The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Friday it will no longer allow imports of drug ingredients or medicines made with ingredients produced by China's Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals, after a recall of one of its drugs that contained a probable carcinogen.
Lower back pain is common, but doing strengthening exercises can relieve symptoms. Here, learn how to perform a range of exercises and stretches for the lower back.
New research supports the idea that physical activity delays cognitive decline and other changes in the rare early-onset form of Alzheimer's disease.
(Reuters Health) - Adults who have been hospitalized for psychiatric problems may be less likely to be readmitted when they get support from other patients who went through similar experiences, a UK study suggests.
(Reuters Health) - Most firefighters who die from cardiac arrest turn out to have narrowing of the heart arteries or structural damage in their hearts, a recent study suggests.
(Reuters Health) - Minority doctors in training routinely deal with bias, sometimes subtle, sometimes not so subtle, a new study suggests.
As autumn settles in, Managing Editor Honor Whiteman discusses the importance of change and reflects on the improvements MNT have made this year.
Scientists have conducted in-depth research into drug overdose trends. The findings may help specialists devise strategies to curtail this growing problem.
An intriguing new study asks whether a health treatment received from a stranger has a stronger effect than one received from someone you already know.
Two customers share their Pret allergy experiences, after an inquest into a 15-year-old girl's death.