A Harvard University-led study suggests that eating more nitrate-rich green leafy vegetables can significantly lower the risk of developing Glaucoma- an irreversible eye disease leading to vision loss and permanent blindness.
Kidney disease patients have better survival odds, a USRDS report found.
Bacterial disease, Meliodosis, is more common than previously thought, a new study said.
DNA sequencing firm, Illumina Inc., creates a spin-off company, GRAIL, to develop of what might be the world’s first accessible and universal blood tests to detect early signs of cancer.
The study examined a widely held belief that would fertility treatments tend to increase risk of development delays in children conceived through assisted reproduction.
UK experts recently discovered a new strain of ‘super gonorrhea’ that is immune to the standard medication of antibiotics prompting health authorities to warn the public of wider implications.
A new compound has made a breakthrough in breaking cocaine addiction.
Colombia has legalized the use of medical marijuana.
A large ovarian cancer-related screening involving 200,000 women over a 14-year period claimed that blood screening reduces risk of death by 20% but data remained largely vague and inconclusive.
According to the latest U.S Study, offering children’s families the option of choosing antibiotics instead of surgery is a safe alternative and may also be able to lead to better results.
Emerging laser ablation technique may become an alternative to conventional breast cancer treatments based on promising clinical trial results.
At least 1,000 people, including more than 300 infants, at a California hospital could have been exposed to tuberculosis.
Metformin is not an effective option for teenagers who are overweight or obese and have type 1 diabetes, a new study reported.
Mayor Bill De Blasio reveals mental health scheme.
As reported by Daily Beast, team of researchers from the University of California San Francisco and University of Melbourne have found a drug that can be used effectively against fighting HIV