Prenatal Parental Depression Increases Risk Of Premature Baby

Posted on March 29th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Prenatal Parental Depression Increases Risk Of Premature Baby A new study has found that having a mother or father who is depressed increases the risk of preterm birth. Using data on 366,499 singleton births, Swedish researchers assessed whether parents had been given a diagnosis of depression a year prior to conception and the end of […]

read more

Caffeinated Products and Cardiac Ectopy

Posted on March 16th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Caffeinated products are typically not advised for individuals with irregular heartbeats. However, new research may suggest that they may not have to cut out coffee. Researchers had 1,388 people drink coffee, tea, and chocolate over a one-year period. They used Holter monitors to get 24-hour electrocardiograms. Over 60 percent of participants reported consuming one or […]

read more

Myth: Left-Handed People Qualify for Disability

Posted on February 18th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Myth: Left-Handed People Qualify for Disability Back in January, a Mouthwire article dated February 7, 2015 titled “Left-Handed People Now Eligible for Disability” was widely spread among Facebook users. The article referenced news from “Left-Handed Non-Discrimination Association”: “As of February 1, people suffering from severe cases of left-handedness may be eligible to receive Social Security […]

read more

Thurswell Discusses Flint Water Crisis on Mildred Gaddis Talk Show

Posted on February 2nd, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Flint Water Crisis Gerald Thurswell joins the Mildred Gaddis Talk Show on January 25, 2016 to discuss the Flint water crisis. The Flint water contamination crisis started in April 2014 in Flint, Michigan. Flint changed its water source from treated Detroit Water and Sewerage Department water to the Flint River, its drinking water had a […]

read more

Antibiotics As An Effective Treatment For Appendicitis

Posted on January 10th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

According to a new Finnish study from The Journal of the American Medical Association, antibiotics could be just as successful as surgery for dealing with appendicitis in a majority of patients. Appendectomy, the surgical removal of the appendix, has been the standard, go-to treatment for appendicitis for over a century. With some 300,000 Americans affected […]

read more

(248) 354-2222
1000 Town Center, Suite 500 Southfield, MI 48075
Have a question? Contact Us for Free Case Consultation GET STARTED NOW!