H1N1 Swine Influenza Hitting SouthEast Hard

H1N1 Swine Influenza Hitting SouthEast Hard

H1N1 swine influenza is hitting the southeast pretty hard, the CDC reports. It seems that the virus is still causing havoc among many who have not received the vaccine and those who were vaccinated but ended up sick right afterwards. Influenza vaccines take up to about two weeks for full protection to take effect. The […]

Circumcision Is Not Medically Necessary

Circumcision Is Not Medically Necessary

Circumcision is not medically necessary and is becoming less common with many U.S. parents. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), for many years now, does not condone circumcision in newborns and children. Other medical organizations agree with AAP’s standing on circumcision, such as the American Medical Association and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.¬†After researchers […]

Questions Arise While Endangered Species Act Turns 40

Questions Arise While Endangered Species Act Turns 40

Many questions arise while the Endangered Species Act turns 40 this Saturday, December 28th. There have been many good and bad times that have happened over the years. Many animals on the list have started to thrive, including some that may lose protection because their populations are doing so well. While other animals still deal […]