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Ebola Vaccine To Hit Liberia On Friday

Ebola vaccine Liberia

As several companies clamor to invent an Ebola vaccine effective enough to overturn the virus’ advances in West Africa, British healthcare company GlaxoSmithKline officially sent its experimental offering to Liberia. When it arrives on Friday, it will be the first Ebola vaccine to reach the disease-ravaged region, reported the New York Times. Of 30,000 test… Read more »

New Law Fines People Who Tells The Truth About Natural Supplements $2.3 Million

Natural Supplements

Presently, more people are finding out the benefits of natural supplements and comparing them to conventional medicines. The Inquisitr understands this importance and has reported on natural ways (in which natural supplements are used) to manage certain conditions. This includes seven ways to naturally treat ADHD, seven ways to naturally prevent a heart attack, and… Read more »

‘E-Dura’ Spinal Implant Could Be The Cure For Paralysis

'E-Dura' Spinal Implant: To Cure The Paralyzed

The “e-Dura” spinal implant could be the long-awaited cure for paralysis. According to a new report from the Telegraph, the implant has the ability to mimic soft tissue around the spine so that the body doesn’t reject it. From there, it could help paralyzed people to walk again through a series of electrodes and drugs… Read more »

Male Birth Control Coming In 2017: The Guy Perspective?

Male Birth Control 2017 Arrival

Male birth control is now closer to becoming a reality than ever before, and if history is any guide, most guys will be thinking, “Where do I sign?” While some may find this hard to believe — check this piece from The Daily Beast that covers the benefits of Vasalgel — a study from the… Read more »

HIV Is Evolving, Ability To Cause AIDS Is Weakening

Scanning Electron Micrograph of HIV-1

The Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV, is evolving rapidly and this is weakening its ability to cause Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, AIDS, according to a new University of Oxford-led study. The study concluded that the decreasing virulence of HIV could lead to the end of the AIDS pandemic. According to the study titled, “Impact of HLA-driven HIV… Read more »

Pink Viagra Sham: Do Females Need A ‘Pink’ Drug To Enhance Libido?

Viagra

Is pink Viagra a sham? According to the Los Angeles Times, the Food and Drug Administration met with sexual medicine experts last month, debating the approval of a feminine libido medication… “pink” Viagra. While it has been said that women who don’t want to have sexual intercourse don’t actually have a biological problem, medicine experts… Read more »

Autism: New Study Says Broccoli Sprouts Can Eliminate Symptoms

Sulforaphane

The effects of a chemical derived from broccoli sprouts can have overwhelming positive effects on the symptoms of those with Autism, says a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The study was a joint effort by scientists at Mass General Hospital for Children and the Johns Hopkins University School… Read more »

New Series Of Viagra Ads Targets Women

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Facing stiff competition from generic and cheaper alternatives, the makers of the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra have launched a new series of ads aimed at a group of people who also suffer indirectly from the condition; women. According to KSL (Salt Lake City), the first of the Viagra ads targeted toward women will begin airing… Read more »

What Exactly Am I Supposed To Do With Unused Prescription Drugs?

Unused Prescription Drugs

Consuming prescription drugs is fairly easy to do. You open up wide, toss the drugs into your mouth and swallow. Voilà! However, while everybody knows how to consume prescription drugs, very few people seem to know what to do if and when they need to dispose of them. Adding to the complication is the fact… Read more »

Ebola In Sacramento? New Mexico? Know The Symptoms

Ebola Virus strikes Sacramento?

The Ebola outbreak continues, but not in Sacramento. So keep calm, everyone. Health officials announced Thursday night that a Sacramento patient feared to have Ebola has tested negative for the virus. Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Health, said in a press release: “We are pleased with the negative outcome of the… Read more »