Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine found adverse side effects from prescribed antibiotics occurred in one-fifth of adult hospitalized patients.
20 percent hospitalized adults  have side effects from antibiotics
Sleep can be difficult to get enough of, particularly if you suffer from insomnia.
The real reason for insomnia
A genetically engineered fungus, designed to produce toxins from spiders and scorpions, could effectively kill malaria-carrying mosquitoes, according to a new study.
Scientists kill malaria-carrying mosquitoes with genetically engineered fungi
Researchers from Stanford University in the US have found coronary artery disease is linked to a higher risk of shingles due to defective immune cells muting the body's immune response.
Rogue immune cells increase shingles risk among heart patients
Children born to mothers who experienced fever, especially multiple fevers, during the second trimester of pregnancy are at increased risk for developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a new study suggested.
Prenatal fever linked to autism risk
A study by the University of Southern California (USC) found elevated levels of amyloid plaque in the brain are the first signs in the earliest stage of Alzheimer's.
Possible earliest stage of Alzheimer's disease identifies
An experimental extended-release version of the drug amantadine can reduce the duration of the involuntary dancing-like movements seen in people whose long-term use of levodopa has kept their Parkinson’s disease under control.
Drug reduces dyskinesia, 'off' times in Parkinson's patients
Researchers found pyrimethamine, a drug to treat malaria, safely and effectively lowers levels of a biomarker linked to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
Drug found to lower levels of biomarker linked to ALS
When you live in a city, space is at a premium. Those of us who don’t have gardens, patios or even balconettes are forced to grow flowers in window boxes, decamp to the park to sunbathe and turn our lounges into laundry rooms.
Why drying wet laundry inside could damage health
In a sign that the obesity epidemic has become more than just an American problem, a new study shows that two billion of the world's population is obese or overweight.
More than 2b people worldwide overweight, obese

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