First full body transplant is two years away, surgeon claims

Ian Sample, science editor Medical research   Doctor plans to graft a living person’s head on to a donor body using procedures he believes will soon be...

Ethiopians Seeking Birth Control: Caught Between Church And State

ALLYN GAESTEL Her head draped with thin white fabric in the Ethiopian Orthodox tradition, Konjit walked to the stately entrance to the Holy Trinity Cathedral...

ancient Chinese healing techniques reveal how to breathe disease right out...

Dear Reader, We recently discovered a rare, paper-bound manuscript that turned out to be the only known record of a secret system of Chinese healing. ...

Men and women process, store fat differently, study suggests

By Melinda Carstensen Men and pre-menopausal women may process fat differently, leaving men at a greater risk for excess fat-related illnesses such as heart disease...

Consumer Reports to pregnant women: Avoid tuna

Linda Lombroso, The (Westchester County, N.Y.) Journal News Pregnant women should stop eating all forms of tuna, even the canned light variety, due to risks of mercury...

Disorders and Diseases Cured by Salt

Salt is a seasoning always present in any kitchen, but its uses are more numerous and are not limited only to the food seasoning....

Lose Weight Healthy – 7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism

A healthy diet leads to a faster burning of calories. Most of us have a slow metabolism and this can greatly aggravate any “mission” to lose...

Ginger and Its Amazing Benefits for Your Sexual Health

Stomach sedative and powerful antioxidant, ginger not only help you lose weight and feel better, but also make wonders for your sexual health. Ginger is...

What Diseases Can Hide Bad Dreams?

Dreams can provide important clues regarding the health of the people. In fact, violent dreams may be an early sign of developing brain diseases...

Eat for a Healthy Heart

By Doug Hanson Understanding the basics about heart-healthy foods and how they work makes planning a heart-healthy diet for your family fast and easy. Eat your...

Dental Charts to Understand Tooth Numbering System

By Smita Pandit Dental numbering or notation systems provide the dentists with a standard method for referring to particular teeth. This Buzzle write-up presents dental...

There’s no evidence to suggest mobile phones in trouser pockets affect...

A new study has claimed that keeping mobile phones in trouser pockets can damage a man’s sperm count, affecting his chances of becoming a...

Vitamin D Deficiency including Osteomalacia and Rickets

Vitamin D is important for good health, growth and strong bones. A lack of vitamin D is very common. Vitamin D is mostly made...

Is Your Teen Getting Enough Sleep?

By Tara Haelle (dailyRx News) Not getting enough sleep can have serious effects on physical and mental health. This is particularly true for teens, whose...

6 Things Your Period Can Tell You About Your Health

By Lizette Borreli Periods are considered to be one of the most taboo topics to talk about, but they can reveal a plethora of information...

5 Ways to Make Your Kids Nutritionally Savvy

By Cleveland Clinic  Want to get your kids involved in making smart eating decisions? It’s about more than limiting access to unhealthy options. It’s also...

Chest Scans May Spot Signs of Heart Disease

By Don Rauf (dailyRx News) Chest CT scans are a type of x-ray often used to investigate lung symptoms, such as shortness of breath or...

Vitamin D May Not Improve Asthma Symptoms

By Katti Gray (dailyRx News) Asthma can worsen as warmer weather produces more irritating pollens. It's previously been suggested that vitamin D supplements might relieve...

Study: Female Smokers Had Highest Risk for Brain Aneurysm Rupture

By Sean Kinney (dailyRx News) Departing from previous research findings, a new study suggests that the size of a brain aneurysm is not the most...

Where Your Body ‘Feels’ Emotions Revealed In New Study (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post Scientists have long known that common emotions can trigger sensations in our bodies -- whether it's butterflies in the stomach (anxiety) or hot...

Red Wine’s Benefits Can’t Be Reduced to a Single Pill

By Michael J. Blaha, MD, MPHMay 25, 2014 You have heard this story before—scientists learn that particular foods are healthy; chemists isolate the healthy chemical...

Know About Bacteria and Overactive Bladder

By Noelle Bounds (dailyRx News) Researchers appear to have debunked the long-held notion that urine is sterile. And the bacteria in urine may have implications...

Why Most HPV Strains Shouldn’t Worry Us Too Much

By Sabrina Bachai Seventy percent of healthy Americans have the human papillomavirus (HPV). Researchers looked at tissue samples and examined DNA from 100 men and...

Exercise Can Improve Quality of Life for Stroke Survivors

By Don Rauf (dailyRx News) Although a stroke can limit a person's ability to move, many who have had a stroke can still join in...

These 5 Emotions Are Damaging Your Health

By Lecia Bushak Though feelings are a powerful force and an inescapable part of life, they can have a pretty significant effect on your health...

Football Injury May Shrink Part of Brain

By Katti Gray (dailyRx News) Getting a head injury is a risk that comes with playing football. A disproportionate number of athletes in that contact...

Potential Dangers When You’re “Driving for Two”

By Tara Haelle (dailyRx News) A woman experiences a variety of changes to her body while she's pregnant. While these are normal changes, they might...

Brisk Walks May Lower Death Risk in Hypertensive Seniors

By Nancy Maleki (dailyRx News) There may be a simple way elderly men can prolong their life if they have high blood pressure, and it...