A team of scientists from the University of Oxford announced Ibuprofen and Diclofenac, commonly referred to as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, appear to increase the chances of heart attack.
After the patient complained of headaches, impaired vision, and some sort of discharge leaking from his right nostril, doctors performed a CT scan and discovered the four inch stub of a No. 2 pencil.
Seniors are living longer than prior generations, but, plagued with growing rates of obesity, diabetes and other chronic diseases, are ushering in an all-out health care crisis.
A newborn baby boy was found lodged in a sewer pipe below a toilet commode in a residential building in Jinhua City, Zhejiang province in China on Saturday evening.
New research has revealed that since medical marijuana was legalized in Colorado about three-and-a-half years ago, more than a dozen young children have been unintentionally poisoned by the drug.
The recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been challenging for United States military personnel, and especially so for the families of those individuals in the armed forces who have faced long-term, and multiple overseas deployments of their loved ones.
Recent analysis suggests their behavior, cognition/school performance, brain structure/function and physiological outcomes were affected minimally by of their mothers' drug use.
The Food and Drug Administration has once again sounded a recall for the steroid methylprednisolone acetate, the very same anti-inflammatory medication which hosted last year's fatal fungal meningitis outbreak.
The nationwide survey of 67,500 Americans ages 12 and older revealed teens who believe their parents would strongly disapprove of them using substances were far less likely to try them than their peers were.
The nonprofit consumer advocacy group tested 12 popular sunscreens and found some products don't meet claims made on the bottles and that paying more for sunscreen doesn't mean consumers are getting better product.
The team's research, published online in the Journal of Neuroscience, found a notable decrease of Alzheimer's-related symptoms, as well as improvements in memory.
The Alabama Department of Public Health announced that the mysterious respiratory illness found in seven individuals is a combination of multiple viruses.
The veterinary hospital staff took several X-rays and conducted an ultrasound before an internal medicine specialist peered down the feline's throat with a camera and saw a giant hairball.
During those almost daily occurrences, the baby would stop breathing, his face would turn blue and his heart would sometimes stop. Doctors said the condition would eventually prove fatal.
"We wanted to know what variables influence the microbial ecosystems in our homes, and the biggest difference we've found so far is whether you own a dog," said Dr. Rob Dunn, co-author of the new study.