Nearly 27,000 Canadian seniors were hospitalized from an adverse drug reaction in 2010-2011 says a new report.
A first-in-Canada virtual 3-D lung navigation system will enhance diagnosis, staging, and care for lung cancer patients in BC.
Study shows that a considerable number of published studies on breast cancer clinical trials are biased.
Giant pandas have been found to produce a powerful antibiotic in their blood that rapidly kills pathogens. The discovery has potential applications for the treatment of [...]
Recent U.S. research has shown that neurotic people who are also conscientious have very low levels of Interleukin 6 (IL-6), an indicator of chronic disease and inflammation.
During National Arthritis Week, UK heath professionals will be trying to dispel some common misconceptions about arthritis.
A new handheld treatment promises hope for migraine sufferers, according to research presented at a headache conference in London last week.
In medicine, all too often the answers from experts are found years later to be wrong.
Only certain back injury patients go on to develop chronic pain due to early changes in the brain related to emotional and motivational behavior.
Antidepressant drugs may be no better than placebo.