The BBC reports that a new drug named 'Draco' has the potential to kill cold viruses, swine flu, polio, dengue, and Ebola. Other drugs like interferon which work against viruses tend to produce an immune response that causes intense side effects; Draco appeared not to spark such a response.
Tests done on mice yielded positive results, but they have yet to be tested on actual humans. Says immunologist Hugh Pennington, "No-one can say when the next pandemic will occur, it may be next year or it may be in 100 years' time. [...] If we had a wonder drug like Draco might be, we could sleep much easier at night." However, some scientists are still skeptical, like Dr. Leo James. He says: "It is potentially very exciting but because the results are so unusual and because it was published in an unusual journal it needs to be proven by others."
Managing the pain that comes with arthritis can seem impossible without taking lots of man-made drugs. However, a massive intake of painkillers could damage other parts of your body like the liver. With that in mind, we performed some research into the subject and discovered many people handle the pain without medication. Read more
The college environment is complex in the sense that one would be unable to balance their diet while learning. In this view, there is need to mention that students usually go online to read the Essay Zoo with the intention to spice their eating habits within the college environments. Read more
Whatever our age and lifestyle, we all want to feel great. More of us than ever before are becoming health conscious. Many of us now have a basic understanding of allergies, illnesses, exercise and nutrition. There is always a lot more to learn, however, and it can be easy to become overwhelmed. Read more