Attention Deficit problems have been at an all time rise. However, the good news is, this condition starts to improve if their first treatment revolves around behavioral conditioning such as basic social skills
Older cancer patients are more likely to have complications from surgery than younger cancer patients are, a new study is reporting.
A new analysis is claiming that the FDA most likely underestimated the number of fetal deaths from Bayer's Essure.
A British Charity Group is calling out Starbucks for putting too much sugar in its hot drinks.
The World Health Organization (WHO) revealed that $56 million is needed to help combat the Zika virus until June.
A newly developed 3D bioprinting technology by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center scientists makes printing of human body parts available.
Bloomberg School of Public Health at John Hopkins University developed tiny brain replicas to get deeper into the neurological diseases and its study
After the government’s plans to axe the sugar tax plans, campaigners reacted with fury. David Cameron, Prime Minister of UK, has reportedly vetoed the proposal to impose sugar tax of up to 20%.
A saliva test that lasts all of 10 minutes can change the way cancer has been diagnosed over all these years. The scientists behind this breakthrough technology hope that it will be available within the next 4-years.
If you want to make the best of your day, make sure you eat a healthy breakfast, says new study
Broccoli along with other cruciferous vegetables contains compounds that have been discovered to slow down the growth of breast cancer cells, especially if detected in its early stages
More than 5 million people around the world die an untimely death due to breathing polluted air and most of these deaths occur in India and China. The factories in both these countries are powered by coal-fire that is fueling the economic growth, said a report released on Friday.
Almost 2/3rd of the world population, more than 4-billion people, live with acute scarcity of water for at least one month every year, as per the latest study
In recent discovery, as many as 13 marine animals in Alaska have been found with algae toxins, as per a new study from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Three American agencies announced that they will be studying the link between cancer risk and artificial turf.
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.