Researchers in Thailand found that injuries sustained from falls in the elderly are linked to significant adverse events within six months of the original fall.
Falls lead to declines in seniors
Sending an electrical current directly into spinal nerves does no more than strength and mobility exercises for low back pain, a new study found.
Electrical pulse ineffective against low back pain
British researchers said that they had identified a possible new target for the development of novel drugs against mosquito-borne malaria.
Scientists identify new target for malaria treatment
Headaches when they become moderate to severe often indicate a migraine, a common health condition.
Tips for avoiding migraine triggers
A novel, synthetic, DNA-based strategy to provide protection against a broad array of influenza viruses has been developed in preclinical models by scientists at The Wistar Institute, MedImmune (the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca) and Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
New DNA-based strategy shows promise  against a range of influenza viruses
Warnings on sunscreen bottles telling people to avoid applying lotion near their eyes are putting sunbathers at an heightened risk of cancer, new research reveals.
Expert warning: Put sunscreen on your eyelids to avoid cancer
A study by the University of Texas Southwestern found a combination therapy of two immunotherapy drugs doubles the response in kidney cancer patients.
Combo immunotherapy may change treatment for kidney cancer
Chocolate lovers over the world, rejoice!
Chocolate improves brain function
The World Health Organization has warned of the spread of totally untreatable strains of gonorrhea after discovering at least three people with the superbug.
WHO: Untreatable gonorrhea 'superbug' spreading around world
Esophageal cancer starts in esophagus, also known as the gullet. While it doesn’t cause symptoms at first, the disease can cause, among others, difficulty swallowing.
Signs you could have gullet cancer

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