Researchers conducted a study to test the effects using a nasal spray in stalling the fatal symptoms of venomous snakebites.
Seven out of 10 Americans are on at least one prescription drug, more than half take at least two prescription medications, and a fifth are on five or more drugs.
Researchers found that the younger someone is, the less likely that person will know if he or she is infected with HIV.
By 2016, e-cigarettes will be regulated as medicine in the United Kingdom.
Researchers found that taking Ritalin or Adderall did not increased the likelihood of substance abuse in children with ADHD.
A new study found that cancer patients are more likely to file for bankruptcy than people without cancer.
In 2011, 18 girls and one boy in Le Roy, New York developed mysterious Tourette's syndrome-like symptoms.
The sheep’s embryos were genetically bred using a protein from an Aequorea jellyfish.
Their son’s death is the second time the family has lost a child due to their unwillingness to take him to the doctor.
Because of the advances in medical technology developed in an effort to keep soldiers alive, Boston’s physicians were prepared to keep victims at the Boston Marathon alive.
The Cannabis Career Institute in Nevada opened the first school ever to be focused on educating people about all aspects of marijuana and the business.
A new government study released Tuesday reveals that many Americans, especially those under the age of 65, are skipping their prescription medications to save money.
Compounds in an exhaled breath are found to be a unique "fingerprint" in patients.
Research shows possible hope for future AIDS vaccine.
Researchers found that the number of vaccinations an infant receives in one day does not increase the risk for autism.
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.