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To protect us all, babies travelling overseas may need the measles shot at 6 months instead of 12

Babies are normally vaccinated against measles at 12 months old. But doctors are now suggesting having the shot as early as six months might be worthwhile for youngsters traveling overseas.

By Nicholas Wood, Alexis Pillsbury and Jean Li-Kim-Moy 28 Jun 2019

NIGERIA

What the US could learn about vaccination from Nigeria

To consider that Nigeria, infamous for anti-vaxx campaigns leading to polio outbreaks, has any lessons for Americans may be shocking...

By Shobana Shankar 7 Jun 2019

RWANDA

#DesignIndaba2019: Bringing 'Wakanda' to life with life-saving drones

How an American and Rwandan partnership brought the mythical 'Wakanda' to life by harnessing drone technology to deliver life-saving medical supplies...

By Louise Marsland 1 Mar 2019

SOUTH AFRICA

Low-dose aspirin may lower ovarian cancer risk

Women who reported recent, regular use of low-dose aspirin (100 milligrams or less) had a 23% lower risk of developing ovarian cancer when compared with women who did not regularly take aspirin...

12 Oct 2018

UNITED STATES

Rehab industry - Things that nobody will tell you

Rehab can be a challenging time for both those entering programs and their families. So how does an individual or a family find the right program?...

Issued by Digital Media Group 6 Mar 2018

UNITED STATES

Seven life-saving tips for women to remember

Lives are busy, and so much health advice gets thrown at us that's difficult to remember. Some of it is so specific - avoid this, get that, do this, not that - that it can be difficult to remember what you're supposed to do...

Issued by Digital Media Group 6 Mar 2018

UNITED STATES

Starting off with an eldercare business - Reasons why this is a lucrative venture

With the aging baby boomer population, society has earned a new responsibility of dealing with the ever-increasing senior citizens who are in dire need of elderly home care...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 3 Oct 2019

UNITED STATES

Hacked medical devices: The next big security concern

As long as there have been opportunities, there have been opportunists looking to exploit them. The old-school con man has evolved into the modern hacker, and hacking has been through many different permutations in the last few decades.

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 19 Dec 2018

UNITED STATES

Recurring revenue where mega trends converge: CBD, health and e-commerce

There is a major driving force behind many CBD retailers and startups. Edmon Mamane, the CEO of Terravidaonline.com explains this giant phenomenon - and how entrepreneurs can get involved...

Issued by Monetary Library 4 Dec 2018

UNITED STATES

New safe therapy to reverse prostate enlargement: Thermobalancing

Now, thanks to a recent study, we know that a topically applied therapeutic device can be really effective for lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS)...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 6 Aug 2018

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