Expensive brand-name medications to lower blood pressure are no better at preventing cardiovascular disease than older, generic diuretics, according to new long-term data from a landmark study.
Surgeons at the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine and University of Washington Medical Center have determined that transorbital neuroendoscopic surgery (TONES) is a safe and effective option for treating a variety of advanced brain diseases and traumatic injuries. This groundbreaking minimally invasive surgery is performed through the eye socket, thus eliminating the removal of the top of the skull to access the brain. These findings were published in the September issue of Neurosurgery.
As the medical community searches for better vaccines and ways to deliver them, a University of Rochester scientist believes he has discovered a new approach to boosting the body’s response to vaccinations.
This article is dedicated to my son, his friends, and to all other ignorant people who play Russian roulette with Mother Nature. Going to the beach in the middle of the summer, in Florida, at 3:30pm (which is really 2:30 pm normal time) and thinking that the sunscreen will protect you from the dangerous sun rays is criminal to your body and health.
Scientists are reporting development of the first “dipstick” test for instantly determining a person’s blood type at a cost of just a few pennies.