In this exclusive segment Health Guru Ronnie McMullen explains how the medical establishment just got busted.
mandated Obamacare insurance .
The National Institutes of Health will review it next week
And it significantly reduces the risk of passing on faulty mitochondria
While new tools have emerged to help rehabilitation along, the road back to a healthy life after suffering a stroke can be a long and challenging one.
It's official: years of warnings that Obamacare will lead to dramatic increases in healthcare premiums are about to be validated.
Imagine a virus that you inject into your body to hunt down bad bacteria, deposit its DNA, and explode the bacteria from the inside out, ridding your body of infection without wiping out good bacteria in the process.
The XStat syringe was first approved for battlefield use in 2014 and has now been used for the first time.
Earlier this year, a small robotic helicopter flying through the Bavarian Alps made more than 100 deliveries between two villages that are within yodeling distance of each other but so far from anything else that they may as well be on Mars.
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The need for niacin (vitamin B-3) is often marginalized, even amongst the health conscious. Multi-vitamins and B-complex supplements typically contain only negligible amounts of it.
Pioneering technologies like 3D printing have had a huge impact on the medical world, and now a unique material developed by researchers at Imperial College London and the University of Milano-Bicocca could lead to all-new implants for replacing dama
deadly, addictive opiods. (NaturalNews) Back in January, the emergency department of the St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey about 20 miles from New York City launched an innovative program to help stem the tide of
Young Indians are paying for complex, painful procedures despite the absence of medical oversight in the race to improve career and marriage prospects
In the beginning, Theranos was called Real-Time Cures. Corny? Sure. But Elizabeth Holmes was barely 19 when she came up with it, a Stanford dropout aspiring to upend personalized medicine.