The Future of Surgery Zone is a brand new feature at Arab Health. Its free to attend and showcases the very latest surgical technology and techniques.
Revolutionary fitness company Pure Barre is hosting a pop-up studio and store on Main Street, Park City during this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Countdown to Zero:Defeating Disease explores factors that determine if a disease is eradicable as well as ridding the world of ancient afflictions.
Three-year outcomes from a clinical trial suggest that transplantation of stem cells may induce sustained remission in some people with multiple sclerosis.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, co-founder of The Carter Center, will announce the number of Guinea worm cases at Countdown to Zero: Defeating Disease.
The journal of AACC, features new research on a genetic test for prostate cancer that could replace the unreliable prostate specific antigen test.
We are pleased to share with you "How Next Generation Technology Can Stop Ebola Today and Future Pandemics Tomorrow." by Dr. Anita Goel, MD, PhD.
West Bay Club announced an exclusive 3-night fitness retreat for 2015 in partnership with Barry’s Bootcamp Master Trainer Courtney Paul.
Ebola is a rare yet deadly disease caused by infection by the Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus. It's the largest outbreak in history, affecting many countries.
Eating wild blueberries (bilberries) diminishes the adverse effects of a high-fat diet, according to a recent study at the University of Eastern Finland.
DNAvital is pioneering in a new dimension of nutraceuticals that not only look at the action of natural molecules on health and their action on your DNA.
MyFitnessPal helps you get fit while teaching you the health benefits & how many calories are burned from shoveling snow & sledding this holiday season.
The Vitamin D Council has announced the release of their new affordable vitamin D test kits that can be completed from the comfort of home.
40 percent of American adults are sleep deprived. National Geographic Channel is putting the spotlight on this with a new series 'Sleepless in America'.
On average, people spend more than two hours each day looking down at their mobile devices. This can cause adding pressure and stress to the neck and spine.
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