A Victorian man who was clinically dead for 40 minutes was brought back to life with a new machine that's located in only one hospital in Australia. The new resuscitation technique has the potential to make a huge impact in patients that suffer from heart attacks.
A drug developed by scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies may be helpful reversing memory deficits and slowing Alzheimer's disease in aged mice following short-term treatment.
While spring and summer often mean more choices for outdoor fun and activities, it can also be a time of the year when children face the highest danger to exposure of certain chemicals. During these months in particular, hydrocarbon toxins will injure nearly 30 children in the United States every da...
In a new finding researchers address a basic problem of treating chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL).The doctors at Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC) have come up with a combination of drug to potentially fight the disease.
A study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal says that people with job stress and an unhealthy lifestyle are at a greater risk of coronary artery disease than those who have job stress but lead healthy lifestyles.
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future have come up with a cautionary study which may alarm those who love to eat chicken. The birds are likely raised with arsenic-based drugs, resulting in excessive levels of inorganic arsenic, a known carcinogen.
A latest study published in JAMA Internal Medicine states that despite calls by several medical experts to reduce the intake of sodium, it is seen that the dangerously high levels of salt in processed and fast food remains unchanged.
The influenza virus has an amazing inherent ability to mutate, thereby changing its properties and its pathogenicity. European researchers have discovered that sequence variations in the virus genome alter virus pathogenicity by affecting the function of the virus genome itself.
Does Jared know that the average subway sandwich is 200 calories more than some of the main menu items at McDonalds.
Scientists have produced the first genetically engineered burger that was made in a test tube, with a $325,000 price tag.
If you like eggs and bacon with some pizazz, you can certainly have it, but only at a cost.