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Foodborne Infection Rates for Vibrio and Campylobacter Rising (article)

When analyzing the foodborne infections from 2012 and comparing them from the period of 2006 to 2008, researchers found out and published in a report that Vibrio and Campylobacter bacteria prevalence rates have risen significantly. The instances of these germ-based infections have become more ubiquitous as time passed by. Furthermore, more...

If You Have High Heart Rate, You Risk Death (article)

Having a high heart rate, even for fit people, can increase your risk of death, according to a new study published in the "Heart" journal. If your pulse is almost-always higher than normal, you have an increased death risk regardless of the fitness level of your body. Your resting heart more...

Lower Salt Intake Spells a Healthy Diet, or Not! (article)

A low-sodium diet has long been recommended by dieticians and health experts around the world. Less salt is supposedly ideal, especially for people who suffer from hypertension, as it causes high blood pressure. Then again, there is an eight-year study that was recently concluded to refute that. According to the more...

New Blood Test Can Detect Alzheimer’s at an Early Stage (article)

Alzheimer’s is a degenerative disease affecting about 5 million Americans. It causes problems on the person’s memory, ability to think, and behavior. It is also known as the most common form of dementia, a mental condition associated with memory loss and diminished intellectual abilities that interferes with how a person more...

Renewed Fight Against TB via New Diagnostic Tool (article)

Tuberculosis is a health condition that used to be the leading cause of death. During the 19th century, one in seven people die of the disease. Dr. Robert Koch’s discovery on the cause of Tuberculosis provided an opportunity for people to get rid of the risks for the disease. A more...