Health

Arizona Woman Born Without Vagina Raises Money For Surgery So She Can Have Sexual Relationship

Kaylee Moats from Arizona just graduated from college and she has a boyfriend whom she met while studying. However, these two will never be fully intimate because of one major problem — Kaylee doesn’t have a womb or a vaginal opening. Twenty-two-year-old Kaylee was diagnosed with Mayer Rokitansky Küster Hauser syndrome (MRKH), which means she was born without a vagina. ...

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Bubonic Plague: Fleas Carrying Yersinia Pestis Found In Arizona, Here Is What You Need To Know

Bubonic plague was something people read about in the history books. However, two people were infected with it in New Mexico earlier this year. It turns out that those were not isolated cases. According to Business Insider, fleas in Arizona were found carrying Yersinia pestis. It is the same bacteria that caused the deaths of 75 to 200 million people ...

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Bubonic Plague: Fleas Carrying Yersinia Pestis Found In Arizona, Here Is What You Need To Know

Bubonic plague was something people read about in the history books. However, two people were infected with it in New Mexico earlier this year. It turns out that those were not isolated cases. According to Business Insider, fleas in Arizona were found carrying Yersinia pestis. It is the same bacteria that caused the deaths of 75 to 200 million people ...

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Planned Parenthood Doctor Facing Disciplinary Action After Aborting 13-Year-Old Girl’s Baby

Dr. Allen Palmer was a part-time Planned Parenthood contractor filling in for a vacationing medical director when he performed an in-clinic abortion on a 13-year-old girl. However, Palmer violated state law by not turning over fetal tissue to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, which is a requirement for any abortion performed on a girl younger than 14-years-old. Planned Parenthood self-reported ...

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Australian Woman Dead After Too Many Protein Shakes

Meegan Hefford was just 25-years-old when she was found unconscious in her apartment in Mandurah, Western Australia. On June 19, Meegan was rushed to Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth where doctors frantically tried to determine why such a young and fit woman was rapidly losing brain activity. It took two days for the medical team to discover that Meegan had ...

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FDA Approved New Genius 3D Mammography Exam That Improves Cancer Detection, Reduces Patient Anxiety

Women with dense breasts can now rest a bit easier knowing that the new Genius 3D Mammography Exam has been approved by the FDA. This machine aids early detection of breast cancer and reduction recall rates for all women and all breast types. According to studies compiled by Hologic, between 40 and 50 percent of women of screening age have ...

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FDA Approved New Genius 3D Mammography Exam That Improves Cancer Detection, Reduces Patient Anxiety

Women with dense breasts can now rest a bit easier knowing that the new Genius 3D Mammography Exam has been approved by the FDA. This machine aids early detection of breast cancer and reduction recall rates for all women and all breast types. According to studies compiled by Hologic, between 40 and 50 percent of women of screening age have ...

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How A Common Nutrient Is Improving Gut Health

A recent study released from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has shown a strong correlation between tryptophan and gut health. Inflammation in the body is often associated with a higher risk for disease and weight gain. This has encouraged diets such as the Paleo food movement or anti-grain diets to become more prevalent. The side effects of ...

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‘You Made Me Feel Like Me Again’: Waterloo, Iowa Stylist Goes Out Of Way To Save Depressed Teen’s Hair

An Iowa stylist refused to shear a depressed teen girl’s matted locks and instead, spent an arduous 13 hours untangling each and every strand of her hair back to a near-perfect state. Kayley Olsson of Waterloo, a hairdressing student, took to Facebook early last week to publicly recall a recent client’s heartbreaking request that, like millions across the internet, as ...

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Energy Drinks May Lead To Cocaine Addiction Advises Recent University Study

Nearly 33 percent of young adults in the U.S. are at risk of being addicted to cocaine, take prescription medication for non-medical use, and become alcoholics. One in three people between the ages of 21 and 24 habitually consumes energy drinks, and a new study suggests they are more likely to abuse drugs or alcohol later in life. For the ...

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