Asthma affects millions of both adults and children in the United States. Approximately 1 in 10 children and 1 in 12 adults have insomnia according to a survey from the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology.
The new genes can help doctors identify patients who are at-risk and target treatments. The genes have found to be linked to high blood pressure.
Specialists are calling-to-arms against the overuse and underuse of health and medical services.
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A new report has suggested that doctors have been wasting two-thirds of their time doing paperwork. What could have been the underlying reasons behind this situation?
Researchers are not on the same page on recent findings that there is an increase in cases of advanced prostate cancer. The report published on Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases journal claims a staggering increase of 72 percent has been recorded in the last ten years.
Researchers from the UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley have discovered two possible routes that Zika virus take to travel from the pregnant mother to the developing fetus.
Researchers have now developed a protective vaccine that promises to fight threatening sexually transmitted disease (STD) called chlamydia. Experts from McMaster University outlined ways to administer the vaccine and how the new antigens can help curb the ominous disease.
A Johns Hopkins study found that people with mental illness almost never commit acts of violence, let alone have access to guns.
Mosquitoes are blood-sucking insects that can bring disease from their painful stings. Here are natural ways to keep them away.
The 69th session of the World Health Assembly is finally underway as top experts try to share their takes on diseases and illnesses plaguing the world today. The annual assembly will see the gathering of World Health Organization member states once more as they take on a heavy agenda that is expected to include a large attendance.
The World Health Organization hints at the possibility Yellow fever might actually be much worse than the Zika virus in Africa.