This is a true story that happened in Thailand. Wen Lai is a 43-year-old peasant and construction worker who lives in Thailand. He has had several surgeries over the last three years. Each time, his condition becomes more severe than before,…
English ivy may have the answers to wound healing, stronger armor for the military, or even better cosmetics, and it all comes down to its natural glue.
A retired dentist in southern China named Chen Zhongwei succumbed to his injuries two days after he was stabbed 30 times by a former patient. His death, which came a few weeks after college student Wei Zexi passed away of cancer after spending…
Most Chinese people still remember clearly the public outcry over tainted milk in 2008, when more than 300,000 children fell ill, and six died after drinking milk tainted with melamine.
A syringe filled with an expandable, multi-sponge dressing may just be the answer to saving lives. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just approved the use of XSTAT 30 for paramedics and other first responders.
Researchers are finding more and more evidence that diabetes not only takes a toll on the body, but it also takes a toll on your brain.
Scientists have come up with a new way to ease your sore muscles. There will be no more getting out the hot water bottle, or reheating a heat pack every time it cools off.
At the TeenTech awards for 2015, a team of high school students from the U.K. have taken out the Future of Health category with the concept for a new style of condom. You may be thinking that is not a…
The man who has volunteered to be the world’s first head transplant has met with Dr. Sergio Canavero, the neurosurgeon who wants to carry out the dangerous operation.
There has been a recent discovery that may lead to a complete revision of biology textbooks.