A round glass container containing a swatch of a 90-year-old mold was recently sold by the international auction house of Bonhams.
A new study developed a new technique that checks how much urine is in swimming pools by testing for the sweetness of the pool water.
Advancement in medical technology is paving the way in the possibility of cryogenically freezing organs, without damaging their tissues and may be available for later use of patients.
Entrepreneurs are piloting new non-invasive technology that can be used to in caring for the senior adults and aging parents.
Babies that are born with syphilis are continually increase in terms of numbers due to their parents STD.
The symptoms began suddenly after 4-6 weeks. The three cats identified with symptoms are all stable and recovering according to BBC.
McDonald's, Wendy's A&W and Tim Horton's scored almost 100 percent on their poultry. But Subway scored only 50 percent on their chicken sandwiches, half were mostly soy.
The impact of the Neanderthal genetic contribution to present day man has been uncertain, until now after discovering that the effect of the Neanderthal gene’s affects the gene expression that contributes to present day physiological traits of humans.
Recent studies suggest that DNA instructions in a child's genetics have the tendency to prefer one parent over the other.
Scientists revealed that a vaccine for Zika virus is already made available but they would need a new outbreak for it to be tested.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has denied that patients were put at risk after the NHS misplaced more than 700,000 pieces of medical correspondence, including cancer test results. Patients could have been harmed by a delay in diagnosis or taken drugs they should not have done.
A newly improved polymer and developed process in creating electronic tattoo devices are now available.
Tragic Ellie-May was turned away from The Grange Clinic after arriving just four minutes late. She died of an asthma attack five hours later.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.