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A number of studies now suggest that patients suffering from lupus may be at a significantly greater risk of developing dementia as compared to individuals without the chronic autoimmune disease.

Humoral medicine has been deemed irrelevant especially among modern medicine practitioners as they lack truly effective treatment and are not evidence based. Even so, not everything from that day and age is inappropriate.

Staggering healthcare costs can drastically shrink access to potentially life-saving procedures. In this article, we investigate the necessity of robots, face masks and caps in the operating theatre.

A number of recent studies have involved transplanting human brain organoids into rats – an action that has since garnered debates concerning ethical issues related to such experimentation.

The World Medical Association (WMA) has recently approved a newly revised version of the Hippocratic Oath, at the 68th World Medical Association General Assembly, in October 2017—after a decade of stagnancy.

A boy with a disease commonly referred to as butterfly children, an incurable disease escaped death with the gift of a new skin, while scientists continue to find cure.

A new study shows that certain levels of antibodies can be lethal to second dengue infections due to antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE).

The time of day of surgery may have long-term impacts on the health of patients. Looking at how the circadian rhythm affects the outcomes of surgery, researchers are claiming that patients who undergo major heart surgery in the afternoon have better outcomes compared to other times of the day.

ADHD is no longer just a condition for children, new study reveals findings that indicate adult may develop what is called adult onset-ADHD, which bares a different symptom than classic ADHD.

Since 50 years ago, the length of medical education and training has been pre-determined. However, should medical students entering the industry be judged based on the time spent on their studies – rather than their competency?

Medical schools in the United States are taking a stand to fight the opioid crisis by making changes to their institutions.
Convenient, yet controversial: First FDA-approved digital pill raises public concerns

With the latest announcement by the FDA, signalling green light for a digital pill—first of its kind—this marks a significant advance, as far as digital devices and healthcare industry go. Nonetheless, the ‘self-tracking sensor-embedded’ pill seems to be garnering concerns, from various groups, pertaining several issues.