The UK government has launched a pilot project to analyse the blood samples of UK stroke patients who experience side effects to understand the roles of genetic influence in stroke prevention medicines.
A new survey found that almost half of new parents have got into debt over childcare expenses and 25 per cent of mothers on maternity leave are skipping meals to cut costs.
Women also raised concerns regarding potential links between using the pill and increased risks of developing breast and cervical cancer.
Various forms of cancer continue to claim millions of lives globally every year.
PCOS, a chronic hormonal endocrine disorder affecting about 116 million women globally, has long been associated with a myriad of health complications and now is linked to cognitive decline in middle age.
Cancer remains one of the most formidable health challenges worldwide.
The woman fell ill on November 30 and passed away on December 16.
Researchers at the Toronto General Hospital analysed CT scan reports with the help of the generative AI tool ChatGPT-4 to find out if they can be used for the initial screening of images.
Cameroon, a country in Central Africa with a high malaria burden, has been chosen as the starting point for the vaccine rollout.
UNFPA responded to the situation of menstruating females in Gaza and spoke to International Business Times UK about what they are doing to tackle the period of poverty.
Health Secretary Victoria Atkins expressed disappointment at the rejection of what she deemed was a "fair and reasonable" offer.
Harvard Cancer Institute Takes Action: Retracts Six Studies and Corrects 31 Others Amid Photoshop Accusations
The studies in question, conducted by researchers affiliated with the Harvard Cancer Institute, cover a range of topics from cancer genetics to treatment efficacy.
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Announces Plans To Ban Disposable Vapes To Reduce Smoking Amongst Children
The prime minister is also expected to crack down on marketing laws, restricting vape flavours and limiting coloured packaging intended to appeal to children.
The researchers said they discovered important differences in certain brain structures called white matter tracts in people with ADHD.
A 52-year-old man, who went viral for his smoking habits two years ago, gained more attention after he was disqualified from the 2024 Xiamen Marathon.
In under two years, the UK saw the removal of its measles-free status with the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) declaring it a national incident.
With blocks on humanitarian aid deliveries, women and girls in Gaza are witnessing the most severe cases of period poverty.
A team of researchers have named almost 1000 chemicals, found in food and beauty products, that increase the risk of breast cancer.
The study, led by Dr Trey Ideker, a professor in the Department of Medicine at UC San Diego School of Medicine, showcases the potential of artificial intelligence in unravelling the complexities of cancer drug responses.
Generative artificial intelligence could transform healthcare through things like drug development and quicker diagnoses, but the World Health Organization warned Thursday of the potential pitfalls in rushing to embrace AI.
A new biological threat-tackling partnership has been formed between the UK and the US building on the Atlantic Declaration signed last year to strengthen biosecurity surveillance like disease outbreaks.
The high concentration of arsenic levels has been attributed to seasonal flooding and rising sea levels.
Local UK authorities are unable to place UK children with complex needs to children's homes due to the improper grouping of children which doesn't serve their needs, according to an Ofsted report.
The WHO suggests that prolonged exposure to sound levels exceeding 85 decibels can result in hearing impairment.