Initial contact The New England Journal of Medicine reported in November 2012 on MERS-CoV, noting that initial symptoms mimic a mild respiratory flu.
Because researchers don’t know where the virus comes from, there is no clear way of identifying how it’s transmitted; however, they do know it can be passed from human to human.
Kicking the habit by age 40 reduces the excess risk of death by about 90%, new research finds.
People who smoke take at least 10 years off their life expectancy, a new study has found.
On the other hand, those who kick the habit before age 40 reduce the excess risk of death associated with
Food Freedom News, 6 December 2012
The New England Journal of Medicine has recently released conclusions to the media of a manufactured mumps outbreak of 2009 which occurred in New York City, two upstate New York counties, and one New Jersey County.
There were a total of 3,502 cases of salivary-gland swelling and other symptoms clinically compatible with mumps
In its latest act of blatant hypocrisy, the Obama administration has sanctioned Iran over internet and media censorship. The Administration’s pretentious concern for the Iranian peoples’ welfare is all the more offensive in light of the harsh, illegal, and life-threatening sanctions imposed on that nation, aptly described by The New England Journal of Medicine as
Dr. Heather Hawthorne ABC News September 19, 2012
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An increasing number of parents are getting state approval to allow their children to opt out of school-mandated
A mysterious new disease causes AIDS-like symptoms in Asians even though they are not infected with HIV, a research has found. The disease damages patients’ immune systems, but is not contagious.
The illness leaves patients unable to fight off germs. Some patients have died of overwhelming infections, including some Asians now living in the US,
From Sean Goldsmith in the S&A Digest:
The U.S. government must be reading Dr. David “Doc” Eifrig’s Retirement Millionaire…
After years of doctors touting the health benefits of mega doses of vitamin D and calcium supplements, a government advisory panel is warning older women against taking large doses of these supplements. The U.S. Preventative Task Force –
Fertility treatment used to help infertile men become fathers can raise the risk of birth defects in babies, according to a new study.
Research on more than 300,000 babies found those born using Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) had a significantly higher risk of developing abnormalities than those conceived naturally.
Researchers linked a census of more
Gonorrhea, one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the United States, is increasingly showing resistance to one of the last known effective antibiotic treatments, leading researchers from the Centers for Disease Control to “sound the alarm” about potentially untreatable forms of the disease.
“During the past three years, the wily gonococcus has become
An electrical brain-stimulation technique used to treat Parkinson’s disease and chronic pain appears to enhance human memory as well, according to a tiny but intriguing new study that bolsters hope for one day developing a nondrug treatment for memory problems, including ailments like Alzheimer’s disease.
The new study, published in the New England Journal of
Ethan A. Huff Natural News October 23, 2011
(NaturalNews) The mainstream media is abuzz with excitement over GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) latest offering, a malaria trial vaccine that the company claims can cut the risk of clinical and severe malaria in children by 56 percent and 47 percent, respectively. But what GSK and the media are failing