Antibiotics: Enemy or Savior?

Antibiotics: Enemy or Savior?

Antibiotics have been available for over 70 years. With the development of these drugs, infant mortality rates have dramatically improved and both children and adults in America are less likely to succumb to early deaths due to scarlet fever, diphtheria or tuberculosis. Unfortunately, while antibiotics have true savior qualities, through over or underuse they can become […]

Sexting by Adults Is Greater Than Teens

Sexting by Adults Is Greater Than Teens

The term “Sexting” became a household word in 2011 when then New York Congressman Anthony Weiner sent explicit photos of himself to several woman. Before 2011, the focus was mostly on the concerns and risks involved for teens who were sexting. The Anthony Weiner incident served to raise public awareness that adults were just as likely to send “sexts,” and it […]

Cardiovascular Disease What Decreases Your Chances of Having It

Cardiovascular Disease What Decreases Your Chances of Having It

Cardiovascular disease includes high blood pressure, valvular heart disease, coronary heart diseases, stroke or rheumatic fever/rheumatic heart disease. These diseases of the heart are responsible for over 50 percent of all deaths in the United States. It is the leading cause of death in adults and in women and over 2,000 people die from it […]

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