Chagas disease, leishmaniasis and sleeping sickness can be cured with a single drug that has been recently discovered. The finding of this new drug is a ray of hope to many millions in the most backward parts of the world.
This new drug approved by F.D.A can provide a significant treatment to bladder cancer.
A new kind of drug for cancer in revealed, and it can work miracles, and comes at a heavy price.
A new pact has been signed by WHO and AYUSH for the implementation of Yoga and Ayurveda in health services.
In February, the FDA warned that statins can increase users' risk of Type 2 diabetes and memory loss, confusion and other cognition problems.
Here are three useful remedies in nature to fight the long-fought problem of ageing.
Because of some genetic similarity between humans and pets such as canine and felines, some treatments can be transferred across species.
New study shows that nearly 50 million of antibiotic prescriptions given out every year are either not necessarily needed or are completely wrong.
New findings on canine compulsive disorder (CCD) may help improve treatments and therapies for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in people, according to researchers from Tufts University.
A baby Western lowland gorilla was recently born at a U.K. Zoo after an emergency C-section performed by University of Bristol Professor David Cahill. The infant and its mother are receiving 24-hour care and are recovering well.
A recent study found that people who fear spiders often perceive the arachnids as being bigger than they really are. Researchers say their findings may help treat certain phobias.
For the first time researchers have successfully froze a rabbit's brain, preserving its all of its synapses, cell membranes, and intracellular structures. This marks a major breakthrough in cryopreservation.
Bears pack on fat when preparing to hibernate each winter. To avoid the health risks often associated with human obesity, the bears have specialized gut microbiota that takes in more energy from food in the summer.
Biologists have genetically engineered mosquitoes to reduce populations of mosquitoes carrying Zika virus, which is linked to a birth defect known as microencephaly. The hope is this will help stop the virus from spreading to the Americas and reduce the number of people impacted.