Food and Drug Administration approved the less-expensive drug called Inflectra. The agency approved Pfizer’s and Celltrion’s Inflectra as a biosimilar to arthritis treatment, Remicade of Johnson & Johnson’s.
The effectiveness of a whooping cough booster vaccine recommended for middle school aged children wanes over time, a new study is reporting.
A new study found that once-a-week medication options for diabetes yield pretty similar results.
A wild berry native to North America may strengthen the effectiveness of a chemotherapy drug commonly used to treat pancreatic cancer, according to a new study.
The first two human trials for GlaxoSmithKline's experimental Ebola vaccine have started, according to health officials from the United States and the United Kingdom.
WHO announced that it will endorse the use of experimental drugs for Ebola.
A new study found that when people's pills change color or shape, they become less likely to take them everyday.
Researchers reported that an early trial testing the dengue fever vaccine shows promise.
The FDA just approved a new diabetes drug called Afrezza.
A new study found that the first-line diabetes drug, metformin works more effectively in African-Americans than whites.
Researchers reported that two new drugs were successful in treating advanced melanoma in early trials.
A new study found that custom-designed helmets barely improved "flat head" syndrome.
The Gates Foundation announced that it will fund $100,000 to the innovator who will create a better and more comfortable condom.
Today's world has given us the luxurious choice to enhance our body in the ways that we feel are necessary. There is a big controversy surrounding the practice of cosmetic surgeries that makes people question if it's ethical towards their self-esteem and self-progress. There are numerous amounts of plastic surgeries out there to help people enhance their appearance and change the characteristics of themselves that they feel need the most improvement.