Public Health

Patient Zero: Scientific Research Vindicates Man Wrongly Blamed for AIDS Epidemic

Scientific sleuthing proves that a gay airline employee had been unjustly demonized for bringing AIDS to the United States. A labeling error and reckless media hype in the 1980s led to unjustly branding a gay airline employee as “Patient Zero” in the US AIDS epidemic, scientific and historical sleuthing detailed Wednesday. The deadly virus, which… Continue reading Patient Zero: Scientific Research Vindicates Man Wrongly Blamed for AIDS Epidemic

Fitness

Ideal workout positions for couples

Are there ideal workout positions for couples? Working out together as a couple will help you build a strong relationship while keeping you healthy and fit. When you share experiences together, you motivate each other to work out. The both of you together, try out and learn new moves, it helps you blend quickly in… Continue reading Ideal workout positions for couples

Public Health

Scientists in Taiwan say Zobo drink can cure prostrate cancer

A research conducted by a group of scientists, led by Chun-Tang Chui from the Institute of Biochemistry and Biotechnology in Taiwan said in a report that Hibiscus sabdariffa leaf extract also known as zobo drink inhibits human prostate cancer cell invasion. In another study, the researchers found out that the polyphenols present in hibiscus leaves… Continue reading Scientists in Taiwan say Zobo drink can cure prostrate cancer

Public Health

North Korea claims they have discovered cure for MERS, AIDS and Ebola

North Korea has claimed they have found the cure for Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome MERS tgats currently sweeping through Asia, HIV/AIDS and Ebola. According to State owned Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) , scientists in North Korea developed a vaccine for ‘malicious infections’. They said that the drug known as Kumdang-2 can prevent and cure… Continue reading North Korea claims they have discovered cure for MERS, AIDS and Ebola

Public Health

Scientists in Scotland’s Dundee University discover new anti-malaria drug

Scientists at Dundee University Scotland have discovered a new anti-malarial compound that could treat patients with a single $1 dose. The compound identified as DDD107498, was developed by Dundee University’s Drug Discovery Unit and the Medicines for Malaria Venture. Scientists said the “exciting” new drug could work well against parasites resistant to current treatments. DDD107498… Continue reading Scientists in Scotland’s Dundee University discover new anti-malaria drug