Ex-NFL player suffering from memory loss writes 'love letter' to familyPosted on Sunday August 28, 2016
Former NFL tight end Ben Utecht caught one pass from superstar quarterback Peyton Manning the night of Feb. 4, 2007, helping the Indianapolis Colts win Super Bowl XLI.
Smallpox Could Return Years After EradicationPosted on Sunday August 28, 2016
The recent passing of D.A. Henderson reminds us of how bad smallpox was. Here's how global warming could bring smallpox back in full force.
Glaxo Bets It Can Shake Up HIV TreatmentPosted on Sunday August 28, 2016
GlaxoSmithKline is pinning the future of its HIV business on an audacious bet: upending the decades-old triple-drug treatment strategy that has turned a fatal illness
Health Insurers' Pullback Threatens to Create Monopoly ZonesPosted on Sunday August 28, 2016
Nearly a third of U.S. counties look likely to have just a single insurer offering health plans on the ACA's exchanges next year, according to a new analysis, an
Heart failure among the aged may triple by 2060Posted on Sunday August 28, 2016
London, Aug 28 : Heart failure among people who are aged above 60 is set to triple by 2060, a new study has found.
Tom Brady Gets Cut: How Can Others Avoid The Same Fate?Posted on Sunday August 28, 2016
How often does this happen and what happens next?
New tax needed to fund NHS and care, says ex-ministerPosted on Sunday August 28, 2016
A new tax is needed to ensure the UK has a properly funded health and social care system, doctor and former minister Dan Poulter says.
Now an app to detect strokePosted on Sunday August 28, 2016
London, Aug 28 : Atrial fibrillation -- a common type of abnormal heart rhythm which leads to a stroke -- can now be easily detected with your smartphone using a
Learn how much exercise you need to prevent deathPosted on Sunday August 28, 2016
London, Aug 28 : Norwegian researchers have developed a novel activity tracker that uses heart rate data to customise the amount of exercise one needs to reduce the risk
Singapore Reports 41 Local Zika CasesPosted on Sunday August 28, 2016
The Ministry of Health said the patients weren't known to have traveled to Zika-affected areas recently and thus are likely to have been infected in Singapore.