The best hopes for turning the corner on the global pandemic of HIV and AIDS, according to a new analysis, is the development and widespread use of a vaccine that's even partially effective against HIV, along with more progress toward diagnosis and treatment.
Non-invasive magnet therapy is being trialled by Australian researchers to slow the development of Alzheimer's disease.
From March 3 to 9, there were 26 cases of H7N9 infections, including three deaths, reported on the Chinese mainland, according to health authorities Friday.
Researchers have developed an experimental oral delivery system that may one day allow patients to self-administer vaccines without using needles, according to a proof-of-concept study released Wednesday.
A new study suggests that fructose, a sugar found in honey, fruits and vegetables, makes a type of molecular treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy more effective.
NATO has developed a multinational telemedicine system to provide medical services in emergencies, the security organization said Friday.
Most off-label use of antidepressants is not backed by evidence that the drugs will work as intended, scientists said Wednesday.
Chinese scientists made a major breakthrough in repairing lungs with stem cells, according to a report by Reuters. The groundbreaking research was done by a team at the Center for Stem Cell Engineering Translational Medicine at Shanghai East Hospital, a hospital affiliated with Tongji University.
Bangladeshi doctors on Tuesday conducted surgery to remove bark-like growths from the skin of a young girl believed to be the first female to suffer from a condition known as "tree man syndrome."
The central government has issued a guideline to boost development and management of vaccines.