Showers are not really to be excessive as they are capable of reducing the skin hydration, thus making it dry and cracked- experts issued a warning. They said that a cracked skin accommodated pathogenic micro-organisms in the body of humans since taking a bath removes the skin of non-pathogenic micro-organisms which are meant to give adequate support to the immune system. These bacteria (non-pathogenic)...

The first man in the world to have received two face transport, Jerome Hamon, underwent his first face transplant surgery in 2010, in Paris so that he could get rid of a genetic disorder, neurofibromatosis. Neurofibromatosis, though a non-cancerous condition, is a genetic disorder that causes tumors to form in the brain as well as the spinal cords and the nerves in the body of humans. As earlier mentioned,...

Reports from doctors on Monday suggest that immune therapy drugs are capable of transforming lung cancer, thus able to provide patients with years of extra lifespan. In their findings, lung cancer patients (pre-treating lung cancer patients) with immune therapy drugs prior to their surgery can help melt away cancer and at the same time too, help limit or even stop the spread of the disease. The result...

207 millions of eggs were reported to be contaminated with salmonella. This great number of eggs was recalled by a farm in Indiana and it was reported to have been sold to nine states over salmonella fear. Rose Acre Farms recalled 206,749,248 as a result of the potential contamination with Salmonella Braenderup, as stated by the Food and Drug Administration. As a result of this contamination, in line...

It is said that nothing is easy in life. This is especially seen in the field of medicine where doctors work all day to make sure that the health of individuals is well maintained. This makes them encounter different kinds of anomalous or ugly things, so to say, in their life. If we consider briefly a case which rolls from the clinical to the culinary- the hot pepper and the thunderclap headache, we...

People who stay up late on the bed are more likely to die earlier than those who rise earlier- as proved by researchers. A. study of 430,000 individuals in Britain discovered that owls are prone to die younger than larks. These owls are said to have 10 percent higher risk of dying than larks. The study co-author, Malcom Van Schantz of the University of Surrey, England said: “This is a public health issue that can no longer be ignored.” His fellow, author Kristen Knutson went further to say: “Night owls trying to live in a morning-lark...

According to researchers on Thursday, people who adhere to the government recommendation to be taking a drink or kinda a day are likely putting themselves in an early grave. When a person takes more than five drinks a week, he is prone to die earlier than those who don’t. This was shown by a new study which was conducted by examining more than half a million people around the globe. This is in sharp contrast to what is recommended by many organizations around the globe. For example, the U.S Center for Disease Control and Prevention and...