Automated external defibrillators or AED's are designed to save cardiac arrest victims but new research finds the devices are often too far out of reach during an emergency and The Department of Health and Human Services set a deadline of 2025 to find effective ways to treat the mind destroying disease.
Meat will hopefully be made safer by a new U-S-D-A tracing method. The goal is to eliminate any food safety problems before they spread rather than fighting an outbreak once it is discovered and Harvard researchers found when people share information about themselves, it activates a sensation of pleasure in the brain.
Fifteen million babies are born too soon every year and 1.1 million die shortly after birth, making premature birth the second leading cause of death in children under age 5 and more teens are using marijuana while fewer parents are talking to kids about drugs.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic say that sitting in front of a computer screen may seem like inactivity, but it could be giving your brain a workout and a new survey of Fortune 100 companies finds that the health care overhaul, contrary to the claims of its authors, created some perverse incentives for employers to drop workers from company insurance plans.
Scientists have discovered two new genes which could lead to childhood obesity and according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sex education is becoming less prevalent in American middle schools.