Top News: #Vitamins

Here are the top read news for #Vitamins: Vitamin Overdose: What Happens When You Intake Large Quantities Of Vitamin A, B And D?: It is a known fact that vitamins play an essential role in growth and function of our bodies. However, too much vitamin intake can cause health problems such as nausea, high level…

Top News: #OlympicsAndHealth

Here are the top read news for #OlympicsAndHealth: What Are the Purple Dots on Michael Phelps? Cupping Has an Olympic Moment: In cupping, practitioners of the healing technique — or sometimes the athletes themselves — place specialized cups on the skin. Then they use either heat or an air pump to create suction between the…

Top News: #Smoking

Here are the top read news for #Smoking: Female smokers face greatest risk for brain bleeds: Bleeding inside the lining of the brain (subarachnoid hemorrhage) is significantly more common among smokers, especially female smokers, than among people who do not smoke, according to new research in the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke. Subarachnoid hemorrhage results…

Top News: #Alzheimers

Here are the top read news for #Alzheimers: How Alzheimer’s turned a daughter into her mom’s mom: Now accustomed to her mother’s memory loss, Veney shrugs it off: “People will say things to her about her daughter Loretta, and my mom is very polite and just nods, but if you ask her if she has…

Top News: #HeartHealth

Here are the top read news for #HeartHealth: People with heart failure need to be especially careful about drug interactions: More than 32 prescription medications were found to cause direct damage to the heart. For example, anthracyclines, a class of chemotherapy compounds frequently used to combat cancer, contain five agents known for causing irregular heart…

Top News: #Autism

Here are the top read news for #Autism: Do Alternative Treatments for Autism Work?: The treatments range from special diets and supplements — two of the most frequently tried interventions — to music or animal therapy. But parents have little guidance from medical science, because the evidence for alternatives is thin, if it exists at all:…