Stroke rehabilitation: New wearable electronic device to work wonders

A new stretchable bandage-like electronic sensor, designed to be worn...

Father’s genes may raise ovarian cancer risk

US scientists believe they have identified a new gene mutation...

Health ministry fails to execute need-based resource allocation

The Ministry of Health did not implement need-based resource allocation...

‘Postpartum depression can impact kids’ behaviour’

Women whose postpartum depression lasts for several months are at...

Family history increases breast cancer risk

Women are more likely to develop breast cancer when a...

‘Shock therapy may ease anxiety, depression’

People with anxiety and depression might feel a little better...

Researchers develop biobank for virtual cancer tissues

Australian researchers said that they have developed the first virtual...

‘Polyploid cells can protect liver against cancer’

Polyploid cells in the liver can protect the liver against...

Migraine patients at high risk of cardiovascular disease

People with a history of migraines may be more likely...

Rules soon to reduce risky radiation limit

Exposure to radiation from electromagnetic fields, especially of mobile-phone tower,...

Scientists grow first human eggs in laboratory

Human eggs have been grown in the laboratory for the...

Painkillers may numb emotions: Researchers

Painkillers not only can relieve one's physical symptoms, but may...

‘Asparagus may influence cancer spread’

There is mounting evidence the food on a person’s plate...

Alabama sues OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over opioid epidemic

Alabama on Tuesday became the latest state to file a...

UN calls for end to female genital mutilation

The United Nations secretary-general has called for ending all forms...

‘High blood pressure remains unnoticed in new mothers’

Women with severe pre-eclampsia should have their blood pressure closely...

Global cancer survival rate grows: Study

Cancer patients’ survival prospects are improving, even for some of the deadliest types such as lung cancer, but there are huge disparities between countries, particularly for children, according to a study published on Wednesday. In the most up-to-date study of cancer survival trends - between 2010 and 2014 - covering...