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Emotional Health is About Dealing With Feelings

Emotional Health

Emotional Health Benefits Emotional health is about being happy, confident, aware, and resilient. If your emotional health is not as solid as you want it to be, there is good news. I’ve searched the web and found the following videos and articles to help you boost you mood, get more enjoyment from life, and build […]

September 22nd, 2015 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

How Strong is the Link Between Spirituality and Health?

Spirituality and health

Have you ever wondered about how strongly spirituality and health are connected? Whether you have or haven’t you’ll find what we found on the internet interesting. We have compiled points of view from the medical profession, different religions, and what’s being talked about on the subject in social media., Introduction: Spirituality and Health In this […]

July 16th, 2015 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

Substance In Red Wine Provides Health Benefits To Cardiovascular Patients


There have been a lot of reports about the health benefits of drinking red wine. Some pointed out that red wine is a zinger, while others revealed the health community wants us to believe it’s good for health because we like to drink it. However, two new studies reveal that a substance found in red […]

December 7th, 2014 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

Italian NGO Doctor Found Ebola Positive, Takes Experimental Treatment


The Italian doctor who has been tested positive for the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone has been taken to Rome by plane. The health ministry said that the doctor is the first Italian to contract the disease; he would arrive in Rome late Monday or early Tuesday and will be admitted at the Lazzaro Spallanzani […]

December 2nd, 2014 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

CDC: Only 30% of Americans Carrying HIV Have Virus Under Control


According to a new study, a third of Americans infected with HIV have the potentially dangerous virus under control. The report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed just 3 in 10 US citizens diagnosed with HIV, which can be followed by AIDs, are keeping the virus under control with medication. Two-thirds […]

December 1st, 2014 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

Codeine Should Not Be Given To Children – FDA Warning

Codeine FDA warning

Children should never be given codeine for pain relief following operations to have their adenoids or tonsils removed because it causes death, according to a FDA warning issued on Wednesday. The Federal Drug Administration said it wants all products containing codeine to carry a tough warning on the label, instructing doctors not to administer the […]

October 28th, 2014 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

Outbreak Of The Bird Flu Affects 500,000 Mexican Chickens

Outbreak Of The Bird Flu

According to the Mexico animal health agency, an outbreak of bird flu at seven farms located in central Mexico has affected at least 582,000 chickens. According to the Agriculture Department, over a million birds were exposed to the disease, but just how many chickens will have to killed has not been determined. In 2012, an […]

February 26th, 2013 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

Alcohol Consumption Believed To Have Major Role In Cancer

alcohol consumption and cancer

According to a study, even moderate consumption of alcohol might greatly raise the risk of dying from cancer. The study, released on Thursday, offered the first inclusive update of alcohol-related cancer deaths in years. The studies lead author, David Nelson, the director of the Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program at the National Cancer Institute said, “People don’t […]

February 22nd, 2013 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

First Human Bionic Eye Awaiting Approval From The FDA

Human Bionic Eye

The blind may see again soon as science is preparing to market a human bionic eye. Scientists are ready to implement years of study to give sight to the blind, provided a new high-tech cyborg eye is approved by the FDA. In January of 2013, the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System by California developer Second […]

February 14th, 2013 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

Vancouver Hospital First To Use Bug Killing Robot

Bug Killing Robot

VANCOUVER – When Trudi, (nicknamed by a staff member at the hospital in Vancouver), the first bug killing robot using a UV light, is turned on it makes a sound similar to a space shuttle launch system. The robot says in a digital monotone voice within a treatment room: “Disinfecting will commence in 15 seconds; please […]

February 4th, 2013 | Posted in Well-Being | Read More »

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