This week, these five stories had grabbed everyone’s attention. From a discovery that the measles vaccine has the potential to cure cancer to a report suggesting that heavy smartphone use may increase your cancer risk; here’s the list of this week’s hottest medical coverage:

Measles Vaccine Overdose Gets Rid Of Cancer

Stacy Erholtz was out of traditional treatment options when she chose to take part of an experimental treatment at the Mayo Clinic. When Erhotlz was injected with enough measles vaccine to inoculate 10 million people, something incredible happened. Her blood cancer went into complete remission, changing from life-threatening to “undetectable” before her doctors’ eyes.This breakthrough trial proves the “proof of concept” theory, validating that a single massive dose of intravenous viral therapy can kill cancer. Read more…

The Most Sensual Female Body Parts, Based On Science

Most men admit to remaining curious as to what turns a woman on and what specific body parts require the most attention. The unsurprising findings confirmed our common knowledge and the scientists’ knowledge about the erogenous zones in the female anatomy.To investigate, the team of Canadian researchers at the University of Montreal recruited 30 women between the ages of 18 and 35. Using light touch, pressure, and vibration, they studied each woman's clitoris, labia minora, vaginal and anal margins, the lateral breast, areola, and nipple.  Read more…

Cell Phones May Increase Brain Cancer Risk If Use Exceeds 15 Hours A Month

According to a recent study published in the journal British Occupational and Environmental Medicine, it may be time to kick your cell phone habit to the curb. Using your smartphone for more than 15 hours plus a month can triple your brain cancer risk just over a span of five years. This new report from French scientists comes after an extensive 11-year report found there is no link between mobile phone usage and cancer. Read more…

Too Much Intense Exercise Is Bad For Your Heart Health

Greater intensity and longer duration does not always increase the benefits of exercise — especially when it comes to the cardiovascular system — and your age may also influence potential heart health advantages produced by physical activity. “It remains unknown why some individuals develop deleterious effects when engaged in regular training while others remain unaffected,” wrote the authors of an editorial published in the British Medical JournalRead more…

Deadly MERS Virus Confirmed In Orlando, Florida; CDC Contacting Co-Travelers On 3 Flights

A second U.S. case of the deadly MERS virus was reported Monday in Florida, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The patient, whose identity is protected and nationality unknown, is a health care provider who works in a Saudi Arabian facility treating people infected with MERS. Read more…