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Liberian officials confirmed that after the death of a 17-year-old in Monrovia, that Ebola has officially returned to Liberia. The boy tested positive for the virus about forty-eight days after the World Health Organization declared Liberia to be free of Ebola on May 9. For now, contact tracing has …Read More »
For parents experiencing raising a child for the first time, it of course is a nerve wracking roller coaster. One of the toughest things for parents to know and realize is when their child is getting a little to big for their age. Some may think that a parent can …Read More »
So I just finished a post about how much water you should drink and what is basically overkill. Well, the opposite end of the spectrum is just as dangerous if not more. I talked about how excessive water can kill people, but the problem with drinking excessive water is, it …Read More »
Just about everywhere you go, you see advertisements and commercials for all different kinds of drinks. These drinks range from coffee, milk, soda, diet soda, iced tea, you name it, they are all out there, claiming to have some kind of benefit to your life by including them. Of course, …Read More »
New research conducted at Loyola University’s Health System department has found that the death of up to 14 athletes was due to an over-exertion-type condition called ‘hyponatremia’, where there is a low-sodium concentration in the bloodstream. The condition, according to University Herald, occurs from drinking too much water or sports …Read More »
Have you ever seen those people who seem like they have got the world in their hand when it comes to their body type? You know, the kind who defy just about every tip given by the fitness industry? They are those people who seem to run on nothing but …Read More »
For the most part, children are already stuck in difficult situations when it comes to decisions to make. You may think that I am crazy for saying that because children usually have everything taken care of for them, but let me offer a few examples. What happens when a six …Read More »
Last year the world was introduced to three-year old Moroccan toddler, Yahya El Jabaly. He was a charming little boy who just happened to be born with severe facial deformities. While in the womb, his face didn’t form properly and left him with no eyes, a hole where his nose …Read More »
Great news for everyone who has yet to reach their pool body goals yet, it may not actually be a good idea to be swimming in warm pools this year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a news report today that told of a hardy parasite that has …Read More »