A “functional cure” to HIV may have been discovered by a team of researchers at Hong Kong University’s AIDS Institute.
The Sheba Medical Center in Israel is celebrating its 70th anniversary and it takes pride in being an oasis of peace in a region filled with violence and turbulence.
Zurich University of Applied Sciences’ researchers have created a new screening device that uses 3D bioprinting that can produce images of muscle and tendon-like tissues.
Medscape conducted a survey for 2018 that focused on sexual harassment that included 3,700 physicians and 440 residents to analyze how does it affect them.
Sanofi, the French pharmaceutical giant is confident that its reinstated itself in the global cancer drug market with the development of its immunotherapy drugs. It is also looking to get involved in the new area of molecular oncology.
The chief of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned on Tuesday that victory should not be declared too early against the Ebola epidemic which is currently affecting the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Smokers and diabetics are probably more likely to have calcification in the part of their brain that is vital for memory, a Dutch study has found. Interestingly, the deposits were not connected with lower cognitive function.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared that malaria has been eradicated in Paraguay. The last country in the Americas to receive this status was Cuba back in 1973. The agency back in 2016 included Paraguay on its list of 21 countries with the potential to eliminate malaria by 2020.
Together, these 21 countries represent what is called the “E-2020” initiative. Other South and Central American countries included on the list are Costa Rica, Mexico and Ecuador.
The removal of a child’s tonsils and adenoids may lead to serious long-term risks in respiratory, allergic and infectious diseases according to a new study.
Danish researchers studied the medical records of almost 1,190,000 children in Denmark between 1979 and 1999 for up to the first 30 years of life.
Diabetes is a chronic condition in which blood sugar, levels are too high. The two types of diabetes are referred to as type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes is a condition where the body cannot produce insulin while with type 2 diabetes, the body does not use insulin properly. Based on study, it appears that type 2 diabetes has 4 specific subtypes.