Chemo brain is an effects experienced by most cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Research suggests new drug to treat these symptoms.
A third of the study population had a recurrence of difficult memory, more anxiety and felt stressed.
A 54-year-old woman was left blind in one eye and has her face disfigured after having botched dental fillers.
The FDA has recommended Bayer AG to include a black box warning and to conduct a post-market safety study for its contraceptive product, Essure.
Antiretroviral therapy for HIV positive mothers is linked to small but significant effect on infant’s development according to a new Harvard-led study.
A CDC report revealed that 65.2% of American adults do not get enough sleep of at least 7 hours long prompting the health agency to declare inadequate sleep as a public health concern.
A startling report by the Nordic Cochrane Center and University College London (UCL) revealed a startling conclusion linking anti-depressants with doubled suicide risks in children and teens.
According to a new survey, many adults younger than 45 are unaware of what stroke symptoms are.
The FDA has tightened up its regulations for the use of surgical mesh devices in patients with pelvic organ prolapse.
A new study found that once-a-week medication options for diabetes yield pretty similar results.
The American Cancer Society and the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) have issued joint guidelines for breast cancer survivors
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new once-a-day HIV pill.
A powdered measles vaccine could be available soon, researchers from the University of Colorado reported
Ibuprofen is better than oral morphine for treating fracture pain in children, a new study concluded.
The majority of splints done in emergency rooms and urgent care facilities are wrong, a new study found.
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