THE BUZZ! A man gave himself poop transplants using his mom’s feces to treat his debilitating Crohn’s. Then he started experiencing her menopause symptoms. First up A man from Toronto, Canada, was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis at the age of 18 and later developed Crohn’s disease, a chronic inflammatory bowel disease. His symptoms were so […]

THE BUZZ! Experts explain why Maryland has high prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease Next, Back in town. Why is Maryland the No. 1 state for this disease? Maryland has the highest prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease in the United States, according to a recent study. This means that more people in Maryland have Alzheimer’s than in any […]

THE BUZZ! California Man Contracted Legionnaires’ Disease After Sitting In Hot Tub for Five Minutes; Dies Within Days. Officials Say Spa Was Operating Illegally. Sometimes it doesn’t take long for a life changing moment. Such is the case with a 61 year old man in California who went to Zen Day Spa on July 19 and […]

Anyone can get monkeypox, but CDC warns LGBTQ community about ‘greater chance’ of exposure now So if you haven’t heard by now there have been cases of monkey pox detected in some countries and even one case has been confirmed here in the U.S. So the CDC has issued a warning concerning the spread of […]

Abortion as early as six weeks pregnant is now banned in Texas, giving the state one of the strictest laws in the country and the Supreme Court has not acted on it yet. A law known as S.B. 8, which bans abortions in Texas as early as six weeks into pregnancy has abortion clinics and […]

The Buzz –  Gov Hogan had some things to say regarding the state  of Maryland. One of those things was to end federal funded employment benefits after July 1st. That date is also when he announced any and all emergency restrictions and mandates of any kind will end across the state. But a report from […]

Zoe Saldana revealed she's been dealing with Hashimoto's thyroiditis, an autoimmune disorder which causes the immune system to attack the thyroid.

The virus travels through Aedes mosquitos, which are common in all nations in the Western Hemisphere with the exception of Canada and Chile.

Guinea is the country in which the outbreak of the disease began—likely from fruit bats that came from the small village of Meliandou.