The system of drug approvals that ensures new medications get placed on the market as quickly as possible may be compromising people’s safety, it has been suggested.
A therapy based on traditional Buddhist meditation may be more effective than conventional drugs for treating depression, a new study suggests.
Barack Obama won the November presidential election with questions still lingering for many about whether his tax proposals would actually benefit the average American – particularly as the economy sinks into a recession.
There’s no doubt that obesity is an American health epidemic that is connected to a rise in diabetes, heart disease and other serious conditions.
Every 53 seconds a laptop is stolen, according to technology research and advisory firm Gartner, while up to 12,000 laptops are lost in U.S. airports each week.
The price of gold could rise as high as $2,000 per ounce in 2009.
A blood clot that lodges in your arteries and blocks your oxygen to the heart is a heart attack; one that lodges in your arteries and blocks your oxygen to the brain is a stroke. If you’re past the age of 35, your blood has started to thicken and your doctor may want to use a blood thinner to prevent against a heart attack or stroke. But there are dangerous side effects, so what do you do? Read on to find out about the safe and natural alternative…
Drug trials submitted to the Food and Drug Administration may differ from the versions that are published, suggesting that healthcare professionals may be reading biased data, new research has found.
Traces of the toxic chemical melamine have been discovered in samples of U.S. baby formula, the Food and Drug Administration has admitted.
The majority of Americans believe that automakers do not deserve to receive government funds, according to the results of a new survey.