According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Cruise Ship Virus,” also known as Norovirus, infects about 20 million people each year and is the leading cause of disease outbreaks from contaminated food in the country.
The New England states have experienced a concerning opioid abuse problem amongst the region’s residents. Multiple governors have called for improvements in drug addiction treatment, and a new study shows that such programs might work.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released health and safety tips for those traveling to Brazil in a few weeks to attend the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Health experts urge receiving the appropriate preventive medicines.
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Researchers at the University of South Carolina conducted a study that analyzed the effects of THC in marijuana on patients with autoimmune diseases because the drug has previously shown to have an immunomodulatory activity.
Researchers have found that children who later develop autism are exposed to elevated levels of steroid hormones, such as testosterone, progesterone and cortisol, while still in the womb.
According to Yale University, child abuse occurs more often than the United States estimates. Approximately 12% of American children will suffer from neglect or physical, emotional, or sexual abuse before they turn 18 years old.
Nearly 12 percent of American children before the age of 18 experience maltreatment, a new study reveals.
When compared to the male counterparts, young women are known to fare worse after surviving a heart attack, a new study reveals.
Yoga has long been known to help prevent and cope with Asthma, but a new study found that yoga does not offer much help.
Exposure to blue light before and during the evening meal increases hunger and may also alter metabolism, a new study reveals.