Neurofeedback, a brain training technique which helps people control activity in a specific part of the brain could help treat depression, a study suggests.
Doctors at University College Hospital in London have carried out the first experimental treatment of prostate cancer using high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU).
An investigation by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) of cases of hepatitis A from July to December last year revealed the total of seven cases in which sun dried tomatoes were implicated.
Fasting combined with chemotherapy can slow growth, spread of tumors and cured some cancers according to a study.
Concern is prevalent over drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis bacilli (TB) growing and now noted thriving in India with similar ‘incurable’ TB emerging in Italy and Iran.
Hot flushes affect more than 75 percent of women going through the menopausal stage and it could be caused by abnormalities in the function of blood vessels, according to a research.
Norovirus cases since July are up almost 20 percent on the same period last year, the figures released by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) show.
Microcurrent therapy or MCT refers to home use gadgets that manufacturers claim can relieve countless conditions.
American doctor, Gregg Homer is doing clinical trials to initiate a laser treatment that changes patients’ eye color.
Lupus is a critically serious disease that makes the immune system attack the body’s own tissue and organs.