October 11, 201310112013
For Dialysis Patients, It Was a Honey of An Idea
Patients with kidney failure
who are undergoing dialysis sometimes develop infections at the
site where a catheter enters the body. These infections are most
often treated with antibiotics, but recently "medical-grade" honey
has emerged as a possible alternative therapy.
When a Kiss Is More Than Just a Kiss
"A kiss is just kiss," the
old song goes, but not according to a new study that finds kissing
helps people assess potential partners and, once in a relationship,
keep them around.
More Americans Getting Cataract Surgery
The number of Americans
getting cataract surgery is on the rise as active baby boomers are
getting the procedure earlier and often having both eyes repaired,
a new study finds.