Study Finds Acetaminophen Lessens Emotions


A new study has discovered that by taking acetaminophen, users might be reducing pain and also pleasure. The ingredient is commonly found in Tylenol and more than 600 other medicines. Researchers revealed acetaminophen lessened feelings and emotions. The lead author of the study Geoffrey Durso […]

Runners Run The Gamble of Marathon Effects on the Body


While ever popular, doctors are warning runners about the toll marathons can take on the body. The chairman of the International Marathon Medical Directors Association, Dr. Lewis G. Maharam detailed muscle damage was merely a part of running marathons. In order to run a marathon, […]

Study Finds Too Many Vitamins Might Be a Bad Thing


A new study has linked too many vitamins to an increased risk of cancer and heart disease. While many take over the counter supplements for their health benefits, health experts caution people about popping too many pills. Dr. Tim Byers of the University of Colorado […]

Artistic Pursuits and Socializing Could Boost Memory Later in Life


A new study in the medical journal, Neurology, points out how creative activities seem to strengthen the mind. Research uncovered a link between creative pursuits and a lessened risk of dementia later in life. The study found people who partook in activities such as sculpting, […]

President Obama Enters the Marijuana-Alcohol Debate


The debate about whether marijuana is more dangerous than alcohol has reached the White House. President Barack Obama has spoken out to the New Yorker, explaining his past with marijuana and how he believes it is less dangerous than alcohol. The National Institute on Alcohol […]

Allergists Warn of Pollen Vortex Come Spring


While many are welcoming the arrival of spring, health experts are warning of a potential pollen vortex wreaking havoc on allergy sufferers. Some allergists point out that a bad winter often translates into a bad allergy season. Despite the theories, science has yet to back […]