Millions of Americans believe they are allergic to penicillin. However, most of them are wrong.
The flu’s unique ability to mutate makes it one of the toughest diseases to solve, as it evades vaccines and treatment. It also has a deadly history, which prompts fears each flu season. A noted expert discusses all about the flu and its myths.
About a quarter of people over 65 have heart valve disease, and the medication Celebrex might be increasing that risk. Then, flu season is almost over, but be aware, come Fall, that what you eat can sabotage your flu shot. Then, adult cannabis use and the correlation of increased need for more sedatives during surgery. Then, A new study showing pay-for-performance compensation may make employees more anxious and depressed and finally, eating more that a cup and a half of cooked mushrooms for a week shows signs of reduced mild cognitive impairment.