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23 Die of Meningitis in U.S.

Meningitis outbreak in the U.S. has so far claimed 23 lives. The death toll continues to raise as the government is trying to contain the disease. Tennessee’s death total in the outbreak rose to eight, the highest state total, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on its website. States reported 13 new cases of fungal meningitis, raising ... Read More »

Internet Addiction is Now a Mental Health Disorder

Internet Addiction, has been a term used for quite sometime but now it has become a real problem. It has been classified as a Mental Health Disorder. There’s been a lot of controversy about some of the maladies included in the freshly revised Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders (DSM-V). Internet addiction, or formally, Internet Use Disorder (IUD), ... Read More »

Sars Like Virus found in UK!!

The global pandemic  Sars that spread globally within a few weeks and killed hundreds might just be back in a new avatar. A new respiratory illness similar to the Sars virus that spread globally in 2003 and killed hundreds of people has been identified in a man who is being treated in Britain. Sars was very quick when it struck, ... Read More »

10 Hot & Sexy Vegan Celebrities

These celebrities have switched to the vegan way of life and proven it is the best way to stay healthy as well. 1. Carrie Underwood This summer, Self magazine evaluated Carrie Underwood’s diet and gave the singer an A+ for her menu choices. Underwood, who is “95 percent” vegan, is one of many celebrities who opt to go meatless in order ... Read More »

Japanese Create Liver From Stem Cells

The Japanese researchers have really took a huge leap. They have manged to create a completely functioning human liver from stem cells. This would be a breakthrough that will help us create artificial organs for those in need of transplants. A team of scientists transplanted induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells into the body of a mouse, where it grew into ... Read More »

Got Cold? Try Zinc!

The ages old common cold still has only guessing remedies. Common cold is one of the annoying diseases that pops-in once in a while. You sneeze, sniff and cough for at lease a week before it wears-off and doctors are not really helpful, they say just let it pass. But now a new scientific review suggests that taking zinc may ... Read More »