In ongoing global research for combating cancer, new theories constantly surface to fuel newer dimensions of treatment and therapy. Perhaps none has generated as much hope as the latest theory of using nanoparticles to create new-age...
In ongoing global research for combating cancer, new theories...
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has gone, hat in hand, to health industry officials, asking them to make large financial donations to help with the effort to implement President Obama’s landmark healthcare...
Regularly eating peppers may lower the risk of Parkinson's disease, a new study suggests. The researchers said the benefit may be due to a substance in the vegetable that we've been advised to avoid: nicotine. People in the study who ate peppers two times per week were 30...
U.S. researchers say they are cautiously optimistic the slowdown in healthcare spending is here to stay. Professor Michael Chernew, medical student Alexander Ryu, lecturer Teresa B. Gibson and research associate M. Richard McKellar, all of the Harvard Medical School in Boston,...
If the FDA gets its way, tanning beds may soon feature labels warning young people to steer clear of the machines and their jolts of UV radiation.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins have identified a gene that, when repressed in tumor cells, puts a halt to cell growth and a range of processes needed for tumors to enlarge and spread to distant sites. The researchers hope that this so-called "master regulator" gene may be...
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