The Powassan Virus reportedly does not have a vaccine that can work against it.
There's a new medication for the treatment of myeloid leukemia. Let's find out more about it, here.
Chemo brain is an effects experienced by most cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Research suggests new drug to treat these symptoms.
Chiropractic treatment for back pain is the latest analysis done by researchers. It is said to give a temporary relief for patients suffering from back pain.
Food and Drug Administration finally gave out their go signal to produce the treatment drug for multiple sclerosis.
The US Food and Drug Authority has recently announced the approval of the first treatment for nocturnal polyuria.
Waiting times for the procedures he needed were between four and nine months on the NHS, and American doctors told him it was a risk to wait that long.
After contracting Necrotising fasciitis surgeons had no choice but to remove Lesley Kane's breast, torso and part of her back in order to save her life. She now needs skin grafts and various treatments to help reconstruct the tissues of her body.
With an effort to help further studies and treatment about eating disorders, charities Beat and Eating Disorder Hope have helpe raised awareness. Eating Disorder Hope has announced new membership opportunities and online forums to help kick off National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2017.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer opens up about the looming risks of recreational marjauana and how it can be linked to opioid abuse.
According to the National Pain Audit, costs associated with back pain account for roughly a fifth of the UK’s health expenditure. Up to four out of five British adults will experience back pain at some stage during their lifetime.
Cancer treatment for brain tumours, prostate cancer and breast cancer, could be revolutionised in the UK. A new cancer treatment centre prepare to open in 2018.
Drug-free options are much recommended due to the nation's opioid epidemic. Non-drug therapy treatments are less costly and safe.
It’s a moment 6-year-old Jimmy Spagnolo’s family has been waiting for since he was just 4 months old — the day the little boy would finally reach the end of his chemotherapy treatments. "We all came alive in that moment to share with Jimmers is ending to something hard and his beginning to new hope for his future!!"
Why is cancer difficult to treat? A team of scientists may have the answer.
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.