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Noam Levenson

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Noam is an associate writer at the media hub. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. He regularly contributes to the health section and manages staff writers. You can contact him at noam@tecake.com

Parasite found in Cat’s feces can help humans reduce fear

You should be brave enough to clean out the mess buried in your cat’s litter box. According to a new study, a parasite found in the cat’s feces can help humans to become more...

Salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey in the US nationwide

A Salmonella outbreak has been reported in 26 states caused by raw turkey products supplied from local stores. It is a nationwide outbreak announced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after proper...

Intestinal parasite sickens 243 people at country club and McDonalds

According to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), the investigation is going on in all the countries across the state for the number of cyclospora illnesses patients as the number of reported cases...

Seven chickens in contra costa county detected with West Nile Virus

The residents in Contra Costa County have been given warnings about the West Nile Virus threat as seven chickens were tested positive with the virus in Holland Tract situated near the Knightsen town. The...

Woman develops dog tapeworm in her spine; doctors go clueless

A 35 years old woman reportedly experienced a feeling of electrical zaps in the corners of her thighs and knee. After a few months of experiencing this feeling, her muscles started to weaken and...

Tennessee gets listed among the states battling with Hepatitis A outbreak

Along with the other 10 neighboring countries, now Tennessee is also combating the vital Hepatitis A outbreak with more than hundreds of people already sent to hospitals for further treatments. Kentucky only has more...

Higher blood pressure related to concerns of Alzheimer’s, study

There have been various research attempts to outline the risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease as well as other degenerative brain conditions such as dementia and stroke. However, while cardiovascular diseases have been associated...

Pioneer of cardiac surgery passes away at the age of 91

This Friday brought dire news for the medical fraternity as one of the pioneers of thoracic and cardiac surgery, Dr. John Ochsner, passed away at the age of 91 due to complications related to...

Testosterone held responsible for men to attract towards luxury brands, experts

According to the latest study, it has been revealed that with only a single dose of testosterone, men find themselves drawn towards top-notch brands that yield them status to attract women. The research that...

Lone star ticks found commonly in Tennessee Valley raising concerns of red meat allergy

According to experts, the tick season in this year is turning out to be one of the worst ones in the recent times with the emergence of a new threat emerging from tick bites...

Study confirms vulnerability of denser breasts to cancer

A group of Norwegian researchers has utilized automated breast density measurements to find out that women with dense breasts are more susceptible to risks of breast cancer. The study involved over 100,000 women and researchers conducted...

Rural America experiences higher rates of severe obesity as confirmed by study

With the dawn of the new century, the US has been witnessing drastic rise in severe obesity rates. Two studies in the US have suggested that the severe obesity rates exert disproportionate influence on...

Study confirms positive effects of social media for kids

According to the outcomes of a research presented on Tuesday, higher social media usage in 9 to 10 year old children leads to positive effects. The research involved a study of brain development on...

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