Articles for Tag: "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention"

Shoppers beware of these 4 health hazards 
Shoppers beware of these 4 health hazards
Is shopping one of your favorite pastimes? Experts offer tips for habitual shoppers and those making a couple last minute stops.
Is a mysterious paralyzing illness on the rise in the U.S.? 
Is a mysterious paralyzing illness on the rise in the U.S.?
The CDC is reporting more than double the number of cases this year for a serious condition that primarily affects children. Read more about prevention methods.
How your Friday night fun may be affecting your fertility 
How your Friday night fun may be affecting your fertility
The dangers of drinking during pregnancy are well-known. But just how risky is it to have a drink while trying to conceive?
Dissolving device offers new treatment for heart disease  Featured
Dissolving device offers new treatment for heart disease
A cutting-edge stent is changing treatment for coronary artery disease by repairing blood vessels and then dissolving entirely.
Bacteria in your nose may save your life? 
Bacteria in your nose may save your life?
Researchers have discovered a bacterium dwelling in your body that may have a lifesaving capability.
Concussion rates in children may be wildly underestimated 
Concussion rates in children may be wildly underestimated
Experts explain why and offer advice for parents who suspect their kids might have a concussion.
The potentially deadly consequences of getting water up your nose 
The potentially deadly consequences of getting water up your nose
Dangerous organisms may be living in your nearby watering hole. Although rare, the “brain-eating amoeba” can be life-threatening.