Johns Hopkins approved to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants

February 09 0 Comments Category: Health, News

“This is an unbelievably exciting day for our hospital and our team, but more importantly for patients living with HIV and end-stage organ disease,” said Dorry Segev.

Health effects of carbs: Where do we stand?

January 24 0 Comments Category: Health, News

In the 1990s, bread became bad, but we’re getting a more balanced perspective now. To lose weight, we have to cut calories, and that can happen by cutting carbs or fat.

Do these countries hold the secret to a long and healthy life?

January 10 0 Comments Category: News

People are living longer than ever before. Today, the majority worldwide can safely see themselves living into their sixties, according to the World Health Organization. The country where people live longest — measured as life expectancy at age 60 — is Japan.

Mormon church labels same-sex couples apostates

November 07 0 Comments Category: News

Mormons have fought the legalization of same-sex marriage, for example, while trying to avoid the “anti-gay” label sometimes affixed to conservative faiths.