The United States is seeing a brighter future for people with hepatitis C. Newer treatments for the disease have generated positive results that it made doctors hopeful from the complete removal of the virus from the bloodstream.
Researchers have developed a dry powder inhalable form of a drug to overcome problems with accessing it in poor countries.
North America and Asia dominate the alternative treatment market. But which one should be sought-- conventional or alternative?
Physicians have documented the first ever cured adult patient diagnosed with congenital dyserythropoietic anemia.
A new study in Australia reveals that the intake during pregnancy of fish oil supplements rich in the omega-3 fatty acid DHA has no effect on the development of the baby.
A new experimental study looks into hepatitis drugs and multiple sclerosis medications in treating Ebola virus.
Peptide proteins found in spider venom may aid in protecting the human brain from damage after suffering a stroke.
When all else failed, doctors resorted to treating patients with major depressive disorder using ketamine.
Latest studies reveal that vitamin E and selenium or a combination of both are ineffective in preventing dementia.
The Oxford Eye Hospital has successfully performed the first gene therapy for a X-linked retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative form of blindness.
Dr. Wilson Compton of the National Institute on Drug Abuse revealed the significant decrease of drug consumption among teens.
US Customs and Border Protection seized press machines for counterfeit drugs.
An Ebola virus vaccine has been studied and is proven to be effective in retaining Ebola antibodies in trial participants.
Some painkillers are associated with a marked increase in the risk of cardiac arrest, a study finds.
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.