Monthly Archives: August 2017

How You Could Unknowingly Be Harming Your Pet

New data has recently become available which shows that allergens from food not only affect humans, but animals as well. This new insight reveals knowledge into the many ailments that can harm pets. The study which was conducted by the interdisciplinary Messerli Research Institute of the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna and of the Medical University of Vienna, helps to ...

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Gilead Sciences Buys Kite Pharma For $11.9 Billion: New Lymphoma Cancer Treatment In Works

Biopharmaceutical leader Gilead Sciences will buy Kite Pharma, Inc. for $ 11.9 billion later this year, both companies announced Monday. Gilead is the maker of biopharma drugs like Tamiflu®, Harvoni®, and others regarded as market-leading HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C treatments. The sale indicates that Kite Pharma’s innovative cancer treatment is likely to be approved for use by patients with non-Hodgkin ...

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Viagra vs Cialis: Which One Is More Effective and Safer?

For decades men have used Sildenafil, also known as Viagra and its competitor, Tadalafil (Cialis) as the medication to treat erectile dysfunction. Cialis is known to have a more long lasting effect than Viagra, as it gives the longer erection. However, it does not mean Cialis is more effective than Viagra because it has a more serious side effect. There ...

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Viagra vs Cialis: Which One Is More Effective and Safer?

For decades men have used Sildenafil, also known as Viagra and its competitor, Tadalafil (Cialis) as the medication to treat erectile dysfunction. Cialis is known to have a more long lasting effect than Viagra, as it gives the longer erection. However, it does not mean Cialis is more effective than Viagra because it has a more serious side effect. There ...

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Can Chemicals In Yoga Mats Make Women Infertile?

A new study suggests that there might be a link between products such as yoga mats and infertility among women — at least when it comes to the chemicals found in these products. The study, which involved researchers from Harvard University and the University of Michigan, took a look at 211 women who had checked into the Massachusetts General Hospital ...

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Can Chemicals In Yoga Mats Make Women Infertile?

A new study suggests that there might be a link between products such as yoga mats and infertility among women — at least when it comes to the chemicals found in these products. The study, which involved researchers from Harvard University and the University of Michigan, took a look at 211 women who had checked into the Massachusetts General Hospital ...

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Vitamin B Increases Risk Of Lung Cancer, Especially Among Men

Vitamin B, taken in high doses, increases a man’s chances of developing lung cancer, according to a new study published Tuesday. While previous research suggests vitamins B6 and B12 can provide some protection against the disease, a new study found taking too much actually escalates the risk of lung cancer but only in men. Researchers surveyed over 77,000 people ages ...

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Vitamin B Increases Risk Of Lung Cancer, Especially Among Men

Vitamin B, taken in high doses, increases a man’s chances of developing lung cancer, according to a new study published Tuesday. While previous research suggests vitamins B6 and B12 can provide some protection against the disease, a new study found taking too much actually escalates the risk of lung cancer but only in men. Researchers surveyed over 77,000 people ages ...

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Eclipse Sickness Is Real, And People Across The Country Came Down With It, What’s The Explanation?

It’s been a little bit under 48 hours since The Great American Eclipse crossed 12 states, and across the country, observers have been complaining of “eclipse sickness” ever since the event. As Bustle reports, “eclipse sickness” is real, and it’s not a case of mass hysteria. People who watched the event really have gotten sick, reporting symptoms such as headaches, ...

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Vivek Murthy: Former Surgeon General On Stress In U.S., Fear Prevents Americans From Reaching Full Potential

Vivek Murthy, the former surgeon general, is worried about stress in the United States. From what he is observing, Americans are living in a fear-driven society. He believes there are several consequences in addition to health issues, mental health problems, and a stagnant emotional well-being. In an interview with National Geographic, Murthy warns that it is preventing people from reaching ...

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