Post Tagged with: "World Health Organization"

Exercise helps prevent depression in teenagers

Exercise helps prevent depression in teenagers

Healthy living is a life style and is also all about staying educated on the latest medical research that can help improve your life. With all the advancements in technology and the busy lifestyle that we live in the United States, exercise is becoming an afterthought with adults and kids. According […]

by July 11, 2018
Does your coffee contain dangerous toxins?

Does your coffee contain dangerous toxins?

Coffee is a huge part of the American lifestyle, and has lately been the subject of exciting health research. Scientists are just beginning to understand the health benefits of coffee. Coffee has shown in recent research to improve survival rate in colon cancer patients, promote liver health, and even help […]

by November 9, 2015
Obesity rates are to rise dramatically by 2025

Obesity rates are to rise dramatically by 2025

Obesity is a complex disorder involving excess body fat. It is not just a cosmetic concern, but it increases the risk of health problems like heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), worldwide obesity has more than doubled since the year 1980, and […]

by October 18, 2015
Three leprosy patients confirmed in Florida

Three leprosy patients confirmed in Florida

Health officials are reporting that there are three leprosy patients confirmed in Florida. Two of the three cases are believed to be related to contact with nine-banded armadillos. The nine-bander armadillos is a medium-sized mammal found in North, Central, and South America. It is a mainly nocturnal animal and is […]

by March 2, 2015
Patient being tested for Ebola at Howard University Hospital in D.C.

Patient being tested for Ebola at Howard University Hospital in D.C.

One important aspect of healthy living is being educated on outbreaks and epidemics and knowing what steps to take to keep yourself and your loved ones safe. NBC4 Washington reports that a patient with Ebola-like symptoms is now being treated at Howard University in Washington D.C. A hospital representative confirmed […]

by October 5, 2014
Is there an effective treatment for Ebola?

Is there an effective treatment for Ebola?

One important aspect of healthy living is being educated on outbreaks and epidemics and knowing what steps to take to keep yourself and your loved ones safe. There is an increasing amount of worry building up about the outbreak of the deadly Ebola in West Africa. Media outlets such as […]

by September 9, 2014
Ebola virus: What you really need to know

Ebola virus: What you really need to know

One important aspect of healthy living is being educated on outbreaks and epidemics and knowing what steps to take to keep yourself and your loved ones safe. There is an increasing amount of worry building up about the outbreak of the deadly Ebola in West Africa. Media outlets such as […]

by August 3, 2014