A newly developed experimental drug aimed at treating a common liver disease has shown promising results, according to a new study.
Tiρ values on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may detect early degeneration in the intervertebral disc of asymptomatic young male weightlifters, suggests a new study.
Based on the 2013 guidelines for primary care providers on weight management, weight loss treatment was advised to 140 million adults in the United States.
Hospitalizations for pulmonary embolism are higher in winter and lower in summer, a new study has found.
People with the greatest wellbeing were 30% less likely to die during the average eight and a half year follow-up period than those with the least wellbeing, according to a new study. The study considered around 10,000 English people with an average age of 65 years.
We often take joint pain and arthritis as granted, as if they are natural signs of aging and are to quite natural. However, this is not true every time. Pain is our body's way of sending a message.
Performing low-dose computerized tomography screening can be cost-effective compared to doing no screening for lung cancer in aging smokers, according to a new statistical analysis.
Researchers have developed a new online tool that will aid studies into postnatal brain growth in human infants based on the similarities seen in the development of the piglet brain, according to a new study.
Life satisfaction dips around middle age and rises in older age in high-income, English -speaking countries, but that is not a universal pattern, says a new report which is a part of a special series on aging.
Unless health systems find effective strategies to address the problems faced by an aging world population, the growing burden of chronic disease will greatly affect the quality of life of older people, according to a new report.
Fast, on-the-spot tests for bacterial infections may help to reduce excessive antibiotic use, finds a new systematic review.
There is no scheduled time for acidity to strike. It is diagnosed by discomfort near the chest and causes significant distress. If you frequently suffer from the condition, we've got you covered.
Researchers are working on a new type of medical imaging technology that could diagnose cardiovascular disease by measuring ultrasound signals from molecules exposed to fast-pulsing laser.
Taking vitamins or other dietary supplements along with medication can be dangerous, according to U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
When a snake unexpectedly crosses our path, our body automatically responds. We spring backwards and out heart starts pounding. This is fear response.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.