Online fraudster hacked into an unidentified number of vulnerable Fitbit accounts to cheat the company using fake warranty replacements amid a growing number of complaints from users who claimed that their gadgets are defective
If you have got 10 minutes free with an Internet connection, you might be able to help researchers answer pressing questions about Alzheimer's disease.
Rejecting people in a real life situation is a lot harder than people believe, a new study reported.
Coolness increases a person's chance of winning online poker games, according to a new study.
According to a new study, TeenDrivingPlan, which teaches parents how to be better driving instructors, can increase a teen's likelihood of passing the on-road driving test.
A new study reported that hospitals that share patient records securely with one another could improve emergency department patient care.
It was a great comfort that was brought to the shocked and grieving family as they watched her compassionately being treated in her last hours.
A Swiss study found that more teenagers are being sexually harassed via the Internet than previously thought.
The American Academy of Pediatricians released their new and revised policy statement recommending parents to limit their children' screen media use time.
Pfizer Inc. announced that it will start selling viagra pills online directly to men with prescriptions.
Government health officials use real-life stories of ex-smokers in anti-smoking advertisements.
Drugstore company, Rite Aid plans on adding 58 new clinics throughout the Northeast area. The clinics allows customers to talk to doctors and nurses via webcam.
Kids are just three clicks away from being exposed to adult content online like nudity and violence, says a new study.
A new study suggests that the diagnosis of the onset of Alzheimer's disease could be just a click away. According to a latest finding by scientists from the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) at The University of Queensland (UQ), the onset of Alzheimer's could be detected using a simple online test. Professor Lizzie Coulson, study coordinator, said that her research team has identified how Alzheimer's disease impairs the cholinergic basal forebrain in undertaking navigational tasks, according to Medical Xpress.
A new study suggests that more and more medicines are being sold illegally as a rising number of people are going online to buy medicines, perhaps to avoid embarrassment. According to the study, the unlawful purchases could be on a rise due to the fact that patients want quicker access, self medication and to avoid embarrassment which happens in case of one-on-one interaction with a pharmacist. The study that involved a survey with pharmacists revealed that about half of them reported a customer admitting purchase of prescription medicine this way.