New Organ Discovered in Human Body – The Mesentery

New Organ Discovered in Human Body - The Mesentery

Researchers in Ireland claim to have found a new organ in the human body. The brand-new human organ is called the mesentery which is located in our

Iron Deficiency Anemia May Be Linked To Hearing Loss

hearing loss

Iron deficiency or too little iron in the body is already known to cause a number of health issues such as fatigue, tiredness, shortness of breath, dizziness,

Parents’ Obesity May Up Kids’ Risk of Developmental Delays

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Parents, take note! Being overweight or obese may not only take a toll on your health, but could impact your future child’s development and social skills as

Common Weight Loss Surgery May Cause Digestive Issues

Shocking! Diet Foods Are Actually Making You Fat

With the obesity epidemic continuing to soar in several nations, the number of people opting for weight loss surgery has surged dramatically. Weight loss surgery, also known

Sex in Old Age: It Actually Gets Better As We Age!

Sex in Old Age: It Actually Gets Better As We Age!

Is sex is less enjoyable in old age? As we grow older, many of us often end up wondering how to continue an active, satisfying sex life!

Taking Fish Oil During Pregnancy May Cut Child’s Asthma Risk

Taking Fish Oil During Pregnancy May Cut Child’s Asthma Risk

New research out of Denmark has shown that giving pregnant women fish oil supplements reduces the risk of asthma in their children. In the study released on

Pain in Shoulder May Indicate Increased Heart Disease Risk

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Are you suffering from pain in shoulder? Don’t ignore it as scientists in the United States warn that the condition may indicate an increased risk of heart

Combo of Diabetes and Antihypertensive Drugs May Treat Cancer

Diabetes and Antihypertensive Drugs

Scientists in Switzerland claim to have found an effective treatment of cancer in existing diabetes and antihypertensive drugs. A combination of drugs used to treat type 2

Short-term Antibiotic Treatment May Harm Kids With Ear Infections

Short-term Antibiotic Treatment May Harm Kids With Ear Infections

A new study has come up with surprising findings revealing that short-term antibiotic treatment can put health of infants who have ear infection in jeopardy. Reducing the

Ancient Herbal Chinese Malaria Medicine May Help Fight Tuberculosis

Chinese Malaria Medicine May Help Fight Tuberculosis

Patients diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB) as well as physicians who are expert in infectious diseases and pulmonologists can now heave a sigh of relief as scientists in