- Deep Vein Thrombosis Can Block Holiday Fun
When traveling long distances this holiday season, take heed of the dangers of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a condition that can result in stroke, organ damage or even death.
- Implantable Brain Device Makes Parkinson’s Patients More Impulsive
There is an implantable brain device which is used with Parkinson’s Disease patients to help them control their movements better.
- Nap Now, Sleep Tonight — And Think Better Tomorrow
Concerned that a midday snooze might ruin a good night’s sleep? Fret not; ongoing research from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center indicates that napping has little effect on sleep onset — and that a nap today may be beneficial for mental processing tomorrow.
- Oil And Water Mix For Skin Care Treatment In Winter Season
As the weather turns colder, dry skin becomes a common problem for most people. Most lotions and creams contain one or both of the following agents — an oily agent and a watery agent.