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What You May Not Know About Breast Cancer

One of the most common concerns of a breast cancer survivor following successful treatment is recurrence. Breast cancer survivors can be subject to a myria

Cancer — 13 Different Types Are Related to Being Overweight or Obese

Much less known, but every bit as real and life-threatening is the connection between obesity and malignancy, the general medical term for cancer.

The Black Community Has Painful Reasons Not to Trust Medicine

Children as young as three months old were, according to one researcher, used as guinea pigs in UK medical experiments to test out drugs such as those for HIV.

Survey Finds Widespread Confusion Around US Health Insurance

Many Americans are confused about the basics of health insurance, despite widespread attention on health care during this year's global pandemic and election season.

How to Get Calcium From Plants

Calcium is an essential nutrient. It is one of the main elements that make up bone. It also plays an important role in muscle contraction as well as sending signals between cells.

Flu Shots Save Lives

The best preventative measure to fight against influenza and its possible complications is vaccination with the annual flu vaccine.

The Shadow of a Smile Has Magic in It

Today the field of psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) is one that strongly supports the idea that we can manage our nervous and immune system by our emotions.

A Thanksgiving Meditation Of Gratitude

The goal of the gratitude meditation is to focus on the contact between your mind and body with a renewed sense of acknowledgment for the majesty and abundance the time of Thanksgiving provides.

Why ‘White Coat Syndrome’ and The Pandemic Are A Double Threat

White coat syndrome, or ‘white coat hypertension’, is a phenomenon whereby patients experience elevated blood pressure when they are in the presence of a medical professional

Purdue Reformulated OxyContin to Reduce Abuse — Did They Succeed?

OxyContin was neither superior to old-fashioned immediate-release oxycodone, a cheaper generic, nor did it offer any advantage over other opioids like morphine.

Free Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinics Across Los Angeles County

L.A. Care Health Plan and Blue Shield of California Promise Health Plan's network of Community Resource Centers are offering drive-thru flu shot clinics across Los Angeles County

Could Covid Silently Benefit Us by Providing a Cure for Influenza?

The similarities found between SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV, or human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV) can enhance the development of potential therapeutic approaches and advance the understanding of the virus mechanism of action -

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Why ‘White Coat Syndrome’ and The Pandemic Are A Double Threat

White coat syndrome, or ‘white coat hypertension’, is a phenomenon whereby patients experience elevated blood pressure when they are in the presence of a medical professional

TaiGen files US IND for its influenza antiviral TG-1000

TaiGen Biotechnology Company, announced today that it has filed an IND application with the US FDA for its influenza antiviral TG-1000.

10 Coping Strategies to Help You Deal With Chronic Pain

While there is no miracle drug or solution that can take away your pain completely, there are some strategies that you can explore that may help you cope with chronic pain in your daily life.