A panel of experts is recommending that adults aged 40 and over should take statins as a preventive measure.
In a new study, researchers examined the screening rate for people suffering from dementia and discovered that the majority of these people never see a doctor for mental health issues.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is recommending women at-risk of preeclampsia to start a low-dose aspirin regimen after consulting with their doctors.
According to a new study, measuring hospital patients' blood sugar levels during admission could help predict their risk of developing type 2 diabetes for up to three years.
A new study out of Norway concluded that a sigmoidoscopy can be an effective tool in detecting and preventing colon cancer.
A new scientific review concluded that the pros of taking an aspirin a day outweigh the cons.
A new study out of Australia found that the majority of dental patients were willing to get rapid HIV testing.
A new study found that olive oil supplements could protect the heart from some of the negative effects caused by air pollution.
The FDA reported that people without a history of heart problems should not take aspirin as a preventive measure.
A new study reported that drinking coffee everyday can reduce one's risk of liver cancer.
A new study stated that circumcisions should be offered like vaccines for young boys.
A new review concluded that mammograms for women in their 40s could lead to overdiagnosis.
Researchers reported that annual mammograms did not reduce breast cancer mortality rate.
In the past six years, the number of U.S. pets that have become obese has increased 37 percent for dogs and 90 percent for cats, according to an annual report from Banfield Pet Hospital. Diabetes and Arthritis in dogs has increased by 32 percent and 38 percent respectively.
According to researchers, “the best preventive drug we have” is exercise. If done regularly, exercises can free from many disease that could affect us in later life.
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.