New cancer vaccine against melanoma tested by scientists

An experimental cancer vaccine that can up our immune system's ability to fight cancers could work in pair with other cancer therapies to combat...

Growth in early years of life affects respiratory health of children

Children's growth in the first three years of their lives has a significant impact on the development of their lungs and the risk of...

Good governance, clean water, and sanitation for fighting global antibiotic resistance

An international team of researchers from Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy, Australian National University and Cardiff University and the Monarch Institute published...

Caffeine consumption might extend the life expectancy for kidney disease patients

A new study published recently in the journal Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation suggests that consuming more caffeine might help reduce the risk of death for...

A new insight on rotavirus mechanics could improve treatments

Researchers have now provided a new insight on the mechanics of a virus that causes severe diarrhea and sickness in young children, reports a...

New drug treatment for Tuberculosis

Scientists from the University of Manchester developed the first non-antibiotic drug that can successfully treat tuberculosis in animals. The research team is hopeful that...

New device can improve the diagnosis of dizziness

Nearly half of people who are over 65 experience dizziness and problems with balance. But the tests that are conducted to pinpoint the causes of...

New blood pressure app developed by Michigan State University

Researchers from the Michigan State University have developed a proof-of-concept blood pressure app that can provide its users with accurate readings- only by using...

New strategy may aide early detection of Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers have had a lot of difficulties in finding an effective way to identify people with mild cognitive impairment who are at a high...

8,000 new antibiotic combinations are surprisingly effective: UCLA biologists

Scientists have always believed that if they combined more than two drugs to resist harmful bacteria would only yield diminishing returns. The prevailing theory...