The four in one pill that cuts numbers of heart problems...

A daily pill containing four medicines can cut the number of heart attacks and strokes by a third, a study shows. The polypill...

Patient groups push back against Gilead’s pricey HIV prevention treatment

Gilead Sciences Inc hopes to soon introduce a pricey new pill to prevent HIV in people at risk of contracting the infection, but the drugmaker...

Regrowing dental tissue with stem cells is closer than we think

Tooth loss is an issue that most people will face at some point in their lifetime, and according to Underground Health Reporter, by age 74 -...

Virtual reality could become the next frontier in Alzheimer’s diagnosis

New research that was aimed to showcase the potential of new technologies to diagnose disease has suggested that virtual reality may play a crucial role in...

Energy drinks risking potentially fatal heart rhythm disruption – but it’s...

Caffeine in energy drinks doesn’t seem to be the culprit that potentially causes fatal heart disorders, study finds. Caffeine does not cause...

Burnout is officially becoming an occupational syndrome according to the World...

Workplace 'burn-out' has become a topic for scientific debate over the past years due to the fact that fatigue is truly a real workplace issue. In...

World Health Organisation has given advice on how to protect your...

Air pollution is responsible for 4.2 million deaths yearly and as the Earth warms there’s only more cause for concern. Liz Langley lists the steps you...

Ultra-processed foods are taking the lead for the top weight gain...

A U.S. government-led trial may confirm the worst fears of anyone whose diet starts and ends in the frozen food aisle. It suggests that people who...

States file lawsuit against medication companies over generic-price-fixing scheme

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong has a skin condition called rosacea, and he says he takes the antibiotic doxycycline once a day for it.

How genetically engineered viruses prolonged a teenager’s life

In 2010, an undergraduate in Durban, South Africa, found herself scraping muck from the underside of a partially decomposed eggplant. It was, in a sense, homework....

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