Category : Video


Robot That Hunts And Kills Ebola

A San Antonio-based company called Xenex has risen to media prominence recently thanks to their ultraviolet pulse robot called Little Moe. The robot can enter and clean a hospital room in five minutes and destroy the virus by fusing its…

2 Comments / 28 View / October 12, 2014


CDC Have a New Warning About Ebola

The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called for a stronger response to the spread of Ebola on Thursday, saying that  “In the 30 years I’ve been working in public health, the only thing like this has…

0 Comments / 361 View / October 11, 2014


New Cases of Enterovirus Confirmed

Health officials in San Francisco said that they have confirmed two new cases of Enterovirus D-68 in San Francisco bringing the total to three cases in the City. Doctors also said that one of the patients is suffering from paralysis…

2 Comments / 93 View / October 10, 2014


Suspected Ebola cases mount in Europe grow

As Europe gears up to deal with Ebola, more and more possible cases are emerging. A Briton is suspected to have died from the virus in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia His hotel in Skopje has been sealed off,…

0 Comments / 189 View / October 10, 2014


New Treatment for Onychomycosis

  This Efinaconazole overview with Dr. R. Thomas provides patients with the basic info about this new treatment for onychomycosis.

0 Comments / 30 View / October 9, 2014


Americans Are Living Longer Than Ever Before

A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the average life expectancy of Americans has increased.

0 Comments / 22 View / October 9, 2014


Ebola Could Be Spread Through Air


0 Comments / 273 View / October 8, 2014


Ebola Panic in Paris School

Some parents at a school near Paris have taken their children out of classes after learning that three boys recently returned from Guinea.

0 Comments / 40 View / October 8, 2014


Water Toxins Causing Lower IQ’s in Children

Water has been linked to lower IQ’s in children, according to a study, which looked at the chemical perchlorate that is found in water and linked pregnant women’s perchlorate levels to their babies’ brain development. Researchers found that babies born…

0 Comments / 11 View / October 7, 2014


Nobel Prize for the brain’s GPS discovery

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to New York-born scientist John O’Keefe and Norwegians May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser for how humans map routes in their brain.

0 Comments / 18 View / October 7, 2014