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Causes of Acne

Acne is common in most adolescents and is one of the most widespread skin conditions in the world.  More than 90 percent of adolescents and almost 25 percent of all adults suffer from it.  Although there is no cure, we can still educate ourselves about what causes it, in order to better understand the condition [...]

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Dirty Showerheads & Bacteria

Who knew that your shower could be covering you with a dose of bacteria? Ironically, a new study shows that many showerheads are dirty and might be covering you up with bacteria, which can cause sickness. A research of fifty showerheads from nine different U.S. cities showed that about 15 showerheads or 30 percent of [...]

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Mediterranean Diet helpful for Type 2 Diabetes

A recent study shows that Mediterranean diet may help people with type 2 diabetes avoid blood sugar leveling medications.  Mediterranean diet has also been proven to be a healthy diet plan which can help you lose weight and lower the risk of attaining cardiovascular disease. Italian researchers discovered that only 44 percent of those on [...]

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Ted Kennedy’s Death: Analysis of Glioma

Fifteen months ago, Ted Kennedy was diagnosed with a malignant tumor.  He passed away surrounded by all those who loved him including his wife, children, and other family member.  However, we must all remember him for his life-long goal of achieving universal health care.  Although his illness thwarted his efforts of negotiations, he brought forth [...]

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H1N1 Prevention: Do Masks Really Work?

The H1N1 Influenza, more commonly known as the Swine flu, has swept across the globe, leaving behind it not only death but a heightened fear of procuring the lethal virus.  Newscasts constantly display hundreds of people wearing masks in an attempt to protect themselves from airborne droplets holding the virus, but do these masks really work? As [...]

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West Nile found on Long Island

Just a few days ago, West Nile Virus was found in a mosquito pool on Long Island, Nassau County. New York State Department of Health collected a sample on August 6th and confirmed that it was West Nile virus positive.  The virus was found in a sample of Culex pipiens-restuans mosquitoes, which commonly bite birds. [...]

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Hangover 101: Cures & Prevention

The partying and binge drinking was fun last night but the after effects you’re going to feel in the morning certainly won’t be.  Thousands of people around the world suffer from the nausea, vomiting, headaches, and dehydration brought forth by hangovers.  There are a lucky few that are naturally resistant to hangovers, however, for the [...]

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Toothache 101 and Remedies

Ever been struck by a toothache?  If not consider yourself lucky, because they are nothing but pain and misery.  A toothache is usually caused when the central region of the tooth, known as the pulp, becomes irritated or inflamed.  The pulp is the location of several nerve endings, therefore, inflammation and injury near the pulp [...]

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Green Tea & Cancer: Is there a link?

You probably thought that drinking green tea daily would help lower your chances of acquiring cancer; however, according to recent studies, you could be wrong. In a new review, researchers looked at 51 medium-to-high quality researches conducted with more than 1.6 million participants from 1985-2008 and discovered “limited” evidence to support the theory behind green [...]

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Why Mosquitos Bite YOU

Have you ever wondered why you are the only one being hunted down by blood sucking mosquitoes, while people around you seem to be suffering no trouble?  Is it really because your blood is sweeter?  Recent studies show that sweet blood may not exactly be the problem. Jerry Butler, a PhD professor at the University [...]

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