An aggressive form of prostate cancer was cured in mice using Cabozantinib, a drug used in treating certain types of thyroid and kidney cancer.
A new study suggests that eating healthier food options can help in reducing gas emissions. The change in our food preference was found to be a contributor in the environment's current state.
A school in Seattle was closed on Thursday and Friday for a cleanup due to a norovirus outbreak.
Mark Zuckerberg announced to the public on his Facebook page that they are expecting another child- a baby girl.
Lawmakers in California are promoting the repeal of the current HIV/AIDS Criminalization Laws with Senate Bill 239 of Senator Weiner.
According to the House Republicans, the American Health Care Act, replacement to Obamacare is just a first step in improving health care in the United States. The Democrats, on the other hand, is eager to battle the trump-backed US health care.
Kidney disease can be controlled and prevented if we understand the circumstances and risk factors which predispose to it. Ensure to keep kidneys healthy, Happy World Kidney Day.
According to the Motor Neurone Disease Association, 50 percent of MND patients die within 14 months of diagnosis and others die within five years. A unique exception has baffled doctors in the case of renowned English physicist, Professor Stephen Hawking who has lived with MND for over 40 years.
Scarlett Johansson files for divorce, shocking Romain Duraic who did not see it coming.
The House passes a bill favorable for nursing mothers.
Hoda Kotb speaks openly about her journey into motherhood after cancer left her unable to have a child.
Food habits rich in fat and sugar are being linked to deaths due to heart disease, strokes, and diabetes in the United States.
Air pollution and freeway pollution both are considered as a public health crisis and requires to be addressed immediately by the government.
A shocking incident caused riot in a 16-story resident block in Merry Hill on Wednesday morning. Two were reported dead and one in critical condition in the hospital.
A recent study suggests that indoor tanning, a main cause of skin cancer contributes to $343 million direct medical cost for treatment in the US.