A drug used to control seizures may be a potent weapon against depression in patients who don’t find relief with antidepressants, a small pilot study
Holly Slater was a fit and healthy 28-year-old nursery worker who died from bowel cancer after doctors mistakenly diagnosed her with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Medical innovations are popping up left, right and centre in our modern era of technology. Research is being done to cure cancer and other deadly
Has stroke hit your family particularly hard? A healthy lifestyle may be your best defense, new research shows. The study of more than 306 000
Most people are aware that there are some risks when it comes to getting breast implants – like scarring and infection, to name a few.
People with disabling back pain may one day receive replacement spinal discs grown from their own stem cells, researchers say. Preliminary results in goats are
Over the past weekend, the inaugural ASAIPA National Medical Awards 2018 recognised five medical professionals for their use of cloud-based digital solutions to improve patient and practice
For many women, a mastectomy remains the best chance at living their best life cancer-free. It doesn’t make the experience any less harrowing. Breast cancers tend
The risk of death from dangerously low blood sugar is much higher among seniors who have both diabetes and dementia than those with diabetes alone, a new
It feels like you should be handed an award when you decide to step up your running game (hello, you just dominated 10 whole kays!).