Adolf Hitler was reportedly high on opioid and cocaine during the war. Hitler was reportedly given the drugs, which gave him strength when he lost his charisma while in distress bought by WWII. Opioids and cocaine are still two of the most abused drugs up to this date, which caused thousands of deaths due to overdose.
Opioid users are still taking the risk despite the dangers brought about by the drugs.
A wireless device is being developed and could possibly be the key to treating migraine.
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.
The National Poison Data System reported that more than 15,000 children under that age of six have experienced hand sanitizer poisoning each year.
Bone scans of patients who took Bisphosphonates showed microscopic cracks that makes the bone fragile and prone to injuries.
A series of case studies found sleep tracking apps and devices are not effective and are instead causing sleep problems.
Scientists have successfully developed a permanent hair dye that is not only eco-friendly but is safer and as effective as the hair dyes available in the market today.
Doing yoga not only helps people get physically fit but also reduces symptoms of depression.
A new research reveals that air pollution may alter bacteria present in the respiratory tract and trigger them to resist antibiotics.
A round glass container containing a swatch of a 90-year-old mold was recently sold by the international auction house of Bonhams.
Scientists from Israel have developed a side effect-free alternative treatment for migraines. Technological advancements may be a fresh option for people who find conventional medicine unhelpful.
A new compound found in soil bacteria has been recently discovered to be a potential drug that can help fight tuberculosis.
Schigel was arrested for endangering children, while Carroll was arrested for implied consent to test, operating a vehicle under the influence, endangering children, driving under suspension and failure to control.
Nearly 1.8 million surgical cosmetic procedures and about 15.5 million minimally invasive ones were performed in the US last year.