Experts believe that marathon runners are most likely to suffer short-term acute kidney injury but its effects are almost negligible and the body can recover in as little as two days.
Amateur astronomers are welcome to help in finding the ninth planet in our solar system.
Bowel cancer symptoms and signs do not show until the disease is in its advanced stages.
The first commercially viable energy harvesting clear glass has been developed in Edith Cowan University in the bid to create more efficient ways to capture solar energy.
Telehealth services may be convenient but it doesn't come cheap. Rising insurance costs are making employers rethink their strategies and employees' insurance coverage.
OK Foods Inc. are staging a recall of some of their cooked chicken products as metal contaminants were found in them by consumers.
Earth Hour is now a decade old. This year's commemoration will highlight the environmental issues that individual countries are facing because of climate change.
Dr. Paul Marik may just have found a way to combat sepsis with just affordable and readily-available ingredients.
As the world celebrated World Tuberculosis Day, a new battle front emerges as drug-resistant tuberculosis strains defy traditional treatments.
Police are now investigating Eres Plastic Surgery after another patient death occured while undergoing a Brazilian butt lift procedure.
A team of researchers from the University of Glasgow has developed a first-of-its-kind smart skin that is more sensitive than human skin.
Doctors hope that the male fertility test kit will be as easy to use as a home pregnancy test kit.
The results of a study reveals that the reliance on satnavs and gps devices affects the brain's functions.
CERN has announced that five new sub-atomic particles have been discovered as they pored through their data gathered from the Large Hadron Collider.
Germany has started to test the world's largest artificial sun in their bid to create a carbon-less source of fuel.