When most people think of viruses, they think of nuisances such as the common cold. However, a virus created in a lab by a Swedish gene therapist could be the cure to cancer that generation after generation has coveted.
Witnessing a temper tantrum oozing from the sticky mouth of a spoiled little whipper-snapper is not only a less than desirable experience, but it also carries enough nerve-bending weight to turn us adults into the Jimmy Hoffa of the local cherry red behind union.
For the longest time, I've been (on occasion) refilling water bottles and putting them in the 'fridge. Why not, right? It's just water. Well, the jury is out as to whether this is healthy or not (like everything else in the world).
Is anything good for you anymore? It seems there is always something new that leads to cancer or heart disease. One year milk is good for you, the next it's bad. It is no wonder we are a nation full of fear.
We’ve spent our fair share of bleary-eyed nights in front of computers and gaming consoles. But it never once occurred to us that we might, you know, have a problem. And yet, according to the American Psychiatric Association, this could be a sign of a serious addiction.
Moms who make their kids the center of their worlds to the detriment of everything else may think they’re better parents, but a new study finds they may be setting themselves up for a major bout of depression.
A new report from the CDC finds that men who’ve served in the military carry a heavier health burden than civilians — in fact, veterans are significantly more likely to have two or more chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure.