This Artificial Retina Could Revolutionize The Way We Treat Sight Loss

ITALY, Mar 14: A damaged retina is often something many people have to live with for the rest of their lives, leaving them with...

FDA OKs new Novartis drug for type of advanced breast cancer

WASHINGTON, Mar 14: U.S. regulators have approved a new drug as an initial treatment for postmenopausal women with a type of advanced breast cancer. The...

New Mexico Teens Work For Tobacco-Free Schools

ISLAMABAD, Mar 14: tudents across New Mexico will be hosting events at nine high schools on Wednesday, March 15th as part of the national...

How to Limit Your Kid’s Screen Time

NEW YORK, Mar 14: Kids who spend too much time watching TV or playing video games could face an increased risk of type 2...

BRAIN ACTIVITY CAN CONTINUE AFTER DEATH

OTTAWA, Mar 13 There's a new evidence that brain may still work after we die How long does it take human brain to stop...

There’s new evidence that brain activity continues after death

LONDON, Mar 10: Death can be a tricky thing to define. When the heart stops, the body is declared dead, but this isn't always...

Bird flu cases revive fear of repeat of major 2015 outbreak

MINNEAPOLIS, Mar 10: The detection of a highly pathogenic strain of bird flu at a Tennessee chicken farm has poultry farmers stepping up security...

Smoking paradise Japan tries to kick the habit

TOKYO, Mar 10: Japan is moving to pass its strictest-ever smoking laws, but the country’s powerful tobacco lobby wants to stub out measures that...

Neanderthal microbes reveal surprises about what they ate — and whom they kissed

Neanderthal, Mar 9: If it’s true that “you are what you eat,” then there is perhaps no better way to understand someone than by...

Short men are more likely to go BALD claim genetic scientists after exhaustive study

LONDON, Mar 9: Keeping a thick head of hair into your twilight years could be more difficult if you're short. Researchers at the University of...