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Zariah Donovan, three, from Utah, has spent most of her life at Nationwide Children's Hospital after she developed a serious lung disease that gave her a zero percent chance of survival.
Posted: 20-01-2019
A new report from the US Public Interest Research Group has found that meat and poultry recalls falling in Class I - meaning consumption could lead to death - increased by 83 percent.
Posted: 20-01-2019
A massive filing in the Massachusetts case against the Sackler family contains damning evidence that the family wanted to market the drug as a non-addictive substance outside the US.
Posted: 19-01-2019
Laurie Garrett, former senior fellow of global health at think-tank Council on Foreign Relations, said cases keep 'popping up unexpectedly out of thin air' due to the behaviour of locals.
Posted: 19-01-2019
Scientists from ETH Zurich and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, are developing a robot made of gel and nanoparticles that can be controlled outside the body.
Posted: 19-01-2019
When asked about the strange suggestion to use parsley, Dr Shazia Malik, a London-based obstetrician-gynaecologist, said there is 'no evidence of any benefit to a woman for doing this'.
Posted: 19-01-2019
Singer and songwriter, Chloe Temtchine, 35, of New York, is inspiring audiences with her sensational voice, and with her bravery after being told her heart condition meant she had little time to live.
Posted: 18-01-2019
State laws ban over-the-counter medicine from being sold in vending machines. Instead, Yale Health will provide emergency contraception for free without needing to speak to a clinician first.
Posted: 18-01-2019
Dr Meg Arroll, is a psychologist for wellbeing brand Healthspan and author of The Shrinkology Solution. Here she explores research-backed tips to keeping New Year’s resolutions.
Posted: 18-01-2019
Patients who have a medical marijuana prescription are choosing it over traditional pharmaceuticals, favoring its minimal side effects, a University of Michigan survey reveals.
Posted: 18-01-2019
Whether you use famed organization expert Marie Kondo's method or another, getting rid of clutter can promote better mental health, a University of Massachusetts psychologist explains.
Posted: 18-01-2019
The unnamed man, 36, from Sri Lanka, suffers from multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B, which alters bowel movements and causes 'tumour-like growths' on his tongue (pictured).
Posted: 18-01-2019
Victoria Komada, of Norwich, was born with tibial bilateral hemimelia, which caused the now three-year-old to have a missing shinbone in her right leg and a shortened one in her left limb.
Posted: 18-01-2019
Los Angeles-based firm Vaev admits to have no doctors on board to justify the concept, claiming it is just 'a wellness brand'. The tissues are currently out of stock on its website.
Posted: 18-01-2019
Junior doctors in England have worked beyond their contracted terms and conditions more than 63,000, an average of 2.1 times per doctor, according to an investigation.
Posted: 18-01-2019
Kerry Hayes, 49, from Anacortes, Washington, received a heart from a donor that was infected with the liver disease hepatitis C. After going on eight-week antiviral regimen, he was cured.
Posted: 18-01-2019
The YO Home Sperm Test Kit, costing £46.95, uses a clip-on microscope to film a man's sperm sample and compare its concentration and motility to data from a study of fathers around the world.
Posted: 18-01-2019
Jennie Kermode, 45, from Paisley, said she can last up to two weeks without tacrolimus before her kidneys will fail. The Royal Pharmaceutical Society said it has never seen the situation so bad.
Posted: 18-01-2019
Experts from Dalhousie University in Canada now believe frailty could reduce people's tolerance to brain changes, so that they are more likely to become forgetful.
Posted: 18-01-2019
A study by Stanford University found blocking the activity of cells in the region of the brain known as the amygdala in mice stopped them interpreting pain signals.
Posted: 18-01-2019