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Reasons behind the popularity of HGH injections – Why are people using them

Reasons behind the popularity of HGH injections – Why are people using them

Are you a sports fan? If answered yes, you must have heard about the human growth hormone which is commonly known as HGH. Sportspersons usually relate human growth hormones with usage of steroid or cheating. But did you know that HGH... 
Apple Begins Crackdown On CallKit Apps In China Due To New Laws

Apple Begins Crackdown On CallKit Apps In China Due To New Laws

Apps using CallKit framework have started being pulled down by Apple from their Chinese App store. This is in compliance with the newly enforced regulation by the Ministry of Information and Technology in China. The removal of Apps... 
Berkshire, Amazon And JPMorgan To Team Up In Reducing Healthcare Costs

Berkshire, Amazon And JPMorgan To Team Up In Reducing Healthcare Costs

JPMorgan Chase, Berkshire Hathaway and Amazon have announced that they are forming a company whose goal will be to reduce the cost of healthcare for their employees. The move was seen as posing a challenge to the inefficient healthcare... 
Escalating Anxiety Symptoms Could be Early Indicator of Alzheimer’s Disease 

Escalating Anxiety Symptoms Could be Early Indicator of Alzheimer’s Disease 

Recent Alzheimer’s studies suggest that there may be an association between elevated levels of amyloid beta levels and exacerbated anxiety symptoms.  The findings of this new study seem to support a standing hypothesis that... 
Pfizer’s Xeljanz Gets Approval From The FDA For A Second Indication

Pfizer’s Xeljanz Gets Approval From The FDA For A Second Indication

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced that its Xeljanz drug has been approved to treat patients suffering from active psoriatic arthritis. In the U.S. Xeljanz is used in the treatment of patients suffering from rheumatoid... 
Former CDC Head Announces New $225 Million Global Health Initiative

Former CDC Head Announces New $225 Million Global Health Initiative

Tom Frieden may no longer be the director of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention but that was not the end of his commitment to a healthier world. Indeed, the former CDC head has launched new initiative to address... 
Loxo Oncology To Seek FDA Approval Of Larotrectinib After Positive Response

Loxo Oncology To Seek FDA Approval Of Larotrectinib After Positive Response

Loxo oncology has revealed that it will be seeking approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its larotrectinib drug. The drug is aimed at treating patient suffering from TRK tumors that are fusion positive. This follows a... 
Cherokee Nation Sues Opioid Distributors Over Drug Epidemic Among Tribal Nation

Cherokee Nation Sues Opioid Distributors Over Drug Epidemic Among Tribal Nation

The Cherokee Nation has filed a lawsuit, in tribal court, which accuses the top pharmacies and drug distributors in America of flooding 14 counties in the northeastern part of Oklahoma with highly addictive pain killer medications. The... 
Is the World Ready for Sexual Data Tracking Condoms?

Is the World Ready for Sexual Data Tracking Condoms?

Just when you might have started to think that technology could not possibly get more invasive, a British company, known as British Condoms, has developed a revolutionary sex aid called the i.Con. Yes, this is a “smart condom.”... 
Could Eating Red Chili Peppers Increase Your Life Span?

Could Eating Red Chili Peppers Increase Your Life Span?

Do you want to live longer? For most people, the answer to this question is probably a resounding “yes,” but, at the same time, many would also be reluctant to make some of the necessary changes that would yield such a result. Indeed,... 
Abortion Rates Falling Across the United States

Abortion Rates Falling Across the United States

The numbers are in and it looks like women in the US continue to have fewer abortions every year. Indeed, contrary to what is apparently the popular belief, the abortion rate has been on the steady decline and is now at its lowest... 
FDA Probe Warns St. Jude Heart Implants Vulnerable to Cyberattacks

FDA Probe Warns St. Jude Heart Implants Vulnerable to Cyberattacks

On Monday, Federal US regulators warned that a dangerous amount of pacemakers and implantable heart defibrillators—made by St. Jude Medical—can be vulnerable to attacks from computer hackers.  Fortunately, though, they have also... 
Does Parental Obesity Affect Early Childhood Development?

Does Parental Obesity Affect Early Childhood Development?

It is pretty common knowledge that the behavior of parents influence the behavior and choices of their children. A new study, though, appears to confirm that the excess weight that obese parents carry around might greatly contribute... 
RAND Report Says Sleep Deprivation Costs America $411 Billion Every Year

RAND Report Says Sleep Deprivation Costs America $411 Billion Every Year

Our world is having an energy crisis. No, not that kind of energy. This has nothing to do with the fossil vs alternative fuels debate. We are talking about actual, human metabolic energy. A new report from the non-profit organization... 
Does Vitamin D Deficiency Contribute to Asthma, Bladder Cancer?

Does Vitamin D Deficiency Contribute to Asthma, Bladder Cancer?

Our yellow sun is the most abundant natural source of Vitamin D available to us, on the planet Earth.  Sure, we can get some from consuming organic foods (fatty fish, egg yolks)—and from vitamin enriched foods (like milk) as well... 
Could A Patch Help Cure Peanut Allergies?

Could A Patch Help Cure Peanut Allergies?

Peanuts and Shells It is estimated that 1.5 million children in the United States (alone) have a peanut allergy. This, of course, is often one of the most severe (and, unfortunately, prevalent) allergies among children as it can be... 
Analyzing Fecal Bacteria Can Inform You About Your Body Fat

Analyzing Fecal Bacteria Can Inform You About Your Body Fat

New research from King’s College London suggests that components of a person’s fecal matter can dictate what makes them obese (if that is their state of health, anyway). More generally, the study says that the make-up of... 
New Listeria Concerns, Blue Bell Issues Recall

New Listeria Concerns, Blue Bell Issues Recall

Earlier this year, the food industry was plagued by a listeria outbreak that lead to a massive recall of everything from candy to dairy products. Among the companies who faced these recalls, Blue Bell was, perhaps, among the more prominent....