Choosing Wisely, an initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine, released today 26 lists of things physicians and patients should question, compiled by societies in [...]
Drops of liquid can float in midair with the help of sound waves, and U.S. scientists are putting this “containerless processing” technology to good use.
Evidence that stone-age dentists were at work nearly seven millennia ago has been discovered in Eastern Europe.
Homeopaths worry the anti-homeopathy lobby may use a safety and prescription of medicines review in July to restrict practice.
Superbugs may become a thing of the past thanks to an antimicrobial solution designed to attract and kill bacteria.
Health professionals from all disciplines have collaborated to launch a campaign to stem the tide of Britain’s “single greatest public health threat,” an obesity epidemic.
New clues to the origins of antibiotic resistance have been found deep underground inside Lechugilla Cave in New Mexico by North American researchers.
Research finds that people who eat chocolate more often have a lower body mass index, despite consuming more calories.
At least 45 tests and procedures routinely performed on patients across a range of fields are often unnecessary and may in fact be harmful, a group of leading medical [...]
Researchers can now develop intelligent materials made of proteins for use in medical treatments.