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Southeast Alaska residents & the bat-killing disease

Southeast Alaska residents & the bat-killing disease

A disease that killed millions of bats on the East Coast was recently found in Washington state. Experts fear it’s only a matter of time before it reaches Alaska. Very little is known about bats in the state. To help learn more about bats in Sout... more

Addiction, what is it and how we can heal it?

Addiction, what is it and how we can heal it?

Addiction in few words If you are taking a substance because you are depressed, your depression may be physiologically induced, perhaps due to some form of brain imbalance. You might have for example a blood sugar imbalance. Either of these conditions ... more

Whiskey and food pairings

Whiskey and food pairings

Wine and food have obviously been being paired together for centuries. The same cannot be said for whiskey. Even the most uninformed observer of the wine world has an understanding that white is best paired with fish, red with beef.Of course a true oen... more

Staying Healthy With Apple Cider Vinegar

Staying Healthy With Apple Cider Vinegar

Good health, to a certain degree, is achieved and maintained in the human body when there is equilibrium or balance between all the various substances that affect and take part in the reactions that keep us alive. The cells in our bodies are constantly... more

The Hard Truth About Soft Drinks

The Hard Truth About Soft Drinks

There are no warning labels on soft drink cans. However, considering the ingredients some of them include, maybe there should be. Depending on where you are from, you might know this beverage as either pop or soda. Whatever you call carbonated soft dri... more

Epilepsy patients push for cannabis legalization

Epilepsy patients push for cannabis legalization

If there’s one question that everyone is asking today, it’s this one: why not legalize cannabis in the US? Doctors are starting to prescribe cannabis oil to treat patients with a variety of medical problems, and there’s a growing dema... more

Day 1 of the FSU School of Law’s panel on international pharmaceutical regulation

Day 1 of the FSU School of Law’s panel on international pharmaceutical regulation

As scientists discover new advances in healthcare, people around the world reap the benefits from these advances unevenly. While topics such as Medicare and civil rights in health insurance dominate discussion in the U.S., other parts of the world face... more

E-cigarettes : Are They an Alternative to Smoking?

E-cigarettes : Are They an Alternative to Smoking?

Smoking bans are increasing, with fourteen states enforcing designated “smoke free” restaurants and bars as well as workplaces, especially hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Other municipalities across the country implement smoking bans in ... more

How to Heal a Cold Sore: Tackling Man’s Oldest Viral Nemesis

How to Heal a Cold Sore: Tackling Man’s Oldest Viral Nemesis

Homo sapiens evolved in Africa, emerging from that continent between 150,000 and 200,000 years ago. The earliest humans migrated through the Middle East before splitting up and venturing into Asia and Europe. According to findings recently published in... more

Best Substance Abuse Treatment Centers for 2016

Best Substance Abuse Treatment Centers for 2016

Selecting a substance abuse treatment center in 2016 depends on many factors. As such, there is no specific best or worst center, but rather a series of factors to consider when deciding on a treatment facility. Each person seeking treatment has a uniq... more