British Scientists Discover Cancer-Killing Immune Cell by Accident

Jan 27, 2020
[ad_1] British scientists have discovered, by accident, a new type of immune cell that kills most cancers.  While analyzing blood from a Wale

Does Texas Student Who Visited China Have Wuhan Virus?

Jan 24, 2020
[ad_1] A university student being treated for a respiratory illness in Texas after traveling to Wuhan, China, is being tested for the newly d

UPDATE 4-China Says 17 New Cases in Virus Outbreak, Wuhan to Restrict Large Gatherings

Jan 21, 2020
[ad_1] China said on Sunday that 17 more people had become infected with a new coronavirus strain, fanning fears it will spread further as hu

Sepsis Kills Double Number of People Than Previously Known

Jan 18, 2020
[ad_1] Sepsis kills more than twice as many people worldwide as once believed, and children in poor regions account for an excessive number o

Anxiety Not a Life Sentence

Jan 15, 2020
[ad_1] A diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder need not be a life sentence, a large Canadian study suggests. “It’s so excitin

CDC: Fewer US Women Giving Birth

Jan 12, 2020
[ad_1] Fewer U.S. women are giving birth, a trend with ominous implications for the future, according to new data. America’s total fertility

Suicide Rates Fall as Minimum Wage Rises

Jan 9, 2020
[ad_1] Minimum wage laws can be a literal lifesaver for people who are struggling to get by, a new study suggests. The suicide rate declines

Loss of Sleep Can Make You Eat More

Jan 6, 2020
[ad_1] If you need yet another health reason to get enough sleep, here’s one that may wake you up: Science shows that a loss of sleep c

Report: Median Drug Price Hikes That Began on Jan. 1 About 5 Percent

Jan 3, 2020
[ad_1] Drugmakers’ price hikes in the U.S. on more than 250 drugs went into effect on the first day of the new year — and though nearly

Study: FDA Did Not Verify If Opioid-Curbing Effort Worked

Dec 31, 2019
[ad_1] The FDA failed to verify whether a program designed to help control the opioid crisis actually worked because of poor oversight, accor