Category: Health Care

New Treatments For The Most Severe Form Of Skin Cancer Could Be Made Possible

By Simona Kitanovska New treatments for the most severe form of skin cancer could be developed after a major scientific breakthrough. Melanoma is one of the most common cancers worldwide, with an estimated 99,780 new cases diagnosed in 2022. Now American scientists have discovered that inhibiting a key metabolic enzyme “shows promise” in tackling melanoma.

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Felicia Hershenhorn Turns Entrepreneurial Drive Into A Sexual-Wellness Business 

By Percy Lovell Crawford MONTREAL — Often to be successful, you must step outside your comfort zone. That’s exactly what Canadian Felicia Hershenhorn did when she left her job as an attorney. Hershenhorn co-founded Imarais Beauty with popular model Sommer Ray. Still not content, the budding entrepreneur shifted her focus to sexual wellness. That idea spearheaded

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Scientists Discover Genetic Clues That Can Lead To Better Treatment For Blindness-Causing Conditions

By Simona Kitanovska Better treatments for an eye condition that can cause blindness are a major step closer after scientists discovered genetic clues that show who has it. Researchers in Australia have unearthed genetic markers of age-related macular degeneration. They hope their discovery will soon mean doctors can give patients the best drug for them

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An Individualized Eating Program Is The Best Way To Achieve Weight Goals

By Martin M Barillas A self-guided, Individualized Diet Improvement Program may be the best approach for people to eat healthier and drop excess weight, according to a new study. Diet flexibility is key, say a team of nutritionists at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign who created the ‘iDip’ program. Co-author Mindy H. Lee said of

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Music To Their Ears: Playing Classical Music To Injured Mice Can Help Ease Their Pain, Study Finds

By Darko Manevski Scientists have discovered how different sounds can blunt pain in mice after playing classical music to injured rodents. They say the work could lead to safer treatments of pain in humans that rely less on opioids. Studies dating back to the 1960s have shown that music and other sounds can help reduce

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