The Dangers of Social Stress
More than 350 million people in the world suffer from depression and social stress. Many people are not aware of the physical effects depression has on the body, with heart disease being number one.
The Menopause Diet for Increased Energy
Menopause is generally a major life change for women. This life milestone consists of the time that women stop menstruating and can no longer become pregnant.
Virtual Medicine: Benefits and Obstacles
Recently, President Obama surprised many with a bold proclamation that the biggest threat to the U.S. bottom line was not insolvent banks, paralyzed credit markets or trillion dollar bailouts, but rather the skyrocketing costs of modern health care.
New Technology in Telemedicine and Reports of Patient and Provider Satisfaction
Telemedicine is an innovative way for doctors to communicate with their patients.
Online Doctors: Efficient, Cost-Effective and Practical
Technology has impacted the practice of medicine in countless ways. From the days of doctors making house calls on horseback to electronic medical records, the practice of medicine is constantly changing.
Real Life Health Problems and Video Medical Solutions
The skepticism is there: patients who refuse to speak to the doctor outside the familiar confines of the physicians office; and doctors who scoff at the notion of practicing their art digitally.
Telemedicine Wave of the Future?
A wave of the future¯ is any product, idea or movement that is viewed as a trend or force that will inevitable prevail. As our society comes to expect the benefits of the digital age, we presume this to also be applied to medicine.
The Doctor is In and Online
It is no big secret that cost of healthcare is on the rise. With many available services, telemedicine helps people financially, particularly those who are without insurance and those who have poor healthcare benefits.
Eating Grapes Protects Against Organ Damage from Metabolic Syndrome
According to recent research presented at the Experimental Biology conference in Boston, eating grapes can protect your internal organs if you have metabolic syndrome. Find out about metabolic syndrome and how eating grapes can help.
How to Effectively Manage Asthma
Asthma causes wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness. It also causes coughing, which may be worse at night. If you or a loved one has asthma, find out about the source of this condition and how to effectively manage your symptoms.
How to Treat Cold Sores
Cold sores are painful blisters, sometimes called fever blisters, usually found on the lips, gums or roof of the mouth. The herpes simplex virus causes them. Find out about the latest research and innovative treatment options for these uncomfortable flare-ups.
Possible Diabetes Scientific Breakthrough: Hormone Stimulates Pancreatic Cell Production
Roughly 26 million Americans suffer from type 1 and type 2 diabetes. This disease has no known cure, only treatment, which includes shots.
Researchers Find New Drug that Grows Human Hair
If you went bald years ago or if you are just starting the balding process, you may be able to regrow your hair with the help of a medication called bimatoprost.
Top Ten Ways to Stay Hydrated
Summer is a glorious season, and everybody loves frolicking on the beach and sipping on cold drinks while soaking up the sun. It's all fun and games until you start to feel dehydrated!
Vitamin D for High Blood Pressure?
If you have high blood pressure, listen up! New research suggests that increasing vitamin D could lower your blood pressure in addition to its other nutritional benefits.
How to Treat Male Pattern Baldness
Many men are affected by hair loss as they grown older. Hair loss, also known as alopecia, results from many different causes.
Asthma Medication: Proair (Bronchodilator) Vs. Advair (Inhaled Steroid)
As an individual who suffers from asthma, COPD or other respiratory problems, you likely know that there are many different types of medication available to you.
Can An Underactive Thyroid Cause Joint Pain?
Many people who suffer from hypothyroidism or an underactive thyroid gland experience problems with joint pain.
Can Chantix Help You Quit Smoking?
While some people have had success quitting smoking with nicotine replacement therapy (NRTs), others struggle with a physical addiction to nicotine, which is a highly addictive drug.
Diabetes Research Institute Investigates
Diabetes Research Institute make a giant step toward a biological diabetes cure by producing the DRI BioHub, a mini-organ¯ that has actual insulin-producing cells that trigger the body to produce insulin. Find out about type I diabetes and this innovative technology.