The virus, called myxoma, commonly found in wild rabbits in Australia and parts of Europe, has been enhanced with a combination to the drug rapamycin to effectively fight brain tumour-initiating cells.
A new study shows that speaking aloud in the presence of another person can improve one’s ability to retain and recall information in memory.
Researchers reveal that an anti smoking drug is nearly twice more effective in helping women to quit cigarettes than men.
A new way to fight cancer with fewer side effects and attacks directly the cancer cells was discovered by a biochemist who has been hunting hedgehogs.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2015 was awarded to three scientists who worked on the process of how cells repair and monitor DNA, which could lead to development of more effective cancer treatments.
High blood pressure has been added to the growing list of health risks to teens caused by heavy Internet use.
Researchers warn that the youngest children in class have higher chances of taking their own lives than their peers.
A new study claims that nearly one in three cancers diagnosed in Australia can be prevented if people simply conduct lifestyle changes.
In what is touted as a victory for public health and medical research, the Australian top court rules that cancer gene cannot be patented by any company.
In an irony, Dutch man who has sired more than 100 children as sperm donor has no wife and kids of his own yet at 46.