Breast cancer researchers in Britain have come up with a new classification system for the disease which could help improve treatment. Also, a drug to fight multiple sclerosis is doing well in clinical trials.
For the first time, scientists from the University of Edinburgh were able to grow a whole...
The potentially deadly amoeba threatens thousands of people in Saint John the Baptist Parish....
One of Japan’s leading research institutions, the prestigious Riken Institute, will scale down the center at the heart of a stem-cell research scandal earlier this year.
A Mississippi man has invented a device that prevents pills from spilling out of bottles, where kids may find and eat them from the floor.
Undercover Colors, a nail polish with the ability to detect certain date rape drugs, is aiming to help fight the widespread problem of sexual assaults in college communities.
Daily doses of aspirin could help reduce the risk of recurring blood clots, researchers say. Also, a study from Stanford University found that about one in seven people have what it calls "sleep drunkenness."
New research shows that major strides are being made in the battle against heart disease and stroke. A recent study shows that patients are going to greater lengths to prevent the onset of these deadly health issues.
A study was done to see if soap or hand sanitizer helps with absenteeism in schools.
Doctors say a new and rare virus has sent more than a dozen babies to Kansas City hospitals.
In vitro fertilization could be affected by the Vitamin D level of the mother. Also, the newly developed Chikungunya vaccine is doing well in trials.
For the past few weeks, young diabetic children have attended a summer camp in Massachusetts and researchers are testing a device called the "bionic pancreas" on some of them. The device checks blood sugar every five minutes and transmits the information to a smartphone app, which figures out if the user needs insulin to lower blood sugar levels, or glucagon to raise it.
The World Health Organization has approved the use of ZMapp, but supplies are extremely limited.
Researchers are concerned about growing evidence that hormone-disrupting chemicals commonly found in antibacterial soaps can lead to developmental and reproductive problems in animals and potentially people.
The most-widely used osteoporosis drugs may not protect women from breast cancer after all. Also, a new look at the science of sleep medication shows there may be little evidence the drugs provide much benefits.
Some say there are things you should know about one of the hottest trends among some celebrities.
Older adults with too little vitamin D in their blood may have twice the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease as seniors with sufficient levels of the "sunshine vitamin," a new study finds.
Long-term survival rates of pancreatic cancer have barely improved in forty years.