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Health Information of Millions of U.S. Patients Hacked
Health Information of Millions of U.S. Patients Hacked
Marijuana Saves Six-Year-Old Girl Suffering from Pediatric Epilepsy
Marijuana Saves Six-Year-Old Girl Suffering from Pediatric Epilepsy
CDC Reports Rare Case of Woman-to-Woman HIV Infection
CDC Reports Rare Case of Woman-to-Woman HIV Infection
Can Sex Make You Smarter? A New Study Says, YES!
Can Sex Make You Smarter? A New Study Says, YES!
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Health Information of Millions of U.S. Patients Hacked

Health Information of Millions of U.S. Patients Hacked Summary: An unknown group of hackers has stolen the personal information of over four million patients who were affiliated with Community Health Systems, Inc. The security breach is being investigated by federal agencies. 4.5 million patients have had their names,…>read more

No Comment August 20, 2014

Marijuana Saves Six-Year-Old Girl Suffering from Pediatric Epilepsy

Marijuana Saves Six-Year-Old Girl Suffering from Pediatric Epilepsy Summary: Six year old girl named Charlotte has been using marijuana to quiet her pediatric epilepsy which has more than 400 seizures per week. A type of marijuana that does not come with the regular properties has helped Charlotte remove…>read more

No Comment August 13, 2014

CDC Reports Rare Case of Woman-to-Woman HIV Infection

CDC Reports Rare Case of Woman-to-Woman HIV Infection The Center for Disease Control reported on Thursday a rare case of a woman in Texas contracting HIV through sexual contact with another woman. The couple told the CDC that they had unprotected sex regularly and shared sex toys. According…>read more

No Comment March 14, 2014

Can Sex Make You Smarter? A New Study Says, YES!

Can Sex Make You Smarter? A New Study Says, YES!   La petite mort, the French word for orgasm means ‘little death.’ In the case of current research into sexual arousal, it seems that whatever doesn’t kill you, will only make you smarter. According to the New York Post, Research…>read more

No Comment January 15, 2014

120 Pounds of Eating Machine

120 Pounds of Eating Machine Molly Schuyler is a competitive eater. Competitive eating, or speed eating, is a sport in which participants compete against each other to consume large portions of food in a short time period. The contests are usually eight to 10 minutes…>read more

No Comment January 10, 2014

Walmart Donkey Meat Recall

Walmart Donkey Meat Recall Wal-Mart has reported in a statement that the store will be offering compensation to its customers. According to Bloomberg News, the world’s largest retailer said it will be adding DNA testing to the meat it sells in China after a…>read more

No Comment January 3, 2014

How Many Rodent Hairs Allowed in Your Paprika by the FDA?

How Many Rodent Hairs Allowed in Your Paprika by the FDA?   The recently published Defect Levels Handbook by the FDA enumerates the levels of defect beyond which it becomes actionable. So, what is the level up to which there may be defects in your food? The FDA has patiently charted…>read more

No Comment November 7, 2013

FDA Gives First Approval to Pre-Surgical Breast Cancer Drug

FDA Gives First Approval to Pre-Surgical Breast Cancer Drug On Monday, the FDA gave its first approval to a pre-surgical breast cancer drug. The drug, Perjeta, manufactured by Roche had been previously approved for late-stage breast cancer last year. Accelerated approval of the drug for treating pre-surgical breast cancer…>read more

No Comment October 1, 2013

Botox Finds FDA Approval for Treating Crows Feet

Botox Finds FDA Approval for Treating Crows Feet On Wednesday, the FDA announced its approval for using Botox as a cosmetic for treating the wrinkles around eyes, that are traditionally termed as crow’s feet. Medically termed as lateral canthal lines, crow’s feet have no known medication in adults…>read more

No Comment September 12, 2013

Man Held Guilty and Fined for Feeding the Homeless in City Park

Man Held Guilty and Fined for Feeding the Homeless in City Park Richard Hopkins was accused of the heinous offense of leading a group of local residents and trying to give food to the homeless at Chapin Park on March 9, Saturday. This Wednesday, he was found guilty and fined a sum…>read more

No Comment July 27, 2013

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