Health Text alerts service would save patients and country $770 million

A text message system that would integrate notifications regarding medication for patients would greatly reduce the cost of medicine – according to a new...

FDA approves Brain Port V100 to help blind people see using their tongue just...

Through a recently published press release, the United States Food & Drug Administration has confirmed that they have cleared a new assistive device designed...

Fake Chemist Vincent-Gammill arrested over cheating cancer patients

A supposed chemist has been treating cancer patients with dirt and expired medicine, according to reports surfacing early this weekend. A mother in Thousand...

5-day diet mimicking fasting reduces cancer & diabetes risk

Fasting has been regarded as a useful way of losing weight, improving immunity and boosting brain functions since a long time. However, still doctors...

Who says restaurant food are better than fast food?

A new study has found that the similarities between fast food and restaurant food are plenty, citing the health gap between them isn't big.During...

Cancer patient Keith Borum marries Nina Scott in hospital bed

Keith Borum, a terminally ill cancer patient, and his partner for three years Nina Scott were declared man and wife in an emotional event...

Top athletes may also develop life-threatening cardio vascular abnormalities

A study that involved over 2,000 athletes revealed that even sportspersons who have very high level of fitness and performance might have life-threatening cardiovascular...

Ramadan breakfast ‘Suhoor’ ideas for getting through a day’s fast

We are into the final week of the month of Ramadan. This is the time of the year when the observant Muslims stay away...

Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Nivolumab can cure Hodgkin’s Lymphomia

Hodgkin's lymphomia is a cancer of the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a part of the immune system. It is a series of...

Overweight teens have boosted odds of colon cancer

Overweight teens have been found to have a higher likelihood of developing colon cancer later in life, particularly when they are living through their...

Cell Phone GPS can help in identifying depressive symptom severity

Today, the majority of the people can’t think of life without cell phones. This has forced researchers to carry out studies to comprehend what...

Cancer stricken Nebraska girl gifts life to two boys in Pennsylvania

Olivia Swedberg, a 3-year old Nebraska girl, who recently passed away due to brain cancer, has given two boys from Pennsylvania the strength to...

FDA approves flibanserin aka Female Viagra to boost sexual desire in premenopausal women

What FDA scientists are calling 'Female Viagra' has finally received the green light that it has been waiting for. To this point, it has...

Obese patients with T2DM should use Bariatric surgery, says study

People with type 2 diabetes are usually asked to make some lifestyle changes such as eating better and exercising regularly for managing the condition...

Dating rule: Men don’t trust hot women but women do

During a recent study, researchers found that women with a glam look although attract men more easily, men usually don’t trust them. However, the...

EWG Action Fund finds asbestos fiber in kid’s crayons and detective toys

According to a recently released report, multiple brands of toy detective kits and crayons have tested positive for the cancer-causing component called asbestos. The...

Women’s cancer risk increased by excessive sitting

It has long been established that sitting for a long time is not good for our health. Prolonged sitting has previously been linked with...

Infants more likely to die of SIDS if sharing bed with parents

Recent research that appeared in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)'s Pediatrics journal has found that the biggest killer of babies, sudden infant death...

CDC death cause map: Sepsis most distinctive cause of death in New Jersey

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published a map that outlines the most distinctive death causes in the 50 US states....

Alzheimer’s causing gene silently work long before symptoms appear, study finds

Findings of a new study are indicating that a genetic variant known widely for its links with Alzheimer’s disease might start promoting formation of...

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