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From Raven to Midnight, Baby Names Just Got Goth

If you’ve read our baby name coverage before, you know we have nothing against sweet, adorable baby names that are all sugar and sunshine. But also, let us be the first to say: There is no rule that says your baby’s name has to be cute, per se, and it certainly doesn’t have to be

Could giving men estrogen help them recover from coronavirus?

US doctors have started giving men with coronavirus ESTROGEN in the hopes after finding the virus kills half as many women Around the world, higher rates of men have been coming down with severe cases of the coronavirus and drying compared to women Some researchers believe it’s due to the female sex hormones mainly produced

Vitamin C Tablets Don't Protect You From the Coronavirus

Social media is land-mined with reports that taking vitamin C tablets may help you prevent COVID-19. Like claims that you can make $83,000 in one month sitting in front of your computer, the vitamin C stuff is falsified. In fact, there is no scientific evidence that any supplement—vitamin C, vitamin D, prebiotics, or probiotics—can help

Elderly patients also benefit from kidney transplantation

People in industrialized countries are getting older and are very often in good health as a result of good nutrition, a healthier lifestyle and a higher level of education. More people nowadays know how to keep fit and prevent diseases. Screening programs have increased the survival rates of many illnesses such as cancer, national vaccination

Humans likely got the deadly Chinese coronavirus from SNAKES

Humans likely got the deadly Chinese coronavirus from SNAKES sold at the Wuhan market, study suggests Huanan Seafood Market in China is in the middle of the coronavirus outbreak Chinese officials said the virus may have originated in an animal at the market Different strains of viruses carry proteins that let them effect certain species  When

Can brain injury from boxing, MMA be measured?

For boxers and mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters, is there a safe level of exposure to head trauma? A new study shows different effects in the brain for younger, current fighters compared to older, retired fighters. The study is published in the December 23, 2019, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American