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Alternative Cancer Treatments Could Double the Patient’s Death Risk

Cancer is a terrible disease affecting millions of people worldwide. Many discover the disease to late and have little treatment choices available. Others prefer to try and chose alternative treatments, less invasive and painful. Another study to disapproved secondary treatment…
Binge Watching Habit Triggers Insomnia and Fatigue

With so many TV channels and only streaming websites, many of us spend our evening binge watching our favorite series. Some even use their weekends to make watching marathons. This new trend affects our health and ruins our social life.…
6 Kettlebell Exercises That Will Melt Your Fat

The kettlebell dumbbells combine cardio exercises with resistance, using continuous (sometimes depleting) movements without giving you rest time between halves. What does that mean, actually? That inclusion of these 6 exercises in your regular training will produce a metabolic stress…
Disturbing Discovery: Fleas Carrying the Bubonic Plague

In the past two weeks, public health officials from two Arizona regions – Navajo and Coconino – have confirmed that the fleas have been tested positively for Yersinia pestis, the bacterium that causes plague. The disease can be transmitted to…
Peanut Allergy Treatment Discovered

A major breakthrough was made by Australian researchers regarding the deadly consequences peanut allergy has. The researchers state that they discovered a long-lasting treatment that provides hope for an eventual cure. The clinical trials were conducted by scientists from the…
Dangerous Mosquitoes Established a Colony in Ontario?

Recent news regarding some species of mosquitoes that could be carrying the Zyka virus worried the citizens of Ontario. But this is not all, because specialists say that the mosquitoes, which are able to carry not only the Zyka virus,…
Canada Reviews School Trip Rules After Tragic Incident

Canada is about to change the safety rules when it comes to school trips, after a student from Toronto drowned on a canoe trip organized by the school. The 15-year-old student was named Jeremiah Perry and studied at C.W Jefferys…