CBS Atlanta Health News
- Researchers Successfully Test Bionic Eye Implant Device Bionic eye implants were successfully placed in the retinas of patients blinded by retinitis pigmentosa, an inherited and degenerative eye disease that causes severe vision impairment.
- Too Much Truth: Dr. James Fowler Jr. On Too Much Truth, we were joined by Dr. James Fowler Jr. and he discussed chiropractic services and heat related complications. Dr. Fowler is a chiropractor at Sparlin Healthcare. Sparlin Healthcare is located at 923 Dill Ave SW, Atlanta, GA...
- Study Finds A Catnap At Work Will Boost Productivity Could taking a catnap at work boost productivity among workers? According to a new study, it very well could.
- FDA To Vote On New Sex Drug For Women The FDA is set to vote on a new sex drug for women which would treat patients with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD).
- Study: Breast Milk Helps Infants Develop Gut Bacteria That Builds Immunity Breastfeeding infants may help them form immunity-boosting gut bacteria, a new study suggests.
- Study: Half Of All Heart Disease Deaths Are Preventable Half of all heart disease deaths – the number one killer of both men and women in the U.S. – could be prevented if Americans took the proper precautions against the top five modifiable risk factors.
- CDC Expands Recommendations For Vaccine Against Meningitis B The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expanding its recommendations for the vaccine against Meningitis B.
- Study: Memory Tests Could Predict Alzheimer's 18 Years Before Diagnosis Evidence suggests early signs of Alzheimer's may be present decades before any diagnosis.
- Prevention Of Childhood Obesity Must Start Sooner, Report Says A new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics says that the prevention of childhood obesity must start sooner as pediatric obesity has tripled for some age groups.
- Scientists Questioning Why More Woman Than Men Have Alzheimer's Nearly two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer's disease are women, and now some scientists are questioning the long-held assumption that it's just because they tend to live longer than men.