• All Insomniacs Need To Try This

    All Insomniacs Need To Try This0

    We’ve all heard about going to therapy for emotional distress or relationship advice but now doctors and researchers are advising therapy for insomniacs too. It is estimated that roughly 6% to 10% of Americans are affected by chronic insomnia. Chronic insomnia being defined as at least three restless nights per week for at least three

  • The Truth About Sports Drinks

    The Truth About Sports Drinks0

    When Gatorade first made it’s appearance back in 1965 there was no scientific evidence that what they had created even helped their football players perform better. Fast forward to 2016 and in all honesty the jury is still out on whether Gatorade or any sports drink really helps performance. There are many studies out there

  • Last Effort To Eradicate Polio

    Last Effort To Eradicate Polio0

    Polio was once the scourge of world back in the 20th century. At the height of the epidemics, there was an average of 35,000 new cases every year in the US alone. The big fear was that polio caused a large number of infected to become either partially or fully paralyzed, including the 32nd president

  • What Some White Doctors Believe About Black Patients Is Shocking

    What Some White Doctors Believe About Black Patients Is Shocking0

    Doctors are some of the smartest people in our society. They are expected to be impartial and give equal care to everyone regardless of race, after all we’re all still human. But there has been research that proves black and Hispanic patients who reported severe pain were 22% less likely to get pain medication. Women

  • How You Commute To Work Directly Impacts Your Weight

    How You Commute To Work Directly Impacts Your Weight0

    A new study from Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology reports that driving is the worst thing you can do for your waistline. The study surveys over 150,000 people and the correlation between their morning commute and their BMI, or body mass index. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that around 86 percent of workers commute to work

  • Should Illegal Drugs Be Decriminalized?

    Should Illegal Drugs Be Decriminalized?0

    There is a startling statistic that shows death by opioid overdose from drugs like OxyContin has risen 400% since 1999. Rural areas of the U.S. like Indiana, Kentucky, and West Virgina have seen a drastic spike in diseases like HIV and hepatitis C. A report published in The Lancet medical journal outlines the weaknesses of