Health experts say that Fentanyl, an opioid drug, is now a crisis in Milwaukee Country due to its rising rates of death reports.
Acute low back pain sufferers may find relief from chiropractic therapy but it does not eliminate the pain completely.
Hawaii is set to be the first American state with a law requiring insurance companies to cover costs of in vitro fertilization in surrogates and single women.
The NHS Scotland approved funding PrEP drugs for people at risk of contracting HIV.
Understanding how celiac disease develops is an urgent area of study as an increasing number of Americans are being diagnosed with the disease.
Medical marijuana is prescribed to selected patients that need the medication. Columbia Care has a pilot program that delivers the medication to the patient's homes.
Depression is an illness that has been hitting people from different walks of life. A recent study indicates that ketamine which is known to be a party drug can eventually be used as a treatment for depression.
Fentanyl can be one substance that is the cause of the rise on drug overdose fatality recently. It is indicated that the drug is being mixed with heroin or cocaine.
Pharmaceutical giant has announced a voluntary recall of over 500,000 inhalers produced from their North Carolina plant.
Maple syrup extract is found to have synergistic effect on antibiotics.
The NIH has given the go signal for an experimental Zika virus vaccine trial that will make use of a DNA vaccine of the virus.
Glioblastoma patients who used the Optune therapy cap together with chemotherapy had better survival rates than those who only had chemotherapy treatment.
Scientists have discovered the benefits of umbilical cord donation. This post-partum waste, instead of being thrown out, can potentially cure diseases like leukemia and save lives.
A recent study reveals that living under flight path roar causes diabetes due to rise of stress and sugar levels from noise pollution.
A fang blenny can painlessly deliver a potent opioid-laced fish venom that can disorient predators that make the mistake of eating them.
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.