It’s one of the most annoying sounds that invade our space in the summer…that BZZZZZ from a mosquito. And, where there’s a buzz comes a bite, oftentimes followed by itching and swelling. Unfortunately, mosquitoes aren’t the only summer pest that cause a mean bite. Ticks are also on the prowl for a blood meal – and humans make great hosts.
Created to excite young people about the power of plants and ensure horticulture –
In a new national photography campaign, Emily captures the daily lives of three unique women (including her own mother!) with a single factor in common – a disease called primary biliary cholangitis…
HAL, short for Hybrid Assistive Limb, is the world’s first advanced robotic treatment device shown to improve a patient’s ability to walk. By fitting to a patient’s lower limbs and trunk, HAL operates using neurologically-controlled signals from the body.
Each and every one of us are well equipped with a gift that gives back – YOUR SMILE – but just how far can one smile go? In a recent study, nine out of 10 people said seeing other people smile makes them happy and a staggering amount of people (95 percent) also agreed they would smile more often if they knew it could brighten someone’s day…
WHAT ARE 9 OUT OF 10 BABIES MISSING? New research is showing that a specific probiotic bacteria is key to restoring a baby’s gut to its protective, natural state and providing a foundation for life-long optimal health. When babies are… Read More ›
Every 66 seconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease. The diagnosis can be devastating. Patients worry they will forget the simple things that used to bring them joy like friends and family, hobbies and memories. There are currently… Read More ›
Many of the floor coatings that have been used to protect wood floors contain carcinogenic and toxic chemicals that emit Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) into the air. This comes from a new report by UL Environment, a global independent safety… Read More ›
Almost 6 million U.S. children have a food allergy. That’s equivalent to two kids in every classroom! So, what does this mean for feeding your children and approaching potential allergies? The latest research shows it is important to be proactive… Read More ›