Hear Ringing In Your Ears? Why You Might Want To See A Doctor

These strange symptoms could be signs that something more serious is going on with your body. Sometimes your body tries to send you signals in weird ways. Maybe your taste buds have suddenly changed or you’re hearing ringing in your ears — these strange symptoms could be signs that something…

Why Light Cigarettes Might Be Worse

Smokers often switch to light cigarettes as a way to wean themselves off the habit, or for a “healthier” alternative, but are they any less cancer causing? A new study says that not only are light cigarettes unhealthy, but they’re likely one of the reasons that rates of a specific type of lung…

Plastic Surgery: A Gift Not Geared For Young People

Nearly everyone has those self-conscious quirks through high school and college. You might have to deal with acne, body odor, belly bulge, or other minor disruptions to a “perfect” body. Even though they may cause some discomfort, would you get plastic surgery to correct these issues? Many young people are…

Prostate Cancer Treatment ‘Could Help More Patients’

One of the largest clinical trials for prostate cancer has given “powerful results”, say UK researchers. A drug for treating prostate cancer that has spread was found to save lives when offered earlier, a study found. The trial looked at abiraterone as an additional treatment in patients with prostate cancer…

How To Optimize Your Level Of Health In 2017

If you’re trying to optimize your level of health in 2017, now is the time to hop on the wellness bandwagon. There are hundreds of wellness techniques you can implement to attain greater health and lead a more productive, positive life. Here are three of them: 1. Optimize Your Dental…

Washing Hands In Cold Water ‘As Good As Hot’

US scientists say they have poured cold water on the theory that washing hands with hot water kills more germs than unheated water. The small study of 20 people found using water at 15C (59F) left hands as clean as water heated to 38C (100F) . The report, in the…

Ebola Vaccine Approved For Congo Amid Outbreak In Remote Region

Officials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have approved the use of an experimental Ebola vaccine in the hopes of stemming the spread of a recent outbreak of the deadly virus in the African nation. While DRC officials approved the use of rVSV-ZEBOV, Congolese authorities and the World Health…