You may nod and say ‘duh’, but there is quite a lot to this.
Videos and internet TV channels that offer information and advice on health issues.
The event that some saw as inevitable has now come to pass: the United States’ first case of ebola.
September 29 is, apparently, National Coffee Day in the United States. You’re probably reading this on a day that isn’t September 29, but that doesn’t mean you, and I, cannot celebrate coffee.
Coffee may just be the greatest drink in the world, but it’s certainly one of the greatest addictions ever. As explained in this informative and entertaining video.
“Sexsomnia is a real sleep disorder that can have some very negative consequences. Tara is here to discuss how someone can be a sexsomniac.” – YT
“The current Ebola outbreak is the worst in history, and there are a lot of myths about this virus floating around. Julian is here to figure out what is fact, and what is fiction.” – YT
“Epilepsy is a chronic disorder, the hallmark of which is recurrent, unprovoked seizures. Many people with epilepsy have more than one type of seizure and may have other symptoms of neurological problems as well.
“Quick Questions explains what alcohol does — and doesn’t do — to your brain cells. Enjoy this episode responsibly!” – YT
There has been a strange trend of late for women who want to look like a Barbie doll, and are doing everything in their power to make it happen.
This girl, Lolita Richi, is the latest human Barbie to come forward. She’s 16 years old, hails from the Ukraine, and claims her looks are completely natural, with no cosmetic surgery having taken place.
“A look into Fitness and Activity bands for 2014.” – Yt
“Why Parkinson’s Disease Is So Scary: No Cause, No Cure. But It’s Not A Killer.