The Best Interview Questions to Ask Interns

A great intern can be a huge win for your work life. You have another set of hands on board to help with unfinished projects or tackle the much-needed research that just seems to sit there waiting for you to have time for it. You’ll have a few extra hours

Surgery For Aggressive Prostate Cancer Gives 92% 10-year Survival Rate

Patients with the most aggressive form of prostate cancer who have surgery - radical prostatectomy - were found to have a 10-year cancer-specific survival rate of 92%, which is high, and a 77% overall survival rate, according to researchers from the Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Mayo Clinic, USA. This compares

Joint Pain Supplements, Glucosamine And Chondroitin, Do Not Help Symptoms

Glucosamine and chondroitin, two supplements commonly used to combat joint pain, do not relieve symptoms, researchers wrote in an article published in the BMJ (British Medical Journal). The two supplements are typically taken in combination or on their own in order to reduce pain in patients with osteoarthritis in the knees

Fast Pulse (Elevated Heart Rate) Over Long Term Linked To Higher Death Risk

People with an elevated resting heart rate, meaning a high pulse rate when resting, which persists over the long term is linked to a significant risk of death, caused by either heart disease or something else, said scientists from the Ronald O. Perelman Heart Institute at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell, after completing a study involving

10 Tips to Get Off the Diet Plateau

Have you reached a point where you can't seem to lose any more weight? Don't throw in the towel: These 10 tips can help you reach your goal weight. No matter how dedicated you are to losing weight, you will hit a plateau at some point in your diet. This is