Health

First Baby With Three Biological Parents Born Thanks To Banned DNA Technique Used To Prevent Leigh Syndrome

The first baby with DNA from three donors has been born in New York thanks to a controversial technique that has been banned in America. According to the New York Times, scientists and parents traveled to Mexico to complete the DNA work, which could not be done in America. The baby, born to a couple from Jordan, has been called ...

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Can Daith Piercings Cure Migraines?

Daith piercings, which involve piercing through the ear’s innermost cartilage fold, have become a popular new trend in managing chronic migraines and headaches. Many people are now reporting that the piercings have stopped or dramatically slowed their migraines. The concept behind Daith piercings for migraine relief is rooted in acupuncture and pressure points. BME Encyclopedia explains that the theory is ...

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Even More Evidence That Coffee Is Good For You

Coffee lovers around the world have even more reason to rejoice, indulge, and rejoice some more – even more scientific evidence has emerged that coffee is good for your health. According to MSN, the reasons to love coffee are far more than for its flavor. In fact, coffee might not only wake you up, it just might save your life. ...

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HIV Cure Close? Disease Vanishes From The Blood Of A British Man

Could the cure for HIV be close? According to Telegraph, scientists are reporting a cure for the disease could be close as the disease has completely vanished from the blood of a British man who had previously tested positive for HIV. Scientists revealed to The Sunday Times that the HIV virus is currently undetectable in the blood of a British ...

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Why The ‘Mindfulness’ Approach To Weight Loss Is Considered The Best Diet Plan

Losing weight and successfully keeping it off is something that millions of people struggle with each year. A recent study has found that “mindfulness” is a successful way to not only lose weight, but keep it off. So, how can your big-picture life values help you stick to your diet and exercise goals to help you finally lose weight and ...

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October Is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s time to pull resources together to combat the disease. While multiple organizations that are actively fighting for a cure support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the American Cancer Society and Imperial Chemical Industries started the observance. Since 1985, every October has served as a time to focus on strategies, raise money ...

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Natural Remedies: Top 5 ‘Cures’ To Harvest From The Forest

Native Americans and early pioneers made use of the natural remedies to help heal wounds, soothe pain, and to treat common ailments. A growing segment of society has decided to hearken back to the old ways instead of running to the local pharmacy when faced with mild or moderate medical issues. Some folks are becoming fans of alternative medicine or ...

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Acne Is A Good Thing, No Joke! Here’s Why…

Acne is a good thing. Really. It is. Do you have your doubts? Let’s face it, for many of us there was a point somewhere in our past when you were getting ready for a date, or for a school picture or a dance, and that dreaded zit reared its mighty head… and usually in the worst spot. Why is ...

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Is Ibuprofen Linked To Heart Failure? Everyday Painkillers Damned In New Report

Ibuprofen and other everyday painkillers could be linked to heart failure according to a new study published by BMJ Open. Painkillers! Nearly every medicine cabinet in the civilized world is bursting at the seams with an array of over-the-counter medication capable of combating all the ills, aches, pains, and niggles caused by the hustle and bustle and unrest and stress ...

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‘Club Drug’ Ketamine Useful In Migraine Treatment, Researchers Say

Ketamine, a potent drug that is often used in anesthesia and classified as a “dissociative agent” is also popular on the club scene in a recreational sense, often referred to as “Special K.” It has also been used in veterinary medicine to sedate animals and causes individuals to enter a “trance-like” state when taken. [image via techinsider.io] Naturally, due to ...

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