Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Communist Party won a surprise victory against Russian President Vladimir Putin's ruling party in a mayoral race in Russia's third largest city of Novosibirsk, election officials said on Monday.
Chances are you've heard of mapping genes to diagnose rare diseases, predict your risk of cancer and tell your ancestry. But to uncover food poisonings?
Monday, April 7, 2014
Authorities launched a massive polio vaccination campaign on Sunday in Iraq, Syria and Egypt after health officials found a suspected case of the virus in a young boy near Baghdad.
No smoking, no perfume, no mobile phone use — the list of rules at a newly opened apartment building on the outskirts of Zurich is long.
Kathleen Wiederman is not staunchly against vaccines. She simply believes it is better for her child to naturally battle an illness than to be vaccinated against it.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, which is part of the metabolic syndrome, is quietly on the rise among the adult population
Saturday, April 5, 2014
It was with a heavy heart, and some panic, that Britons digested new advice this week that their struggle to eat enough fruit and vegetables had just got harder.
The number of calls to U.S. poison control centers about accidents with bottles of liquid nicotine for refilling e-cigarettes — many involving children — has spiked in recent years, health authorities said Thursday.
Being slimmer could be as simple as waking up early for some morning sunshine, U.S. researchers suggested on Wednesday.
U.S. regulators on Thursday approved a handheld injector device that average people could use in an emergency to revive a person suspected of overdosing on prescription painkillers.