Rapper Dieuson Octave famous as Kodak Black arrested in Broward

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Congressional Gold Medal Awarded to Former Sen. Bob Dole

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Famous Musician Dolores O’Riordan has passed Away at Age 46

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The “Camila” Album of Camila Cabello

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Category Archives: Health

10 Questions that Even Doctors Hesitate to Ask

Ace Score

The ‘ACE’ scores have been a part of medical science for more than a decade. How most doctors have declared it as a useless method of treatment. Several doctors believe that it is very hard to connect with the patient on several topics. It is important that everyone knows how to manage things. It is important that they take into consideration the important factors regarding their life including their childhood.

Scientists Find Brain Parts that Anticipate Others’ Intentions & Actions


Scientists have discovered the part of brain, which calculates the intentions of others, and scientists believe that that have discovered the neuronal basis in the brain for the cornerstone of the successful social interchange. This functionality of the brain will lead to find the intentions of the others. This research has been come out from the test made on the monkeys, when mapping the brain signals of male Rhesus Monkeys during the games that test social cooperation and social anticipation.

Pumpkin – An Overlooked Source of Essential Vitamins and Minerals

Whenever it comes to know about the health benefits of vegies, pumpkins is a name that is often overlooked, but it is an extremely nutrient and beneficial for health vegie. Pumpkin is full of vitamins, but low in calorie. There are lots of creative ways, which can be used to add pumpkin in your diet

Vitamin D Deficiency in Childhood Linked to Heart Risks in Middle Age

Vitamin D

According to a long-term Finnish study, the shortage of Vitamin D in babyhood might be interrelated to hardening of the arteries in the middle age. In the beginning 1980, almost 2,148 children between the age of 3 to 18 were enlisted in the study of ‘the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism’. All of them undertook periodical physical examinations, including the proceedings of serum Vitamin D levels,

Gut Bacteria From High-Fat Animal Products May Cause Kidney Failure, Study Finds


According to a research published in the journal Circulation; a byproduct used for digestion which was made up from high fat animal products has been found out to be the cause of chronic kidney disease called CKD.

The high levels of Trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) found in the blood of patients has helped

Robots to Fight Ebola

Fight Ebola

Ebola virus has been running the blood cold in the veins of several people. Ebola seems more like a military commander in action. The different departments of the world are holding a good system of management for all those who think that robots get into a deadly disease by being in combat with other robots in brainstorming sessions.

New Yorkers Least Concerned About Ebola

Ebola VIrus

Ebola has arrived, but this is not a matter of concern for the New York, this is that city that never screams. First Ebola Patient sends new Yorkers into Tailspin Nicky Woolf hit the streets to take the city’s temperature and find a distinct lack of panic. This is the Craig Spencer’s apartment, where one patient lives and there were almost 40 journalists, eight or nine TV vans, may be 15 to 20 cameras pointed at the closed doors of the buildings,

Ebola Death Toll on Rise

Ebola Virus Outbreak

This is an hard luck for this world that thousands of people have lost their lives with the outbreak in West Africa, and much of the global conversation has centered on lack of an authorized treatment for the handling of Ebola Virus, Almost 1.5 million people have become a victim of this Tuberculosis report, which shows that there are more than 9 million people, who developed the tuberculosis report in just 2013,

Stats Indicate Dead Heat between Jeane Shaheen and GOP Opponent Scott Brown

Jeane Shaheen and GOP Opponent Scott Brown

There is a dead heat between New Hempshire Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and her GOP opponent Scott Brown, Shaheen at 49%, Brown at 47%, and margin of error of plus or minus 4%. If we look at the president Barack Obama, the new come to known that he has only 39% approval rating in the New Hempshire, the new poll shows. Fifty Seven percent of the voters say they disapprove of the way he handling his job.

Shocking Facts About Ebola Patient Death in Dallas

Eric Duncan

The Ebola virus infected patient has died on Friday after he was released from the hospital with the said that he is fully fit. This is the question mark on the treatment for the Ebola viruses. The Man, named Eric Duncan, 42, had a fever; his temperature was 103 degrees-during his first four visits to the emergency room of Texas health Presbyterian Hospital on Sept.25,

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