A doctor at Fooyin University Hospital in Taiwan was shocked when a woman — identified by surname He — was found to have bees inside her eye.
Researchers found a new gene mutation that could help researchers develop new painkillers.
Another HIV-patient is in sustained remission of the AIDS virus following a bone marrow transplant he received from a donor with a rare genetic disorder, his doctors revealed recently.
China’s drug watchdog has clarified Feb.6 the over 12,000 bottles of blood plasma treatments suspected to be contaminated with HIV are cleared of the virus.
Forty-eight-year-old Sean Marsden fractured his penis and tore his urethra when he slipped during sex with girlfriend.
New research by Consumer Reports shared that within the 45 different juice drinks they tested, they found heavy levels of lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic.
According to a study published Jan. 28, 131 genes linked to resistance to antibiotics were discovered by a group of scientists in a remote region of the High Arctic.
Dr. William Schaffner — Vanderbilt University’s chair of preventative medicine — told ABC News whiskey mixed into a hot beverage with lemon and honey could give some temporary relief to cold and flu sufferers.
The names, phone numbers, addresses and other private information of 5,400 HIV-positive Singaporeans and 8,800 HIV-positive foreigners were uploaded online.
A group of scientists in the U.S. may have found a solution to unwanted pregnancies with a new easy to administer contraceptive known as the microneedle patch.