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10 Totally Incurable Medical Maladies

by Carissa Andrews    •    October 20, 2014

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Life is hard, but we’ve made great strides and progress in the way of medicines and cures. However, there are still a few maladies that elude our keen sense of innovation and are (at least at this time) incurable once contracted. Every medical advancement takes time, but for people who have one of these ten medical issues, a cure can’t come soon enough.

So without further ado, here’s the list of diseases and illnesses that can’t be cured:

History's Creepiest Medical Practices Make Us Thankful

by Carissa Andrews    •    October 6, 2014

In this day and age, we sometimes take our modern medicine for granted. I know I certainly do. Currently pregnant, it’s hard for me not to think about our medical practices, what’s to come in the months ahead and to gripe about the insanity of our insurance system. But let me tell you, after researching the ways humanity used to treat illnesses, injuries, and even childbirth – I’m going to close my mouth thank my lucky stars I don’t live in medieval Europe.

So without further ado, here is the top 10 creepiest medical practices (or advice) you should be thrilled are not in effect today. I know I am!

Ask Your Google Glass or Pharmacist?

by Liubov Edwards    •    June 6, 2014

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Google Glass is a wearable computer which was developed by Google. It has already been found very useful in many areas of life including healthcare. For example, It can provide a patient with information on side effects and instructions such as whether to take the medication with food. Also the researchers found that Google Glass can help patients with Parkinsons, by providing visual cues to wearers that help them unblock their brains and regain their movement.


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