Jamaican track and field athlete and Olympic gold medalist Kemar Bailey Cole, has announced that he wants to pursue the trial for the Jamaica's 2016 olympic team despite being tested positive for Zika virus.
LEDs are replacing yellow street lamps in an attempt to save energy. But medical experts say LEDs could be damaging to our health.
More people are now turning on forest therapy, or also known as forest bathing, to prevent or lesser the risk of developing illnesses.
A new small study involving 13 HIV-positive patients revealed that a human antibody called 3BNC117 has the potential to prevent the increase of viral load in the event the patient discontinued their retroviral medications.
A new study involving bacteriophages has revealed the ability of the bacteria-eating virus to successfully reduce salmonella in meat products by as much as 90 percent.
A new Australian study revealed that people who are frequently visiting parks and other green spaces have lesser risk of developing high blood pressure, heart diseases, depression, anxiety and stress.
A new study revealed an increased of abortion request in Latin American countries following the issuance of health warnings urging women to avoid getting pregnant due to the effects of Zika virus to newborns.
A new study suggests that higher weekly consumption of walnuts, oranges, orange juice, apples and pears and romaine or leaf lettuce could lessen the risk of physical function impairment in women, leading to more healthy aging process.
A new study reveales that low dosage of Paclitaxel can promote the metastasis of breast cancer cells into the liver.
A new study suggest that eating fiber and vitamin A rich diet can shape the immune sytem to prevent fatal allergic responses to foods such as peanuts.
A nbew study revealed that West Nile virus has the ability to destroy synapses of neurons causing memory loss and mood disorders.
Russian scientist successfully developed a new magnetically-controlled drug that can be condensed into a blood clot and dissolve the clot 4,000 times better than ordinary enzyme-based drug.
People suffering from heart attack are more likely to die if they have diabetes, study says.
Study shows that the American diet has improved, but findings also indicate disparities based on race and income.