American College of Emergency Physician revealed: Emergency visits surpassing previous records

According to the latest data from the Center for disease control & prevention, the number of emergency cases broke the record of 145.6 million patients in 2016. The American College of Emergency... Read more »

Altering Lactation Education for the Orthodox Jewish Families

Breastfeeding is an established practice for millions of women around the globe and greatly recommended by the World Health Organization. To provide suitable counseling on breast milk and breastfeeding, it is essential... Read more »

The relationship found between obesity and household dust

According to recent research, household dust contains certain Endocrine-disrupting chemicals which promote the production of fat cells and contributes to the abnormal growth in children comparative to their age. This research will... Read more »

Doctors Mostly Prescribe the Preventive Therapy In case of EMR Extension

According to a new study by Penn Medicine, merely educating the doctors regarding the significance of prescribing specific therapies might not be sufficient. Utilizing the acid suppression therapy, that is a very... Read more »

Allergies prior to birth responsible for Sexual Changes in Young

One allergic reaction through pregnancy van prompts sexual-development variations in the minds of infants which can last a lifetime. Female rats birthed by mothers subjected to an allergen while pregnant displayed more... Read more »

Naltrexone Implant Prevents Relapse of Opioid Dependence in HIV Patients

Patients that are battling with both HIV and opioid dependence can do without treatment of addiction as they are more likely to leave drugs than drug-free patients.  Where the regular oral form... Read more »

Study Gives New Approach in Enhancing Success of Immunotherapy for Colorectal Cancer

Researchers have discovered the common oncogene KRAS as a probable reason why several patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (CRC) aren’t responding to immune checkpoint blockade (ICB) therapy. A study published on March... Read more »

Calcium Does Not Increase Risk of AMD- NIH Study

According to a study done at the National Eye Institute, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is not caused by intaking a calcium-rich diet and neither by using calcium supplements. The study reveals that... Read more »

Leukemia Drug Developed From Asian Tree

Cancer is one of the most affective disease that has affected the human race. This disease is the leading cause of death for humans due to its high spread through the world.... Read more »