There has been a lower risk of heart disease right after the restriction of trans fats in restaurants and fast-food chains in New York. The recent study indicates that trans fats in food can cause heart attack and stroke.
Pharmaceutical giant has announced a voluntary recall of over 500,000 inhalers produced from their North Carolina plant.
People suffering from severe eczema can finally have their treatment. It does however, come with a huge price tag.
Symptoms of E. coli illness usually begin two to eight days after consuming the bacteria. They include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting.
New research found that teenagers use e-cigarettes for dripping, smoke tricks and in joining vape fests.
The US Food and Drug Administration and the company Evanger's Dog & Cat Food have issued a recall of one product.
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have highlighted the dangers of smokeless tobacco on its advertisements for the first time. Their goal is to educate the rural, white male teenagers who are usually the victims of this cancer causing habit.
Actress Pamela Anderson was hit with Hepatitis C (HCV) and was able to get cured after 12 weeks of expensive medication. A new study suggests that treating HCV may not need as much time as previously expected. It is also found in another research that generic drugs for HCV are as effective as the branded ones.
Study shows that easting salmon during pregnancy may reduce the risk of asthma to the children than those who don’t.
The World Anti-Doping Agency considers oxilofrine as a doping agent and had banned it from sports. Oxilofrine is stimulant that raises blood pressure and increase heart rate. It is also use as a prescription drug for low blood pressure.
US health regulators okays the marketing and use of gout drug Zurampic (lesinurad) by AztraZeneca albeit with conditions including further heart and kidney assessment.
A UCLA-led study confirmed that immunotherapy drug Keytruda demonstrated greater effectiveness with less treatment-linked side effects than the standard chemotherapy medicine docetaxel.
A breakthrough cooling cap system developed by Sweden-based med tech firm Dignitana promises to reduce chemotherapy-induced hair loss among breast cancer patients.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first ever generic version of the drug Gleevec, which is used to treat leukemia.
The government is cracking down on the shady and unregulated world of health supplements, the contents of which are usually unknown and falsely labeled.