The COVID vaccine produced by Johnson and Johnson has been halted for an unknown amount of time due to a rare risk of developing blood clots.
The Pandemic of the Zika Virus is currently in full swing, but we should be asking ourselves if there is a real concern. Zika is a condition that is very similar to West Nile, Dengue, Yellow Fever, Japanese encephalitis and a few others.
Men aren’t alone in trying to find a way to improve their youthful appearance. More and more men are turning to cosmetic procedures including Botox to find a way to rejuvenate. The trend is that less men feel ashamed to admit a desire to improve their own looks especially as they get older.
Birth Control advancements are pushing towards an oral pill developed strictly for men. This controversial research calls into question the effectiveness and risks for men. For years, women have asked why they should be the only ones responsible for taking a bill to prevent pregnancy.
For many people, coffee is a food group all on its own. It is taken hot in the morning, cold in the afternoon, and again just before bedtime. Research recently published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism suggests the coffee can help power through a difficult workout.
You may have seen it. The hyped up “Hollywood” image of a patient on a medical table with electrodes strapped to either side of his head. The doctor pulls the lever to release a major explosion of electricity that shocks the body and causes the patient lying on the table to scream and writhe in pain.
Ebola is part of a family of viruses known as ebolavirus that can cause a serious medical issue with flu like symptoms that can progress to Hemorrhagic Fever. It can be life threatening and is often seen in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Running is one of the most controversial exercises out there. Running too early or too late is always scrutinized. But, there aren’t too many exercises that can be as beneficial both to your body, mind, and spirit as running.
Recently the CDC or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that there are about 20 million new infections each year in the United States.