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Chicago woman wins $14M in birth control case

Chicago woman wins $14M in birth control case

A Chicago woman who suffered a debilitating stroke just days after starting to take the birth control medication Yasmin won a $14 million verdict. Mariola Zapalski has severe brain damage and requires round-the-clock care. Her lawyer says Zapalski took the birth control medication, Yasmin, for 13-days before she suffered the stroke. Read More »

Kourtney Kardashian Celebrates 35th Birthday in Cabo

Kourtney Kardashian Celebrates 35th Birthday in Cabo

Kourtney Kardashian was seen celebrating her 35th birthday on vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico with her boyfriend Scott Disick and their kids Mason and Penelope on Friday (April 18). The Keeping Up With the Kardashians reality star wore a beach cover-up while carrying her daughter to the beautiful sandy beach in front of there hotel. The family also relaxed ... Read More »

Diabetes-related conditions decline, CDC Says

Diabetes-related conditions decline, CDC Says

Researchers Wednesday reported significant declines in some complications of Type 2 diabetes. According to the study, published in the The New England Journal of Medicine, rates of heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, and amputations dropped sharply over the past two decades. Read More »

Scientists found a way to store solar energy in dark

Scientists found a way to store solar energy in dark

A new report from MIT and Harvard University describes the development of a switchable material that could harness the power of the sun, even when the sun is not shining. Team from MIT and Harvard have found a solution to this. They successfully created molecules known as photoswitches that absorb energy and switch from one form to another, these switches ... Read More »

Oil-Swishing Craze : Reality or Myth?

Oil-Swishing Craze : Reality or Myth?

A new practice called “oil swishing” or “oil pulling” has gone viral on the internet in recent months; the technique claims to have a number of health benefits including whiter teeth, healthier gums, and even reduced asthma symptoms. Oil pulling can be traced back at least 2,500 years to traditional type of Eastern Indian medicine, Ayurveda, in which practitioners “oil ... Read More »

Pablo Larrazabal attacked by hornets (Video)

Pablo Larrazabal attacked by hornets

A strange scene turned scary Friday at the Maybank Malaysian Open, as Pablo Larrazabal jumped into a lake to escape an attack from a swarm of hornets. The Spaniard was in the fifth fairway at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club when he reportedly swatted a hornet off his nose, which caused several others to begin to attack him. In ... Read More »

8 mumps cases at New Jersey college

8 mumps cases at New Jersey college

New Jersey — Officials are investigating eight confirmed cases of mumps found in students at New Jersey’s Stevens Institute of Technology. The college in Hoboken says the students range in age from 18 to 21. All were fully vaccinated with two documented doses of mumps-containing vaccine. The school says it has told faculty and staff members who are unsure of ... Read More »

Anti-depressants in pregnancy linked to autism, Study

Anti-depressants in pregnancy linked to autism

A new Johns Hopkins study has established a link between prenatal exposure to antidepressant medications and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Also, it claimed to trigger developmental delays in boys because of the same. It was found by researchers from the Bloomberg School of Public Health that the risk of ASD is increased by three times because of early prenatal exposure ... Read More »