Professor Kevin Dalby

Professor Kevin Dalby Explains Why Viruses Mutate

Viruses are all around us. As Dr. Kevin Dalby explains, humans can coexist with some of these viruses without any harm being done, while others can have catastrophic effects on the human... Read more »
Christopher Roberts

Christopher Roberts explains the difference between happiness and excitement

Everyone wants to be happy, and everyone feels excited from time to time – but what’s the difference between the two feelings? Successful life coach Christopher Roberts from Dream Big Global believes... Read more »
How much protein is too much Some protein sources might not be as healthy as you think

How much protein is too much? Some protein sources might not be as healthy as you think

The constant flow of fitness inspiration through the intake of red meat, protein shakes and supplements makes it seem easy to remain healthy. However, there may be a few hidden surprises you... Read more »

An anti-eczema medication could also help against asthma

An injectable medicine for eczema can also reduce the symptoms of asthma, according to a conclusive clinical trial whose results were released Monday. The drug in question, dupilumab (Dupixent, manufactured by the... Read more »

Ebola outbreak in DRC not an international emergency, says WHO

The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is not “currently a public health emergency of international concern,” the World Health Organization (WHO) said Friday at a conference in... Read more »

42-Year-Old Woman To Have IVF For 14th Child

A 42-year-old woman loves being a mother so much that she plans to have an embryo implanted in June to be pregnant with her 14th child. Stéphanie Philibert wants as much to... Read more »

Health Canada imposes the addition of a prescription opioid warning

Health Canada is preparing to mandate the addition of a warning label on prescription opioids and the provision of an explanatory document to patients. This is the first time the federal government... Read more »

Harvard Study Links 25,000 U.S. Deaths to Sugary Drinks

Following quick on the heels of New York City’s refusal to ban the sale of giant-sized soft drinks is a recently released study done at Harvard University which directly links the consumption... Read more »