigation revealed a list of 200 young people with cancer who played on the surface. The crumb …
The Stir · 2 hours ago
Artificial Turf
Two more cases of the Zika virus have been reported in Ohio, one involving a Licking County man who was in Haiti. That brings to four the number of cases reported by the Ohio Department of Health in the past week. None …
Norwalk Reflector · 53 minutes ago
Zika virus