Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry Warned Alan Thicke About The Health Of His Heart Months Before The Actor’s Untimely Death WATCH
This is so insane to watch. As you know, Alan Thicke shockingly passed away back in December from a “ruptured aorta” and a “standard type A aortic dissection” while playing hockey with his youngest son, Carter. Before his death, the 69-year-old and his wife, Tanya, filmed an episode of Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry (that […]
Is red wine actually good for your heart?
People love to talk about how red wine is good for your heartand they usually do it while theyre drinking red wine, which is only natural. But research on the subject has been mixed, and even most positive findings have stopped short of actually recommending that people go out of their way to have a […]
How your body changes when you turn 30
Aging is an inevitable process, but there are some bodily changes that you might not know about as you say goodbye to your 20s. Turning 30 opens the door to prolonged hangovers and a slump in metabolism and yes, youll even get gray hairs down there. Weight gainShifting weight wont be as easy as it was in […]
8 Genetic Mutations That Can Give You ‘Superpowers’
More than 99% of your genetic information is exactly the same as every other person on the planet.Your genes determine your skin color, gender, and hair color and whether or not you have certain genetic diseases.But it’s in that less than 1% that things get interesting. Specific genetic variations allow some of us to acquire […]
In Pursuit of Memory: The Fight Against Alzheimers review
Joseph Jebellis personal study of a disease that has reached epidemic proportions offers the latest research but not much hope The human animal derives its humanity from language and memory. What are we, without memory ? The short answer is: wild beasts. Memory gives us personality, emotional intelligence, family relations, and community. Memory anchors us […]
Diagonal Ear Crease Linked To Increased Risk Of Coronary Heart Disease
It might sound like an anatomical quirk better suited for fanciful novels than medical diagnosis, but a certain type of earlobe crease could be a sign of the times deep inside the body. Specifically, a new study has found a link between people with bilateral diagonal earlobe creases and an increased risk of coronary arterydisease. […]
9 prostate cancer myths, debunked
After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer in men. In 2017, the American Cancer Society estimates about 161,360 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed and about 26,730 men will die from it. The good news is that survival rates for prostate cancer are high, but experts say there […]
Stem Cells Show Promise But They Also Have A Darker Side
Everyone seems to be excited about stem cells. Their excellent promise as a treatment for a range of diseases and injuries mean almost guaranteed coverage for research. While some types of stem cells are already being used in treatment for treating diseases of the blood and leukaemia, for example, multiple sclerosis and problems in the […]
Her chronic illness helped her understand just how important preventive care is.
When Terran Lamp was just three weeks old, she was admitted to the University of Virginia newborn special care unit. There, doctors discovered that, along with some other health issues, Lamp had been born with two holes in her heart which would have huge implications throughout her life and inform how she thought about her […]
The 7 most terrifying wishes on Trump’s ‘wish list’ budget bill.
The Trump administration just released its proposed fiscal year 2018 budget, and well… The document outlines billions of dollars in cuts to dozens of popular social programs that previously have enjoyed bipartisan support while simultaneously pumping an equal and opposite number of billions into defense. Some analysts argue we shouldn’t be too concerned. After all, […]