More than two decades in the making, there is now officially some new hope for treating symptoms of sickle cell disease (or sickle cell anaemia). The FDA has approved a newly developed medication to alleviate symptoms of the disease.
Woman wins lawsuit claiming that she developed ovarian cancer through the use of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder.
After four years, this treatment for peanut allergy still remains successful, setting a realistic target for all food allergies.
Our latest news piece on the Teva dilemma covers what exactly the company has gone through as we explain and unpack their loss and plan forward...
HIV is a chronic condition that does not have a cure and has developed into a worldwide epidemic, but new research suggests the possibility of a vaccine...
An estimated 1 in 10 new infants did not receive any vaccinations during 2016. That’s roughly 12.9 million children worldwide. The global vaccination coverage target (full course of vaccinations) stands at (at least) 90% each year. In 2016, this dropped to 86%, and is raising red flags for the re-emergence of deadly diseases.
Coffee is the miracle drink that helps a number of us to function throughout our days, but what if there was more to these magic beans than we know?