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MoodGYM And E-Couch Offer Free Online Mental Health Support

MoodGYM Offers Free Mental Health Support

MoodGYM and E-Couch offer free online mental health therapy for hundreds of thousands of people. Men and women throughout the world have turned to online cognitive behavioral therapy programs to successfully prevent and cope with depression and other mental health disorders. A couple of free online therapy programs, called MoodGYM and E-Couch, have more than… Read more »

Is Deodorant Toxic? Antiperspirants May Cause Cancer, Researchers Split

Does Deodorant cause cancer

With growing concerns over potentially toxic ingredients, such as parabens and aluminum, in deodorant and antiperspirant products, consumers are asking if their personal hygiene products could be causing cancer or other negative health effects. Though a growing number of consumers are demanding answers in regards to the chemical cocktails used in their personal products and… Read more »

Asthma Sufferers May Be At Risk Of Taking Deadly Medication

Asthma Sufferers May Get Deadly Medication

People with asthma are at risk of having a potentially fatal attack. Thousands of people are in danger because they are using long-acting reliever inhalers on their own rather than with a steroid preventer, according to a report by Asthma UK. Asthma UK asserts that using the long-acting reliever inhalers pose a danger because, even… Read more »

New Study Reveals Your Birth Month Could Predict Risk For Certain Diseases

birth month predicts disease risk

Researchers from Columbia University have found that your birth month may actually predict your chances of getting certain diseases. The study, which was published in the Journal of the American Informatics Association, looked at 1.75 million patients’ records at the New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center who were born between 1900 and 2000, and treated between… Read more »

Breast Cancer Slowed To A Crawl By Aspirin Says New Study


A new study has brought great relief to breast cancer victims the world over. According to researchers in the Cancer Unit at the Kansas City Veterans Affairs Medical Center, a mere aspirin per day can greatly reduce the onset of breast cancer. In the past, aspirin has been found to not only treat headaches and… Read more »

Heart Attack Precaution, Prevention, And Treatment

Heart attack prevention and overall heart health

Heart attacks impact the lives of over 1 million Americans and their families each year, and can lead to death or disability. While statistically, men over the age of 45 and women over the age of 55 are at a higher risk of having a heart attack, data from the Center for Disease Control and… Read more »