Poor Oral Hygiene Linked to Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation

A new study proves that poor oral hygiene can trigger transient bacteremia and systemic inflammation that leads to heart failure and atrial fibrillation. The team of scientists conducting the research wanted to ascertain whether there is a link between oral...

Air Pollution Does Much More Harm to Our Health Than Previously Thought

​New research shows that brief exposure to air pollution leads to a shocking number of hospitalizations for a much higher number of health problems than earlier believed. According to researchers from Harvard University, pollution can do damage in our bodies,...

U.S. Life Expectancy is Decreasing Drastically

New research has discovered that life expectancy in the U.S. is reducing drastically. After decades of progress, life expectancy in Americans is slowly but surely and quickly declining, the study shows. This decline is mainly caused by drug abuse, suicide,...

NASA Doctors Discover Worrisome Condition in Astronauts

After conducting a series of analyses, NASA has observed that astronomers are prone to develop some peculiar effects during spaceflight. The astronomers subjected to the analysis showed that their blood is going backwards in their veins, and others suffered from...

A Type of Flesh-Eating Infection Only Functions With a Mate

​New research says that an aggressive type of flesh-eating infection that spreads in one's body and devours the tissues can be carried on by multiple groups of microbes, not by only one kind of bacteria. Only Functioning as a Couple...

Experiments Show an Antibiotic Being Able to Treat Pediatric Brain Tumors

​A team of researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center discovered that a variant of the medication DON has the ability to expand the life of mice suffering from deadly pediatric brain tumors. Survival Rate Increased From 21 up...

Skin Conditions and Itching Linked to Psychological Health

One of the most annoying sensations is when our skin is itching. ​The causes behind it are plenty and diverse. However, what is starting to seem more obvious is the fact that numerous people who battle chronic itching due to skin conditions are also...

80% Spike in Deaths Related to Liver Cancer due to Late Diagnosis – How to Spot It at the Right Time?

Although liver cancer is not a death sentence, receiving an early diagnosis is a matter of life and death. Why so? The death rate of liver cancer raised to 80 percent due to late diagnosis. It's like a ticking bomb....

New Virus Through Pig Feces Arises – Should We Be Worried?

Scientists from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (TUAT) discovered a strange new virus while scattering through pig feces, and one of the outcomes of the analysis was truly shocking: the virus has the potential to rewrite how we categorize...

American Indians at Higher Risk of Irregular Heartbeat due to Unknown Cause

New research brings into attention the unexpected higher incidence of irregular heartbeat or atrial fibrillation(AFib) amongst American Indians in contrast with other racial and ethnic groups.  The full-research appeared in Circulation, the American Heart Association's premier cardiovascular research journal. In the...