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Month: February 2016

New breaking evidence: Larvicide not Zika may be causing microcephaly

What’s new in the Zika world: There is a potential new development in the search for the cause of a stunning onset of microcephaly in Brazilian newborns that may be as harrowing as it is comforting. Comforting because? The numerous cases of infants being born with tiny heads and underdeveloped brains might not be related to the Zika outbreak after all. Harrowing because it is still a public health threat. The NEW story: Instead of Zika virus’ effect on pregnant women as a possible cause of almost 5,000 cases of microcephaly in Brazil since the 2015 outbreak, one group...

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How to Avoid a “Broken Heart” This Month

The month of February isn’t all about chocolate, flowers, and love. But it has a lot to do with hearts… Although Valentines Day is right around the corner, February is also known as “Heart Month”. Check out this site to read about Heart Month. So while we won’t really give you tips on how to improve your relationship or sex life, we can give you tips on how to avoid a “broken” heart this month. Read on to learn some tips for a healthy heart. Get enough shut-eye. Seriously. One of the best things you can do for your...

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