Premature babies were displayed in Coney Island in the 1920's. Lucille Horn was one of them, she lived a long life and died on Feb. 11 at the age of 96.
One's diet effectively triggers migraine but experts reveal the most effective method to treat it.
Diabetic patches released in the UK can potentially end finger pricking with the help of advance technology.
Successful experiments conducted at the University of Liverpool reveals that nanotechnology can help improve drug therapies for HIV patients.
A tiny pill, called the silver bullet can send health data from inside the body to a phone while delivering medicine inside the boy.
Eating a specific dish might be casual for some, for the others it could be a direct link to their cultural heritage.
A transplant can save a person’s life or improve their health and quality of life. There are two types of donations, living and deceased. The Youngs are set to donate their unborn child's organs after she reaches full term.
More than half a million popular child swings have been recalled because the plastic seat can crack or break. Injuries to children have already been reported.
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A chiropractor from Kansas has been faced with backlash with his solution to the problem of periods. On Mensez's Facebook page women has posted negative comments about his Mensez Adhesive Vaginal Lipstick.
South Koreans ranked as the highest life expectancy in the world, and those in the United States were amongst the lowest where men and women are expected to live 79.5 and 83.3 years respectively.
A new vaccine is being tested to protect against all insect-borne diseases. Th vaccine is being formulated using mosquito saliva.
A gaming system was designed and developed to help children suffering from cerebral palsy improve hand functions.
France to cull 600,000 more ducks in fight against bird flu virus. The French government has promised that the farmers will be compensated.
Researchers found the potential use of human fat cells in anti-aging treatments.
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.