A study presented during the 2016 Clinical Congress has highlighted on their results regarding the preferences of cancer patients on choosing the right treatment for them from the world wide web. It goes to show that what actually convince them is the way webpages were arranged, and not actually on the crucial information made available on the site.
The battle against addiction to opioids is still ongoing.
On a research published by the American Society for Microbiology in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, a group of experts were able to create models showing potential compounds that can inhibit Chikungunya virus protease' activities.
The storm may have passed, but the dangers aren't over yet. After surviving the worst of the hurricane, people now need to ensure they survive the aftermath with risks that include injuries, sickness and death.
New survey revealed that many physicians worldwide believe that climate change is occuring and have negative effects in patient care.
A Japanese scientist, who meticulously studied yeast cells to understand how cells degrade and renew itself, has won the 2016 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. Meet Yoshinori Oshumi, the man who discovered a process called authophagy that cannabilizes and recycles cells.
Prescription painkillers are generally safe -- if used appropriately. Once it is abused, there is a tendency that this will be the start of search for street drugs such as marijuana and heroin.
Apparently, music's influence encompasses even how your perceive your drink's strength. A new research has determined that sounds can greatly affect how we think our alcohol tolerance could be.
The rate of infants that are opiod-dependent is alarmingly increasing, according to a new study.
If you want to dislodge your kidney stones, riding a roller coaster might help. A paper published in The Journal of the American Osteophatic Association reveals that by riding the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disney World, there are higher chances that kidney stones can be dislodged.
Unlike antibiotics, the polymer could kill the superbug in multiple paths.
Authors of a study published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A detailed their analysis of three Egyptian mummies' skin proteins, determining the reason of their deaths such as cancers and other deadly infections.
Effects of oxytocin to men are positive, leading the participants to be more "interconnected" with every living thing.
A new study from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that there is an association between the salmonella outbreaks and the rising trend of keeping chickens as pets.
In a colossal public revelation, historical documents disclose how in the 1960s, the sugar industry paid scientists to hide the link between sugar, heart disease and obesity in America, and instead, blame it on saturated fats.