Bone cancer is a skeletal cancer. It occurs as the first tumor in an area of rapid growth or as a spreading tumor from cancer elsewhere in the human body. Even though first bone tumors are rare, the risk is maximized during adolescence. In adults, bone cancer is linked to exposure to radiation. Long- term … Continue reading Sick Bones
As we grow older, we pack on the pounds. We drop sports we were in, we drink alcohol, and we eat more food. We all try to diet at one point, and its most likely for our appearance. Most of us don’t diet for the sake of losing weight; we often diet for our appearance. … Continue reading Does dieting contribute to anorexia?
Trafficking and traffic are two complete different things. Traffic is when the streets are busy but, trafficking is trading or dealing things that are illegal. The trafficking in this post is about children. Everyday children are made through deals or trading and what the people do with the children is horrid. We need to learn … Continue reading No One Likes Trafficking
Are werewolves a myth? Or is there an actual medical explanation for one of the creatures horror stories are made of? Werewolf syndrome has less than 100 recorded cases worldwide. People have different genetic disorders that affect their body. They affect every person who has the genetic defect differently. People have had werewolf syndrome for … Continue reading Werewolf Syndrome
Have you ever waken up tired and just wanted to go back to sleep? Well if you’re like most people, this happens on a regular basis. But, did you know that this sleep deprivation can be more than just tiredness? A few sleepless nights won’t do much in a long term point of view, … Continue reading Sleepless Nights Could Be Something More
Looks may be deceiving is very true with this disease. Your symptoms may be very vague and even unnoticed. It is also true because you may look completely healthy on the outside, but very sick internally. This disease really hit home for me because I lost my father from it on February 25, 2012. … Continue reading Sarcoidosis: Disease in Disguise
Anemia is a medical issue that you don’t usually hear of so very often to be familiar with the condition. After finding out my grandmother was in the hospital because of anemia I had to dig deeper into the topic to figure out what it was that was really affecting my grandmother’s body. An oxygen … Continue reading Why Is Anemia Coming After Grandma?!
As most people already know, dogs have a great sense of smell. It may have something to do with the fact that some breeds of dogs can have up to 300million scent receptors in their noses, while humans have about 5million. These scent receptors can tell the brain many things about who is there, or what … Continue reading Dog’s Key Sense of Smell
Music has its many effects on the human body and brain. Different types of music have been utilized in types of therapies, used as a stimulant and as a way to alter emotions. Music has been used as a stimulant for patients who have had a stroke for instance and who have lost verbal … Continue reading How Music Effects You
Skin cancer jumps 75 percent when a person starts tanning at the age of thirty. Some people are addicted to gum, drugs, alcohol. Then there are people like me, who are addicted to tanning. Some people may think that you should never ever go tanning. If you don’t overdo it and don’t go every day … Continue reading Tan at Your Own Risk!