Doctors believe treatment for "mini-strokes" can cut the odds of a full stroke happening.
Eating 50 grams of processed meat, having 3 or more alcohol drinks a day and/or being obese raise the risks of acquiring stomach cancer.
Transplantation of pancreatic islets is found to be a life-saving treatment for people who are hypoglycemic and also controls blood sugar of people with type 1 diabetes.
A new study has revealed that every city has its own microbial community, which is distinct from those found in other places.
Researchers found that the circadian effect on performance was essentially stronger in women than in men.
A one pill, once-a-day drug combination that is currently under study showed high cure rates for hepatitis C.
A recent study has revealed that children who prefer sweet snacks have higher chances of gaining more weight than those who choose salty treats.
Bubble technology, a new way of delivering the cancer drugs deep into the tumor cells, is invented by scientists at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
A study says that Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy can treat prostate cancer by 98 percent cure rate in five convenient treatments.
In the United States, obesity hits 1/3 adutls; however, the best diet is still uncertain.
Heartburn medications may increase the risk of a kidney failure and could results to kidney diseases when used long term.