A month after receiving the nod of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Boehringer Ingelheim’s Praxbind was approved by the European Union to reverse the anticoagulant effects of Pradaxa.
Food odours, particularly from chocolates, can activate a brain region that is associated with impulse and the development of obsessive-compulsive disorder in obese children.
Using chemical content in fingerprints, the gender of a culprit can easily be identified, bringing crime scene investigation to a new level.
A new study reveals that limiting the amount of time spent on sitting may be as important as the amount of exercise being done, especially for heart disease patients.
Variations indicate that people with the same health conditions, concerns or problems may not be receiving the same care as others, elsewhere, with the same problems.
With the federal government shake-up of the mental health system, the access to the mental health services is expected to improve over the next few years.
A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association shows that air pollution increases risk of heart disease in women with diabetes.
Jacked 3d, superfoods, and diet pills are again under fire for false claims about their product. We talk to Libby Babbet from Chief Nutrition for her opinion.
The dream of insulin-dependent diabetics to be liberated from daily injection may soon happen.
Lack of information about Truvada causes more people to acquire HIV which could have been prevented by the drug.