Study finds brains of adults under the influence of psychedelic drugs

The brains of adults under the influence of psychedelic drugs seem to act like those of infants and young children

TPOXX: The first drug to treat smallpox approved by FDA

The disease, Smallpox, is the first disease to eliminate from the world through public-health efforts and vaccination.

Australian study reveal Cinnamon oil would protect us against Superbugs

Day by day Antibiotic resistance keeps on raising concerns around the world. Every year, in the U.S.,

Obese people in UK underestimate their weight status

Researchers from University of East Anglia reveals, obese people in the UK underestimate their weight status and less likely to try to lose

16:8 Diet can reduce weight loss: Chicago study

A new study from University of Illinois at Chicago researchers uncover that daily fasting is an effective tool to reduce weight

A tuberculosis vaccine can treat type 1 diabetes: MGH clinical study

An MGH research team brings a new vaccine for treating type 1 diabetes.

First EyeMax Mono lens implant surgery performed for AMD disease

For the treatment of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), LEH Pharma Ltd, a U.K.

In Adolescents, Poor sleep associated with cardiovascular health

Sleep is essential for a healthy heart. Regardless of age and weight, people who don’t sleep enough are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease.

Negative social media experience connected to depression in youngers

In current life style, social media have turned out to be prominent parts of life for many young people.

CDC warns 8 North-Central states due to salmonella outbreak

The Federal Government alerts the residents of 8 North-central states, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio after people eating pre-cut melon that linked with salmonella bacteria.