(Reuters Health) – The commonly used painkiller diclofenac may be linked with an increased risk of heart problems, a large Danish study suggests.
Over three million people died from alcohol consumption in 2016, equating to 1 in 20 deaths globally, according to a new report by the World Health Organization.
While many details in life grow murky, the most traumatic moments — such as being pushed onto a bed and groped — get embedded in memory, experts say.
More than half of all UN countries will fail to honor their commitment to reduce premature deaths from cancer, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease and diabetes by 2030, a new analysis predicts.
An ongoing outbreak of a rare eye infection has been discovered in contact lens wearers in the UK, a new study reveals.
(Reuters Health) – People who live in low-income and middle-income countries may have a harder time finding and affording essential medicines for diabetes than residents of wealthier nations, a recent study suggests.
Uganda will vaccinate against Ebola should it spread from Democratic Republic of Congo, which has been hit twice this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.
From January 2017 through February 2018, puppies sold at six pet store companies led to infections in 118 people in 18 states, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday.
I’ve never met a parent at ease with the fact that their children watch television. This includes many, many lovely, curious and conscientious parents who allow their equally lovely, curious and conscientious children an American Academy of Pediatrics-approved one to seven hours a week of television and video games.
For many people, the future inspires nightmare visions of a “robopocalypse,” a time when humans become subjugated by their own creations: robot overlords that possess superior physical and intellectual prowess.