Stop, Drop, and Pour: Coffee-Mate's New Oat Milk Creamer Is Here to Brighten Mornings

STOP, DROP, AND POUR: COFFEE-MATE'S NEW OAT MILK CREAMER IS HERE TO BRIGHTEN MORNINGS

After aptly being named one of the biggest trends of 2019 , oat milk is hitting grocery stores! Whether you've heard your friends talking...

Couldn't sleep last night? A cup of cocoa for breakfast can reduce the negative effects of sleep deprivation

COULDN'T SLEEP LAST NIGHT? A CUP OF COCOA FOR BREAKFAST CAN REDUCE THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF SLEEP DEPRIVATION

Researchers suggest drinking a cup of cocoa after a night of sleeplessness after conducting a study that concluded that flavanol-rich...

 
 
 
Study: Marketing to Docs, Opioid Crisis Linked

STUDY: MARKETING TO DOCS, OPIOID CRISIS LINKED

A county-by-county analysis showed that opioid use increased in places where drug makers focused their marketing efforts to physicians,...

Steps to Reduce Hospital Sleep Disruptions Studied

STEPS TO REDUCE HOSPITAL SLEEP DISRUPTIONS STUDIED

Nighttime room entries dropped by 44 percent after researchers educated doctors and nurses on the health consequences of in-hospital...

 
 
 
Personalized Treatment Plans can Benefit Kidney Cancer Patients

PERSONALIZED TREATMENT PLANS CAN BENEFIT KIDNEY CANCER PATIENTS

Life expectancy of early-stage kidney cancer patients, with risk factors for worsening kidney disease could be extended by personalized...

Already Given Up Your New Year's Resolutions? These Memes Will Make You Feel Better

ALREADY GIVEN UP YOUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS? THESE MEMES WILL MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER

Jan. 1 is usually a time when you get all psyched to make changes toward a healthier, happier you, inside and out. You vow to hit the...

 
 
 
Drinking Soft Drinks While Exercising in Hot Weather May Up Kidney Disease

DRINKING SOFT DRINKS WHILE EXERCISING IN HOT WEATHER MAY UP KIDNEY DISEASE

Drinking soft drinks while exercising in hot weather can put you at a higher kidney disease risk, reveals a new study.

World Trade Center Responders at Higher Risk for Head, Neck Cancers

WORLD TRADE CENTER RESPONDERS AT HIGHER RISK FOR HEAD, NECK CANCERS

World Trade Center responders are more likely to have human papillomavirus -related head and neck cancers, reveals a new study.

 
 
 
Existing Concussion Tests for Ice Hockey Players Miss Vital Brain Function Problem

EXISTING CONCUSSION TESTS FOR ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS MISS VITAL BRAIN FUNCTION PROBLEM

Novel tool measures the brain's vital signs using complex brainwave data as a new study finds that existing concussion tests often...

Blister Fluid Can Help Diagnose Burn Depth and Severity Much Faster

BLISTER FLUID CAN HELP DIAGNOSE BURN DEPTH AND SEVERITY MUCH FASTER

Blister fluid can identify burn depth and severity more accurately, reveals a new study.

 
 
 
Ditch the aspirin! Ginger works just as well. with NONE of the side effects

DITCH THE ASPIRIN! GINGER WORKS JUST AS WELL. WITH NONE OF THE SIDE EFFECTS

A daily dose of one aspirin a day is often prescribed for the prevention of heart disease to those who are at risk. However, just like...

Opioid Use in Pregnancy Linked to Birth Defects?

OPIOID USE IN PREGNANCY LINKED TO BIRTH DEFECTS?

Researchers recently found that counties that had higher rates of opioid prescribing had nearly two times more babies born with their...

 
 
 
New York City fentanyl deaths rose 3,000% in just 3 years, CDC figures reveal

NEW YORK CITY FENTANYL DEATHS ROSE 3,000% IN JUST 3 YEARS, CDC FIGURES REVEAL

The new stats, released today, reveal overall drug deaths in New York City almost doubled, rocketing 81 percent, between 2014 and 2017...

Keep Moving to Keep Brain Sharp in Old Age

KEEP MOVING TO KEEP BRAIN SHARP IN OLD AGE

Older people who were physically active kept their minds sharp, even if their brains showed signs of lesions or other markers linked...

 
 
 
Food recalls soar 10% in 5 years - with meat and poultry contamination up more than 80%

FOOD RECALLS SOAR 10% IN 5 YEARS - WITH MEAT AND POULTRY CONTAMINATION UP MORE THAN 80%

A new report from the US Public Interest Research Group has found that meat and poultry recalls falling in Class I - meaning consumption...

Experts: People Must Change Diets to Save Earth

EXPERTS: PEOPLE MUST CHANGE DIETS TO SAVE EARTH

People will need to eat half as much sugar and red meat as now, and double the amount of plant-based foods they eat, including nuts,...

 
 
 
Scientists have learned how to interrupt cancer cell growth; allowing them to prevent cancer's adaptation to treatment

SCIENTISTS HAVE LEARNED HOW TO INTERRUPT CANCER CELL GROWTH; ALLOWING THEM TO PREVENT CANCER'S ADAPTATION TO TREATMENT

It has been 16 years since the human genome was decoded - an accomplishment that scientists hoped would someday prove useful in cancer...

Another drop in opioid prescribing - but progress is slow in rural areas, CDC report reveals 

ANOTHER DROP IN OPIOID PRESCRIBING - BUT PROGRESS IS SLOW IN RURAL AREAS, CDC REPORT REVEALS 

Doctors prescribe 14 percent fewer opioids to their patients in the US now than they did in 2014, a new Centers for Disease Control...

 
 
 
Flu piles pressure on over-stretched NHS hospitals as the outbreak KILLS 26 people in a week

FLU PILES PRESSURE ON OVER-STRETCHED NHS HOSPITALS AS THE OUTBREAK KILLS 26 PEOPLE IN A WEEK

Public Health England figures today revealed the number of people visiting their GP about flu-like symptoms rose by a third in just...

The Flu Poses Serious Risks To Pregnant Women And Their Babies

THE FLU POSES SERIOUS RISKS TO PREGNANT WOMEN AND THEIR BABIES

The flu is much more than just a bad cold. Hundreds of thousands of people are hospitalized each year due to the flu, and last year...