A new research conducted by scientists from the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center reveals there is 40 percent of preventable cancer through certain factors like lifestyle and diet. The study serves as an eye-opener for people to be more mindful of their habit choices.
Glioblastoma patients who used the Optune therapy cap together with chemotherapy had better survival rates than those who only had chemotherapy treatment.
The first recipient of reprogrammed stem cells is a Japanese man with macular degeneration. This medical breakthrough opens up hope for the treatment to cure millions of people in the US alone with the eye condition.
A 32-year-old man got second-third degree burns for charging iPhone overnight.
A man pleads guilty on wife's death 22 years later after her estranged wife was reported missing. Man led investigators to where the woman was buried all this time.
A veterinarian couple hosts kitten rescues in their wedding festivities named Jeeves and Houdini to raise cat awareness issues, to promote their purr-centered organization Divine Feline and to incorporate their love for cats in their most special day.
Carbon monoxide poisoning in Michigan killed one teenage boy and has caused hospitalization to kids exposed with the chemicals in a hotel pool in the Southern part of the state.
Psychologists from Nigeria have spotted an easier way to prevent memory slips.
Black Insomnia claiming to have the highest caffeine content is now available to coffee aficionados in the US.
Cigarette smokers in the state are going to pay $2 more per pack of cigarette.
Hepatitis B and C are found to increase the risk of Parkinson's Disease in a UK study although the reason is still unknown.
People suffering from severe eczema can finally have their treatment. It does however, come with a huge price tag.
Food and Drug Administration finally gave out their go signal to produce the treatment drug for multiple sclerosis.
A red team approach to climate change policy-making was proposed by scientists at the House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology hearing.
Schools are already making a move in educating their students about fake news.