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.
Older women above 75-years of age are at higher risk of developing diabetes if they were regularly taking statins. High-doses of intake increases the probability of acquiring diabetes by 51 percent.
Latest research reveals that it is possible to resist one’s cravings to chocolate with the aid of a psychological approach.
Kisqali is a new pill approved by the United States Health regulators to slow down the spread of cancers cells in the patient's body.
A new study reveals that failed fertility treatments may pose health risks in a woman’s cardiovascular system.
A new study shows that natural vitamin C can specifically target and kill cancer stem cells preventing them from spreading.
Substances found in antidepressants are believed to can prevent prostate cancer from spreading to the bones.
A recent court document pointed out that NFL gives majority of their players substanital amount of opioids.
Men treated with finasteride for hair loss have a higher risk of developing long-term sexual problems, research shows.
A new study focusing on breast cancer in male revealed two proteins that play a significant role in the disease. This recent discovery may help in stepping up with a new treatment for breast cancer in male patients.
Gleevec Pill keeps CML patients alives for decades- even longer than that.
Marijuana is one of the increasingly legalized drugs for medicinal and recreational purposes. However, it was discovered, through a new research that marijuana intake can have a negative impact on cardiovascular health.
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.