Sunday, September 27, 2009

How swine flu spreads

We're heard dozens of rumors about swine flu, also known as the H1N1 virus. Here's the lowdown on exactly how it spreads:

What the new medicine patches can do for you

They're useful for treating a lot more than pain or nicotine withdrawal.

Read how the newest medicine patches can change your life:

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Why four-year colleges and universities are becoming extinct

They're an American tradition, stone and ivy or concrete and glass. Dating back to the founding of Harvard, they've granted four-year degrees in a traditional way.

Read why colleges and universities that grant four-year degrees could soon become extinct:

Thursday, September 10, 2009

What on earth is Stevens-Johnson Syndrome?

It can appear out of the blue. One minute, its victim is fine. Anywhere from hours to days later, his or her life could be in danger:

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

How to avoid surgery for a rotator cuff injury

For many years, individuals who suffered from rotator cuff injuries were sent down the path toward dreaded surgery. Today, they have a number of non-surgical treatment options. Read about them here:

What is transient global amnesia (TGA)?

It's sudden, and it's scary. Sometimes the loss of memory is over even before the patient has an inkling of what's happening. Read about TGA here: