‘Overdosing’ on Exercise May Be Toxic to the Heart

By LiveScience Slackers, rejoice! You knew you were right all along, didn't you? Extreme exercise may be toxic to your heart, according to a provocative review of studies set to appear in an upcoming issue...

A 35-Inch Waist and Your Health: What’s the Link?

By Live Science Contributor  In reaction to model Ashley Graham gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated's latest swimsuit issue, former Sports Illustrated cover girl and supermodel Cheryl Tiegs sounded not so positive about women with larger...

5 Tips That Make Meal Planning Easy

By BeachBody.com Chances are, you probably kick off each week with every intention of eating healthy, home-cooked, veggie-packed meals. Then reality happens, and the next thing you know, you’re grabbing fast food on the way...

Gum disease link with Alzheimer’s

By BBC Gum disease has been linked to a greater rate of cognitive decline in people with Alzheimer's disease, early stage research has suggested. The small study, published in PLOS ONE, looked at 59 people who...

Does Your Colon Need Cleaning? 5 Things You Should Know

By LiveScience Cleaning out the colon is sometimes necessary— for example, before a medical procedure, such as a colonoscopy. But some people do it in the belief that the process will rid their colons of...

Merck unveils safe fertility training for Africa

By Christine Muchira Merck has announced the start of its African Embryologists Training Program in partnership with Indonesian Reproductive Science Institute (IRSI) as part of “Merck More than a Mother” campaign with the aim to...

‘Good’ cholesterol sometimes bad – study

By BBC Some people with high levels of supposedly "good" cholesterol are at much greater risk of heart disease, a study suggests. A bloodstream tussle takes place between "bad" cholesterol dumping fatty material in the arteries...

Govt affirms importance of deworming children

By Christine Muchira The Government, through the Ministry of Health and Education dewormed 6.7million children for soil-transmitted parasitic worms in 15,000 Primary schools in the 2014/15 financial year the head of the Department of Preventive...

‘Stunning’ operation regenerates eye’s lens

By BBC A pioneering procedure to regenerate the eye has successfully treated children with cataracts in China. More than half of all cases of blindness are caused by cataracts - the clouding of the eye's lens. An...

18 Things your optician wishes you knew

By Woman’s Day They get so close to us they can probably feel our breath on their faces (sorry, opticians!) but what do the people who look deep into our eyes really wish we knew?...
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