Glyphosate has taken center stage recently in terms of discussions regarding public health and safety.
Fewer people are addicted to tobacco in the UK than ever.
So far, the test has been shown to work in mice
The resurgence of a preventable disease.
What do you think doctors should do in this situation?
According to the research, the vaccine was “well-tolerated without any overt toxicity”.
Having a preventable disease take such a large toll is unacceptable.
study proved that one way to treat cancer is by exploiting one of its loopholes to convert cancerous cells into harmless fat, stopping it from growing and "healing" the body...
Although labeling is not required by law, sesame causes allergies in more than one million children and adults in the United States, researchers discovered -- a figure much higher than...
It's twice more common than previous CDC estimates.
Too clean is not necessarily a good thing.
Something did seem to happen -- but let's not get carried away.
"We now have a pathogen whose molecular history we can follow for thousands of years," says paper co-author McCormick. "The jury's out, evidence is accumulating, and we're all going to...
It's still early days, but the results are exciting.
Low humidity might be what's causing flu outbreaks during the winter.
This could deal a huge blow to HIV.
The moral of the story, kids, is get vaccinated.