Health

What we are and what we do is a labyrinth March 20, 2016 23:56

What we are and what we do is a labyrinth

The human brain is in large part still a mystery with complex and obscure areas which still intrigue and baffle scientists. It is a [...]
 
Zika: a virus whose  name is spreading March 6, 2016 14:51

Zika: a virus whose name is spreading

Our worst fears were confirmed when a recent report published in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed new evidence concerning the relationship between [...]
 
As the cold winter approaches… Don’t let refugees freeze November 11, 2015 04:34

As the cold winter approaches… Don’t let refugees freeze

On the 12th of November there will be a Refugees Welcome protest vigil to help raise awareness about the needs of these people as [...]
 
 
AIDS: the cure that never materialises November 2, 2015 13:19

AIDS: the cure that never materialises

If there is one thing that we can identify as a horseman of the apocalypse, it is HIV – uniting the end of the [...]
 
The 10,000 steps that are enough to survive and be healthy November 1, 2015 10:48

The 10,000 steps that are enough to survive and be healthy

Humans’ intention to fight obesity and illness is a topic that has been discussed for a while. For others, of course, it is a [...]
 
The dark side of modern technology September 28, 2015 08:58

The dark side of modern technology

The benefits which technology brings to the development of our daily life are undeniable; for example: convenience, speed of doing business, and entertainment are [...]
 
 
In the future, how will we look? September 16, 2015 11:35

In the future, how will we look?

The colour of our skin will be darker, we won’t have any hair on our bodies, we will have fewer teeth, our toes will [...]
 
Prediction, the Modern medicine in the UK September 9, 2015 00:01

Prediction, the Modern medicine in the UK

Long-term predictions refuse to go out of fashion, and they are becoming forever stronger ranging from so-called “hidden science”through to scientific fields such as [...]
 
Everything you ever wanted to know (but never dared ask) about vasectomies July 12, 2015 21:59

Everything you ever wanted to know (but never dared ask) about vasectomies

A vasectomy is a common surgical procedure used to bring a halt to a couple’s fertility.   José A. de la Osa   A [...]
 
 
Those red eyes… July 6, 2015 13:23

Those red eyes…

…are the result of conjunctivitis: an illness to which we do not develop immunity, which occurs worldwide and which can be truly nightmarish and [...]
 
Cancer: everything is not lost June 6, 2015 23:26

Cancer: everything is not lost

The illness which kills more people each year than HIV-AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis combined is not only a story that fills dark headlines, but [...]
 
The painful emergency we call cystitis March 31, 2015 18:01

The painful emergency we call cystitis

The term ‘cystitis’ refer to an inflammation of the bladder. It is one of the most common urinary tract infections. And we should not [...]
 
 
Cuba: identity and genetics March 30, 2015 19:56

Cuba: identity and genetics

Identity is defined by those characteristics which in some way or other distinguish, differentiate and mark out as particular each race of people in [...]
 
Dyslexia, a pending subject in the UK March 9, 2015 13:06

Dyslexia, a pending subject in the UK

Although some teachers receive training to treat students with this problem, it is not enough. Apparently the Montessori method is the answer to integrating [...]
 
Paranoia on the rise in modern society December 15, 2014 02:52

Paranoia on the rise in modern society

Paranoia is “a fear of family and close friends”. It means being afraid of… everything. In the United Kingdom, one in three people suffer [...]