A study reveals evidence of a strong association between anxiety disorders and the prevalence and incidence of ulcer.
Researchers have found that poorly educated adults face an elevated risk of stroke than those with higher education.
A new study has found that excessive intake of sodium has a harmful effect on global health, claiming around 1.65 million lives every year.
A new FDA-approved drug may be able to help restore hair follicles in patients suffering from alopecia--a balding condition, predominantly found in men. Findings revealed that the drug was successful in re-growing hair in a small sample of patients.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new treatment for the illness known as Plegridy through Biogen Idec Inc (BIIB), a company that specializes in developing drugs for neuro-degenerative diseases, autoimmune diseases, and hemophilia.
There's new hope for patients waiting in line to receive an organ. A machine created by researchers at the University of Michigan has been shown to successfully keep lungs alive for days after death, greatly extending transplant potential for those in need.
Researchers have found that mass layoff can up suicide attempts and other suicide-related behavior among teens.
Guidelines developed nearly 20 years ago help identify girls with cancer who can become infertile after treatments.
The FDA panel gave a nod to Avastin - a drug to treat patients with persistent, recurrent or late-stage cervical cancer.
A new study has found that depression is a common symptom of Parkinson's disease, but remains untreated in most of the patients.
Intake of common anti-inflammatory drugs helps lower breast cancer recurrence rates in postmenopausal overweight patients.