Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Study Suggests Moderate Drinking During Pregnancy May Not Cause Developmental Harm to Child
A new study states that a pregnant woman may be able to consume alcohol without causing neurodevelopment damage to her baby.
Actress Angelina Jolie Speaking Out for the First Time About Her Double Mastectomy
Actress Angelina Jolie appeared in public for the first time with fiance Brad Pitt after announcing she had a double mastectomy.
Bird Flu Can Be Resistant to the Only Drug Approved to Treat It
Doctors in China say they have clinical confirmation that the H7N9 bird flu virus can become resistant to anti-viral drugs like Tamiflu.
Doctors Use 3-D Printer For Splint To Heal Baby's Lungs
A 3-D printer helped save a baby boy's life in Michigan.
Researchers Find Possible Cure For Herpes
Genital herpes is one of the most common types of sexually transmitted infections (STI) in the United States – as well as one of the most frustrating.
New Research May Shorten Your Workout Routine
It looks like there is no need to hit the gym extra hard this week!
Medical Student Mistake Training
Research is going on at Carolinas Medical Center on young doctors not getting enough sleep and making costly mistakes.
Weight Loss Linked To Sleeping Habits
If you're trying to lose weight you might want to make sure you're getting a good nights rest.
Caffeine Lowers Risk Of Stroke
Good news for caffeine addicts because a new study says drinking Green tea or coffee could lower your risk of stroke.
Charlotte's Amazing Multi-Sensory Room
Charlotte children with disabilities have a new place to help strengthen their brains