A team of researchers from Oregon State University is developing a contact lens that can detect blood sugar levels which they presented on Tuesday at the 253rd National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society. The tech will use a transparent biosensor that can potentially recognize symptoms of more diseases one day.
A newspaper in Russia reports that almost 100 gay men go missing in Chechnya. Reports say that some were detained for their sexual preferences.
Pharmaceutical giant has announced a voluntary recall of over 500,000 inhalers produced from their North Carolina plant.
It claims a success rate of 98 percent using a technique the owner developed.
Health authorities warn that 1 in 10 pregnant women with Zika infection had fetus or baby with birth defects.
The brain tumor of Alexis Shapiro who has hypothalamic obesity has shrunk by half after going through a proton radiation therapy. The teenage girl has faced an extreme weight gain because of her first brain surgery, and now she is trying to get back the life she lost.
The CEO of a technological hub says the microchip implants make life easier for workers.
The US Senate will discuss the nomination of Dr. Scott Gottlieb to the Food and Drug Administration but Democrats believe he is not fit for the job as he is deemed too close to the pharmaceutical industry.
Maple syrup extract is found to have synergistic effect on antibiotics.
The former personal chef to the queen unveiled what the queen cannot go without.
The US funding cuts is set to remove budget earmarked for the UN Population Fund and international aid agencies.
Mona Haydar is eight months pregnant, yet she released a video for Muslim women to wear their hijabs loud and proud.
A recent research has scientists pointing out that lab mice in medical experiments might just be way too clean. Since they live in very hygienic conditions, the findings of the immune system's medical studies might be influenced.
Climate change are interwoven together. Authorities now acknowledge women's role on the fight against climate change.
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.