The effects of tear gas are not just short term and could be experienced for up to two weeks after the event, according to a new study.
A baby has a greater risk of asthma if his or her father smoked prior to conception.
The temperature of exhaled breath could be used to diagnose lung cancer, according to a new study.
Sleeping on animal fur in the first three months of life might reduce the risk of asthma in later childhood a new study has found.
Flour has been identified as the main cause of occupational asthma in France, closely followed by cleaning products.
Patients with COPD would like healthcare professionals to discuss palliative care needs in more detail, according to a new study.
The United States is in danger of losing its biomedical edge to countries that are aggressively funding research into personalized medicine.
What could we possibly learn from massaging rat pups? The answer is, a lot. Just ask the millions of families whose prematurely born infants have survived and thrived on account of that research.
Home telemonitoring is equally effective in ICD and CRT-D patients, a subanalysis of the IN-TIME trial has shown. The findings were presented for the first time today at the Heart Failure Congress 2014, held 17-20 May in ...
The development of graphene—a highly advanced metamaterial with many unique and varied properties—may lead to exciting new applications in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases, according to a report in ...
An analysis of research on peer review finds that studies aimed at improving methods of peer review and reporting of biomedical research are underrepresented and lack dedicated funding, according to a study in the March 12 ...
Sen. Ron Johnson is suing to stop the government from paying most of the medical insurance premiums for members of Congress and their aides now required to obtain coverage through the new health care law's state exchanges.
A lawmaker says abortion is covered in 90 percent of the insurance plans being offered to members of Congress and their staff under President Barack Obama's health care law.
The federal government's new health care program got off to such a slow start that only six people successfully enrolled on its website the first day and only a few hundred had done so by the second day, documents released ...
A new paper by an Indiana University professor sheds new light on the U.S. Supreme Court's rejection of legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act, which many critics said threatens state sovereignty and individual liberties.