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What Are Bacteria Made Of (How They Spread?)
What Are Bacteria Made Of - (How They Spread?)   Bacteria are tiny microorganisms that are made up of a single cell. They are single-celled organisms that thrive in diverse environments. These organisms can live in soil, the ocean and inside the human gut. Bacteria and viruses can cause many common infections. Only a handful of bacteria cause infections in humans. These...
Animals Bites: How Infectious Diseases Come From Animals Bites
Animals Bites: How Infectious Diseases Come From Animals Bites Animals Bites: How Infectious Diseases Come From Animals Bites. Domestic animals, like dogs and cats, are responsible for most animal bites. While dogs cause more bite injuries, cat bites are more likely to become infected. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, infection occurs in about 10 to 15 percent of dog bites...
Stress And Cancer: Can Psychological Stress Cause or Worsen Cancer?
Stress And Cancer: Can Psychological Stress Cause or Worsen Cancer? Stress And Cancer. The fast-paced world we live in is a perfect driver of stress. Stress can be caused both by daily responsibilities and routine events, as well as by more unusual events, such as a trauma or illness in oneself or a close family member. You feel it when you’re stuck...
Why Is Mumps A Highly Contagious Preventable Disease?
Why Is Mumps A Highly Contagious Preventable Disease? Why Is Mumps A Highly Contagious Preventable Disease?. Mumps is a disease caused by a type of Rubulavirus, Mumps is a contagious virus  that passes from one person to another through saliva, nasal secretions, and close personal contact. The viral infection causes the salivary glands at the base and back of the jaw to swell,...
Listeria Symptoms During Pregnancy: Why Is This Bug So Dangerous?
Listeria Symptoms During Pregnancy: Why Is This Bug So Dangerous?   One person has died in connection with a Listeria outbreak tied to sliced deli meats and cheeses, according to health officials. The outbreak, which was announced on Wednesday (April 17), has sickened a total of eight people in four states (Michigan, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania), according to the Centers for...
Excess Body Fat Could Lead To Possible 'Brain Shrinkage'
Excess Body Fat Could Lead To Possible 'Brain Shrinkage' Excess Body Fat Could Lead To Possible 'Brain Shrinkage'   Obesity is tied to a slew of harmful effects in the body, and now, a new study suggests it may also affect brain structure. The researchers analyzed brain scans and found that higher levels of body fat were tied to lower brain volumes in certain...
Smallpox: The World's First Eradicated Disease
Smallpox: The World's First Eradicated Disease Smallpox: The World's First Eradicated Disease. As medicine advances, there are fewer infectious disease outbreaks, or epidemics. Smallpox came to North America in the 1600s. People had symptoms of high fever, chills, severe back pain, and rashes. Starting from the Northeast, smallpox wiped out entire Native American tribes. Over 70 percent of the Native American population dropped....
What Is Parkinson’s Disease: Risks, Symptoms And Treatment You Need To Know
What Is Parkinson’s Disease? Risks, Symptoms And Treatment What Is Parkinson’s Disease? Risks, Symptoms And Treatment. Some of the earliest warning signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s are tremors, loss of mobility, and poor balance — all of which are motor symptoms. But nonmotor symptoms, including change in speech and personality, increased urinary frequency and urgency, and cognitive impairments, are also...
Reasons Her Brain Suffers Damage After Weeks For Consuming Juice, Water
Reasons Her Brain Suffers Damage After Weeks For Consuming Juice, Water Reasons Her Brain Suffers Damage After Weeks For Consuming Juice, Water. Having you for once consider that more water and juice would lead to brain damage? Because we are being taught water is life and your body need water, but of recent event, a woman in Israel may have irreversible...
Can Drinking Hot Coffee Cause Cancer? Study Suggests
Can Drinking Hot Coffee Cause Cancer? Study Suggests Can Drinking Hot Coffee Cause Cancer? Study Suggests. In 1991, WHO classified coffee drinking as “possibly carcinogenic to humans,” but now it’s classified as “not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans.” In simpler terms, the research shows coffee drinking isn’t an independent risk factor for developing cancer. But in 2016, Research shows that Coffee...
Cancer Risk Alcohol: A Bottle Of Wine Equals Many Cigarettes
Cancer Risk Alcohol: A Bottle Of Wine Equals Many Cigarettes   You probably try to do some things to bring down your risk for cancer down the road, like eating healthy, exercising, and avoiding toxic chemicals and sugar. But do you think about drinking alcohol as a cancer-causing habit? Drinking a bottle of wine per week may be like smoking five to...
Does Human Body Signals When To Stop Drinking Water?
Does Human Body Signals When To Stop Drinking Water? Does Human Body Signals When To Stop Drinking Water? You may have heard of the 8x8 rule. It states that you should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water per day. That's half a gallon of water (about 2 liters). This claim has become somewhat of an accepted wisdom and is very easy to...
Danger And Causes To Unintentional Weight Danger And Causes To Unintentional Weight. High-protein diets may promise weight loss, but it may only be short term. Excess protein is usually stored as fat while the surplus of amino acids is excreted. This can lead to weight gain over time, especially if you consume too many calories while trying to increase your protein...
How Psychedelic Drugs Create Weird Hallucinations
How Psychedelic Drugs Create Weird Hallucinations How Psychedelic Drugs Create Weird Hallucinations. Have you ever been in a situation whereby things that never happened seems to be real, but in reality it’s your mind running so many thoughts? Or this one that is most common where by you’ll hear your name being called by a family or a love one, just...
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