Waiting times for the procedures he needed were between four and nine months on the NHS, and American doctors told him it was a risk to wait that long.
Changes in food and eating preferences affects sickness, the health of good bacteria and aging.
Health care experts revealed that the yellow fever that plagued Brazil came from monkeys.
All three persons that were affected lived within one block radius in the Concourse area. Representatives handed out notices to tenants warning them about the illness on Tuesday in the lobby of 750 Grand Concourse.
Most people and even doctors consider obesity as a personal failure rather than a disease or a medical condition.
Alabama Rot spreads in the UK and poses threat to dog walkers everywhere. Dog owners are advised to consult a vet once symptoms are found.
Scientists are recommending the use of internet-based data as reliable tools for forecasting disease outbreaks.
A promising new vaccine for Tuberculosis (TB) is in the works to combat drug resistance.
A new wearable sensor can help track one's health and may detect the presence of Lyme disease, a bacterial infection that could affect the joints, heart and nervous system.
An assembly of government health officials recently made public a reorganized guideline on the daily intake of aspirin which could be directly advantageous to individuals with a heart disease.
A new study suggests that drinking coffee can reduce risk of colon cancer
Health authorities in South Africa has just confirmed its first case of Zika after a Colombian businessman tested positive for the virus after showing signs and symptoms associated with the mosquito-borne illness.
A landmark schizophrenia research published in the scientific journal Nature offers promising results that would finally de-mystify the psychiatric disorder and its causes.
Breastfeeding rates in the UK are alarmingly low, new research reported.
A two-year old toddler from Dudley, Northumberland, UK inadvertently suffers from another life threatening liver disease as a result of repeated blasts of chemotherapy to treat neuroblastoma.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.