Fish oil supplements did not prevent heart problems in people who hadn't had a heart attack yet a study shows.
Researchers have found a small risk in pregnant women with the flu and bipolar disorder in their children.
Very premature babies have fewer breathing problems when they're born through vaginal delivery.
An engineered spider toxin could be the future of anti-venom vaccines.
Coca-Cola promises to make diet drinks more widely available around the world.
Study finds statin medications tied to lower death risk after nearly four years of follow-up.
Doctors have advised older, overweight smokers they should get screened for lung cancer.
Exposing skin to sunlight may help to reduce blood pressure, cut the risk of heart attack and stroke – and even prolong life, a study suggests.
Many of the top medical societies don't consider costs when developing best practices.
The Competition Commission (CC) will start a long-awaited market inquiry into pricing in the private healthcare sector.
A protein used in a common classroom item may cause a reaction in kids with milk allergies.
People with advanced cancer tend to get more aggressive care at the end of life and spend more time in the ICU.
Researchers aren't sure why these meds are linked to chances of contracting difficile.
A study has found uninsured people are more likely to have a higher PSA test score, advanced disease and shorter survival.
Men with sleeping problems are most likely to have severe disease, researchers have found.
A shocking report shows that 7 500 babies born alive die on their first day in South Africa every year.
Small study suggests infants of women who take supplements have lower risk of wheezing.
Using synthetic marijuana during pregnancy can lead to symptoms of eclampsia.
New DNA research shows that modern-day people in the UK shares ancestors with people across Europe.
South Africa will soon launch a Men-in-Nursing forum as the number of male nurses grows.