Health

False Advertising On Chiropractic Care Benefits

Chiropractic care benefits falsely advertised by practitioners. These claims include treatment for non-musculoskeletal diseases.

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Zika Virus Outbreak | #HealthInFocus

Zika virus outbreak becomes a pressing world health concern. This mosquito-borne virus is linked to birth defects and can be spread through sexual intercourse.

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#HealthNews: Johnson & Johnson and Verily for the future of surgery, new autism risk and first dengue vaccine

Johnson & Johnson and Verily collaborate for the future of surgery Alphabet’s Verily, formerly Google Life Sciences, and Johnson & Johnson join forces in the creation of Verb Surgical for

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#WellnessWednesday: How To Relieve Wrist Pain With These Simple Exercises

I was about to begin my research for work when I felt a very slight pain in my wrist. This sensation made me worry because it’s an ongoing problem every time I use the computer but

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Streets Are Meant For Walking Too

Obviously, walking is the cheapest form of exercise. It’s an activity that you can do everyday with loads of benefits. As pointed out by The Guardian, walkable communities are beneficial to

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Serve up bone strength throughout life | World Osteoporosis Day 2015

Happening every 20th of October, World Osteoporosis Day is “dedicated to raising global awareness of the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis and metabolic bone

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Smiling is as good as having 2,000 bars of chocolate | #WorldSmileDay

October 2nd is celebrated as World Smile Day. So how did this event began? World Smile Day is attributed to Harvey Ball. He created the smiley face in 1963 and $45 for his work. He didn’t

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Urban myth debunked: Five-second food rule not true

This prevalent five-second rule was disproved by Jillian Clarke, back then an American high-school student, and her colleagues when they conducted a scientific investigation in 2003. So the

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Gene test can determine if patients with early stage breast cancer can skip chemo

According to a study sponsored by the National Cancer Institute which was published online by New England Journal of Medicine, gene test can determine if women with early-stage breast cancer can

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Study shows that waking up for social media makes pupils feel tired during the day

Parents have valid reasons to put a limit to use of social media during night time: Study author Dr Kimberley Horton said: “Having a regular wake-time and using social media during the

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